Metal processing and manufacturing
Industrial gases, as the basic raw material of modern industry, are known as “the blood of industry”.
Industrial gases are applied in the forming, protection, and other aspects of the manufacturing industry to achieve specific production requirements and purposes. They are widely used in metallurgy, steel, electronics, glass, building materials, construction, machinery, and other basic industries of the national economy and play a strategic leading role in the development of the national economy.
Semiconductor industry
Electron gases—the basic source materials used in the production of semiconductors, flat panel displays, light-emitting diodes, solar cells, and other electronic products—are widely used in processes such as cleaning, etching, film formation, and doping. They are mainly used in electronics, solar cells, mobile communications, automobile navigation and audio-visual systems, aerospace, and military industry.
Chemical industry
Gas detectors are widely used for on-site detection of hydrogen sulfide in petrochemical, coal, metallurgy, chemical, municipal gas, environmental monitoring, and other scenarios for various measurement needs of special occasions.
Pharmaceuticals industry
As a detection and comparison medium, the mixture of oxygen, nitrogen, helium, and laser is used in various medical devices. Industrial gases are indispensable in all kinds of high-tech research and testing, such as meteorological chromatographs, mass spectrometers, and atomic absorption. As a means of sterilization, treatment, and inspection, they are increasingly widely used in the medical instrument manufacturing industry.
Photovoltaic industry
Photovoltaic gases mainly include nitrogen, gas mixture, nitrogen (N2), high-purity hydrogen, and carbon dioxide. Nitrogen is widely used in the photovoltaic industry, including solar panel cleaning, performance testing of solar panels, and solar panel installation. Nitrogen, as a colorless, odorless, non-toxic inert gas, has been widely used in the photovoltaic industry because of its harmlessness to the human body during use.
Food industry
Gases are widely used in the food sector. For example, liquid nitrogen can keep quick-frozen food fresh for a longer time; Nitrogen can control the oxygen content of dry food and prevent food from discoloration, alteration of taste, or spoilage; Carbon dioxide can inhibit the oxidation of cooked food and prevent the growth and reproduction of bacteria, microorganisms or molds, thus preventing mildew.
  • Manufacture
  • Semiconductor
  • Chemical
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Photovoltaic
  • Food