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Specialty Gas Catalog

Molecules that Matter

ALPHAGAZ Pures, SCOTT Mixtures and Equipment | 2009 Edition

As a leading world supplier of specialty and industrial gases, Air Liquide is all about molecules that matter
Our technologies are carefully engineered to provide customers with meticulously analyzed measures of certain molecules in the form of pure or mixed gases and liquids. These molecules are in turn used as raw materials or end products in themselves, as is often the case in healthcare or food and beverage processing. Other times the molecules we provide are used to measure or test for the presence of other molecules, as in applications such as environmental monitoring, homeland security or process control. Our focus however, goes well beyond the refining and selling of molecules. It includes providing definable value that can be measured at the bottom line. About one third of Air Liquides product sales can be linked directly to applications that are helping to preserve our environment or ensure human safety. Other Air Liquide products and services involve helping our many customers keep pace with a challenging global economyby empowering them to improve efficiencies without sacrificing end product quality or analytical accuracy. Our commitment to safety, technology and innovation has kept Air Liquide at the forefront of the high-tech business of specialty and industrial gases for more than 100 years. Our presence of over 43,000 employees in 75 countries enables us to leverage the resources of a truly global enterprise with powerful, personalized service from our localized, customer-focused teams. Combined with innovative products and services, we believe this to be a winning formula that transforms molecules that matter into greater customer satisfaction, efficiency, growth and successplus a safer and cleaner environment for us all.

Table of Contents
Introduction .......................................................................... iv Cylinder Packaging
Low-Pressure ........................................................................... 2 High-Pressure Stainless Steel ................................................... 3 High-Pressure Aluminum .......................................................... 4 Cryogenic ................................................................................. 4 Dewars ..................................................................................... 5 Packs ....................................................................................... 5 Pistons ..................................................................................... 5 Tube Trailers ............................................................................. 5 SCANDINA ............................................................................ 6 SMARTOP ............................................................................ 6 ALTOP ................................................................................... 7 ALTOP Lab ............................................................................... 8 Halocarbon 134a .................................................................... 45 Halocarbon 218 ..................................................................... 46 Halocarbon C318 ................................................................... 47 Halocarbon C1418 ................................................................. 48 Halocarbon 2316 ................................................................... 49 Helium .................................................................................... 50 Hydrogen ............................................................................... 51 Hydrogen Bromide ................................................................. 52 Hydrogen Chloride ................................................................. 53 Hydrogen Fluoride .................................................................. 54 Hydrogen Sulfide .................................................................... 55 Isobutane ............................................................................... 56 Isobutylene ............................................................................. 57 Krypton .................................................................................. 58 Methane ................................................................................. 59 Neon ...................................................................................... 60 Nitric Oxide ............................................................................. 61 Nitrogen .................................................................................. 62 Nitrogen Dioxide ..................................................................... 65 Nitrogen Trifluoride .................................................................. 66 Nitrous Oxide .......................................................................... 67 Oxygen ................................................................................... 68 Phosphine .............................................................................. 69 Propane .................................................................................. 70 Propylene ............................................................................... 71 Silane ..................................................................................... 73 Sulfur Dioxide ......................................................................... 74 Sulfur Hexafluoride ................................................................. 75 Trisilane ................................................................................... 76 Tungsten Hexafluoride ............................................................ 77 Xenon ..................................................................................... 78

Pures and Other Support Gases


ALPHAGAZ Introduction ......................................................................... 10 Specifications ...................................................................... 11 Impurities Affecting Gas Detectors ...................................... 12 Other Available Pures .......................................................... 14 Acetylene ................................................................................ 16 Air ........................................................................................... 17 Ammonia ................................................................................ 19 Argon ..................................................................................... 20 Arsine ..................................................................................... 22 Boron Trichloride .................................................................... 23 Boron Trifluoride ..................................................................... 24 1,3-Butadiene ........................................................................ 25 n-Butane ................................................................................ 26 1-Butene ................................................................................ 27 cis-2-Butene ........................................................................... 28 trans-2-Butene ....................................................................... 28 Carbon Dioxide ...................................................................... 29 Carbon Monoxide ................................................................... 31 Chlorine .................................................................................. 33 Deuterium ............................................................................... 34 Dichlorosilane ......................................................................... 35 Disilane ................................................................................... 36 Ethane .................................................................................... 37 Ethylene ................................................................................. 38 Germane ................................................................................ 39 Halocarbon 14 ........................................................................ 40 Halocarbon 23 ........................................................................ 41 Halocarbon 32 ........................................................................ 42 Halocarbon 41 ........................................................................ 43 Halocarbon 116 ..................................................................... 44 Halocarbon 125 ...................................................................... 45

Gas Mixtures
Introduction ............................................................................ 80 Unique SCOTT Technology ................................................. 84 Gas and Liquid Mixtures Typical Specifications ...................... 86 RATA and Compliance Class ............................................... 88 Reference Class .................................................................. 91 ACUBLEND Master Class ................................................... 93 Certified Class ..................................................................... 95 Custom Class ...................................................................... 98 Two-Component Mixtures ...................................................... 99 Acetaldehyde ...................................................................... 99 Acrylonitrile .......................................................................... 99 Ammonia .......................................................................... 100 Argon ................................................................................ 102 Benzene ........................................................................... 104 n-Butane ........................................................................... 105 Carbon Dioxide ................................................................. 106

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Carbon Disulfide ............................................................... 108 Carbon Monoxide ............................................................. 109 Carbonyl Sulfide ................................................................ 111 Chlorine ............................................................................ 112 Dimethyl Disulfide .............................................................. 112 Dimethyl Sulfide ................................................................ 113 Ethane .............................................................................. 114 Ethanol ............................................................................. 115 Ethylene ............................................................................ 116 Ethylene Oxide .................................................................. 117 Formaldehyde ................................................................... 117 Halocarbon 12 .................................................................. 118 Helium .............................................................................. 119 n-Hexane .......................................................................... 120 Hydrogen .......................................................................... 121 Hydrogen Chloride ............................................................ 122 Hydrogen Cyanide ............................................................ 123 Hydrogen Sulfide .............................................................. 123 Isobutane .......................................................................... 125 Isobutylene ....................................................................... 126 Methane ........................................................................... 127 Methanol ........................................................................... 128 Methyl Mercaptan ............................................................. 129 Nitric Oxide ....................................................................... 130 Nitrogen ............................................................................ 131 Nitrogen Dioxide ............................................................... 132 Nitrous Oxide .................................................................... 134 Oxygen ............................................................................. 135 n-Pentane ......................................................................... 136 Propane ............................................................................ 137 Propylene .......................................................................... 139 Styrene ............................................................................. 140 Sulfur Dioxide .................................................................... 141 Sulfur Hexafluoride ............................................................ 143 Toluene ............................................................................. 144 Vinyl Chloride .................................................................... 145 Moisture Standards ........................................................... 146 Acid Rain CEM Zero Gases .................................................. 159 PROTOCOL ELEVEN Hydrogen Sulfide ............................ 159 Hydrogen Sulfide Multi-Component Mixtures ....................... 160 CEM DAILY STANDARDS ................................................. 161 Two-Component ............................................................... 161 Three-Component ............................................................ 163 Four-Component .............................................................. 164 Five-Component ............................................................... 167 Mercury Verification Product ................................................. 167 Method TO Calibration Standards ........................................ 168

Engine Emissions Testing


Introduction .......................................................................... 174 Program Compliance ........................................................... 174 Pure Air ................................................................................. 175 Pure Nitrogen ....................................................................... 176 Calibration Standards ............................................................ 177 Two-Component ............................................................... 177 Three-Component ............................................................ 178 Four-Component .............................................................. 179 Five-Component ............................................................... 180

Refining, Petrochemical and Natural Gas


Introduction .......................................................................... 182 Liquid Mixtures ..................................................................... 183 Hydrocarbon Chromatographic Standards ........................... 185 PIANO Calibration Standards ............................................... 188 Natural Gas Standards ......................................................... 194 Moisture Standards .............................................................. 198

Process Mixtures
Kill Gas ................................................................................. 200 Leak Detection Mixtures ....................................................... 201 Lighting Gases ..................................................................... 202 Molten Aluminum ................................................................. 204 Steel and Heat Treatment ..................................................... 205 Semiconductor Process Gases ............................................ 206

Environmental Compliance
Introduction .......................................................................... 148 SCOTT EPA Protocol Methods ......................................... 149 EPA Protocol Gases ............................................................. 150 Two-Component ............................................................... 150 Three-Component ............................................................ 151 Four-Component .............................................................. 153 Five-Component ............................................................... 155 Low NOx EPA Protocol Gases ............................................. 156 Title V Ammonia Standards .................................................. 157 Hydrogen Chloride Mixtures ................................................. 158

Instrumentation ALPHAGAZ MIX


Electron Capture .................................................................. 210 Flame Ionization Fuel ............................................................ 210 Furnace Gas ......................................................................... 211 Nuclear Counter ................................................................... 211 Spark Chamber Neon .......................................................... 212

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SCOTTY Brand Transportables
Introduction .......................................................................... 214 Cylinder Specifications ......................................................... 215 Recommended Regulators .................................................. 217 Calibration Kits ..................................................................... 218 Industrial Hygiene and Safety Applications ........................... 219 Two-Component ............................................................... 219 Three-Component ............................................................ 226 Four-Component .............................................................. 228 Five-Component ............................................................... 229 Laboratory Applications ........................................................ 230 Pure Gases ....................................................................... 230 Two-Component ............................................................... 231 Three-Component ............................................................ 238 Four-Component .............................................................. 239 Five-Component ............................................................... 240 Multi-Component Mixtures ............................................... 241 Lecture Bottle ................................................................... 294 SCOTTY ........................................................................ 296 Manifolds and Delivery Systems ........................................... 302 Cylinder Storage and Accessories ........................................ 312 Gas Distribution Panels ........................................................ 317 Flow Measurement ............................................................... 319 Valves ................................................................................... 328 Flexible Metal Hose .............................................................. 332 Traps .................................................................................... 333 Purifiers ................................................................................ 335 Filters .................................................................................... 336 Purge Assemblies ................................................................. 339 Heaters ................................................................................. 340 Flash Arresters ..................................................................... 340 Gauges ................................................................................ 341 Gas Detection ...................................................................... 343 Semiconductor and Electronics Applications ........................ 345

Services and Industry Offerings


Industrial Gases .................................................................... 246 ARCAL ........................................................................... 246 BLUESHIELD ................................................................. 248 FLAMAL ......................................................................... 249 LASAL ........................................................................... 251 ALIGAL .......................................................................... 252 PHARGALIS .................................................................. 254 Additional Pure Gases ...................................................... 254 ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation ............................................... 256 Solutions Center ................................................................... 256 SHOP@airliquide ............................................................... 257 SCOUT ............................................................................. 257 Global Cross Reference Service ........................................ 258 DATAL ............................................................................... 260 SCOTT Homeland Security ............................................... 260

Technical and Safety Data


Gas and Liquid Mixture Basics ............................................. 350 Compressed Gas Definitions ................................................ 355 Compressed Gas Categories ............................................... 356 Physical Properties of Gases ................................................ 360 Gas Compatibility ................................................................. 362 Special Precautions .............................................................. 365 Cylinder Storage, Handling and Usage ................................. 369 Returning Cylinders .............................................................. 371 Cylinder Valve Outlets and Connections ............................... 372 Conversion Factors .............................................................. 377 Periodic Table ....................................................................... 381

Glossary ............................................................................ 382 Sales Terms ...................................................................... 388 Index .................................................................................. 390

Gas Handling Equipment


Introduction .......................................................................... 261 Cylinder Connections ........................................................... 262 Pressure Regulators ............................................................. 264 Single versus Two-Stage ................................................... 264 Performance Characteristics ............................................. 264 Regulator Selection ........................................................... 265 Regulator Selection Guide ................................................ 266 Maintenance Schedule ..................................................... 265 Brass ................................................................................ 268 Stainless Steel .................................................................. 271 Line ................................................................................... 274 Special Applications .......................................................... 275

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Introduction
Established in 1902, Air Liquide Group is the world leader in specialty, industrial and medical gases. With more than 43,000 employees and operating in 75 countries, we offer innovative solutions based on constantly enhanced technologies. Air Liquide maintains over 100 facilities in the United States and Canada. Our SCOTT gas and liquid mixtures are widely regarded as being the most accurate in the industry and our ALPHAGAZ pure gases have long been the global benchmark of quality. We also offer other exclusive brands of gas products for specialized industry applications such as semiconductor, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, welding, auto emissions testing, laser cutting and many more. In addition to supplying the gases themselves, Air Liquide also offers related products and services to help our customers further improve their process control and achieve greater success in their respective marketplaces. Our SCOTT high-performance gas handling equipment provides years of trouble-free service, protects gas purity and integrity, and safely delivers it to your point-of-use. Other services such as SHOP@airliquide allow you simplify your purchasing and better manage your on-site cylinder inventory. Our Solutions Center stands ready to answer your technical questions or engineer custom products to solve unique applications challenges. Air Liquide operates numerous state-of-the-art specialty gas production facilities that are strategically located throughout North America to provide our customers with dependable, fast deliveryin most cases by our dedicated fleet of trucks. All of our specialty gas mixtures facilities are ISO 9001:2000 certified. Our laboratories are ISO/IEC 17025 accredited to assure our customers that our analytical and quality management procedures meet a universally prescribed level of proficiency and technical competency. Specialty Gases and related products and services

Air Liquides Delaware Research and Technology Center

Creating Innovative Technological Solutions Air Liquides global Research and Development network is at the forefront of our 100+ year commitment to innovation. Our recently constructed Research and Technology Center in Newark, Delaware (DRTC) is the eighth such facility to join our network that spans three continents and encompasses over 900 researchers and 10,000 patents. Cutting-edge research at our DRTC focuses on energy, sustainable environment, semiconductors, healthcare, agriculture, food and other industries in order to further strengthen our technological leadership.

