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Gas Distributors and Specialty Gas Suppliers Are the Key to Technology Companies

Gas Distributors and Specialty Gas Suppliers ...

The technologies that power laptops, smartphones, LED televisions, and other technologies rely on one hidden ingredient: Gas. Compressed and inert gases help...
Oxygen Monitors now Required for Nitrogen, Argon, Helium, and CO2 use in Denver

Oxygen Monitors now Required for Nitrogen, Ar...

The Colorado city of Denver recently passed a new law that requires facilities that use insert gas to install oxygen deficiency monitors...
Use of Oxygen Monitors for Nitrogen, Argon, or Cryogenics and Where They Are installed

Use of Oxygen Monitors for Nitrogen, Argon, o...

An oxygen deficiency monitor or O2 monitor is found in many settings where colorless, odorless gases — including nitrogen, argon, CO2, and...
Argon Gas Fill for Windows: How it’s Made and Benefits of Argon Insulation?

Argon Gas Fill for Windows: How it’s Made a...

The window industry is always searching for energy efficient improvements to windows. In recent years, inert gas fills between panes of glass...
Storing Liquid Nitrogen in Laboratories: Which Safety Precautions and Sensors Will Protect your Employees?

Storing Liquid Nitrogen in Laboratories: Whic...

Liquid nitrogen is frequently used in scientific research, chemistry classes, and even culinary arts nowadays. The substance is safe when properly stored,...
University Environmental Health & Safety Departments: How to Handle Compressed Nitrogen and Cryogenics

University Environmental Health & Safety...

An explosion at a university research lab in Hawaii last year highlights the dangers of working with compressed gas and the need...
Titanium Demand on Rise for Additive Manufacturing Printing: How it’s Made? Titanium Plasma Atomization

Titanium Demand on Rise for Additive Manufact...

Plasma atomization is used in many applications, including 3D printing. First developed in 1998, this technique has risen to become the industry...
Nitrogen Refrigerated Trucks a New Trend? An Alternative to Diesel Powered Refrigeration

Nitrogen Refrigerated Trucks a New Trend? An ...

Thanks to technological innovations, the food distribution industry has a greener way to protect refrigerated food during transit: Nitrogen refrigeration. The existing...
Neon Gas and Where it is Used. PureAire Oxygen Deficiency Monitors for Safety and Why a Monitor May be Required?

Neon Gas and Where it is Used. PureAire Oxyge...

Neon gas has a range of uses in industry, including in the popular business signs advertising stores as open. Explore some of...
Nitrogen Demand Increases for Semiconductor: How Safe Are You?

Nitrogen Demand Increases for Semiconductor: ...

As users demand ever-smaller smartphones and better televisions, semiconductor manufacturing plants are tasked with developing new products faster and using new materials....
Are You An OLED Display Manufacturer? Why PureAire Monitoring Systems May Be Your Next Partner

Are You An OLED Display Manufacturer? Why Pur...

OLED — organic LED — is a top desired feature in smartphones, yet manufacturers do not have the production capacity needed to...
Tunnel Freezing and Flash Freezing Food with Nitrogen: Oxygen Monitors and Why They May be Required

Tunnel Freezing and Flash Freezing Food with ...

New developments in cryogenic freezing are transforming the frozen food industry by making it easier to freeze all sorts of items quickly...
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