As we have already mentioned, industrial gases are the gases used in industry. Many of them are the same as the gases used in domestic environments, but are supplied in larger cylinders to meet the needs of industrial applications. They can be stored in other forms and can be sold and used in their pure state or mixed with other gases. These industrial gases must also be readily available, which means they need to be adequately stored and safely transported.
We have a wide range of industrial gas cylinders to choose from, so if you have any questions about any of our products, please do not hesitate to contact us. Take a look at some of the industrial gases you can find at Taiyu Industrial Gases and their uses.
Our nitrogen cylinders are used in many different sectors and industries, including the food and beverage manufacturing industry for packaging soft drinks and non-carbonated beverages (from water to wine), and help to extend the life of packaging consumables.
Nitrogen is also found in air conditioning applications as it helps to clean your air conditioning units and prevent them from oxidising. If you're a motorsport fan, you'll be pleased to know that this gas is used to inflate tyres and help drivers make the most of every millisecond.
Because this gas is inert, it is often mixed with other gases to weld non-ferrous metals, which means it is a must in industrial welding. Argon is also used in the foundry industry (e.g. for heat treatment), for making neon lights and for 3D printing.
CO 2 can be used in many different ways and industries, such as theatre and hydroponics. Our CO2 bottles are also popular in applications such as glass frosting, including in bars and pubs, as they allow the glass to be served cold to customers (this helps to keep the drink frothy and ensures the ice on the drink doesn't melt once it reaches the table).
Carbon dioxide can help create special effects in theatres and stage productions, ensuring a better experience for the audience, and can also promote the growth of plants in aquariums.
This means that carbon dioxide can be used in a wide range of applications and as an industrial gas. Whether you want to play paintball or fire confetti cannons, you need CO 2 to make it happen.
Helium is well known around the world as the gas for balloons (and the gas that makes people sound funny), but you can also use it for many other purposes.
For example, helium is very useful in the manufacture of LCD panels and fibre optic cables, as it keeps all components cold enough to ensure that they don't break or break. Helium is also a welding gas and is suitable for metals such as aluminium.
And, yes, if you want a balloon to float immediately after you release it rather than fall to the ground, then helium is the gas for you - which is why it is used in meteorology, as it lifts balloon instruments containing balloons.