Weather it is for medical use or industrial use, Ultra-pure
gases provides oxygen gas with liquid cylinder, gas cylinders,
storage tanks, vaporizers etc… so the facility is always
Oxygen liquefies at -183o C.
Hospitals may have large consumption levels of oxygen so bulk liquid is very cost effective and convenient supply option. It requires minimal maintenance and easy access to use.
Most living things need oxygen to survive and oxygen’s importance in the field of healthcare cannot be underestimated. Oxygen is widely used in every healthcare setting, with applications from resuscitation to inhalation therapy.
We have been doing our best to respond to the needs of the medical community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medical oxygen is used to:
- provide a basis for virtually all modern anaesthetic techniques
- restore tissue oxygen tension by improving oxygen availability in a wide range of conditions such as COPD, cyanosis, shock, severe haemorrhage, carbon monoxide poisoning, major trauma, cardiac/respiratory arrest
- aid resuscitation
- provide life support for artificially ventilated patients
- aid cardiovascular stability
Oxygen has numerous uses in steel making and other metals refining and fabrication processes, in chemicals, pharmaceuticals, petroleum processing, glass and ceramic manufacturing and pulp & paper manufacture. It is also used for environmental protection in municipal and industrial effluent treatment plant and facilities.
Oxygen is used in diverse applications covering many industries, including:
- Steel Manufacturing To enrich air and increase combustion temperatures in the blast and open-hearth furnaces; to raise steel temperatures and enhance recycling of scrap metal in electric arc furnaces and to replace coke as the combustible in steel making.
- Chemical Processing To alter the structure of feed stocks through oxidation, producing nitric acid, ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, vinyl chloride monomer and other building block chemicals; and to increase capacity and destruction efficiency of waste incinerators.
- Pulp and Paper To help manufacturers meet stringent environmental regulations in a variety of mill processes including delignification, bleaching, oxidative extraction, chemical recovery, white/black liquor oxidation and lime kiln enrichment.