With CO2 being used extensively in the food and beverage industry there is a good chance that your business has felt, and may still be experiencing, the effects of the recent CO2 shortage in Europe.
Nitrogen is extremely suitable as a protective gas, mainly because of its high cohesive energy. Only under high temperature and pressure (> 500C, >100bar) or with added energy can chemical reaction occur.
The scientific industries have converted from bulk gas contracts to on-site nitrogen gas generators much faster. However, due to long and strict contracts that are hard to opt out of, the industrial manufacturing sector has been limited in how quickly they can switch over to gas generators.
Old Bottle Effect is the changing of a whisky's flavor over time. This is also true of wine and the primary cause is thought to be oxidization, or in other words the reaction of the liquid with oxygen.
Ever wondered if you could turn tap water into wine? Well now you can, according to San Francisco based company Ava Winery, who are planning to offer ‘designer wines’ based purely on water and no grapes are required.
Gas cylinders are widely used by factories around the world, supplying the gases they require for a variety of industrial applications.