ISS Aerospace, the UK’s leading developer of autonomous aerial systems, has unveiled the Sensus, a pioneering, modular hydrogen fuel cell UAV platform.
Norris Cylinder Company, a TriMas company, has been named the first and only manufacturer of a US-approved UN ISO 9809-4 cylinder.
In the world of portable medical oxygen for ambulatory patients and medical professionals, there are two primary options – oxygen cylinders or portable oxygen concentrators.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s leading industrial gases and welding company Afrox has completed the national roll-out of its state-of-the-art digital cylinder tracking service.
Following the reported surge in metal theft, the British Compresses Gases Association (BCGA) is raising awareness of the procedures involved in handling returned gas cylinders.
Tank telemetry is nothing new for the industrial gases industry, having been successfully utilised for decades, but there are very real signs of the next level in telemetry and telematics as a result of Industry 4.0 and Big Data.
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.
Compressed industrial gases, fuel gases and refrigerants rely on cylinders for their distribution. As the world goes green, the trends in cylinder technology are also heading in that direction. Cylinder manufacturers, industrial gas operators and end-users are all equally impacted by these dynamics.
With the global roll-out of hydrogen refuelling stations gathering pace, the demand for Type I seamless steel cylinders at the stations’ core is growing rapidly.
A case study in maximising the newly extended cylinder retest periodicity, by equipment manufacturer Gas Control Equipment (GCE).
What do you think of when you visualise a medical gas cylinder? A standard cigar or canister shaped vessel with a simple valve atop? Well think again – the traditional medical gas cylinder has been in the midst of change thanks to the rise of digitisation, a trend that is ...
Specialty gases of ultra-high purity (99.995% and above) are widely used in a range of applications and industries including, semiconductor, pharmaceuticals, medicine, electronics, aeronautics and petrochemicals.