Air Liquide provides a wide variety of compressed gas cylinders in many sizes, each selected to meet specific customer needs. As our wide range of specialty and industrial gases has an equally wide range of chemical characteristics, we base our packaging offer on safety, stability and customer convenience.
Why choose us?
At Air Liquide, we provide many different types of compressed gases and gas mixtures for an extensive array of applications.
Depending on your application and the type of gas required, we can provide you with many different packaging options:
Stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminum high-pressure cylinders
Low-pressure gas cylinders
Your safety is of paramount importance to us.
Our compressed gas cylinder sizes, materials used and valve type are determined by CGA, DOT and TC guidelines. Air Liquide draws on more than 100 years of experience to determine which gases can be safely contained and transported in specific types of gas cylinders.
Ensuring gas stability
In addition, we ensure gas stability by matching cylinders with valve types to protect the integrity of the gas against corrosion or certain chemical reactions. When packaging reactive gases, our cylinders are treated with our exclusive inerting processes.
We work hard to ensure convenience, efficiency and complete satisfaction with Air Liquide’s packaged gas products. Our extensive range of cylinder sizes and multi-cylinder packs provide cost-effective gas quantities for every application. In addition, cryogenic liquid containers for atmospheric and helium pure gases are available.
Types of Cylinders
Air Liquide supplies low-pressure cylinders that are ideal for flammable gases such as acetylene and propane.
High-pressure cylinders are ideal to safely transport and use store compressed gases. Air Liquide offers many sizes of high-pressure gas cylinders and tube trailers made of aluminum and stainless steel.
Air Liquide supplies cryogenic tanks as a safety storage unit for liquefied gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, argon and carbon dioxide. These gases are stored at extremely low temperatures and in a liquid state.