Your patients are your focus. They are ours, too. And you can count on us for the gases you need to treat them.

You work hard to make life choices for so many every day. Whether you need a bulk gas supply, cylinders, or portable oxygen and nitrogen systems, we will install, maintain and monitor everything. This gives you a continuous flow of the gases you need in order to provide the care your patients deserve.

We deliver on the gases you need for your specific application. For hospitals, surgery centers, hyperbaric wound treatment centers, dental offices, and home healthcare companies, all nexAir medical gases are produced at our FDA-compliant fill plants. Our in-house chemists will produce specialty mixes at one of our ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited Specialty Gas Laboratories.

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Industry Gases


Carbon Dioxide

Used for insufflation, carbon dioxide (CO2) can also be combined with oxygen or air for respiratory simulation.


Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is used in trace amounts as an ingredient for testing how well the lungs exchange gases (lung diffusion testing).



Helium (He) is often used for the treatment of fixed partial upper obstruction or increased airway resistance, helping patients breathe easier. It is also used in liquified form to help MRI machines reach a superconductance state in order to produce high-resolution body images without radiation exposure.



Nitrogen (N2) is often used in pre-flight lung testing to measure a person’s response to a simulated aircraft cabin environment (hypoxic challenge testing) as well as to power medical devices, and as a cryogen to freeze and preserve blood, tissue, and other biological specimens. It is also used to freeze and destroy diseased tissue in cryosurgery and dermatology.


Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide (N2O) is used in the healthcare industry as an analgesic and adjunct to anesthesia.



Oxygen (O2) is used in the healthcare industry for the treatment or prevention of insufficient oxygen in the blood.

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