Rare Gases

  • Helium (He)

    Helium (He)

    Helium He - The inert gas for your cryogenic, heat transfer, protection, leak detection, analytical and lifting applications. Helium is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-flammable gas, chemically inert. Helium is the second most common gas in nature. However, the atmosphere contains almost no helium. So helium is also a noble gas.
  • Neon (Ne)

    Neon (Ne)

    Neon is a colorless, odorless, non-flammable rare gas with a chemical formula of Ne. Usually, neon can be used as a filling gas for colored neon lights for outdoor advertising displays, and can also be used for visual light indicators and voltage regulation. And laser gas mixture components. Noble gases such as Neon, Krypton and Xenon can also be used to fill glass products to improve their performance or function.
  • Xenon (Xe)

    Xenon (Xe)

    Xenon is a rare gas that exists in the air and also in the gas of hot springs. It is separated from liquid air together with krypton. Xenon has a very high luminous intensity and is used in lighting technology. In addition, xenon is also used in deep anesthetics, medical ultraviolet light, lasers, welding, refractory metal cutting, standard gas, special gas mixture, etc.
  • Krypton (Kr)

    Krypton (Kr)

    Krypton gas is generally extracted from the atmosphere and purified to 99.999% purity. Due to its unique characteristics, krypton gas is widely used in various industries such as filling gas for lighting lamps and hollow glass manufacturing. Krypton also plays an important role in scientific research and medical treatment.
  • Argon (Ar)

    Argon (Ar)

    Argon is a rare gas, whether in gaseous or liquid state, it is colorless, odorless, non-toxic, and slightly soluble in water. It does not react chemically with other substances at room temperature, and is insoluble in liquid metal at high temperatures. Argon is a rare gas that is widely used in industry.