Industrial Compressed Air




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Mr. Ajay Mishra

Murari Industrial Gases

B-1 Udyog Kunj, UPSIDC Industrial Area, Panki Site no. 5, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh - 208022, India

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Industrial Compressed Air is used in ventilator & operation theaters. It is also used for pneumatic drills, plasma cutting and metallurgical processes. The Industrial Compressed Air, offered by us, is highly effective and pure. We deliver the Industrial Compressed Air in a variety of synthetic and Industrial Compressed Air cylinders to meet the diverse requirements of buyers. From Uttar Pradesh (India), we are a distinguished Manufacturer of Industrial Compressed Air.

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Air

As a source of oxygen, air is essential for combustion, respiration, decay and various industrial processes – including oxidation. Some of these applications call for extremely high levels of purity. As regular ambient air contains a number of impurities, synthetic air is the preferred choice for these applications. This is produced by mixing pure oxygen (20%) with pure nitrogen (80%).


Synthetic Air
Because of its purity, synthetic air is used as a zero gas in the running and calibration of environmental monitoring and test equipment. In fact, it is used as a balance gas in many calibration mixtures. It is also used as an oxidizer for flame ionization detectors in laboratory research and development. Other applications include medical gas mixtures and atomic absorption flame spectrometry.

Industrial Compressed Air

  • Regular ambient air can also be compressed for a variety of applications where ultra-high purity is not critical. When combined with a fuel gas, Industrial Compressed Air produces a flame with a lower temperature than an oxyfuel flame. An air-fuel flame is suitable for brazing, soldering and carbon coating lower-temperature alloys. Compared with an oxyfuel flame, it gives welders greater control over the thickness of the carbon coat.
  • Industrial Compressed Air is also used for pneumatic drills, plasma cutting and metallurgical processes such as die casting and blast furnaces.