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  • Pure Krypton Gases
Pure Krypton Gases

Pure Krypton Gases

Rs 25  / LitreGet Best Price
BrandAtco
CAS7439-90-9
Molecular Weight83.798 g/mol
Boiling Point-153.35 Degree C
Melting Point-157.36 Degree C
UN1056
Specific Volume0.281 m3/Kg at 15 Degree C
Description of Krypton:
  • Krypton gas is monatomic, odourless, colourless, tasteless, nontoxic, chemically inert, inorganic. KRYPTON content in the Earth atmosphere is 0,000114% by volume and 0,0003% by weight.

Health risks:
  • Asphyxiant at high concentrations

Application of Krypton:
  • Pure krypton is used: Production of incandescent bulbs and fluorescent light tubes, Chemical technology, Gas ionic laser, Exotic diving gases, Production of thermally efficient windows, Gas mixtures for various application

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  • Liquid State Helium
Liquid State Helium

Liquid State Helium

Rs 1,400  / LitreGet Best Price
BrandAtco
CAS7440-59-7
Molecular Weight4.003 g/mol
Boiling Point-268.93
Density0.169 kg/m3 at 15 Degree C
Specific Volume5.92 m3/kg at 15 Degree C
Liquid helium is inert, colourless, odourless, non-corrosive, extremely cold, and nonflammable. Helium will not react with other elements or compounds under ordinary conditions. Since helium is non-corrosive, special materials of construction are not required. However, materials must be suitable for use at the extremely low temperatures of liquid helium. Humans possess no senses that can detect the presence of helium. Although helium is nontoxic and inert, it can act as a simple asphyxiant by displacing the oxygen in the air to levels below that required to support life. Inhalation of helium in excessive amounts can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting, loss of consciousness and death. Death may result from errors in judgment, confusion, or loss of consciousness that prevents self-rescue. At low oxygen concentrations, unconsciousness and death may occur in seconds and without warning. Personnel, including rescue workers, should not enter areas where the oxygen concentration is below 19.5% unless provided with a self-contained breathing apparatus or airline respirator.

Health risks:
  • Asphyxiant at high concentrations


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  • Neon Gases
Neon Gases

Neon Gases

Rs 13  / LitreGet Best Price
BrandAtco
CAS7440-01-9
UN1065
Molecular Weight20.18 g/mol
Boiling Point-246.06 degree C
Density0.853 kg/m3 at 15 degree C
Specific Bolume1.17 m3/kg at 15 degree C

Neon is actually abundant on a universal scale the fifth most abundant chemical element in the universe by mass, after hydrogen, helium, oxygen, and carbon.Neon is monatomic, making it lighter than the molecules of diatomic nitrogen and oxygen which form the bulk of Earth's atmosphere; a balloon filled with neon will rise in the air, albeit more slowly than a helium balloon.


Health risks:

  • Asphyxiant at high concentrations.

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  • Odourless Helium Gas
Odourless Helium Gas

Odourless Helium Gas

Rs 1,400  / LitreGet Best Price
BrandAtco
CAS7440-59-7
UN1046
StateGas
Atomic Weight4,003g/mol
Density0.169 kg/cm3
Helium is one of the noble gases of group O in the periodic table. It’s the second lightest element. The main helium source in the world is a series of fields of natural gas in the United States. Helium is a colourless, odourless, insipid and non-toxic gas. It’s less soluble in water than any other gas. It’s the less reactive element and doesn’t essentially form chemical compounds. The density and viscosity of helium vapour are very low. The terms conductivity and the caloric content are exceptionally high. Helium can be liquefied, but its condensation temperature is the lowest among all the known substances.

Health risks:
  • Asphyxiant at High Concentrations

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  • Xenon Gas
Xenon Gas

Xenon Gas

Rs 950  / LitreGet Best Price
BrandAtco
CAS7440-63-3
UN2036
Molecular Weight131.29 g/mol
Boiling Point-108.12 degree C
Melting Point-111.7 degree C
Density5.586 kg/m3 at 15 degree C
Vapour Pressure41.37 at 0 degree C
Specific Volume0.179 m3/kg at 15 degree C
We are offering Xenon gas to our Clients.

Application of Xenon:
  • Space industry, Medicine, Lighting, Electronics, Chemical technology, Gas ionic laser, Exotic diving gases, Thermal mirrors and windows, Gas mixtures for various application Description of Xenon, Xenon gas is monatomic, odourless, colourless, tasteless, nontoxic, chemically inert, inorganic.

Health risks:
  • Asphyxiant ar high concentrations

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  • Liquid State Nitrogen
Liquid State Nitrogen

Liquid State Nitrogen

Rs 100  / UnitGet Best Price
Packaging TypeDura Cylinder or Cryogenic Container
BrandAtco
StateLiquid
Density0.807 g/mL
EINECS No.233-332-1
Liquid State Nitrogen is nitrogen in a liquid state at a very low temperature. It is produced industrially by fractional distillation of liquid air. Nitrogen blanketing is used to protect flammable or explosive solids and liquids from contact with air. Certain chemicals, surfaces of solids, and stored food products have properties that must be protected from degradation by the effects of atmospheric oxygen and moisture. Protection is achieved by keeping these items in a nitrogen atmosphere. "Inerting" or "padding" are other terms used to describe the displacement of air and nitrogen blanketing. Refineries, petrochemical plants and marine tankers use nitrogen to purge equipment, tanks and pipelines of dangerous vapours and gases (for example, after completing a pipeline transfer operation or ending a production run) and to maintain an inert and protective atmosphere in tanks storing flammable liquids. Materials become hard and brittle when cooled by to very low temperatures. This property permits the removal of “flash” or “fins” on cast plastics and rubber. The castings are cooled by liquid nitrogen and the flash broken off by mechanical action.

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  • Laser Gas
Laser Gas

Laser Gas

Rs 2.5 Lakh  / LitreGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Litre

BrandAtco
AppearanceColorless
Filling Pressure150 Bar, 15 Mpa
UseEye Surgery

Standard Laser Gas Mixture:
  • 1% Fluorine Bal Neon
  • 5% - 10% Fluorine Bal Helium
  • 5% - 10% Hydrogen Chloride Bal Helium / Neon

Specifications:

Component

Purity

F2 ratio

5% F2 in Neon

99.9995%

4.98%~5.02%

5% F2 in Helium

99.9995%

4.98%~5.02%

5% F2 in Argon

99.9995%

4.98%~5.02%

20% F2 in Neon

99.9995%

19.5%~20.5%

20% F2 in Helium

99.9995%

19.5%~20.5%

20% F2 in Argon

99.9995%

19.5%~20.5%

20% F2 in Nitrogen

99.9995%

19.5%~20.5%

0.2% F2 in kr/Ne/Ar/He

99.9999%

0.1%~0.3%

HCL in Xe/H2/Ne

99.9999%

0.01~0.3%

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