Arsine – Used in metal refining.
Boron Trichloride – Used in refining aluminium, magnesium, zinc, and copper alloys to remove nitrides, carbides, and oxides from molten metal.
Boron Trifluoride – Used in oxygen-sensitive applications such as metal production.
Butadienes – Used in the manufacture of polymers.
Butane – Propellant for aerosol cans.
Butylene – Organic solvent, industrial degreasing agent.
Carbon Monoxide – Used in metal fabrication and gas mixtures for industrial heating.
Carbonyl Fluoride – Used in electronics manufacturing.
Carbonyl Sulfide – Used in the manufacture of herbicides.
Chlorine – Thousands of industrial uses including as a disinfectant, water treatment, and in producing plastics.
Cyanogen – Used in the production of fertilizer.
Cyclobutane – Used in biotechnology.
Deuterium – Used as a non-radioactive, stable isotopic tracer.
Dimethylamine – Used as an accelerator for epoxy resins.
Dimethyl Ether – Used as an aerosol propellant.
Dimethylpropane – Used to make polystyrene.
Dinitrogen Tetroxide – Used as an oxidizer.
Ethane – Used as a ripening agent for fruit and as a refrigerant.
Ethylamine – Used in dyes and herbicides.
Ethyl Chloride – Used as a solvent for fats, oils, resins, and waxes.
Ethylene – Used in the manufacture of chemicals and plastics.
Ethyl Methyl Ether – Used as an aerosol propellant and as a refrigerant.
Hydrogen Bromide – Used in plasma etching of electronic components.
Hydrogen Chloride – Used to manufacture chemicals.
Hydrogen Fluoride – Used in refrigerators and air conditioners.
Hydrogen Sulfide – Used in wastewater treatment
Methane – A combustible that helps dry, dehumidify, melt, and purify products.
Methylamine – Used in wastewater treatment to remove suspended solids from water.
Methyl Bromide – Used in agriculture as a fumigant against pests, weeds, and soil-borne diseases.
Methyl Chloride – Used as a refrigerant.
Methyl Mercaptan – Used as an intermediate in the manufacture of pesticides and fungicides.
Nitrogen Trifluoride – Used as a chamber-cleaning gas in the manufacture of superconductors.
Nitrous Oxide – Commonly known as “laughing gas” and is used in the medical field as well as a propellant for dispensing fatty liquids such as oil and heavy cream.
Octafluorocyclobutane – Used in plasma etching of electronic components.
Octafluoropropane – Used in plasma etching of electronic components.
Perfluoro Ethyl – Used in the manufacture of non-stick teflon.
Phosgene – A major industrial chemical used to make plastics and pesticides.
Phosphine – Used as a flame retardant and as a pesticide.
Silane – A precursor to the production of silicon.
Silicon Tetrafluoride – Used as a sealant in oil wells and in the production of silicon.
Sulfur Dioxide – An important chemical used as a disinfectant and food preservative.
Sulfur Hexafluoride – An electrical insulator also used to displace gas mixtures in metal smelting.
Sulfur Tetrafluoride – An important gas to the pharmaceutical industry.
Sulfuryl Fluoride – Used in the agricultural industry as an insecticide.
Tetrafluoroethane – Used as a propellant in aerosols.
Tetrafluoromethane – Used as a refrigerant gas and as a propellant in aerosols including inhalers.
Tungsten Hexafluoride – Used to manufacture semiconductors.
Vinyl Chloride – Used heavily in a number of manufacturing processes.
Vinyl Fluoride – Used in construction to create weather-resistant coatings.
Vinyl Methyl Ether – Used in coatings and lacquers.
Krypton – Used as a filling gas for fluorescent lighting.
Neon – Used as a cryogenic refrigerant and in the manufacture of electronic parts.
Xenon – Used in medical imaging and in high-pressure arc lamps.
These are just some of the specialty gases available at Cee Kay Supply. When your project or products require these or other specialty gases in any quantity, call us. We can review your needs, and give you a customized quote for gas and related gas delivery equipment for your specific needs. We can provide HCFC, HFC & natural refrigerants, as well as a full range of high purity hydrocarbons.