Alongside economic development, the specialty gases market is driven by an increasing need for reliable, accurate measurements of purity across a range of end-user markets, not least in the medical sector.
What makes a specialty gas special? In some cases, it is a high purity, premium grade of a regular product such as nitrogen. It can also be due to its application in the laboratory and R&D applications, where specialty gases are often used. Or, it might be an exotic chemical ...
In the world of portable medical oxygen for ambulatory patients and medical professionals, there are two primary options – oxygen cylinders or portable oxygen concentrators.
Looking at what has been achieved over the past quarter of a century, it is hard not to be impressed by A-Gas and how rapidly its operations have grown from its beginnings in Bristol, UK, to a dominant force in the refrigerants market, on a global scale.
Versum Materials, Inc.’s shareholders have approved the company’s acquisition by Merck KGaA for $53 per share in cash.
Balchem Corporation has acquired Belgium-based specialty gases company Chemogas.
The semiconductor industry is at the cusp of what is widely expected to be a rapid, multi-year expansion cycle powered by new end-markets and growth opportunities in revolutionary technology segments such as artificial intelligence (AI), Blockchain, machine learning, and autonomous vehicles.
When we think of Industry 4.0 and the wave of digitisation sweeping throughout industry and society alike, we tend to focus on the technology and operational change that it brings. The electronics gases business is largely overlooked and yet entirely intrinsic to this digital revolution.
The electronic specialty gas (ESG) market, while a small segment of the global gas market, is one of the most complex and least understood market segments of the electronic chemicals and materials landscape, write Mike Corbett and Andy Tuan, Linx Consulting.
gasworld can exclusively reveal that fledgling Australian helium prospector Noble Helium, the world’s first global pure-play helium exploration and production company, has launched an international search for new deposits of the precious element.
From automotive to aerospace, energy to environment and pharmaceuticals to petrochemistry, the requirement to analyse gases and molecules is ubiquitous.
The industrial gases business is on the verge of a whole new wave of growth and development, as various global megatrends shape the way the industry moves forward.
Vacuum specialist Leybold will present its new Novadry vacuum pump series at the international trade fair for the meat industry IFFA in Frankfurt next month.