Delivering true, measurable value to our customers


Dedicated Sales and Customer Service Staff We maintain a dedicated staff of localized, knowledgeable sales, business development and customer service team members who can answer questions, help you with problems and demonstrate to you how Air Liquide products and services can add measureable value to your bottom line. Technical Expertise We maintain a staff of scientific and technical team members who can answer technical questions and recommend Air Liquide products that will cost-effectively meet or exceed your application requirements. They will also help develop a custom product that meets unique applications needs. Safety and Product Information Resource We provide several venues for customers to obtain accurate and helpful safety and product information. Catalogs, brochures and datasheets are readily available in both printed and electronic form via our websites at www.us.airliquide.com and www.scottgas.com. We also periodically host webinars to provide safety and other timely information concerning various technical issues related to the use of specialty mixed and pure gases.

Emergency Response in US: 800.324.7814 in Canada: 514.878.1667


Describe the nature of your problem and gases involved. We will have one of our emergency response coordinators contact you with information on how to safely handle the situation.

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SHOP@airliquide We offer an updated hybrid between eScott, the first and foremost cylinder management system pioneered by Scott Specialty Gases, and our own online purchasing/supply chain management system. We call this unique Internet-based management tool SHOP@airliquide. The end result goes far beyond mere online purchasing of the widest range of gas products available. SHOP provides tighter management control that helps you streamline administrative activities, provides resources to improve on-the-job safety, and boost profitability by eliminating excess cylinder inventory. For more information, visit SHOP@airliquide.com or see page 257. Packaging Alternatives Air Liquide delivers products in a wide range of sizes, from lecture bottles and nonreturnable, SCOTTY transportable cylinders to single and multi high-pressure cylinder packs, to tube trailers. Depending on your needs, we have packaging sizes that provide a costeffective quantity for any application. In addition, we offer exclusive innovations in specialty gas packaging, including our SCANDINA ergonomic cap, and SMARTOP and ALTOP valves that promote safety and improve ease-of-use. Due to safety issues and chemical characteristics, not all products are available in all forms of packaging. See pages 1 to 8 for available options. Cylinder Management Solutions We can provide total management of all cylinder activity at your site(s). This relieves you of the challenges of keeping track of cylinder stock and frees you to concentrate on other aspects of your business. Air Liquide cylinder management is linked to SHOP@airliquide and also can incorporate our DATAL wireless gas monitoring system. We can customize our program, resulting in substantial savings to you. Billing and Rental Options Air Liquide offers several different billing options that can save you time and money in reduced administrative costs. Electronic invoicing is particularly popular and cost-efficient. Cylinder rental options available include daily, monthly, or custom alternatives. In some cases and when safety considerations permit, we will even fill customer-owned cylinders so there are no rental charges. Global Cross Reference Program Comparing analytical results among a number of independent, separate laboratories yields true confirmation of accurate, analytical results. Air Liquide facilitates this confirmation by giving participating laboratories the opportunity to assess the accuracy of their measurements through comparison with other labs in the global community. Our Cross Reference Program, also known as Proficiency Testing (PT), promotes a high degree of confidence in the accuracy of your analyses as well as help identify potential problems in the accuracy of your analyses see page 258. ALNET Air Liquide maintains a network of distributor partners to extend the supply of our products to customers in areas where Air Liquide may not have an appropriate physical presence.

An Active Role in a New Energy Revolution Air Liquide has over 100 years of experience in hydrogen, starting with production and encompassing a wide range of hydrogen applications. This includes our active involvement in numerous transportrelated projects in both North America and Europe. Air Liquide contributes substantially to advancement of fuel storage and supply technologies, and to making cost-effective fuel cell-powered vehicles a reality.

Prototype vehicle refuels at Air Liquide hydrogen station

Cant find what you need? This catalog contains a reasonable representation of Air Liquide products and services that are commonly in demand. However, it does not reflect our total capabilities, nor does it reflect new products being developed as a result of emerging technologies and continued research and development. Thus, if you dont see what you need, if you are developing a new application that requires a new pure or mixed gas with unique characteristics, or even if you arent sure if one of our existing catalog products is what you need, call or email solutions.center@airliquide.com.

Responsible Care
The American Chemistry Council launched Responsible Care in 1988 to respond to public concerns about the manufacture and use of chemicals. Air Liquide is committed to providing a safe, secure, and healthful workplace for its employees, and to being a good, environmentally friendly neighbor to the communities in which we operate and live.

We pledge to manage our business according to these principles


To recognize and respond to community concerns about chemicals and our operations. To develop and produce chemicals that can be manufactured, transported, used and disposed of safely. To make health, safety and environmental considerations a priority in our planning for all existing and new products and processes. To report promptly to officials, employees, customers and the public, information on chemical-related health or environmental hazards and to recommend protective measures. To counsel customers on the safe use, transportation and disposal of chemical products. To operate our plants and facilities in a manner that protects the environment and the health and safety of our employees and the public. To extend knowledge by conducting or supporting research on the health, safety and environmental effects of our products, processes and waste materials. To work with others to resolve problems created by past handling and disposal of hazardous substances. To participate with governmental and other regulatory bodies in creating responsible laws, regulations and standards to safeguard the community, workplace and environment. To promote the principles and practices of Responsible Care by sharing experiences and offering assistance to others who produce, handle, use, transport or dispose of chemicals. As a member of the American Chemistry Council, Air Liquide America is committed to support a continuing effort to improve the industrys responsible management of chemicals.

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Packaging
Cylinders for Every Application

Air Liquide provides a wide variety of cylinders selected to meet specific customer needs. In that we produce many gases with widely varying chemical characteristics, appropriate package offerings must be based on several key criteria. Safety The safety of each and every customer, as well as that of those who handle or transport our products, is of the utmost importance. Selection of the correct container and the proper valve is determined by guidelines from CGA, DOT and TC, as well as our own extensive experience and expertise. Stability Since specialty gases can be corrosive or reactive in nature, we carefully match cylinder and valve types in order to protect the integrity of the gas. To ensure gas mixture stability, reactive gases are only provided in cylinders treated with our exclusive suite of ACULIFE cylinder inerting processes see page 84 for more information. Customer Convenience For most gases, the choice of container depends upon your application requirements. We offer many different cylinders, as well as multi-cylinder packs, tube trailers or even cryogenic liquid containers for atmospheric and helium pure gases.

PACKAGING
Cylinder Specifications

Cylinder Specifications
The following pages describe the many different cylinder options available for packaging of Air Liquide products. While most of our cylinders remain the property of Air Liquide, we also fill customer owned cylinders provided they meet all appropriate safety requirements.

Low-Pressure
Cylinder Size 125 (formerly LG) 108 (formerly 110) 70 55 40LP (RS) 40LP AL(RS) 22LP (RS) 22LP AL(RS) 11LP (RS) 11LP AL(RS)
* Without valve. ** With valve, nominal. Acetylene cylinder with acetone. Nominal. (RS) Resale cylinder only.

DOT Specification 4AA 4BA 8AL 4BA 4BA 4E 4BA 4E 4BA 4E

Service Pressure psig 480 260 250 300 240 240 240 240 240 240

Approximate Capacity Gas at STP cu. ft. 144 70 419 40 28 26 13 13 7 7 liters 4076 1982 11865 1121 786 722 368 368 200 200

Outside Diameter inches 15 15 12 10 12 12 12 12 9 10

Height* inches 54.5 45 42 51 32.5 32 18 21 17 16

Tare Weight** lbs. 159 73 182 56 34 21 22 14 16 11

Internal Water Volume cu. in. 7628 6712 4271 3356 2868 2624 1342 1342 732 732 liters 125 110 70 55 47 43 22 22 12 12

65" 60" 55" 50" 45" 40" 35" 30" 25" 20" 15" 10" 5" 125 2 125 108 108 7 70 55 40LP 40 40LP AL 40LP 0L 22 22LP 22LP 22LP AL 22LP 2 11LP 11 1LP 11LP AL P

Cylinder Comparison Chart


Air Liquide 125 108 70 40LP 40LP AL 22LP 22LP AL 11LP 11LP AL Scott XG XL XF 5LP 5LP AL 2.5LP 2.5LP AL Airgas 400 350 380 25 Linde 126 350 110 L60 L20 Matheson 1K 1F 1B Praxair FS FX A8

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HP Steel
Cylinder Size 50 49 44 44H 44HH 16 7 3 LB/LBX (NR) DOT Specification 9809-1*** 3AA 3AA 3AA 3AA 3AA 3AA 3AA 3E Service Pressure psig 2900 2400 2265 3500 6000 2015 2015 2015 1800 Approximate Capacity cu. ft. 335 277 232 338 433 76 33 14 2 liters 9373 7844 6570 9571 12261 2152 934.6 396.5 53.8 Outside Diameter inches 9 9.25 9 10 10 7 6.25 4.25 2 Height* inches 58.2 55 51 51 51 32.5 18.5 16.75 12 Tare Weight** lbs. 130 143 133 189 303 63 28 11 3.5 Internal Water Volume cu. in. 3051 2990 2685 2607 2383 976 427 183 27 liters 50 49 44 44 43 16 7 3 0.4

* Without valve. ** With valve, nominal. *** UN/ISO specification. For N2 at 70F 1 atm. Nominal. (NR) Nonreturnable cylinder. Price of cylinder included in the price of gas. Note: LBX is an LB cylinder with a CGA valve other than 170 or 180.

65" 60" 55" 50" 45" 40" 35" 30" 25" 20" 15" 10" 5" 50 0 49 9 44 4 44H H 44HH 44HH 4 16 7 3 LB/ LB/LBX(NR)

Cylinder Comparison Chart


Air Liquide 49 44 44H 44HH 16 7 3 LB LBX Scott K A B C LB Airgas 300 200 3HP 80 35 LB LX Linde 049 (T) 044 (K) 485 016 (Q) 007 (G) 3 LBR (LB) Matheson 1L 1A 1H 1U 2 3 4 LB 7X Praxair T/UT K/UK 3K 6K Q/UQ G/UG F LB/RB EB

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HP Aluminum
Cylinder Size 47AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 3AL (RS) 1AL (RS)
* Without valve. ** With valve, nominal. For N2 at 70F 1 atm. Nominal. (RS) Resale cylinder only.

DOT Specification 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL 3AL

Service Pressure psig 2216 2015 2216 2216 2015 2216

Approximate Capacity cu. ft. 244 141 83 31 8 5 liters 6909 3993 2350 878 227 142

Outside Diameter inches 9.8 8 7.25 6.9 4.4 3.2

Height* inches 51.9 47.9 33 15.6 10.5 11.7

Tare Weight** lbs. 90 48 30 15 3.5 2.3

Internal Water Volume cu. in. 2831 1800 958 360 103 61 liters 46.4 29.5 15.7 5.9 1.7 1

65" 60" 55" 50" 45" 40" 35" 30" 25" 20" 15" 10" 5" 47AL L 30AL 30A AL 16AL 16A AL 7AL 7A AL 3 L 3AL(RS) 1A 1AL(RS) AL

Cylinder Comparison Chart


Air Liquide 47AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 3AL 1AL Scott KAL AL BL CL Airgas 150A 80A 33A Linde A31 A16 A07 Matheson 1R 2R 3R Praxair AT AS AQ AG A3

Cryogenic
Cylinder Size 230-VGL 180-VGL 160-VGL DOT Specification 4L 4L 4L

Service Pressure psig 230 230 230

Approximate Capacity cu. ft. 5921 4835 4486 liters 167665 136913 127030

Outside Diameter inches 26 20 20

Height inches 57 64 60

Tare Weight lbs. 324 260 250

Internal Water Volume cu. in. 14646 11961 10740 liters 240 196 176

Additional delivery pressures are available. Approximate gas volume for oxygen for VGLs.

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Helium Dewars
Dewar Size 500 250 100 60
* Nominal.

DOT Specification N/A N/A N/A N/A

Service Pressure psig 12 12 12 12

Approximate Capacity, Liquid cu. ft. 18 9 4 2 liters 500 250 100 60

Outside Diameter inches 42 32 24 24

Height inches 71 67 59 50

Tare Weight* lbs. 480 348 212 184

Internal Water Volume* cu. in. 33563 17392 6957 4028 liters 550 275 110 66

Packs
Number of Cylinders 16 6
* Nominal.

DOT Specification 3AA 3AA

Service Pressure psig 2400 2265

Approximate Capacity cu. ft. 4432 1392 liters 125501 39417

Width x Depth x Height inches 41 x 41 x 79 31 x 20 x 73

Tare Weight* lbs. 2650 870

Internal Water Volume* cu. in. 47843 16110 liters 784 264

Piston
Cylinder Size 300 500 1000
* Nominal.

