- Liquid Oxygen(Usages: Automotive & Transportation Equipment, Chemicals, Energy, Glass, Healthcare, Metal Productions & … )
– Liquid oxygen is carried in portable flasks and cryogenic tanks.
– The liquid oxygen density is 1141 kg per cubic meter, so a liter (one thousandth of a cubic meter) of liquid oxygen will be 1.141 kg.
- Liquid Nitrogen(Usages: Freezing of food products, Cryotherapy, Shielding materials)
– Liquid nitrogen is also carried in cryogenic tanks.
– The density of liquid nitrogen is 808.4 kg / m 3, and one liter is equivalent to 0.808 kg.
– Liquid nitrogen is the liquefied form of the element nitrogen that is commercially produced by fractional distillation of liquid air.
- Liquid Argon(Usages: Welding, Lighting industry, Semiconductor manufacturing)
– Liquid argon is tasteless, colorless, odorless, non-corrosive, non-flammable and very cold.
– The density of the liquid argon is 1394 kg / m 3, which is a liter of it will be about 1.4 kg.
– Liquid argon is tasteless, colorless, odorless, noncorrosive, nonflammable, and extremely cold. Belonging to the family
of rare gases, argon is the most plentiful, making up approximately 1% of the earth’s atmosphere.
– Argon is produced at air separation plants by liquefaction of atmospheric air
and separation of the argon by continuous cryogenic distillation.