LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG)
LPG – or the combination of hydrogen, carbon, and a propane and butane mixture – is commonly used for cooking food, heating appliances, and operating vehicles. (Our company prides itself in accurately providing LPG products of the exact weight to assure safety above all.)
LPG ELECTRONIC SAFETY DEVICE (ALSD)
ALSD provides detectors and alarm sensors to avoid LPG leaks while regulating electrical wiring to avoid fire hazards that result from unattended connections. In cases of leaks, the system alerts customers (how?) and automatically shuts off the gas line’s main valve.
Typically found in hospitals and clinics, this colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas is often used to supply modern anesthetic techniques to assist in cardiovascular stability.
Generally used in industrial companies for the purpose of cutting and welding materials. It also serves as a supplement to marine life in aquariums.
This colorless and odorless gas is widely used as a fuel and a chemical building block. It plays a key role in making hardened surface layers in carburizing, which is mainly used in plastic production.
COMPRESSED AIR (NITROGEN AT 78%)
A combination of gases which are maintained under greater atmospheric pressure. It is relevant in various manufacturing operations and is particularly used for air brakes, air guns, air tools, refrigeration, and scuba diving.
HIGH PURITY NITROGEN GAS (99.98%)
This odorless and colorless, non-toxic and non-flammable product has the ability to regulate oxygen levels, humidity, and temperature in laboratories. Besides being useful in steel production, it is used as an explosive and also helps in making dye, fertilizer, nitric acid, and nylon.
Valuable across numerous industries and particularly used in welding, producing electricity through power generators, and in cryogenics.
LIQUID CARBON DIOXIDE
The slightly acidic and refrigerated liquid is best known for its presence in carbonated drinks and soda water production. As a flexible industrial material, it acts as an inert gas that is used in welding and in fire extinguishers.
Notable for being the most abundant among inert gases, argon is another flexible industrial gas that is widely used in manufacturing processes in the metal industry.
Flammable liquid used not just to fuel diesel engines, but also in generating electricity. Compared to what is used in gasoline, it contains a fraction of crude oil that is less explosive.
A flammable liquid that is distilled from petroleum or shale oil. Besides its known presence in lamps, this waxy substance acts as an alcohol denaturant and plays an essential role in heating and cooking.
CO2 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
An active fire protection device used to douse small fires in urgent situations. It functions by replacing oxygen and removing heat on certain affected areas.
AUTOMATIC FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM (AFSS)
Automatically extinguishes fire without human intervention. When high temperatures are detected, the system automatically emits a signal and releases a chemical agent to quickly put out the fire.