DOT Specification E-7657 E-7657 E-7657

Service Pressure psig 1800 1800 1800

Approximate Capacity cu. in. 18.3 30.5 61 liters 0.3 0.5 1

Outside Diameter inches 3 3 3

Width inches 12.8 17.2 30.7

Length inches 18 22.4 35.9

Internal Water Volume* cu. in. 18.3 30.5 61 liters 0.3 0.5 1

Tube Trailers
Number of Tubes 30 34 38 49 55 10 7 9

Tube Trailer Length feet 21 21 21 21 34 34 40 40

Tube Outside Diameter inches 9-5/8 9-5/8 9-5/8 9-5/8 9-5/8 22 22 22

Air SCF 46,361 51,438 57,270 74,486 136,852 116,122 149,149

Argon SCF 45,330 50,294 55,996 72,830 133,808 133,894 112,539 145,832

Helium SCF 43,670 48,453 53,947 70,164 128,910 128,993 109,383 140,494

Hydrogen SCF 43,038 47,751 53,165 69,147 127,043 127,124

Nitrogen SCF 45,623 50,619 56,359 73,302 134,675 134,761 114,275 146,776

Oxygen SCF 43,322 48,066 53,516 69,604 127,881 127,881 108,510 139,372

PACKAGING
SMARTOP with SCANDINA Cap

Exclusive SMARTOP
and SCANDINA Cap
Simplifies gas handling and improves safety. Available with ALPHAGAZ 1 and ARCAL gases. SCANDINA caps are available for EPA protocol gases.

Ergonomic design makes it easy to maneuver the cylinder Fixed shock-absorbing SCANDINA cap provides added safety during transport, service and use

ON/OFF lever closes quickly in an emergency and provides unmistakable indication of valve status

Improve Safety, Save Time and Money

Attach pressure regulator, flip up lever and you're ready to go

Positive ON/OFF lever prevents wasted gas due to partially closed traditional style valves. Visual reading of cylinder contents without having to attach a regulator prevents accidental return of half-full cylinders. Visual ID of valve status prevents valves left open during breaks and off business hours. Handle cylinder faster and more easily. Open and close valve with a single action. Permanent cylinder pressure/content display allows more efficient management of gas inventory.

View pressure of cylinder at a glance without use of a regulator Built-in flow restriction provides protection against accidental gas line breach

Built-in Residual Pressure Valve (RPV) prevents backflow contamination during use and storage Open design minimizes insect nesting

Eliminates the need to remove or replace cylinder caps no more lost or stuck caps.
Accepts all SCOTT single and two-stage pressure regulators.

Air Liquide inspects and verifies proper function of SMARTOP at every cylinder refill.

SCOTT brand regulators work perfectly with our SMARTOP. See the Equipment section of this catalog for a complete selection of single-stage and two-stage pressure regulators in brass and stainless steel. All regulators may be purchased online, with same-day shipping on most.

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PACKAGING
ALTOP for Industrial Gases

Exclusive ALTOP
With Built-In Regulator for Industrial Gases
For ARCAL pure argon and argon mixtures, the unique Air Liquide ALTOP features a fixed ergonomic safety cap with a fully integrated pressure regulator and easy-to-use ON/OFF lever-activated valve. ALTOP provides improved cylinder handling and safety in an innovative, easy-to-use design that increases on-the-job efficiency while reducing overall costs.
Ergonomic design makes it easy to maneuver the cylinder Fixed shock-absorbing cap permanently protects valve and regulator from damage

Improve Safety Save Time and Money


No more regulators to buy or maintain. Eliminates downtime due to regulator damage. Positive ON/OFF lever prevents wasted gas due to partially closed traditional style valves. Visual reading of cylinder flowrate prevents accidental return of half-full cylinders.

ON/OFF lever opens valve quickly and provides unmistakable indication of valve status Built-in regulator* controls flow of gas and eliminates accidental exposure to high-pressure gas flow View pressure of cylinder at a glance without opening valve

Position cylinder faster and more easily.


Shock-absorbing cap protects against accidental injury if cylinder falls.

Built-in check valve prevents backflow contamination during use and storage

Allows quick connection of hoses to outlet fitting

Air Liquide verifies proper function of regulator during each cylinder refill.

* Regulator rated up to 2900 psig (200 bar)

PACKAGING
ALTOP Lab for Specialty Gases

Exclusive ALTOP Lab


With Built-In Stainless Steel Pressure Regulator
Available soon on small cylinders of calibration mixtures, our ALTOP Lab features a fully integrated pressure regulator, pressure gauges, ON/OFF knob, and preset and prepurged valve. It also includes a fixed ergonomic and shock-absorbing protective housing that makes it easier and safer to handle and move the cylinder.
Ergonomic design makes it easy to maneuver the cylinder

Improve Safety, Save Time and Money


No more regulators to buy or maintain. Eliminates downtime due to regulator malfunction. Positive ON/OFF knob prevents wasted gas due to partially closed traditional style valves. Handle cylinder faster and more easily. Shock-absorbing cap protects against accidental injury if cylinder falls. Visual reading of cylinder contents prevents accidental return of half-full cylinders.

Built-in regulator* controls gas pressure without add-on regulator Positive ON/OFF and ergonomic knob opens and closes valve quickly Built-in high and low-pressure gauges show pressure at a glance

Stainless steel valve and connection tube for use with corrosive gases and low concentration reactive mixtures

Safety Note Move small, portable cylinders with care. Do not drop or hand carry cylinders over long distances. Use other means of transport such as a wagon or cart when appropriate.

Shock-absorbing housing protects valve and regulator; fixed design eliminates hard-to-remove or lost caps

Allows quick connection of hose to outlet fitting

Built-in Residual Pressure Valve (RPV) prevents backflow contamination during use and storage

Air Liquide verifies proper function of regulator during each cylinder refill.

* Regulator rated up to 2900 psig (200 bar)

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Air Liquide is one of the largest producers of pure gases globally. Because we produce most of these gases ourselves, we closely control the consistency and quality of each gas. Our customers can be sure of getting the best quality possible for every pure gas we deliver. We offer three grades of ALPHAGAZ pure products with specifications that meet typical application requirements and enable you to reduce the number of various pure gas cylinders you must keep on site. Three grades of CHEMGAZ products standardize grade selections for process gases as well as simplify your ordering process. Three electronic grades support a wide range of semiconductor, optoelectronic and other electronic applications, while our application-specific products provide additional application versatility.

Included in this section

ALPHAGAZ CHEMGAZ Electronic Grade Application-Specific Grades

PURES AND OTHER SUPPORT GASES


ALPHAGAZ Pure Gases

ALPHAGAZ Pure Gases


Choosing the right gas products for a particular analytical instrument and application can be confusing. Air Liquide has simplified gas selection by reducing the complex and confusing matrix of available gas grades down to two levels of purity as represented in our ALPHAGAZ product line. Instead of focusing on the total purity of the gas, we set limits on the critical impurities that affect the performance of the instrument and application used.

Three Grades, Two Purity Ranges


An Air Liquide research and development team surveyed major analytical instrument manufacturers to determine the recommended gas purity for their instrumentation. Studies were then conducted on many of these instruments to determine the effect of varying levels of impurities on their performance. Our findings indicated that two basic ranges for gas purity are necessary to ensure optimal performance of analytical instruments in most applications. ALPHAGAZ 2: The Highest Purity Level Possible ALPHAGAZ 2 products exhibit the absolute lowest impurity levels available in the industry, making them the best choice for laboratory, analytic and process control applications where uncompromised ultra-high-purity is needed. ALPHAGAZ 1: One Convenient Grade for Many Applications ALPHAGAZ 1 products exceed purity recommendations of most laboratory instrument manufacturers, making them an obvious choice for all-around use in the laboratory. Because they provide guaranteed low impurity levels, ALPHAGAZ 1 pures are ideal for most analytic and process control applications, including petrochemical, secondary electronics and optoelectronics as well as scientific research and many other applications. ALPHAGAZ 1000: Cryogenic Solutions ALPHAGAZ 1000 provides the same specifications as ALPHAGAZ 1, but is offered for those applications requiring cryogenic liquid argon, nitrogen and helium. Since large volumes of gaseous nitrogen or argon are needed for ICP and FTIR instruments, cryogenic supplies can be better suited than cylinders of compressed gas to fill this need. Liquid helium is often used to cool magnets in instruments such as NMR spectrophotometers.

Our customers get the best quality possible for every pure gas we deliver

The SMARTOP Cylinder Valve Exclusively from Air Liquide

Positive ON/OFF lever action prevents gas leaks common to traditional valves. ON/OFF lever opens and closes valve quickly in a single action and provides positive visualization of valve status. Built-in pressure gauge shows cylinder contents at a glance without having to open the valve. Air Liquide verifies proper function during each refill. Built-in gas flow restriction gives added protection in the event of accidental gas line breach.

Ergonomic SCANDINA cap improves cylinder handling safety.

Benefits and Features

Guaranteed low impurity levels protect instrument sensitivity ensuring peak performance. Residual Pressure Valve (RPV) integrated to prevent atmospheric contamination. Cylinder-to-cylinder consistency provides added performance reliability. Helps reduce cylinder inventory by eliminating need for supplemental pure gases. Color-coded cylinder shoulders for fast, positive visual ID of cylinder contents. Weatherproof and tear-resistant identification label on each cylinder or pack accurately indicates impurities. Lot number on each cylinder is traceable to our analytical records for added reliability. Exclusive SCANDINA cap and SMARTOP valve (see sidebar).

ALPHAGAZ Packaging Options


Lecture bottles Single high-pressure cylinders 6-pack of high-pressure cylinders 16-pack of high-pressure cylinders Tube trailers

VGLs

Not all products are available in all packages. Weight shown for all pure gases is gross weight.

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ALPHAGAZ Specifications

ALPHAGAZ Specifications
Product Air Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1000 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1000 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1000 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 Purity % NA NA 99.9995 99.999 99.999 99.9998 99.999 99.999 99.9998 99.999 99.9998 99.999 99.999 99.9995 99.999 99.99 CO2 ppm <0.1 CO ppm <1 H2 ppm H2O ppm <0.5 <3 <0.1 <0.5 <3 <3 <0.5 <3 <3 <0.5 <3 <0.1 <0.5 <3 <3 <0.5 <3 <10 <3 <1 N2 ppm O2 ppm 2021% 2022% <0.5 <2 <2 <0.5 <2 <2 <0.5 <2 <0.5 <2 <2 THC ppm 0.05 <0.1 <0.1 <0.5 <0.5 <0.1 <0.5 <0.5 <0.1 <0.5 <0.1 <0.5 <0.5 <0.1 <0.5 <10

Argon

<0.5

<0.1

Helium(1)

<0.5

<0.1

<0.1

Hydrogen

<0.5

<0.1

Nitrogen(2)

<0.5

<0.1

Oxygen

<0.5

<1

<0.1

Carbon Dioxide
(1) Excluding neon. (2) Excluding argon.

ALPHAGAZ Grades Replacement Chart


Most pure gas applications require specific impurity levels. Working with our research and development team, we made it easy for our customers to select appropriate pure gas grades. Below are the most common industry grades with their ALPHAGAZ replacement grade. In addition, our cylinder shoulders are color-coded for fast, positive visual ID of cylinder contents. Although we provide visually identifiable cylinders, users should always read the cylinder labels before using the product.
Pure Gas Grade Dry Chromatography Extra-Dry High-Purity Instrument O2-Free Research Ultra-Carrier Ultra-High-Purity Ultra-Ox Ultra-Zero Zero Air ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 Argon Helium Hydrogen Nitrogen Oxygen

HYDROGEN

NITROGEN

ALPHAGAZ 1

ALPHAGAZ 1

ALPHAGAZ 1

ALPHAGAZ 1

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Gas Detectors

Impurities Affecting Gas Detectors


ALPHAGAZ ensures a perfect match for your instrument and application
Chemiluminescence Detector (CD) These detectors are affected by the presence of trace levels of the specific compounds that they are designed to measure. For example, trace levels of sulfur often cause a shift in response. Discharge Ionization Detector (DID) Trace levels of oxygen, moisture and hydrocarbons can reduce detector response and affect baseline stability. Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Moisture and oxygen in carrier gas can reduce response of the detector. Trace halocarbons in the nuclear counter gas (P-5 mixture) can cause baseline shift or negative peaks. Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Hydrocarbons in carrier gases, fuel gases and oxidizer gases can decrease detector sensitivity and reduce the life of the detector. Trace oxygen and moisture in the carrier gas can damage chromatographic columns. Fourier Transform Infrared Detector (FTIR) Impurities present in the carrier gas with absorbance bands at the same wave length as the species being measured can result in inaccurate response. Moisture and oxygen can interfere with IR spectra. Helium Ionization Detector (HID) Trace levels of hydrocarbons, oxygen or moisture can affect detector stability. Mass Spectroscopy Detector (MS) Impurities with atomic mass at the equivalent of the species being measured can result in inaccurate response. Pulsed Discharge Electron Capture Detector (PDECD) Moisture and oxygen in carrier gas can reduce response of the detector. Trace halocarbons in the nuclear counter gas (P-5 mixture) can cause baseline shift or negative peaks. Pulsed Discharge Helium Ionization Detector (PDHID) Trace levels of oxygen, moisture and hydrocarbons can reduce detector response and affect baseline stability. Pulsed Discharge Photo Ionization Detector (PDPID) Trace levels of oxygen, moisture and hydrocarbons can reduce detector response and affect baseline stability. Photo Ionization Detector (PID) Trace levels of oxygen, moisture and hydrocarbons can reduce detector response and affect baseline stability. Pulsed Flame Photometric Detector (PFPD) Trace levels of oxygen, moisture and hydrocarbons can reduce detector response and affect baseline stability. Contaminants in flame fuel and oxidizer can interfere with detector response. Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Trace hydrocarbons and oxygen in carrier gas can corrode the filament detector wires and reduce sensitivity.

