It was one of the hottest new applications for the gases industry prior to the outbreak of Covid-19 and it will remain so once the pandemic has passed, so what is additive manufacturing?
Maura Garvey has included some information on US argon capacity and supply in her accompanying article ‘Steady growth for the air gases business’.
Announcements of domestic air separation unit (ASU) and liquefaction builds and expansions for startup through 2023 indicate that the US air gases business has steadily been improving.
The topic ‘Future of Work’ has become a mainstream talking point over the last 5-7 years, principally driven by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on the workforce in the not too distant future.
Onsite gas mixing for welding shield gases continues to grow, according to Thermco Instrument Corporation President Dennis Richardson.
Increasing numbers of high-volume nitrogen users are considering swapping their supply method from cylinders, microbulk or bulk to onsite gas generation as it is claimed to be cheaper than buying from the major gas companies.