Gas Flow Meters

(427 companies)
Gas flow meters are used for measuring the flow or quantity of a moving gas in an enclosed pipe or passage.

Gas Transmitters

(106 companies)
Gas transmitters consist of an enclosure, sensor, and electronics that convert a signal from a gas sensor into an analog output signal (typically 4-20 mA).
Gas compressors and gas compressor systems circulate gas through a process, enhance conditions for chemical reactions, provide inert gas for safety or control systems, recover and recompress process gas, and maintain correct pressure levels by either adding and removing gas or vapors from a process system.

Gas Chromatographs

(148 companies)
Gas chromatographs separate organic chemical mixtures according to physical properties.

Gas Bubblers

(15 companies)
Gas bubblers are used to exclude air from a reaction or a system by acting as a one-way valve. Gases from the inlet bubble through a fluid (oil, mercury, or water) before they are vented to the atmosphere.

Industrial Gases

(340 companies)
Industrial gases are pure elements, molecular compounds or mixtures that are gaseous or vaporous at room temperature and pressure.

Gas Springs

(115 companies)
Gas springs provide controlled motion and speed for elements, such as lids and doors, that open and close.

Gas Flares

(29 companies)
Gas flares, alternatively known as a flare stacks, are used to eliminate waste gas, which is released via pressure relief valve when needed to ease the strain on equipment.

Gas Fittings

(80 companies)
Gas fittings are specifically designed for use with gases, such as flammable propane or hazardous phosgene. These types of fittings have a reverse thread; meaning, the threads are cut in the reverse direction from all other fittings so that gas lines cannot be connected to air lines, water lines, or vent lines.

Residual Gas Analyzers

(75 companies)
Residual gas analyzers (RGAs) identify the gases present in vacuum environments.
Chemical process and petrochemical gases are materials used in the production of compounds or products. They are used in processes such as inerting, blanketing, purging, sparging, and stripping. These gases are used in many applications including treatment and sterilization, medicine, energy solutions, and manufacturing.
Gas cabinets and distribution systems consist of vaporizers, gas cabinets, gas manifolds, mass flow controllers, valves, pressure sensors and associated interconnect tubing configured to deliver bulk and specialty gases to process equipment.
Gas heaters and propane heaters burn natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG), propane, or other gaseous fuels to generate heat.
Laboratory and calibration gases are specialized for use as laboratory standards, as well as for detection, sample preparation, environmental monitoring and analysis applications.
Electric utilities and gas utilities supply electric power and/or natural gas or connect lines to industrial, commercial, and residential customers.