However large or small a role welding plays in your Connecticut business, there is one obvious fact: safety always needs to be front and center at any welding worksite.
Welding can be a rewarding job, but naturally, there are potential hazards. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported more than 4,100 workplace welding injuries in 2017—the most recent data that’s available.
When you’re a welder, you need a reliable source for the welding supplies that are necessary for doing your best and safest work. And Hocon Industrial Gas is the source Connecticut welders have counted on for many years.
Putting your body in a deep freeze has come a long way since Han Solo met carbonite in “The Empire Strikes Back.”
Hocon Industrial Gas provides gases for businesses including welding, health care, party stores, HVAC installation and repair, food service and auto body repair.
At Hocon Industrial Gas, we have been providing our customers with a wide array of industrial, specialty, cryogenic and medical gases for more than 30 years.
As you know, carbon dioxide (CO2) is an odorless and colorless gas, a natural presence in the atmosphere and of course, critically vital for our planet’s ecosystem.
Specialty gas handling equipment is an integral piece of the calibration gas sampling process. Just as the specialty gas manufacturer provides high purity gases, they must also use specific regulators, valves and fittings to maintain the integrity of the final specialty gas standard.
As an expert specialty gas supplier with many years of experience, Hocon Industrial Gas can help you decide which specialty gas cylinder type is best for your business. Let’s explore your options.
Specialty gases are high purity gaseous chemicals that can be used as analytical lab gases as well as intermediates in production processes.