As we’ve done for a number of years now, PurityPlus® Specialty Gases will exhibit at the next Pittcon – Pittcon 2018, scheduled for February 26 through March 1 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. This time, in Booth 3024, we’ll not only present ourselves as a technical resource, but we’ll also unveil our new brand identity.
We supply microbreweries and brewpubs coast to coast with the specialty gases they require: CO2 and Nitrogen, primarily, but also Chlorine. Those are the top gases, anyway. And, to be specific, it’s our 150 specialty gas producers and distributors at 600 locations nationwide who supply these customers – at the local level.
We’re not here to tell you there isn’t a global helium shortage; the evidence is convincing enough. We are here, though, to assure you that the PurityPlus® partner network of more than 150 specialty gas producers and distributors at 600 locations nationwide is more than able to fulfill your helium needs well into the future.
Are you in need of the purest grades of gases? PurityPlus Specialty Gases is currently offering Argon Grade 6.0, Helium Grade 6.0, and Nitrogen 6.0.
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PurityPlus will be attending this year’s Pittcon Conference and Expo in Chicago, IL, March 5-9. Stop by booth #1248 for all your specialty gas and related equipment needs.
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An article detailing the many processes and uses of gas chromatography.
Industrial gases that are used int he food industry for Modified Atmosphere Packaging and refrigeration are classifed Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS).
An article detailing oxygen and its prevalence on Earth.
Carbon dioxide, argon, and other inert gases can be employed in the process of winemaking.
The proper gas regulator is capable of maintaining purity of the gas while simultaneously delivering it safely. Because of its importance, there are several different matters to take into consideration when choosing the best regulator for an application.
With escalating costs associated with the limited supply of available helium, operators and designers of laboratory equipment are increasingly turning to their gas suppliers for hydrogen.
CO2 is used in more forms than any other gas in the industrial gas market making it one of the most versatile products sold.
EPA Updates Emissions Standards for Petroleum Refineries/First-ever fenceline monitoring requirements will protect nearby communities.
Achieving U.S. EPA ground level ozone targets will require an increase in atmospheric testing for VOC in many areas not previously subjected to monitoring.
PurityPlus® Expands Capability EPA Protocol Gases and VOC Series 14 and 15 Gas Mixtures.