‘Luxfer’s SGS cylinders provide very stable gas environments that allow us to provide superior calibration packages to our customers. Greater gas stability means longer shelf life for gas packages, and that is something our customers value.’
- Chris Street, StG Chief Executive
Luxfer cylinders are designed to handle a huge range of rare, volatile, speciality and high-purity gases, including gases used in the manufacture of semiconductors and other electronic products, in which maintaining gas purity and stability is essential. Cylinders are also available for the containment of calibration gases, as well as a wide variety of other industrial applications.
Our industrial and specialty gas cylinders are designed to make work easier. We’ve used our unrivalled expertise to develop cylinders that significantly increase the stability of volatile gases in use and storage, and that can reduce preparation time.
We offer the widest range of sizes and finishes available, from 0.5 to 50 litre cylinders, from great value cylinders to industry-leading finishes that deliver excellence. There’s a Luxfer cylinder for every application.
SGS™ cylinders are made using proprietary manufacturing processes and controls to ensure that they have the leading gas-stability in the marketplace.Specialty gas Ultra-high purity gases
Luxfer’s low-pressure reusable cylinders for calibration gases are ideal for the storage and transport of calibration gases.Specialty gas Calibration gases
Our cylinders are made with aluminum alloys that give you superior corrosion resistance, making them safer, more stable and longer lasting.
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