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My Gas supplies liquid and gaseous nitrogen to every industry. For example, refineries and petrochemical plants require large volumes of gaseous nitrogen to purge oxygen and moisture in blanketing operations. The food and beverage industry requires varying quantities of both liquid and gaseous nitrogen for food processing and packaging applications and to help maintain safe temperatures as food products are stored and transported.
Nitrogen is produced in large quantities at air separation plants which liquefy and subsequently distil air into nitrogen, oxygen and usually argon. If very high purity nitrogen is required, the nitrogen produced may need to go through a secondary purification process. The lower range of nitrogen purities can also be produced with membrane techniques, and medium to high purities with pressure swing adsorption (PSA) techniques.
Gas cylinder size
Gaseous relative density
Liquid relative density
Components (% Vol. abs)
N2 ≥ 99,8 %
Impurities (ppm v/v)
H2O (5 bar) ≤ 40
O2 ≤ 100
- Protective atmosphere (heat treatment)
- Inerting agent
- Pressurizing agent
- Cryogenic storage
- 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 gas cylinders
- Proper shipping name: Nitrogen, compressed
- UN Number: 1066
- ADR Class: 2
- Classification code: 1A
- ADR pictogram