Double Energy Gas


Nitrogen Gas

Nitrogen: constitutes 78% of the atmosphere by volume. It is a colorless, odorless, non-flammable gas which is supplied both as liquid and as compressed gas.

Nitrogen as gas is used for heat treatment, blanketing, purging of air-conditioners, refrigerators, food processing and packing, 

Liquid nitrogen is used for freezing and Health Care Applications.

Carbon Dioxide Gas


Carbon Dioxide: is a compound containing carbon and oxygen. It is formed by the burning of hydrocarbon with air. CO2 is a slightly toxic, odorless, colorless gas with a slightly pungent, acid taste. Carbon dioxide is a small but important constituent of air.

Carbon dioxide in its solid form (dry ice) is used as a refrigerant when transporting dairy products, meat products, frozen foods and other foods. It is also used as a coolant in industrial processes such as grinding, rubber tumbling and cold treating materials.

As a gas, carbon dioxide is used to carbonate soft drinks, pH control in water treatment, in chemical processing, as a food preservative, in chemical and food processing. Furthermore, it is also used when welding.

In liquid form, carbon dioxide can be used as a refrigerant when freezing food products.

Argon/carbon dioxide Gas

nitrogen gas

Argon/carbon dioxide blends are used for all kinds of structural steel, farm implements and machinery. Lower levels of CO2 can be used for pulsed arc or spray arc welding, while higher levels > 20% are used for short arc welding and the shielding of some flux-cored wires.

Argon/carbon dioxide Gas

Argon: is a non-flammable and is a highly inert gas which finds applications in industries requiring low reactivity with good stability such as: Lighting Industry, filling fluorescent lamps and electronic tubes. It is also used for arc welding and cutting, as well as in the production of titanium, zirconium and other metals. It is colourless, odourless, tasteless and non-toxic gas. Argon is available in both liquid and as compressed gas.

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