Specialty Gases - North America

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What’s driving growth in specialty gases in 2017?

1 February 2017By Simon Augustus, published in gasworld magazine

2016 saw huge opportunities for the specialty gases industry. Traditional markets – particularly North America – have remained the top consumers of industrial gases. However, in recent years we have seen newer markets, including Asia and Southeast Asia, grow in importance.

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CVD has received $10m in orders

6 March 2017By

CVD Equipment Corporation, provider of chemical vapour deposition systems, has announced that it has received approximately $10m in new orders, primarily to provide additional fibre coating production systems to a major aviation component supplier.

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Controlling combustion

6 March 2017By Rhys Jenkins, published in Specialty Gas Report

Fired heaters are integral to hydrocarbon processing. Specifically designed for the reaction of fuel and air to produce extremely high gas temperatures, heaters transfer this energy to potentially highly flammable process fluids via heat exchangers.

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Hydrocarbons: The driving force of western civilization

6 March 2017By Ray Borzio, published in Specialty Gas Report

Over the years, we have reported on the rapid growth of sales opportunities related to high purity hydrocarbon products. This segment of the specialty gas industry is experiencing one of the greatest booms in oil, gas, and natural gas liquids in US history. In this article we touch on the ...

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Coastal Welding Supply

1 March 2017By Cinde Yohe Lindsay

Coastal Welding Supply was founded in 1963 by Al Mazoch and has over 50 years of experience in providing service to the petrochemical, metal fabrication, field construction, and maintenance and turnaround industries. Today, Coastal remains a family-owned organisation under the leadership of Al’s son, J.C. ‘Chuck’ Mazoch.

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Nitrous oxide – Not a laughing matter in electronics manufacture

1 February 2017By Dr. Paul Stockman, published in gasworld magazine

Nitrous oxide (N2O), often referred to as laughing gas, is used in the high-tech thin film industries of semiconductor and LCD display manufacturing. Where the electronics manufacturing market is concerned, N2O is clearly no laughing matter.

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Tenacity in calibration gases

1 February 2017By , published in gasworld magazine

Rob Cockerill talks all things calibration gas-related with Gasco President Brad Hanway.

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The refrigerants phasedown

1 February 2017By Ken Logan, published in gasworld magazine

A-Gas Group Commercial Business Development Director Ken Logan provides an update on how the global phasedown of HFCs is influencing the industry in Australia.

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In focus...Refrigerant gases

1 February 2017By , published in gasworld magazine

When the freshly-revised fluorinated gas (F-gas) regulation came into force two years ago, it really put the pressure on those in the refrigerant business to switch to more environmentally-friendly alternatives – with its impact being widely felt by those in the sector today.

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AMETEK Borescope obtains CSA certification

25 January 2017By

AMETEK Land has secured CSA certification for its Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) 3XR for use in hazardous locations in the US and Canada.

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