ALPHAGAZ MIX
Certain laboratory instruments require the use of standard gas blends. These stock blends include such products as fuel gases for FID detectors, flow through gases for nuclear detectors, and gases for the operation of special detectors for gas chromatographs. Air Liquide introduced the ALPHAGAZ MIX product line of stock mixtures for many laboratory analyzer applications. Each product is blended to meet the specifications required by most instrument manufacturers. Specifications also limit critical impurities that may impact the performance of instruments for which they are intended. Information on these special products can be found on pages 209 to 212 of this catalog.

Air Liquide simplifies selection of pure gases while ensuring instrument performance and sensitivity through guaranteed lowimpurity levels.

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Gas Detectors

Recommended ALPHAGAZ Products


Every company has their own unique specifications for pure gas required for their application. To simplify pure gas grade selection, below are the most common industry grades with their ALPHAGAZ replacement grade.
Detection Limits Detector CD DID ECD Grade Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Nuclear Counter Gas Carrier Gas Fuel Gas Oxidizer FTIR HID MS PDECD Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Nuclear Counter Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Carrier Gas Fuel Gas Oxidizer TCD Carrier Gas <1 ppbv NA ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX NA NA NA NA ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 NA NA NA NA 1 ppbv 1 ppmv ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) NA 1 ppmv vol % ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 NA NA ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 NA NA ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 2 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) ALPHAGAZ 1 Qualitative Measurement ALPHAGAZ 1 NA NA NA ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) ALPHAGAZ 1 NA ALPHAGAZ 1 NA NA NA NA NA ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ 1 ALPHAGAZ MIX ALPHAGAZ 1 (Air) ALPHAGAZ 1

FID

PDHID PDPID PID PDFPD

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Available Pures

Available Pures and Compounds*


Air Liquide offers the most comprehensive inventory of blending components in the world. A listing of the many compounds that Air Liquide can provide as a pure or used in the preparation of mixtures is provided below, including alkanes, alkenes, aromatics, halocarbons, semiconductor gases, isotopes and deuterated materials. Air Liquide can also synthesize compounds that are not generally available.
Acetaldehyde Acetic Acid Acetone Acetonitrile Acetophenone Acetyl Chloride Acetylacetone Acetylene Acetylene Dibromide Acetylene Dichloride Acetylene Tetrachloride Acrylic Acid Acrylonitrile Allene Allyl Alcohol Allyl Aldehyde Allyl Chloride Ammonia Amyl Acetate t-Amyl Alcohol Amyl Chloride t-Amyl Methyl Ether Argon Arsine Benzaldehyde Benzene Benzyl Alcohol Benzyl Chloride Benzyl Mercaptan Biphenyl Boron Trichloride Boron Trifluoride Bromobenzene Bromochloromethane Bromochloropropane Bromodichloromethane Bromoethane Bromoethylene 1-Bromo-4-fluorobenzene Bromoform Bromomethane Bromotrifluoroethylene Bromotrifluoromethane 1,2-Butadiene 1,3-Butadiene Butanol i-Butane n-Butane i-Butanethiol n-Butanethiol i-Butanol n-Butanol t-Butanol Reactive Nonreactive 2-Butanone 1-Butene 2-Butene, cis2-Butene, transButyl Acetate i-Butyl Acetate Butyl Acrylate i-Butyl Acrylate Butyl Benzene (all isomers) n-Butyl Chloride t-Butyl Chloride n-Butyl Cyclohexane n-Butyl Ether t-Butyl Mercaptan s-Butyl Methyl Ether t-Butyl Methyl Ether Butyl Methacrylate i-Butyl Methacrylate 1-t-Butyl-4-methylbenzene Butyl Sulfide n-Butylbenzene i-Butylbenzene i-Butylene 1,2-Butylene Oxide 1-Butyne 2-Butyne Carbon Dioxide Carbon Disulfide Carbon Monoxide Carbon Tetrachloride Carbon Tetrafluoride Carbonyl Fluoride Carbonyl Sulfide Chlorine Chloroacetone Chlorobenzene Chlorobutane (all isomers) Chlorodifluoromethane 1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane Chloroethane Chloroethylene 1-Chloro-1-fluoroethane 1-Chloro-1-fluoroethylene 1-Chloro-3-fluorobenzene Chloroform Chloromethane 2-Chloroethyl Ethyl Sulfide 2-Chloroethyl Vinyl Ether Chloromethyl Methyl Sulfide 2-Chloro-2-methylpropane Chloropentafluoroethane Chloropentane (all isomers) 1-Chloropropane 2-Chloropropane 3-Chloropropylene Chlorotoluene (o,m,p) Chlorotrifluoroethylene Chlorotrifluoromethane Cumene i-Cumene Cyclobutane Cyclodecane Cycloheptane Cycloheptene Cyclohexane Cyclohexanol Cyclohexanone Cyclohexene Cyclooctane Cyclopentadiene Cyclopentane Cyclopentanone Cyclopentene Cyclopropane Decane i-Decane Decene (all isomers) Deuterium Dibromochloromethane 1-2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 1,2-Dibromo-1,1-difluoroethane Dibromofluoromethane Dibromomethane 1,2-Dibromoethane 1,2-Dibromoethylene Di-t-butyl-Disulfide Dichlorobenzene (o,m,p) 1,4-Dichlorobutane 1,4-Dichloro-2-butene, cis1,4-Dichloro-2-butene, trans3,4-Dichloro-1-butene 1,1-Dichloro-1-fluoroethane Dichlorodifluoromethane Dichloroethane Dichloroethylene 1,2-Dichloroethylene, cis1,2-Dichloroethylene, transDichlorofluoromethane Dichloromethane 1,5-Dichloropentane Dichloropropane 1,3-Dichloro-2-propanol 1,2-Dichloropropylene, cis1,2-Dichloropropylene, trans1,3-Dichloropropylene, cis1,3-Dichloropropylene, transDichloro-i-propyl Ether Dicycloheptadiene Dicyclopentadiene 1,1-Diethylcyclopentane Diethyl Disulfide Diethyl Ether Diethyl Sulfide Diethylbenzene (o,m,p) Diethylene Glycol Diethyl Ether Diethylene Glycol Dimethyl Ether Difluoroethane 1,1-Difluoroethylene Difluoromethane 2,2-Difluoropropane 1,2-Difluorotetrachloroethane 2,2-Dimethylbutane 2,3-Dimethylbutane 2,3-Dimethyl-1-butene 1,3-Dimethyl-4-ethylbenzene Dimethylheptane (all isomers) 2,2-Dimethylpentane 2,3-Dimethylpentane 2,4-Dimethylpentane 2,3-Dimethyl-1-pentene Di-t-butyl Disulfide Di-i-propyl Disulfide Di-n-propyl Disulfide Di-i-propyl Sulfide Di-n-propyl Sulfide Dimethyl Acetamide Dimethyl Disulfide Dimethyl Ether Dimethyl Formamide Dimethyl Sulfide Dimethyl Sulfone Dimethyl Sulfoxide Dimethylacetamide 2,2-Dimethyl-1-butene Dimethylcyclohexane (all isomers) Dimethylcyclopentene (all isomers) 1,2-Dimethylcyclopentane 1,3-Dimethylcyclopentane Dimethylhexane (all isomers) Dodecane Dodecene (all isomers) Ethane Ethanethiol Ethanol Ethyl Acetate Ethyl Acetylene Ethyl Acrylate 2-Ethyl-1-butene Ethyl t-Butyl Ether

* This is a partial listing. Inquire about the availability of other gases. Materials are subject to availability at the time of purchase.

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Available Pures

2-Ethyl-1-hexene Ethyl Phenol (all isomers) Ethyl Methacrylate Ethyl Methyl Sulfide Ethyl Sulfide Ethyl Toluene (o,m,p) Ethylbenzene Ethylcyclohexane 1-Ethylcyclohexene Ethylcyclopentane 2-Ethylhexyl Acetate 2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate Ethylene Ethylene Glycol Diethyl Ether Ethylene Glycol Diphenyl Ether Ethylene Oxide 3-Ethylpentane Ethyltoluene (all isomers) Fluorine Fluorobenzene Fluorodecane (all isomers) Fluoroethylene Fluoroethane Fluoropropane (all isomers) Fluorotoluene (all isomers) Fluoromethane Formaldehyde Formic Acid Gasoline (specify formulation) Reformulated Gasoline (RFG) Halocarbon 11 Halocarbon 12 Halocarbon 13 Halocarbon 13b1 Halocarbon 14 Halocarbon 21 Halocarbon 22 Halocarbon 31 Halocarbon 32 Halocarbon 112a Halocarbon 113 Halocarbon 114 Halocarbon 114a Halocarbon 115 Halocarbon 116 Halocarbon 123 Halocarbon 123a Halocarbon 134a Halocarbon 143 Halocarbon 143a Halocarbon 152a Halocarbon 216 Halocarbon 502 Halocarbon 1211 Helium Heptanal 2-Heptanone i-Heptane n-Heptane Heptene (all isomers) Reactive Nonreactive

Hexadiene (all isomers) Hexanal i-Hexane n-Hexane 1-Hexanethiol Hexanol (all isomers) Hexanone (all isomers) Hexene (all isomers) Hydrogen Hydrogen Arsenide Hydrogen Bromide Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Fluoride Hydrogen Sulfide Isoprene Krypton Methacrylonitrile Methane Methanethiol Methanol Methyl Acetate Methyl Acetylene Methyl Acrylate 2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene 2-Methyl-1-butanethiol 2-Methyl-1-butene 3-Methyl-1-butene Methyl Ethyl Ether Methyl Ethyl Sulfide Methyl Formate 2-Methyl-1-heptene 3-Methyl-2-hexanone 4-Methyl-1-hexene Methyl Isocyanate Methyl Methacrylate 2-Methyl-1-octene 3-Methyl-1,4-pentadiene 3-Methyl-2-pentanone 4-Methyl-2-pentanone 2-Methyl-1-pentene 2-Methyl-2-pentene 3-Methyl-1-pentene 3-Methyl-2-pentene, cis3-Methyl-2-pentene, trans4-Methyl-2-pentene, trans1-Methyl-1-phenylethylene 1-Methyl-2-propanethiol 2-Methyl-1-propanethiol 2-Methyl-2-propanethiol Methyl Propyl Disulfide 1-Methyl-2-propylbenzene 1-Methyl-3-propylbenzene Methyl Vinyl Ether Methyl Vinyl Ketone Methylcyclohexane Methylcyclohexene (all isomers) Methylcyclopentene (all isomers) Methylcyclopropane Methylheptane (all isomers)

Methylhexane (all isomers) Methylnonane (all isomers) Methyloctane (all isomers) Methylpentane (all isomers) Methylphenol (all isomers) 2-Methylpropionitrile n-Methylpyrrolidone 2-Methylthiophene 3-Methylthiophene Naphthalene Neon Neopentane Nitric Oxide Nitrobenzene Nitrogen Dioxide Nitrogen Trifluoride Nitromethane 2-Nitropropane 3-Nitrotoluene Nitrous Oxide i-Nonane n-Nonane Nonene (all isomers) Octadiene (all isomers) Octanal i-Octane n-Octane Octanone Octene (all isomers) n-Octyl Acetate Oxygen Pentachloroethane Pentadiene (all isomers) 1,3-Pentadiene, transPentafluoroethane i-Pentane n-Pentane i-Pentanethiol n-Pentanethiol Pentanol (all isomers) Pentanone (all isomers) Pentene (all isomers) n-Pentyl Benzene Pentyne (all isomers) Perchloroethane Perfluorobenzene Perfluorobutane Perfluorocyclobutane Perfluoroethane Phenol Phenyl Acetylene Phosgene Propanal Propane i-Propanethiol n-Propanethiol n-Propanol Propionitrile i-Propyl Acetate n-Propyl Acetate

i-Propyl Alcohol Propyl Cellosolve i-Propyl Ether i-Propyl Fluoride i-Propyl Sulfide Propylcyclohexane (all isomers) Propylcyclopentane (all isomers) Propylene Propylene Carbonate Propylene Chloride Propylene Oxide Propyltoluene (all isomers) Styrene Sulfur Dioxide Tetrachloroethane (all isomers) Tetrachloroethylene Tetrafluoroethane Tetrahydrofuran Tetramethylbenzene (all isomers) Trichlorobenzene (all isomers) 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane Trichloroethylene Trichlorofluoromethane Trichloropropane (all isomers) Triethylbenzene 1,1 1-Trifluoroethane 1,1 2-Trifluoroethane 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanethiol 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol Trifluorochloroethylene Trifluoromethane 2,2,4-Trimethyl-1-pentene 2,2,4-Trimethyl-2-pentene 2,3,3-Trimethyl-1-butene 2,4,4-Trimethyl-1-pentene 2,2,3-Trimethylbutane Trimethylbenzene (all isomers) 1,3,5-Trimethylcyclohexane 1,2,3-Trimethylcyclopentene Trimethylhexane (all isomers) 2,3,5-Trimethylhexane Trimethylpentane (all isomers) 2,2,3-Trimethylpentane Undecane Undecene (all isomers) 4-Vinyl-1-cyclohexene Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Acetylene Vinyl Bromide Vinyl Carbinol Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Fluoride Vinyl Toluene Toluene Water Xenon Xylene (o,m,p)

* This is a partial listing. Inquire about the availability of other gases. Materials are subject to availability at the time of purchase.

