We provide a wide range of Specialty Gases
Specialties for Specialists
Speciality gases cover a large number of products for a wide range of applications. Our products range encompasses liquid helium, various pure gases and standard mixtures as well as individual gas mixtures produced on customers’ specification. The product requirements are just as specific and diverse as their applications. We will supply a wide range of speciality gases, from pressure cans to 300-bar cylinder bundles.
Liquid helium has a boiling point of approximately 4 Kelvin, the lowest of all gases. This makes it the coldest liquid known and therefore an optimal coolant for producing extremely low temperatures. Liquid helium is predominantly used to cool superconducting magnets, for example in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) and various research applications, including particle accelerators.
Helium (He) is a colourless, odourless, non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-combustible gas. It is mainly sourced from natural gas wells. This valuable gas is in short supply the world over, which is why many applications incorporate recovery and recycling systems.
HIGH PURITY GASES
Many processes in research and industry require gases with very low and defined residual impurities. Whether it be for laser applications or for quality and environmental analysis, Greenox will supply you with the right product in the required quality and with the optimum supply method for every application.
Helium up to 6.0
Carbon dioxide up to 5.5
Oxygen up to 5.5
Argon up to 6.0
Nitrogen up to 6.0
Hydrogen up to 6.0
Noble gases and noble gas mixtures are predominantly used as lamp filling gases and in laser technology, while krypton is an optimal filling gas for double glazing.
Many applications, such as laser and analytical instrument operation, banana ripening or fire extinguishing, require gas mixtures whose composition is always the same. We offer you a wide range of defined standard mixtures.
Banana ripening gas
Water treatment gases
Specialty welding gases
Other specific mixtures
We aim to supplies small volumes of laboratory gases, including both pure gases and mixtures, in pressure cans. Our portfolio also includes the appropriate withdrawal systems and gas re-purification systems.
Deuterium - Heavy Water
Deuterium Gas, (²H₂ or D₂) is a naturally occurring, stable isotope of Hydrogen. Deuterium contains one neutron in its nucleus in addition to the one proton found in Protium (light Hydrogen, or H₂).
Deuterium is believed to be formed about 10 minutes after the Big Bang. More recently, 2.5 billion years ago, most of the Deuterium on Earth was oxidized to form heavy water.
Due to its unique physical properties, Deuterium gas has many applications, including uses in the high technology and life science sectors including Fibre Optics and Semi-Conductor industries.
Deuterium Gas D₂
Deuterium Oxide D₂O
** Currently under development. If clients are interested in this or a higher specification, please contact us to discuss availability.