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A hub providing relevant information and updates on industrial gas, cryogenics, and CGA regulations, as well as industry specific solutions for fill plants, beverage distribution and medical gas supplies.
Nobody appreciates a flat beer or soda, nobody. That’s why breweries and restaurants need reliable beer and soda regulators to produce consistent results that keep customers happy.
When looking at dry ice storage bins, customers often ask about the importance of a gasket or seal in the lid for preserving dry ice longer. Curious ourselves, we put the question to the test.
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The beverage carbonation industry continues to grow steadily, as more and more flavored seltzers and craft beers hit the market in response to rising demand from consumers. With that growth in demand, it’s crucial that producers properly maintain and upgrade equipment for the ultimate in efficiency, uptime and safety. Failing or over-leveraged equipment can result in costly downtime and even deadly accidents.
Atmospheric gas packaging is a growing technology that is done by manipulating gases to remove oxygen from a high barrier or permeable package. It is achieved by using inert gases including nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and exotic gases such as argon or helium to inject and remove multiple times to eliminate until the oxygen is eliminated. It is also known as modified atmosphere packaging, protective atmosphere packaging, reduced oxygen packaging, and gas flushing.