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Acetylene

Acetylene C2H2
Synonym: Ethyne
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 26.038 Specific Volume ............. 14.7 CF/lb. (0.91 m3/kg) Boiling Point ..................... -103F (-75C) 10 psig Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.171 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet ........... 410 (Canada Only), 510 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .................... Acetylene, Dissolved DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................. AB1F DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 74-86-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1001 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 2.5%; upper 80%. Acetylene decomposes at high-pressure. Do not discharge at pressures 15 psig. Do not use if cylinder pressure is 80 psig to avoid acetone contamination of process stream. An inline flash arrester is recommended for this product to prevent flash back in lines. Caution: may form explosive compounds with certain metals like copper, mercury or silver.

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 1 N2 < 0.4% Electronic Grade 2** AsH3 + PH3 < 25 ppm CH4 < 100 ppm CO < 20 ppm CO2 < 100 ppm H2 < 50 ppm H2S < 25 ppm N2 < 0.4% NH3 < 5 ppm O2 < 50 ppm Electronic Grade 1** AsH3 + PH3 < 25 ppm H2S < 25 ppm N2 < 0.4% NH3 < 5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.6% Contents Size 70 CF 330 m3 9 Pressure psig 250 bar 17 Weight lbs. 227 kg 103

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-202-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-202-(*)

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99.6%

70

330

250

17

227

103

268

99.6%

70

330

250

17

227

103

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-202-(*)

268

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative. ** Excluding acetone.

Our SCOTT gas delivery equipment is guaranteed to preserve the purity and integrity of your gas. See page 261.

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Air

Air
Synonyms: Synthetic

Air, Blended Air


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .......................... Air, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ..............................Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ........................... 132259-10-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1002 Safety Information May accelerate combustion. Not for human consumption.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 28.96 Specific Volume ............. 13.3 CF/lb. (0.82 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -317.8F (-194.3C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.202 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 590 LB CGA Valve Outlet ............................. 110, 170

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm NOx < 5 ppb** O2 2021% SOx < 5 ppb** THC < 0.05 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 2022% THC < 0.1 ppm Purity (Minimum) Contents Size 49 44 CF 283 238 m3 8 7 Pressure psig 2640 2265 bar 182 156 Weight lbs. 166 150 kg 75 68

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300B-590

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49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6*

283 4528 238 1428

8 128 7 41

2640 2640 2265 2265

182 182 156 156

166 2916 150 1030

75 1322 68 467

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-590 Q1-209A-590 Q1-14C-590 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-590 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Q1-14C-590

269 268 275 269

ALPHAGAZ Auto UZAM CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 315385 ppm*** H2O < 5 ppm O2 2021% THC < 0.05 ppm Acid Rain CEM Zero CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 2021% SOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm

49 44 30AL

283 238 144

8 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

166 150 80

75 68 36

270 275

30AL

144

2000

138

80

36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Q1-14C-590

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* Not available in Canada. ** 5 ppb = detection limit. *** Available without CO2 on request. Meets Federal Register specifications Title 40CFR 72.2.

Most SCOTT gas handling and distribution equipment is available for same-day shipping.

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Air

Air continued
Specifications
Grade VOC-FREE CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.3 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 2021% THC < 0.01 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto Zero CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 2021% THC < 1 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto Part 1065* CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm NOx < 0.02 ppm O2 20.521.5% THC < 0.05 ppm IM240 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 1821% THC < 0.1 ppm Bar 97 Zero CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 400 ppm NOx < 1 ppm O2 20.9% THC < 1 ppm Purity (Minimum) Contents Size 30AL CF 144 m3 4 Pressure psig 2000 bar 138 Weight lbs. 80 kg 36 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-215A-590 Q1-14C-590 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-19VOC-590

Page

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49 44 30AL

283 238 144

8 7 4

2400 2265 2000

166 156 138

182 150 80

83 68 36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-590 Q1-14C-590

269 275

49 44 30AL

283 238 144

8 7 4

2400 2265 2000

166 156 138

182 150 80

83 68 36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

30AL 16AL

144 78

4 2

2000 2000

138 138

80 34

36 15

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

30AL SIII**

144 8

4 0.2

2000 260

138 18

80 6

36 3

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

* Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 1065.750. ** SIII or SCOTTY III = SCOTTY 221L. Typical purity; individually analyzed for customer selected VOCs. Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 86: 114.79, 114.94, 214.94 and 514.78.

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Ammonia

Ammonia NH3
Synonym: Anhydrous

Ammonia
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ................... Ammonia, Anhydrous DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ...................................... AB1D1AE DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas Inhalation Hazard CAS Registry No. ............................... 7664-41-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1005 Safety Information Toxic gas Avoid inhalation of vapors. TLV = 25 ppm. Skin contact with liquid can cause frostbite upon evaporation. Ammonia is a flammable gas in air in the 1525% range, although it is classified as nonflammable in cylinders. Ammonia is a weak base that can react with acids, strong oxidizers and halogens.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 17.031 Specific Volume ............... 22.6 CF/lb. (1.4 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -28.2F (-33.4C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 0.73 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet CHEMGAZ 3 and 2 ........................... 660, 705 CHEMGAZ 1 ............................................. 240 Electronic Grades ...................................... 720 LB CGA Valve Outlet ..................................... 110

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 3 H2 < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 1 ppm CHEMGAZ 2 H2 < 5 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 5 ppm THC < 1 ppm CHEMGAZ 1 H2O < 50 ppm* Purity (Minimum) 99.9995% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 30AL 16 lbs. 50 30 15 kg 23 14 7 Pressure psig 114 114 114 bar 8 8 8 Weight lbs. 183 78 78 kg 83 35 35

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-217A-(**)

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44 30AL 16

50 30 15

23 14 7

114 114 114

8 8 8

183 78 78

83 35 35

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2000 125 44 16 LB 44 30AL 16

1740 150 50 15 6 ozs. 50 35 15

789 68 23 7 0.1 23 16 7

114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

3140 318 183 78 78 185 85 90

1423 144 83 35 35 84 39 40

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213A-240 LB Regulator Q1-220AS-110

271 295

Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.2 ppm CO2 < 0.2 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 1 ppm
* In Canada, H2O < 100 ppm. ** Available with CGA 660 or 705.

99.9995%

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-217A-720

272

99.999%

44 30AL 16

50 35 15

23 16 7

114 114 114

8 8 8

185 85 90

84 39 40

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-217A-720

272

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Argon

Argon Ar
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 39.95 Specific Volume ................. 9.7 CF/lb. (0.6 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -302.6F (-185.9C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.67 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................... 580, 677, 718 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ..................... Argon, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7440-37-1 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1006 Safety Information Argon displaces oxygen in confined spaces and will not support life. Liquid argon can cause frostbite when in contact with skin.

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9995% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6 CF 336 5376 255 1530 m3 10 152 7 43 Pressure psig 2640 2640 2265 2265 bar 182 182 156 156 Weight lbs. 177 3096 158 1023 kg 81 1402 72 464

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580

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49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6 44HH LB

336 5376 255 1530 524 2

10 152 7 43 15 0.1

2640 2640 2265 2265 6000 1800

182 182 156 156 414 124

177 3096 158 1023 357 4

81 1402 72 464 162 2

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-211B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-2900AS-677* LB Regulator Q1-20B-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-580

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ALPHAGAZ 1000 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Electronic Grade 3 (Sputtering Grade) CO + CO2 < 0.2 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.2 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm
* For 44HH cylinder. Not available in Canada.

99.999% Liquid Phase

450 230 180 160 49 44

11003 6073 4961 4448 336 255

289 160 130 117 10 7

230 230 230 230 2640 2265

16 16 16 16 182 156

2388 928 773 710 177 158

1083 421 351 332 81 72

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Two-Stage Regulator Q1-215B-718

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Argon

Argon continued
Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 3 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9995% Contents Size 49 44 16 CF 336 255 83 m3 10 7 2 Pressure psig 2640 2265 2000 bar 182 156 138 Weight lbs. 178 158 74 kg 81 72 34 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-718

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49 44 16

336 255 83

10 7 2

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

178 158 74

81 72 34

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-718

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Arsine

Arsine AsH3
Synonyms: Arsenic

Trihydride, Hydrogen Arsenide


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 200 DOT/TC Name .......................................... Arsine DOT Class ........................... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class .................................. AB1D1AD2A DOT Label .......................Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ............................... 7784-42-1 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2188 Safety Information Poisonous, flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: lower 5.1%; upper 78%. Cancer suspect agent. Causes severe blood, liver, kidney and other organ damage. Symptoms may be delayed. May form explosive mixture with air.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 77.95 Specific Volume .................. 5 CF/lb. (0.31 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -80.5F (-62.5C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.29 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CH4 < 0.1 ppm CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.1 ppm N2 < 0.1 ppm O2 < 0.1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CH4 < 1 ppm CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Phosphine < 1 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9995% Contents Size 16 7 lbs. 8 4 kg 4 2 Pressure psig 205 205 bar 14 14 Weight lbs. 66 27 kg 30 12

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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16 7

25 11

11 5

205 205

14 14

76 33

35 15

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Boron Trichloride

Boron Trichloride BCI3


Synonym: Trichloroborane
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 117.17 Specific Volume ................. 3.3 CF/lb. (0.2 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... 54.3F (12.4C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 4.95 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 634 Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name .......................... Boron Trichloride DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone C TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ........................ Poison Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................. 10294-34-5 UN No./IATA No. ................................... UN 1741 Safety Information Colorless, poisonous, corrosive (nonflammable) gas with a pungent and choking odor. Irritating to eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Can cause respiratory tract burns.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CH4 < 0.5 ppm Cl2 < 2 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Metals* Al < 50 ppb Ca < 50 ppb Cr < 50 ppb Cu < 10 ppb Fe < 100 ppb K < 50 ppb Mg < 10 ppb Na < 50 ppb Ni < 10 ppb Si < 250 ppb Electronic Grade 2 Cl2 < 5 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm COCl2 < 100 ppm N2 < 4 ppm O2 < 2 ppm Si < 10 ppm (liquid) THC < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 Cl2 < 5 ppm CO < 10 ppm CO2 < 100 ppm N2 < 250 ppm O2 < 100 ppm Si < 10 ppm (liquid) THC < 50 ppm
* ppb wt liquid phase.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 44NP 16NP 7NP lbs. 110 35 14 kg 50 16 6 Pressure psig 4 4 4 bar 0.3 0.3 0.3 Weight lbs. 245 101 42 kg 111 46 19 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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44NP 16NP 7NP

110 35 14

50 16 6

4 4 4

0.3 0.3 0.3

245 101 42

111 46 19

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.9%

44 16 7

100 32 14

46 15 6

4 4 4

0.3 0.3 0.3

235 97 42

107 44 19

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Boron Trifluoride

Boron Trifluoride BF3


Synonym: Boron

Fluoride
Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ..... Boron Trifluoride, Compressed DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone B TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ......................................... Poison Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7637-07-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1008 Safety Information Poisonous, corrosive, high-pressure gas. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns. May cause kidney damage. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 67.81 Specific Volume ............... 5.6 CF/lb. (0.35 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -147.8F (-99.9C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 3.072 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 330, 642

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 N2 < 15 ppm O2 < 5 ppm SiF4 < 50 ppm SO2 < 25 ppm Electronic Grade 2 Boron 11 Enriched Ar < 25 ppm CO2 < 25 ppm HF < 25 ppm N2 < 25 ppm O2 < 25 ppm SO2 < 25ppm Boron 11 Enrichment (Atomic %) > 99% Electronic Grade 1 N2 < 3200 ppm O2 < 800 ppm SiF4 < 300 ppm SO2 < 25 ppm Electronic Grade 1 Boron 11 Enriched N2 + O2 + SiF4 < 1000 ppm Boron 11 Enrichment (Atomic %) > 95% Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 16 7 3 lbs. 7 3 1 kg 3 1 0.6 Pressure psig 1000 1000 1000 bar 69 69 69 Weight lbs. 72 31 12 kg 33 14 6

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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3 LBX

1 0.3

0.6 0.1

1000 900

69 62

12 4

6 2

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.5%

16 7 3

7 3 1

3 1 0.6

1000 1000 1000

69 69 69

72 31 12

33 14 6

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.5%

3 LBX

1 0.3

0.6 0.1

1000 900

69 62

12 4

6 2

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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1,3-Butadiene

