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How to Rethink Your Bulk Medical Oxygen Strategy

Our recent series of articles on bulk medical oxygen covers this crucial gas’s journey from plant to ...
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Whether you're using hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, argon or helium when coating by thermal spray, consider these industrial gas safety measures.

Industrial Gas Safety for Thermal Spray: What You Need to Know

In the thermal spray coating process, materials are deposited onto a surface at high velocity. Sporting goods, medical devices, aerospace components – all may have thermal spray-applied ...
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Hospitals can manage surging demand for medical oxygen by communicating demand forecasting with their supplier, increasing delivery windows and more

5 Steps for Hospitals to Help Manage Increased Medical Oxygen Demand During the Pandemic Surge

Winter is here. Temperatures have dropped. COVID-19 is surging in many parts of the US. All the more reason to continue to communicate with your bulk oxygen supplier and perform daily checks on ...
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Excited Oxygen!  Harnessing the Power of Ozone

Excited Oxygen!  Harnessing the Power of Ozone

Summer storms bring thunder, lightning and, of course, that distinctive smell in the air some describe as “clean.” Ever wonder what that is? It’s not the lightning, but instead, ozone, created as ...
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Go Fish Why oxygen needs to be your top aquaculture priority

Go Fish: Why Oxygen Needs to be Your Top Aquaculture Priority

As global seafood consumption continues to rise, numbers of wild-caught fish have ...
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