Latest Products http://www.indianhydrogen.in Latest Products Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:12:04 +0530 en-us http://www.indianhydrogen.in Hydrogen Gas http://www.indianhydrogen.in/hydrogen-gas.htm http://www.indianhydrogen.in/hydrogen-gas.htm Thu, 08 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Hydrogen Gas is the simplest, lightest element in the Universe. It is made up of one proton & one electron. It is light as it scatters immediately upward in the air. It is non polluting. It is a energy carrier It is not energy it self, but requires energy to produce it. It has more energy per weight, but less energy per volume than any other fuel.It is normal gaseous state it is colourless, odourless, tasteless & non toxic. We provide packaging of Hydrogen gas in Cylinders,  Manifolds and  Pallets.Uses Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals and Petroleum : Hydrogen is used in large quantities as a raw material in the chemical synthesis of ammonia, methanol, hydrogen peroxide, polymers, and solvents.  In refineries, it is used to remove the sulfur that contained in crude oil.  Hydrogen is catalytically combined with various intermediate processing streams and is used, in conjunction with catalytic cracking operations, to convert heavy and unsaturated compounds to lighter and more stable compounds.The pharmaceutical industry uses hydrogen to manufacture vitamins and other pharmaceutical products. Large quantities of hydrogen are used to purify gases (e.g. argon) that contain trace amounts of oxygen, using catalytic combination of the oxygen and hydrogen followed by removal of the resulting water. Glass and Ceramics : In float glass manufacturing, hydrogen is required to prevent oxidation of the large tin bath. Food and Beverages : It  is used to hydrogenate unsaturated fatty acids in animal and vegetable oils, producing solid fats for margarine and other food products. Electronics : Hydrogen is used as a carrier gas for such active trace elements as arsine and phospine, in the manufacture of semi-conducting layers in integrated circuits. Miscellaneous : Generators in large power plants are often cooled with hydrogen, since the gas processes high thermal conductivity and offers low friction resistance. Liquid hydrogen is used as a rocket fuel. The nuclear fuel industry uses hydrogen as a protective atmosphere in the fabrication of fuel rods.   Lifting agent Hydrogen can cause a balloon to lift or float upward in air. Lifting agent & clean fuel for cars   Clean fuel for carsBut also, hydrogen is one of the cleanest fuels because when it burns, the result is simple water. That is why there are efforts to create engines that can power automobiles on hydrogen. This would greatly help to reduce the air pollution and global warming problems.HealthHydrogen gas is odorless and nontoxic but may induce suffocation by diluting the concentration of oxygen in air below levels necessary to support life.CautionThe amount of hydrogen gas necessary to produce oxygen-deficient atmospheres is well within the flammable range, making fire and explosion the primary hazards associated with hydrogen and air atmospheres.FlammabilityThe wide flammability range, 4% to 74% in air, and the small amount of energy required for ignition necessitate special handling to prevent the inadvertent mixing of hydrogen with air. Care should be taken to eliminate sources of ignition such as sparks from electrical equipment, static electricity sparks, open flames, or any extremely hot objects Hydrogen and air mixtures, within the flammable range, can explode and may burn with a pale blue, almost invisible flame. Nitrogen Gas http://www.indianhydrogen.in/nitrogen-gas.htm http://www.indianhydrogen.in/nitrogen-gas.htm Thu, 08 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Nitrogen is a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number of 7. Under normal conditions nitrogen is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. Nitrogen makes up around 78% of the air you breathe. Nitrogen is present in all living things, including the human body and plants. Nitrogen Gas is often used as an alternative to carbon dioxide for storing beer in pressurized kegs. The smaller bubbles it produces is preferred for some types of beer. Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, has an atmosphere nearly entirely made of nitrogen (over 98%). It is the only moon in our solar system known to have a dense atmosphere. Nitrogen is in a liquid state when at a very low temperature. Liquid nitrogen boils at 77 kelvin (−196 °C, −321 °F). It is easily transported and has many useful applications including storing items at cold temperatures, in the field of cryogenics (how materials behave at very low temperatures), as a computer coolant (a fluid used to prevent overheating), removing warts and much more. We provide packaging of Nitrogen Gas in Cylinders.Applications Aerospace & Aircraft : Essential to the aerospace & aircraft industry, nitrogen is used in high Reynolds number wind tunnels, heat treating furnaces and autoclaves to help create incredibly strong but lightweight materials. Nitrogen is also used as an assist gas for laser cutting applications. Automotive & Transportation Equipment : Assembly plants, tier 1s and tier 2s use nitrogen in combination with other welding gases to weld auto parts, frames, mufflers and other components because of its ability to provide the necessary atmosphere needed to produce adequate welds with any material. It’s also an important safety component in airbags. Chemicals : Used as a pressurizing gas, nitrogen can help propel liquids through pipelines. It is also used to shield oxygen-sensitive materials from the air and to remove volatile organic chemicals from process streams. Energy : As an inert industrial gas, nitrogen is used as a blanketing agent to separate sensitive products and processes from air. It is also used as a purging agent in piping and equipment to prevent contamination. Food & Beverage : Nitrogen is a key cryogenic agent in cooling, chilling and food freezing. Because of its extremely cold temperatures, immersion freezing in liquid nitrogen is the fastest freezing method known for producing Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) foods. Nitrogen also plays a key role in reducing spoilage, discoloration and off–flavors, giving strength to retail packaging. Healthcare : Nitrogen NF is used as a cryogen to freeze and preserve blood, tissue, and other biological specimens, and to freeze and destroy diseased tissue in cryosurgery and dermatology. It is also used to power medical devices. Metal Production : A carrier and purge gas in steel production, nitrogen is used to prevent oxidation and is a key component in the heat-treating process. Oil & Gas : The oil and natural gas industry utilizes nitrogen to increase reservoir reserves and fracture hydrocarbon-bearing formations to significantly increase the production of oil and gas, and to improve operating efficiency. Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology : Gaseous nitrogen is commonly used for purging, pressure transferring, mixing and blanketing — protecting a process from moisture intrusion, oxidation, degradation and contamination. Cryogenic liquid nitrogen is used to control the temperature in reactor cooling applications and to preserve biological samples. Refining : An industrial gas used to blanket storage tanks and purge pipelines, nitrogen can also strip Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from chemical process streams and wastewater, and reduce VOC emissions. Welding & Metal Fabrication : In stainless steel tube welding, nitrogen is used as a purge gas. It is also used as an assist gas for laser cutting, and enhances plasma cutting. Oxygen Gas http://www.indianhydrogen.in/oxygen-gas.htm http://www.indianhydrogen.in/oxygen-gas.htm Thu, 08 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Oxygen Gas, or O2, which comprises 21 percent of the earth's atmosphere, supports life and makes combustion possible. The most abundant of all elements on earth, oxygen comprises 85 percent of its oceans and, as a component of most rocks and minerals, 46 percent of its solid crust. In addition, it constitutes 60 percent of the human body. Colorless, odorless and tasteless, oxygen has poor solubility in water. A specific gravity of 1.105 makes it slightly heavier than air. When cooled to its boiling point of -297o F (-183o C), oxygen becomes a transparent, pale blue liquid that is slightly heavier than water. Oxygen reacts with all elements, except inert gases, to form compounds called oxides. The rate of reaction - known as oxidation - varies. For example, magnesium oxidizes very rapidly, igniting spontaneously in air. However, noble metals, such as gold and platinum, oxidize only at very high temperatures. Although oxygen itself is nonflammable, it enhances combustion and enables all materials that are flammable in air to burn much more vigorously. These combustion-supporting properties account for its use in many industrial applications. We provide packaging of Oxygen gas in Cylinders. ApplicationOxygen is used in diverse applications covering many industries, including : Steel Manufacturing : To enrich air and increase combustion temperatures in 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. Metal Production : To replace or enrich air, increasing combustion temperatures in ferrous and non-ferrous metals production; to create a hot flame in high-temperature welding torches used in cutting and welding. Metal Fabrication : To support oxy-fuel cutting operations. Sometimes added in small quantities for shielding gases. Glass Manufacturing : To enhance combustion in glass furnaces and forehearths, reducing nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions to levels below new stringent requirements of the U.S. Clean Air Ac. Petroleum Recovery and Refining : To reduce viscosity and improve flow in oil and gas wells; to increase capacity of fluid catalytic cracking plants as well as to facilitate use of heavier feed stocks; and to reduce sulfur emissions in refineries. Health Services : To resuscitate or, in combination with other gases, to anesthetize; but also essential to life-support systems used in emergencies or long-term treatment of patients with respiratory disorders. Utilities : To convert coal to electricity for power generation.