1,3-Butadiene C4H6
Synonyms: Biethylene,

Buta-1,3-Diene
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name .................................... 1,3-Butadiene TC Name .......................... Butadienes, Stabilized DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ...................................... AB1D2AF DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 106-99-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1010 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 2%; upper 11.5%. Suspected human carcinogen.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 54.092 Specific Volume .................. 7 CF/lb. (0.43 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................ 24.046F (-4.42C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.36 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 133 27 0.4 kg 60 12 0.2 Pressure psig 21 2 21 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 206 83 6 kg 93 37 3

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube and helium pressure pad upon request. Air Liquide also manufactures liquid and vapor phase calibration standards in a 1,3-Butadiene balance for analysis of trace impurities in hydrocarbon process streams. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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n-Butane

n-Butane C4H10
Synonyms: Normal

Butane, Methylethylmethane, Butyl Hydride or Diethyl


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ......................................... Butane DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 106-97-8 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1011 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.9%; upper 8.5%. Not compatible with strong oxidizers. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 58.124 Specific Volume ................ 6.4 CF/lb. (0.4 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... 31.1F (-0.5C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.52 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 3 Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Liquid Phase Contents Size 22LP LB lbs. 25 0.4 kg 12 0.2 Pressure psig 16 16 bar 1 1 Weight lbs. 46 5 kg 21 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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CHEMGAZ 2

99.5% Liquid Phase

108* 22LP LB

120 25 0.4

55 12 0.2

16 16 16

1 1 1

195 46 4

89 21 2

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CHEMGAZ 1

99% Liquid Phase

108* 22LP LB

120 25 0.4

55 12 0.2

16 16 16

1 1 1

195 46 4

89 21 2

269 294 332

* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube and helium pressure pad upon request. Other cylinder sizes available upon request. Air Liquide also manufactures liquid and vapor phase calibration standards in an n-butane balance for analysis of trace impurities in hydrocarbon process streams. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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1-Butene

1-Butene C4H8
Synonym: Butene
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 56.11 Specific Volume ............... 6.7 CF/lb. (0.42 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. 20.75F (-6.25C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.38 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ........................................... 1-Butene TC Name ............................................... Butylene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 106-98-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1012 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.6%; upper 9.3%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 126 25 0.4 kg 57 11 0.2 Pressure psig 24 24 24 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 199 48 4 kg 90 22 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube and helium pressure pad upon request.

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cis-2-Butene, trans-2-Butene

cis-2-Butene C2H8
Synonym: Dimethylethylene
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 56.11 Specific Volume ............... 6.7 CF/lb. (0.42 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................... 38.69F (3.72C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 2.442 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 170 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ....... Liquefied Gas, Flammable, n.o.s. TC Name ............................................... Butylene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 590-18-1 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1012 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: lower 1.7%; upper 9%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 133 27 0.4 kg 60 12 0.2 Pressure psig 13 13 13 bar 0.9 0.9 0.9 Weight lbs. 206 48 4 kg 93 22 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170

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trans-2-Butene C4H8
Synonym: Trans-Butene
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 56.11 Specific Volume ............... 6.7 CF/lb. (0.42 m3/kg) Boiling Point ......................... 33F (0.88C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 2.417 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 170 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ....... Liquefied Gas, Flammable, n.o.s. TC Name ............................................... Butylene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 624-64-6 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1012 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.8%; upper 9.7%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 129 25 0.4 kg 59 11 0.2 Pressure psig 15 15 15 bar 1 1 1 Weight lbs. 202 46 4 kg 92 22 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170

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* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube and helium pressure pad upon request.

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Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide CO2


Synonyms: Carbonyl

Anhydride, Carbonic Acid Gas


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ............................ Carbon Dioxide DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 124-38-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1013 Safety Information Cold gas or liquid can cause frostbite. Can cause rapid suffocation. Can increase respiration and heart rate.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 44.01 Specific Volume ............. 8.76 CF/lb. (0.55 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -109.2F (-78.4C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.87 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 320, 716 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ SFE* CO < 2 ppm H2 < 2 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 20 ppm O2 < 2 ppm ALPHAGAZ SFC H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 50 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 2 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.997% Contents Size 30AL lbs. 39 kg 18 Pressure psig 1515*** bar 105 Weight lbs. 85 kg 38

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-320 Q1-318C-320 Scale Q5-88LC

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99.995%

44 30AL

50 35

23 16

830 830

57 57

183 85

83 38

Heated Regulator Q1-211H-320 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-320 Scale Q5-88LC Heated Regulator Q1-211H-320 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-320 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-320 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 CO2 Heater Q5-86-320

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ALPHAGAZ 1** H2O < 10 ppm O2 < 10 ppm

99.99%

44 LB

50 0.5

23 0.2

830 830

57 57

183 4

83 2

269 269 269 294 340

* ECD responsive < 100 ppt; FID responsive < 10 ppb. ** Oxygen analysis available for anaerobic use please inquire. *** Cylinder pressure with helium pressure pad and dip tube. Available with helium headspace please inquire. < 2 ppm in gas phase. Please specify if dip tube is needed for liquid withdrawal.

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Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide continued


Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.1 ppm H2O < 3 ppm N2 < 8 ppm O2 < 4 ppm THC < 2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 2 ppm N2 + O2 < 50 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm High-Purity Purity (Minimum) 99.998% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 30AL 16 lbs. 50 40 20 kg 23 18 9 Pressure psig 830 830 830 bar 57 57 57 Weight lbs. 185 90 85 kg 84 41 39 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(**) Q1-318C-(**)

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44 30AL 16

50 40 20

23 18 9

830 830 830

57 57 57

185 90 85

84 41 39

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(**) Q1-318C-(**)

270 270

99.8%

44 44 x 6* LB

50 300 0.5

23 136 0.2

830 830 830

57 57 57

185 1330 4.2

84 607 2

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-320 Q1-209A-320 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-320 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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* Not available in Canada. ** Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide CO
Synonyms: Carbonic

Oxide, Exhaust Gas


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name ... Carbon Monoxide, Compressed DOT Class ........................... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone D TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class .................................. AB1D1AD2A DOT Label .......................Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ................................. 630-08-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1016 Safety Information Poisonous, flammable, odorless, high-pressure gas. Flammability limits: lower 12.5%; upper 74%. Use carbon monoxide monitors in enclosed space can be fatal even with adequate oxygen. Can form explosive mixtures with air.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 28.01 Specific Volume ............. 13.7 CF/lb. (0.86 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -312.7F (-191.5C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.184 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 724 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 3 Ar < 1 ppm CO2 < 15 ppm H2 < 30 ppm Kr < 5 ppm N2 < 200 ppm THC < 10 ppm CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) 99.97% Contents Size 44 16 7 LB CF 175 70 27 2 m3 5 2 0.8 0.1 Pressure* psig 1660 1660 1660 1500 bar 115 115 115 103 Weight lbs. 145 68 30 4 kg 66 31 14 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-14C-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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99.5%

49 44 LB

236 175 2

7 5 0.1

2000 1660 1500

138 115 103

160 145 4

73 66 2

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-209A-350 Q1-14C-350 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-350 Q1-202B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-209A-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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CHEMGAZ 1 O2 < 10 ppm

99%

49 44 LB

236 175 2

7 5 0.1

2000 1660 1500

138 115 103

160 145 4

73 66 2

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* In Canada, cylinder pressure is 1500 psig (103 bar). Tube trailer quantities of carbon monoxide are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide continued


Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 Ar < 10 ppm CH4 < 2 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm Fe(CO)5 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 3 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 3 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CH4 < 30 ppm CO2 < 80 ppm H2 < 5 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 40 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.995% Contents Size 47AL 30AL CF 227 125 m3 6 4 Pressure psig 2000 1660 bar 138 115 Weight lbs. 120 60 kg 54 27 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(*)

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44 30AL

175 125

5 4

1660 1660

115 115

145 60

66 27

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(*)

270

* Specify CGA. Only brass models are available for these grades. Tube trailer quantities of carbon monoxide are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Chlorine

Chlorine Cl2
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 70.906 Specific Volume ............... 5.4 CF/lb. (0.33 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -29.3F (-34.1C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.04 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 728 Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ....................................... Chlorine DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone B TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ......................................... Poison Gas Corrosive, Inhalation Hazard CAS Registry No. ............................... 7782-50-5 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1017 Safety Information Poisonous, corrosive liquid and gas under pressure. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns. Can support combustion.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) 99.97% Liquid Phase 99.5% Liquid Phase Contents Size Please Inquire 150 150 68 85 6 309 140 lbs. kg Pressure psig bar Weight lbs. kg

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number

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Electronic Grade 3 Ar + O2 < 1 ppm CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 5 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Metals* Cr < 25 ppm Fe < 100 ppm Na < 50 ppm Ni < 25 ppm Electronic Grade 2 Ar + O2 < 4 ppm CO2 < 8 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 4 ppm THC < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 50 ppm H2O < 10 ppm N2 < 20 ppm O2 < 10 ppm THC < 5 ppm

99.999%

44NP 16NP 7NP

110 40 15

50 18 7

85 85 85

6 6 6

235 105 43

107 48 20

99.998%

44 16 7

90 40 15

41 18 7

85 85 85

6 6 6

225 105 43

102 48 20

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.99%

44 16 7

90 40 15

41 18 7

85 85 85

6 6 6

225 105 43

102 48 20

Application Dependent Please Inquire

* ppb wt liquid phase. Gas safety cabinets and two-point dilution systems are also available for listed chlorine grade specifications see page 312.

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Deuterium

Deuterium D2
Synonym: Heavy

Hydrogen
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .............. Deuterium, Compressed DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7782-39-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1957 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 5%; upper 75%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May ignite if valve is open to air. Burns with an invisible flame.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 4.032 Specific Volume ............. 95.9 CF/lb. (5.95 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -417.3F (-249.6C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 0.168 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 350 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99.7% Contents Size 44 7 LB CF 177 18 2 liters 5000 500 50 Pressure psig 1100 1090 1800 bar 76 75 124 Weight lbs. 134 5 4 kg 61 2 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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Dichlorosilane

Dichlorosilane SiH2CI2
Synonym: Dichlorosilicon

Dihydride
Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ............................... Dichlorosilane DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone B TC Class ............................................ 2.3 (2.1) (8) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) (Corrosive) WHMIS Class .................................. AB1B6D1AE DOT Label ...................... Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ............................... 4109-96-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2189 Safety Information Poisonous, flammable, corrosive liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: lower 4.1%; upper 98.8%. Can form explosive mixture with air. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 101.01 Specific Volume ............. 3.83 CF/lb. (0.24 m3/kg) Boiling Point ........................ 46.8F (8.2C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 4.27 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 636, 678

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm SiCl4 < 0.01% SiHCl3 < 0.05% SiH3Cl < 0.1% THC (total C1C3) < 1 ppm Resistivity > 400 Ohm-cm Metals* Al < 5 ppb As < 0.2 ppb B < 0.1 ppb Fe < 50 ppb P < 0.3 ppb
* ppb wt liquid phase.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Contents Size 44 NP 16NP 7NP lbs. 95 30 15 kg 43 14 7 Pressure psig 10 10 10 bar 0.7 0.7 0.7 Weight lbs. 230 95 43 kg 104 43 20 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Disilane

Disilane Si2H6
Synonyms: Silicon

Hexahydride, Disilicane
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ..... Compressed Gas, Flammable, n.o.s. (Disilane) DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ...................................... AB1D2BF DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 1590-87-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1954 Safety Information Pyrophoric, flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: please inquire. Ignites on contact with air.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 62.22 Specific Volume .................. 5.4 CF/lb. (0.5 m3/kg Boiling Point ...................... 5.9F (-14.5C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ......................... 2.97 g/L Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CH4 < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 + Ar < 1 ppm SiH4 < 1000 ppm Chlorosilanes < 0.2 ppm Higher silanes < 50 ppm Siloxanes < 5 ppm Resistivity > 1000 Ohm-cm (n-type) Electronic Grade 1 CH4 < 2 ppm CO2 < 2 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 + Ar < 2 ppm SiH4 < 5000 ppm Higher silanes < 500 ppm Purity* (Minimum) 99.998% Contents Size 44 16 7 lbs. 22 8 4 kg 10 4 2 Pressure psig 33 33 33 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 147 84 29 kg 67 38 13

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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44 16 7

22 8 4

10 4 2

33 33 33

2 2 2

147 84 29

67 38 13

Application Dependent Please Inquire

* Excluding mono and higher silanes.

