Industrial gases

INDUSTRIAL GASES

Kinds of industrial gases - Gas supply concepts – Customer installations – Liquid storage tanks – Compressed gas storage tanks – Telemetry options – Commercial offers

INDUSTRIAL  GASES SUPPLIER

Whether you are looking for industrial gases in München, industrial gases in Berlin , industrial gases in Cologne (to be replaced with major cities in your country instead of Germany), you can either pick up the gases from a local distributor (click here to jump to our depot finder tool or here to download the depot app for on the road consultation) or get on of the options for a delivery right down to your production facilities.

 

PURCHASE INDUSTRIAL  GASES 

For customers Messer offers E-Services to easily order, E_Stock for cylinder stock management, E-Invoice for the paperless office and many further E-Services. If you are a first time industrial gas user or would like to enjoy the quality and service of Messer, do please fill out the form, use the contact data on this page and become a Messer customer.

 

INDUTRIAL GASES FACILITATE OPTIMISATION

In industrial production, industrial  gases are as important as water and electricity. Their specific properties and the way in which they are used ensure greater efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness in many processes. Industrial gases also play a crucial role in terms of product quality.
The most widely used industrial gases include acetylene, argon, carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. Messer also offers many of these gases as mixtures for special applications.

INDUSTRIAL GASES USED IN WELDING

Welding technology comprises over 100 distinct methods (according to DIN EN 4063). Messer markets its range of shielding gases in a clearly structured system under standardised corporate brand names based on the raw material being processed:

Ferroline - Shielding gases for plain and low-alloy steels 
Inoxline - Shielding gases for high-alloy steels 
Aluline - Shielding gases for aluminium and non-ferrous metals
For more information we refer to our page on welding gases. Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer

FUEL GASES LIKE ACETYLENE

Acetylene is a high-performance fuel gas produced traditionally through the reaction of calcium carbide with water. 
Acetylene has a huge range of applications: e.g. oxyfuel technology, welding, cutting, flame cleaning, flame spraying or flame gouging. For further information about selected products, please check our product data sheets:
Acetylene technical
Acetylene 2.6

For more information we refer to our page on ACETYHLENE. Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer

 

AIR GASES LIKE ARGON

Argon’s most important chemical property is its inertness, which makes it an ideal protective gas – even at the high temperatures that are commonly encountered in metallurgy and arc welding.
For further information about selected products, please check our product data sheets:
Welding argon
Argon 5.0
Argon 6.0

 

For more information we refer to our page on ARGON. Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer

NOBLE GASES LIKE HELIUM

Helium’s special properties make it indispensable for many applications – for example, as a lifting gas for balloons and airships, as a shielding gas for welding, as a tracer gas for leak detection or as a carrier gas in gas chromatography.
For further information about selected products, please check our product data sheets:
Helium 4.6 - 6.0
 
For more information we refer to our page on HELIUM . Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer

CARBON DIOXIDE

The special properties of carbon dioxide include its inertness and its high solubility in water. Carbon dioxide gives beverages their sparkling freshness, is used in the treatment of drinking water and provides an alternative to aggressive acids for wastewater neutralisation. In cryogenic, liquid and solid form, CO2 turns into dry ice, which is suitable for use as a refrigerant or as a cleaning medium (for dry ice blasting).
For more information we refer to our page on CARBON DIOXIDE  . Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer

 

AIR GASES LIKE OXYGEN

The most important property of oxygen is its reactivity. There are very few elements with which oxygen will not react. Oxidation and combustion processes are speeded up significantly in an oxygen-enriched atmosphere, when compared with normal air. This property makes oxygen indispensable for the metabolism of many organisms, which is why it is used in a large number of water treatment and environmental technology applications.
Oxygen is sold in various qualities like
Oxygen technical
Oxygen 3.5
Oxygen 5.0
 

AIR GASES LIKE NITROGEN

In industry and research, N2 is used as a coolant or as an inert gas. After use, it is returned to the atmosphere unchanged.
For more information we refer to our page on NITROGEN  . Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer
 

FUEL GASES LIKE HYDROGEN

Hydrogen is used as a fuel gas for special applications and as a protective gas in heat treatment, food technology and the electronics industry. Hydrogen’s high thermal conductivity also makes it suitable for use as a cooling gas – for example, for power generators. 
Hydrogen is sold in various qualities like :

Hydrogen technical
Hydrogen 5.0
Hydrogen 6.0

For more information we refer to our page on HYDROGEN  . Do not hesitate to get more information on the gases by downloading the leaflets on the welding gases page, by  filling out the form, e-mailing or phoning the relevant contact person at Messer
 

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