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Helium Gas

Chemical Formula Type Density Molecular Mass
He Inert
Tasteless
Odorless
ColorlessNonflammable
Non Toxic
0.1786 g/L at stp (0 °C and 101.325 kPa)

0.125 g/cm3 when liquid, at b.p.

4.002602 g/mol

Helium Gas

Helium Gas is an Inert, tasteless, odorless, colorless nonflammable, Non Toxic gas present in atmosphere at a very low concentration of 5.2 PPM by volume. It is the second lightest element of nature after Hydrogen. It has a boiling point of -268.9° C (-452.0° F). Helium is extracted from the earth’s crest where it is present in large quantity. At the time of drilling process for extraction of natural gases or oils, Helium mixed with other gases, also comes out of the earth’s crest. Pure Helium is then separated and converted into liquid Helium using fractional distillation technique. This liquid Helium further gets converted into Helium gas and is being stored and supplied in Helium Gas Cylinders for any industrial/lab grade applications. For some applications where continuous and high quantity of Helium gas is required to be feed, We make use of Helium gas cylinder quad which is nothing but number of cylinder interconnected and having common outlet.

Common Uses And Applications in Industries

  • As a shielding gas in welding process for material which have got high heat conductivity like Copper and Aluminum.
  • As a leak detector gas for pressure vessels which need to be highly leak proof.
  • As a gas to lift the balloons or other equipments needs to be floated in air or atmosphere.
  • As a mixture gas for breathing air, used in low level sea diving.
  • As a carrier gas in various gas mixtures.
  • As a carrier gas in gas chromatography.
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