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Ethane

Ethane C2H6
Synonyms: Ethyl

Hydride, Methyl Methane


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ......................................... Ethane DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ....................................74-84-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1035 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: lower 3%; upper 12.4%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause anesthetic effects. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 30.07 Specific Volume ............. 12.8 CF/lb. (0.79 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............. -127.53F (-88.63C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.282 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 350 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) 99.98% Contents Size 44 16 LB lbs. 32 12 0.3 kg 15 6 0.1 Pressure psig 543 543 543 bar 37 37 37 Weight lbs. 146 75 6 kg 66 34 3

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-209A-350 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-350 Q1-202B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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CHEMGAZ 1

99.5%

44 16 LB

32 12 0.3

15 6 0.1

543 543 543

37 37 37

146 75 6

66 34 3

269 268 269 268 294 332

Tube trailer quantities of ethane are available, as well as deuterated compounds on request contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Ethylene

Ethylene C2H4
Synonym: Ethene
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 28.054 Specific Volume ............. 13.7 CF/lb. (0.86 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -154.8F (-103.8C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.178 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 350 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ............................................. Ethylene TC Name ......................... Ethylene, Compressed DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 74-85-1 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1962 Safety Information Flammable high-pressure gas. Flammability limits: lower 3%; upper 34%. Can form explosive mixture with air. Do not use for medical applications. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 3 Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 49 44 LBX 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 16 LB 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 16 LB lbs. 37 30 0.3 37 592 30 180 11 0.3 37 592 30 180 11 0.2 kg 17 14 0.3 17 268 14 82 5 0.3 17 268 14 82 5 0.1 Pressure psig 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 bar 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 Weight lbs. 180 142 5 180 3188 142 1065 74 5 180 3188 927 1065 74 3.9 kg 82 65 2 82 1445 65 483 335 2 82 1445 420 483 335 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-14C-350 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-14C-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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CHEMGAZ 2

99.96%

270 275 294

CHEMGAZ 1

99.5%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-209A-350 Q1-14C-350 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-350 Q1-202B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

269 268 275 269 268 294

* Not available in Canada. Tube trailer quantities of ethylene are available. CHEMGAZ 1 may be sold for crop applications in permitted states; specify product registered with FIFRA when ordering.

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Germane

Germane GeH4
Synonyms: Germanium

Hydride, Germanium Tetrahydride


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ...................................... Germane DOT Class ................ 2.3 (Poison) Hazard Zone B TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ........................................ AB6D1A DOT Label ...................... Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ............................... 7782-65-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2192 Safety Information Poison and flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 2%; upper 98%. Symptoms may be delayed. May ignite on contact with air. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 76.62 Specific Volume .............. 5.05 CF/lb.(0.14 m3/kg) Boiling Point ....................... -127F (-88C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.15 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 2 ppm Ge2H6 < 20 ppm Ge3H8 < 2 ppm H2 < 60 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 1 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 16AL 7AL lbs. 1 0.3 kg 0.5 0.1 Pressure psig 118 65 bar 8 5 Weight lbs. 33 17 kg 15 8

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Halocarbon 14

Halocarbon 14 CF4
Synonyms: Tetrafluoromethane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 88.01 Vapor Pressure ................... 543.2 psia at -50.2F Specific Volume ................. 4.4 CF/lb. (0.3 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -198.4F (-128C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.72 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 320, 716

Carbon Tetrafluoride, Carbon Fluoride, Freon 14, R14


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ............................ Tetrafluoromethane TC Name ......... Tetrafluoromethane, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class .................................................. A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 75-73-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1982 Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 4 ppm SF6 < 1 ppm THC < 1 ppm Other organics < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 5 ppm SF6 < 1 ppm THC < 1 ppm Other organics < 1 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 44 30AL 16 lbs. 70 40 25 kg 32 18 11 Pressure psig 2000 1750 2000 bar 138 120 138 Weight lbs. 205 90 90 kg 93 41 41

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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99.998%

44 30AL 16

70 40 25

32 18 11

2000 1750 2000

138 120 138

205 90 90

93 41 41

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

275 271

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 23

Halocarbon 23 CHF3
Synonyms: Fluoroform,

Trifluoromethane, Freon 23, R23


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .......................... Trifluoromethane DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 75-46-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1984 Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ......................................... 70.1 Vapor Pressure ....................... 649.7 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............... 5.5 CF/lb. (0.34 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................... -115.6F (-82C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.99 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO2 < 10 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 + O2 + CO < 20 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Halocarbons < 10 ppm Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 10 ppm N2 + O2 < 0.5% THC < 1 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Halocarbons < 0.1% Purity (Minimum) 99.995% Contents Size 44 16 7 lbs. 70 20 9 kg 32 9 4 Pressure psig 635 635 635 bar 44 44 44 Weight lbs. 205 85 37 kg 93 39 17

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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99.4%

44 16 7

70 20 9

32 9 4

635 635 635

44 44 44

205 85 37

93 39 17

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 32

Halocarbon 32 CH2F2
Synonym: Difluoromethane,

R32
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ........................... Difluoromethane DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 75-10-5 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN3252 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: lower 14%; upper 31%. Can form explosive mixture with air. Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 52.02 Vapor Pressure ....................... 221.4 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............... 7.19 CF/lb. (0.2 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... -61F (-51.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 2.155 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 724

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 2 ppm CO2 < 5 ppm H2O < 5 ppm wt N2 < 8 ppm O2 < 2 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Halocarbons < 10 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 5 ppm H2O < 10 ppm wt N2 < 40 ppm O2 < 10 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Halocarbons < 100 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.995% Contents Size 44 16 lbs. 90 15 kg 41 7 Pressure psig 207 207 bar 14 14 Weight lbs. 215 100 kg 98 45

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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99.95%

44 16

90 15

41 7

207 207

14 14

215 100

98 45

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 41

Halocarbon 41 CH3F
Synonyms: Methyl

Fluoride, Fluoromethane, R41


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ............................ Methyl Fluoride DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 593-53-3 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2454 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas under pressure. Flammability limits: please inquire. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 34.03 Vapor Pressure ....................... 552.7 psia at 70F Specific Volume ........... 11.36 CF/lb. (0.32 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -109.2F (-78.4C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ......................... 1 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 724

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CO < 2 ppm CO2 < 5 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Halocarbons < 10 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 5 ppm H2O < 10 ppm N2 < 50 ppm O2 < 10 ppm Other Halocarbons < 300 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.995% Contents Size 44 16 lbs. 25 9 kg 12 4 Pressure psig 538 538 bar 37 37 Weight lbs. 150 75 kg 68 34

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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99.95%

44 16

25 9

12 4

538 538

37 37

150 75

68 34

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

275 271

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 116

Halocarbon 116 C2F6


Synonyms: Hexafluoroethane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 138.01 Vapor Pressure .......................... 432 psia at 68F Specific Volume ............... 2.8 CF/lb. (0.08 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -108.8F (-78.2C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 5.84 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Freon 116, R116


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ............................... Hexafluoroethane TC Name ........... Hexafluoroethane, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 75-16-4 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2193 Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 3 ppm THC < 1 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Organics < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 2 H2O < 5 ppm N2 + O2 + CO2 < 25 ppm Other Organics < 20 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.995% Contents Size 44 30AL 16 lbs. 95 65 30 kg 43 30 14 Pressure psig 430 430 430 bar 30 30 30 Weight lbs. 230 115 95 kg 104 52 43

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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99.99%

44 30AL 16

95 65 30

43 30 14

430 430 430

30 30 30

230 115 95

104 52 43

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

275 271

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 125, 134a

Halocarbon 125 C2HF5


Synonyms: Pentafluoroethane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 120.03 Vapor Pressure ....................... 181.1 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............. 3.17 CF/lb. (0.09 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... -54.4F (-48C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ......................... 2 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Freon 125, Suva 125, R125


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ........................ Pentafluoroethane DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 354-33-6 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN3220 Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 10 ppm wt N2 < 65 ppm O2 < 15 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt Other Organics < 100 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 44 16 lbs. 90 35 kg 41 16 Pressure psig 175 175 bar 12 12 Weight lbs. 225 100 kg 102 45

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Halocarbon 134a CH2FCF3


Synonyms: 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 102.04 Vapor Pressure ......................... 85.9 psia at 70F Specific Volume ................. 3.7 CF/lb. (0.1 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -15.7F (-26.5C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 4.25 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Freon 134A, Suva Tran A/C, R134a


Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ............. 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 811-97-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN3159

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 Purity (Minimum) 99.95% Contents Size 44 3 lbs. 115 15 kg 52 7 Pressure psig 71 71 bar 5 5 Weight lbs. 235 26 kg 107 12

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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Halocarbon 218

Halocarbon 218 C3F8


Synonym: Perofluoropropane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 188.02 Vapor Pressure ....................... 114.7 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............. 2.02 CF/lb. (0.06 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -34.1F (-36.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ......................... 8 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Octafluoropropane, R218
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ....................... Octafluoropropane DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 76-19-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2424

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 10 ppm wt N2 + O2 < 400 ppm Acidity < 0.1 ppm wt** Other Organics < 400 ppm* Purity (Minimum) 99.96% Contents Size 44 16 lbs. 100 30 kg 45 14 Pressure psig 100 100 bar 7 7 Weight lbs. 239 97 kg 105 44

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(***) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(***)

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Halocarbon C318

Halocarbon C318 C4F8


Synonym: Octafluorocyclobutane
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 200.03 Vapor Pressure ......................... 39.7 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............. 1.85 CF/lb. (0.05 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... 21.5F (-5.8C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 8.82 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ................. Octafluorocyclobutane DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 115-25-3 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1976 Safety Information Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm wt N2 < 3 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Other Halocarbons < 10 ppm Electronic Grade 2 H2O < 5 ppm wt N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Other Halocarbons < 80 ppm Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 10 ppm wt N2 + O2 + CO2 < 300 ppm Other Halocarbons < 1000 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 44 lbs. 44 kg 20 Pressure psig 25 bar 2 Weight lbs. 179 kg 81

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99.997%

44 16

44 22

20 10

25 25

2 2

179 97

81 44

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99.9%

44 16

44 22

20 10

25 25

2 2

179 97

81 44

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(*) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(*)

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* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon C1418

Halocarbon C1418 C5F8


Synonyms: Octafluorocyclopentene,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 212.04 Vapor Pressure ....................... 11.89 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............................. Please Inquire Boiling Point ......................... 80.6F (27C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ....................... 10 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 716

Zeorora ZFL-58
Safety Information Can cause irritation of respiratory tract, eyes and skin. May cause frostbite.

Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT Name ............ Toxic, Liquids, Organic, n.o.s. TC Name ................. Poisonous Liquids (Organic) Octafluorocyclopentene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) DOT Label ......................................... Poison Gas WHMIS Class ............................................. AD2B CAS Registry No. ................................. 559-40-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2810

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 10 ppm wt N2 < 100 ppmv O2 < 20 ppmv Metals* Al < 5 ppb Ca < 5 ppb Cu < 5 ppb Fe < 5 ppb Mg < 5 ppb Na < 5 ppb Ni < 5 ppb Zi < 5 ppb Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 16 7 lbs. 110 40 15 kg 50 18 7 Pressure psig 12 12 12 bar 0.8 0.8 0.8 Weight lbs. 235 105 37 kg 107 48 17

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(**) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(**)

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* ppb wt liquid phase. ** Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Halocarbon 2316

Halocarbon 2316 C4F6


Synonym: Hexafluoro1,3-Butadiene
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 162.03 Vapor Pressure ............................ 25 psia at 70F Specific Volume ............................. Please Inquire Boiling Point ........................... 43F (6.1C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ......................... 7 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 724 Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name .................... Liquefied Gas, Toxic, Flammable, n.o.s. DOT Class .......................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ........................................ AB1D2B DOT Label ...................... Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ................................. 685-63-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN3160 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: please inquire. Can form explosive mixture with air. My cause irritation to eyes, skin and mucous membranes.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 H2O < 20 ppm N2 < 40 ppm O2 < 10 ppm Acidity < 1 ppm wt* Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 16 7 lbs. 40 14 7 kg 18 7 3 Pressure psig 25 25 25 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 150 79 28 kg 68 36 13

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(**) Single-Stage Regulator Q1-213B-(**)

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* as HF. Other fluorocarbons < 800 ppm per batch analysis only. ** Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Helium

Helium He
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 4.003 Specific Volume .................. 96.6 CF/lb. (6 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............. -452.1F (-268.94C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 0.169 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................... 580, 677, 718 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ................... Helium, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ..............................Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7440-59-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1046 Safety Information Helium is an inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Purity** (Minimum) 99.9998% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* CF 291 4656 223 1338 m3 8 132 6 38 Pressure psig 2640 2640 2265 2265 bar 182 182 156 156 Weight lbs. 146 2596 135 885 kg 66 1177 61 401

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

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49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 44HH 500* 250* 100* 60* 49 44

291 4656 223 1338 473 13315 7219 2887 1732 291 223

8 132 6 38 134 350 175 70 62 8 7

2640 2640 2265 2265 6000 10 10 10 10 2640 2265

182 182 156 156 414 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 182 156

146 2596 135 885 357 687 432 245 204 146 136

67 1177 61 401 162 312 196 111 93 66 61

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-2900AS-677***

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ALPHAGAZ 1000 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 0.5 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm
* Not available in Canada. ** Excluding neon. *** For 44HH cylinder.

