inert gas

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The size of your coverage needs and alloted space may also dictate whether you use inert gases or chemical agents.
Compared to alternative systems, the main advantage of the new nyloflex NExT exposure technology is that it does not involve the use of inert gases with all its risks and does not require additional expensive consumables.
In brief review, the inert gases (helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon) are a unique elemental family.
Typically, the pumping speed for inert gases is an order of magnitude lower than for active gases.
All production rates from the Rodessa formation are gross production rates, prior to reduction for inert gases of approximately 30 percent.
Contract award notice: supply of nitrogen and carbon dioxide as the inert gases with the lease and maintenance of equipment in mines khw sa
When the energy generated by these primary points is accessed through various devices described below, the inert gases provide the raw fuel our consciousness can then direct to create its physical manifestation.
As divers breathe a special, enriched mixture of nitrogen and oxygen, inert gases accumulate in their blood and tissues.
A number of inert gases can be used in stirring/purging.
The key to the technology is use of inert gases like carbon dioxide or nitrogen that are more "environmentally friendly" than ozone-depleting fluorocarbons and smog-causing hydrocarbons like pentane or isobutane.
Helium, however, with the lowest atomic weight of the inert gases, remained a gas even at liquid-hydrogen temperatures.
Nitrogen reduction units condition natural gas streams that contain elevated levels of inert gases in order to conform to pipeline transportation specifications.
Contract notice: "supply of nitrogen and carbon dioxide as the inert gases with the lease and maintenance of equipment in mines khw sa".
A mixture of inert gases turn to colored electric arcs when your fingers touch the glass sculpture.