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Industry Gases

CO2

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is used as a raw material in organic and inorganic chemical production. It can often replace solvents in chemical synthesis and separation processes.

CO

Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a fundamental part of the chemical industry. It is one of the building blocks for many industrial chemicals including methanol, acetic acid, isocyanates, oxo alcohols and many more important chemicals used and fabricated in this industry.

He

Helium

Because it remains a gas at extremely low temperatures, helium (He) is used to detect leaks in chemical processes and cool analytical equipment.

H2

Hydrogen

In the chemical industry, hydrogen (H2) is used to manufacture ammonia and methanol, but is also vital in the making of a wide range of other key products including aniline, cyclohexane and a range of non-edible oils, plastics and insulation materials.

N2

Nitrogen

Nitrogen (N2) is used as a pressurizing agent in the chemical industry, and it can help propel liquids through pipelines. It is also used to shield oxygen-sensitive materials from the air.

O2

Oxygen

Oxygen (O2), when used in its purest form, is used to produce many important chemicals such as ethylene oxide and titanium dioxide. Oxygen is also used to increase the production capacity and efficiency of the oxidation process.



 

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