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The Colors of Hydrogen Recovery

Being the most abundant substance in the entire universe, it comes as no surprise why hydrogen vital to so many different applications. But for hydrogen atoms to be usable, they need to be split first from other atoms (they’re often attached to another atom, like oxygen and carbon dioxide). With the help of hydrogen compressor […]

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How Hydrogen Gas is Powering Our World

The shift to using more renewable energy sources is brought forth by the world’s collective effort to minimize greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. But while they’re cleaner and safer to nature and us, the power that they produce can be intermittent. To address this challenge, industry experts are turning to sustainable energy storage in […]

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Testing Laboratories Use Special Small Scale Vessels and Tanks

Chemical and pharmaceutical products are helpful in people’s daily lives. But before they hit the shelves or are used as an ingredient for another product, there’s a detailed process that transpires in a manufacturing facility. From custom reactor vessels to stainless steel tanks, a chemical manufacturing plant that produces such products uses a complex variety […]

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The CO2 Extraction Process: What You Need To Know

When you think of carbon dioxide, you probably define it as the gas that we, humans, exhale. Environmentalists know it as a primary greenhouse gas that is harmful to the atmosphere. But did you know that CO2 is widely used in many different industries such as food and beverage, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals? With the aid […]

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Compressing Hydrogen Gas for Fuel Cell Manufacturing

In the US, greenhouse gas emissions have increased by 6% from 2020 – 2021. In an effort to help reduce the dangerous levels of harmful gases like carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, several industries are using more environmentally friendly alternatives like solar, wind and hydrogen fuel cells. Typical hydrogen fuel cells are completely carbon free […]

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How Pressure & Temperature Are Used To Alter Metals

Sometimes, traditional forming and melting methods can’t produce the exact parts or materials needed for a particular piece of equipment or structure. This is where powder metallurgy comes in. Isostatic pressing is a process that uses isostatic pressing equipment to apply a mixture of pressure and temperature to pulverize materials into powders. From these powders, […]

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Testing for Leaks in Pressure Vessels

If you need to contain gases or liquids at a pressure level higher than the ambient one, you need a high pressure vessel. These vessels are used in various industries, including petroleum refining, chemical processing, and boiler and storage tank manufacturing.  One of the challenges encountered by facilities that use these vessels is material leakage. […]

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Types of Pressure Vessels: What You Need To Know

Useful in various applications, pressure vessels are enclosed containers designed to hold liquids and gases at a pressure level that’s significantly different from that of its immediate environment. Quality pressure vessel fabrication is a must to ensure that these product containers can prevent product loss under extreme pressures without damage to product or system.  In […]

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Hydrogen Compression Fundamentals: Here’s What You Need To Know

Hydrogen gas compressors are used across several industries. From semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace application, energy production and hydrogen filling stations to businesses that utilize oil, gas, and pharmaceuticals. While there are different types of compressors, these high pressure vessels have one goal- to pressurize hydrogen gas and transform it into a more manageable liquid state.  Hydrogen, […]

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Helium Gas Recovery: Here’s How It is Done

Customization is born out of highly specific needs. With the rising scarcity of helium, the challenge now is for helium compressor manufacturers to devise ways to recapture, conserve, and recycle this precious resource.  Helium: A Scarce Noble Gas With its low boiling point and small atomic diameter, helium is a noble gas with wide-ranging industry […]

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