LASAL™ ALPHAGAZ™ Nitrogen
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LASAL™ lasing and process gases, specifically designed for laser cutting and welding, improves productivity and quality, lowers operating costs and maintenance, and extends laser lifetime. Our LASAL™ pure and multi-component gases – carbon dioxide, nitrogen and helium – are prepared under strict quality control procedures that virtually eliminate impurities such as moisture, hydrocarbons and particulates. Each LASAL™ cylinder is equipped with a chrome-plated residual pressure valve to preserve gas purity and protect against contamination by restricting backflow into the cylinder.
Your lasing gas or assist gas choice will determine the reliability of your laser and lifespan of your optics and output power. We supply a range of lasing gases with the industry’s highest purity standards for every laser resonator.
Whether your application requires nitrogen, carbon dioxide, or helium, our LASAL™ gases and multi-component mixtures help lower operating costs by substantially increasing speed and quality and by extending the lifetime of the laser.
LASAL™ lasing gases – carbon dioxide, nitrogen and helium – can be supplied separately or premixed, depending on the laser source used. LASAL™ is a worldwide standard that is compliant with laser manufacturers’ specifications.
Gas cylinder size
Gaseous relative density
Liquid relative density
Components (% Vol. abs)
N2 ≥ 99,999 %
H2O ≤ 3
O2 ≤ 2
CnHm ≤ 0.5
Product recommended for analysis from % to ppm
Shelf life: 60 months
- Carrier gas (GC)
- Instrumentation gas (LCMS, …)
- Purge & Zero gas
- Cryogenic fluid (liquid N2)
- CO2 laser cavity gas
- CO2 High Purity
- Recommandations: Ensure adequate ventilation. For full and more detailed information, please consult the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
- Hazards identification: In high concentrations may cause asphyxiation
- Flammability range: Non-flammable
- Shipping type: Compressed gases
- Proper shipping name: Nitrogen, compressed
- UN Number: 1066
- ADR Class: 2
- Classification code: 1A
- ADR pictogram