Oxygen or O2, which makes up 21% of the Earth's atmosphere, is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. Oxygen supports life and makes combustion possible. It is the most abundant element found on Earth. 85% of the oceans, 46% of rocks and minerals, 60% of the human body is oxygen. Oxygen is not flammable, it makes combustion possible. It causes all flammable materials to burn faster in air. It is used in many industrial applications due to its ability to accelerate combustion.

What are the properties of oxygen gas?

How it is made?

There are many production methods for oxygen production. The two most popular production methods are the separation of liquefied air in the distillation column into its components according to different boiling points in cryogenic air separation plants; By removing nitrogen in the air by means of an adsorbent in PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) plants.

Usage Area of Oxygen Gas

Supply Forms and Cylinders

Oxygen gas can be transported in industrial cylinders with volumes from 1 Lt to 600 Lt and working pressure of 150, 200 and 230 bar. We are able to supply gas oxygen with small cylinders, cylinders and cylinder bundles; liquid oxygen with portable liquid containers and fixed cryogenic tanks.

How to Use, What Should Be Considered During Use?