99.999%

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.9995%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

99.999%

49 44

291 223

8 7

2640 2265

182 156

146 136

66 61

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

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Hydrogen

Hydrogen H2
Synonym: Molecular

Hydrogen
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ............... Hydrogen, Compressed DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 1333-74-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1049 Safety Information Flammable high-pressure gas. Flammability limits: lower 4%; upper 75%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May ignite if valve is open to air. Burns with an invisible flame.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 2.016 Specific Volume ........... 191.3 CF/lb. (11.9 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -423F (-252.8C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 0.085 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 724

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Electronic Grade 3 CO + CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 2 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 3 ppm N2 < 4 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm
* Not available in Canada.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.9998% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* CF 261 4176 219 1314 m3 7 118 6 37 Pressure psig 2400 2400 2265 2265 bar 166 166 156 156 Weight lbs. 145 2580 135 885 kg 66 1170 61 401 Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350

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49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 49 44 16

261 4176 219 1314 261 219 66

7 118 6 37 7 7 2

2400 2400 2265 2265 2400 2000 2000

166 166 156 156 166 138 138

145 2580 135 885 145 135 66

66 1170 61 401 66 61 30

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350

270

99.9999%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-215B-350

270 271

99.9995%

49 44 16

261 219 66

7 7 2

2400 2265 2000

166 156 138

146 136 66

66 61 30

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-215B-350 Q1-14C-350

270 271 275

99.999%

49 44 16

261 219 66

7 7 2

2400 2265 2000

166 156 138

146 136 66

66 61 30

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-215B-350 Q1-14C-350

270 271 275

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Hydrogen Bromide

Hydrogen Bromide HBr


Synonym: Anhydrous

Hydrobromic Acid
Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name .... Hydrogen Bromide, Anhydrous DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone C TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ........................ Poison Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................. 10035-10-6 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1048 Safety Information Corrosive liquid and gas under pressure. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 80.92 Specific Volume ................. 4.8 CF/lb. (0.3 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -88.1F (-66.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.44 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 330, 634

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CH4 < 0.5 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Metals* Cr < 50 ppb Cu < 25 ppb Fe < 150 ppb Mg < 25 ppb Mn < 25 ppb Na < 25 pbb Ni < 50 ppb Electronic Grade 2 CH4 < 5 ppm CO < 5 ppm CO2 < 20 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 50 ppm H2O < 50 ppm HCl < 1000 ppm N2 < 400 ppm O2 < 100 ppm
* ppb wt liquid phase.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 44NP 16NP lbs. 130 40 kg 60 18 Pressure psig 320 320 bar 22 22 Weight lbs. 255 107 kg 116 49 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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44NP 16NP 7NP

130 40 10

60 18 5

320 320 320

22 22 22

255 107 38

116 49 17

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.8%

44NP 16NP 7NP

130 40 10

60 18 5

320 320 320

22 22 22

255 107 38

116 49 17

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Hydrogen Chloride

Hydrogen Chloride HCI


Synonyms: Hydrochloric

Acid, Anhydrous Hydrochloric Acid


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name .... Hydrogen Chloride, Anhydrous DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone C TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label .................. Poisonous Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................... 7647-01-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1050 Safety Information Poisonous and corrosive gas. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns. Use proper protective equipment with this product.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 36.46 Specific Volume ............. 10.9 CF/lb. (0.68 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -121.1F (-85.1C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.56 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 330, 634 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 110

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 44 lbs. 60 kg 27 Pressure psig 613 bar 42 Weight lbs. 193 kg 88

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Tied-Diaphragm Regulator with Cross Purge Q1-217-ACP-330 Analog Cylinder Scale Q5-88-LC Single-Stage Regulator Q1-217A-330 LB Regulator Q1-220AS-110 Application Dependent Please Inquire

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99%

44 LB

60 0.5

27 0.2

613 613

42 42

193 4

88 2

272 295

Electronic Grade 3 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 2 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Metals* As < 50 pbb Cr < 50 ppb Cu < 50 ppb Fe < 200 ppb Ni < 50 ppb Electronic Grade 2 Ar + O2 < 1 ppm CO2 < 5 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 4 ppm THC < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 Ar + O2 < 5 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm H2O < 15 ppm N2 < 20 ppm THC < 2 ppm
* ppb wt liquid phase.

99.9995%

44NP

60

27

613

42

195

89

99.999%

44NP

60

27

613

42

195

89

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.995%

44

60

27

613

42

195

89

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Hydrogen Fluoride

Hydrogen Fluoride HF
Synonyms: Hydrofluoric

Acid, Fluoric Acid, Fluohydric Acid


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name ..... Hydrogen Fluoride, Anhydrous DOT Class .......................... 8 (Corrosive Material) Packing Group 1, Hazard Zone C TC Class ................. 8 (6.1) Corrosive (Poisonous) WHMIS Class ............................................. D1AE DOT Label .................. Poisonous Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................... 7664-39-3 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1052 Safety Information Corrosive, poisonous liquid and gas under pressure. Causes severe eye, skin and respiratory tract burns. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 20.01 Specific Volume ............... 19.3 CF/lb. (0.0 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. 67.14F (19.52C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 0.83 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 638

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99.95% Contents Size 44 lbs. 90 kg 41 Pressure psig 0.6 bar 0.1 Weight lbs. 193 kg 88

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Manual Control Valve Q1-40S Series Manual Control Valve Q1-40S Series

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Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 15 ppm H2SiF6 < 20 ppm SO2 < 20 ppm Acidity as H2SO4 < 20 ppm

99.95%

16 7

20 8

9 4

0.6 0.6

0.1 0.1

85 35

39 16

329

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Hydrogen Sulfide

Hydrogen Sulfide H2S


Synonyms: Dihydrogen

Sulfide, Hydrosulfuric Acid, Sulfuretted Hydrogen


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ......................... Hydrogen Sulfide DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone B TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class .................................... AB1D1A2B DOT Label ...................... Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ............................... 7783-06-4 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1053 Safety Information Poisonous and flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 4.3%; upper 46%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause respiratory tract and central nervous system damage. Can cause eye irritation. Gas deadens sense of smell. Symptoms of exposure may be delayed. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 34.08 Specific Volume ........... 11.23 CF/lb. (0.69 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -76.4F (-60.2C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.45 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 330 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 110

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99.5% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 LB* lbs. 60 0.5 kg 27 0.2 Pressure psig 252 252 bar 17 17 Weight lbs. 193 4 kg 88 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Tied-Diaphragm Regulator Q1-217A-330 LB Regulator Q1-220AS-110 Cross Purge Assembly Q4-P74-330

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* Please contact your Air Liquide representative for availability.

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Isobutane

Isobutane I-C4H10
Synonym: 2-Methyl

Propane
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ..................................... Isobutane DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label ...................................Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 75-28-5 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1969 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.8%; upper 8.4%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite. Material can be an asphyxiant if released in a confined area.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 58.124 Specific Volume ................. 6.5 CF/lb. (0.4 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................ 10.89F (-11.73C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.51 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) 99.5% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 120 23 0.4 kg 55 10 0.2 Pressure psig 31 31 31 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 191 44 4 kg 87 20 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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CHEMGAZ 1

99% Liquid Phase

108* 22LP LB

120 23 0.4

55 10 0.2

31 31 31

2 2 2

191 44 4

87 20 2

269 294 332

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Isobutylene

Isobutylene C4H8
Synonyms: 2-Methyl-1-Propene,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 56.11 Specific Volume ............... 6.7 CF/lb. (0.42 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. 19.59F (-6.89C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.45 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Isobutene
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .................................. Isobutylene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 115-11-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1055 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.8%; upper 9.6%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 3 Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Contents Size 22LP lbs. 25 kg 11 Pressure psig 24 bar 2 Weight lbs. 46 kg 21

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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99.5%

108* 22LP LB

125 25 0.4

57 11 0.2

24 24 24

2 2 2

200 46 4

91 21 2

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CHEMGAZ 1

99%

108* 22LP LB

125 25 0.4

57 11 0.2

24 24 24

2 2 2

200 46 4

91 21 2

269 294 332

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Krypton

Krypton Kr
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 83.80 Specific Volume ............. 4.61 CF/lb. (0.29 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -244F (-153.3C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 3.55 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 580 SCOTTY Valve Outlet ................................. 180 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .................. Krypton, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7439-90-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1056 Safety Information Krypton is an inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade Research Plus Ar < 1 ppm CF4 < 0.5 ppm CO + CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Xe < 5 ppm Total Impurities < 10 ppm Insulated Glass H2O < 10 ppm O2 + N2 + H2O + Xe 1% Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 30AL 16AL 7AL 110 CF 360 180 36 18 4 m3 10 5 1 0.5 0.1 Pressure psig 1819 2050 940 1238 1800 bar 125 141 64 85 124 Weight lbs. 78 39 8 4 0.9 kg 36 18 4 2 0.4

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180*

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99%

49 30AL 16AL 7AL 110

360 180 36 18 4

10 5 1 0.5 0.1

1819 2050 940 1238 1800

125 141 64 85 124

78 39 8 4 0.9

36 18 4 2 0.4

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180*

270 275 299

* For SCOTTY 110 cylinder. Please note: Subject to availability contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Methane

Methane CH4
Synonyms: Methyl

Hydride, Marsh Gas


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ................ Methane, Compressed DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 74-82-8 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1971 Safety Information Flammable gas. Flammability limits: lower 5%; upper 15%. Can form explosive mixture with air. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 16.043 Specific Volume ........... 23.80 CF/lb. (1.47 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -259F (-161.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 0.68 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 350 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 4 Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 44 16 LB CF 355 295 103 2 m3 10 8 3 0.1 Pressure psig 2400 2265 2000 1800 bar 166 156 138 124 Weight lbs. 162 144 7 4 kg 77 65 3 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-14C-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-14C-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-14C-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170

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CHEMGAZ 3

99.99%

49 44 16 LB

355 295 103 2

10 8 3 0.1

2400 2265 2000 1800

166 156 138 124

162 144 7 4

77 65 3 2

270 275 294

CHEMGAZ 2

99.92%

49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 16 LB 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 16 LB

355 5680 295 1770 103 2 355 5680 295 1770 103 2

10 161 8 50 3 0.1 10 161 8 50 3 0.1

2400 2400 2265 2265 2000 1800 2400 2400 2265 2265 2000 1800

166 166 156 156 138 124 166 166 156 156 138 124

162 2834 144 959 7 4 162 2834 144 959 7 4

77 1285 65 435 31 2 77 1285 65 435 31 2

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CHEMGAZ 1

99%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-350 Q1-209A-350 Q1-14C-350 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-350 Q1-202B-350 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-350 Q1-215B-350

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Electronic Grade 1 H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 2 ppm**

99.999%

49 44

355 295

10 8

2265 2400

166 156

162 156

77 65

270 271

* Not available in Canada. ** Other hydrocarbons: C2H4, C2H6, C3H6, C3H8.

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Neon

Neon Ne
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 20.183 Specific Volume ........... 19.23 CF/lb. (1.19 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -410.9F (-246.1C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 0.853 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 580 SCOTTY Valve Outlet ................................. 180 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ...................... Neon, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ..............................Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7440-01-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1065 Safety Information Neon is an inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade Research Plus CH4 < 0.5 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm He < 8 ppm Kr < 2 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Research CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm
* For SCOTTY 110 cylinder.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 44 16AL 7AL 110 CF 270 180 36 18 4 m3 8 5 2 0.8 0.1 Pressure psig 2000 2000 1200 1200 1800 bar 138 138 83 83 124 Weight lbs. 14 9 2 0.9 0.2 kg 6 4 0.9 0.4 0.1 Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180*

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49 44 16AL 7AL 110

270 180 36 18 4

8 5 2 0.8 0.1

2000 2000 1200 1200 1800

138 138 83 83 124

14 9 2 0.9 0.2

6 4 0.9 0.4 0.1

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180*

270 275 299

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Did you know? The first neon sign in America appeared in 1923 when Earle C. Anthony purchased two signs from the French company, Claude Neon, to hang outside his Los Angeles car dealership. Somewhat sedate by todays standards, they simply read, Packard. French engineer, chemist and inventor, Georges Claude, who cofounded Air Liquide in 1902, displayed the first neon lamp on December 11, 1910 in Paris and was granted a U.S. Patent (1,125,476) for his invention on January 19, 1915.

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Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide NO
Synonyms: Nitrogen

Oxide, Nitrogen Monoxide


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 200 DOT/TC Name ............ Nitric Oxide, Compressed DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone A TC Class ............ 2.3 (5.1) (8) Toxic Gas (Oxidizer) (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................ ACD1AE DOT Label .......... Poison Gas, Oxidizer, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................. 10102-43-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1660 Safety Information Poisonous gas. Can cause severe lung damage. May cause eye and skin burns. Symptoms may be delayed. Vigorously accelerates combustion. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 30.006 Specific Volume .................. 13 CF/lb. (0.8 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -241.2F (-151.8C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.27 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 660, 728

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 Purity (Minimum) Please Inquire 99% 44 53 2 500 35 137 62 Contents Size CF m3 Pressure psig bar Weight lbs. kg

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number

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Single-Stage Tied-Diaphragm Regulator Q1-217A-660 Cross Purge Assembly Q4-P74-660 Application Dependent Please Inquire

272 339

Electronic Grade 3 CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CO2 < 10 ppm N2 < 200 ppm N2O < 200 ppm THC < 5 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO2 < 10 ppm N2 < 300 ppm N2O < 600 ppm THC < 10 ppm

99.99%

49 44

55 49

2 1

420 420

29 29

147 137

67 62

99.95%

49 44

55 49

2 1

420 420

29 29

147 137

67 62

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.9%

49 44

55 49

2 1

420 420

29 29

147 137

67 62

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Nitrogen

Nitrogen N2
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ......................................... 28.1 Specific Volume ............. 13.8 CF/lb. (0.86 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -320.4F (-195.8C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.185 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................... 580, 677, 718 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ................. Nitrogen, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7727-37-9 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1066 Safety Information Nitrogen is an inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9998% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* CF 304 4864 234 1404 m3 9 138 7 40 Pressure psig 2640 2640 2265 2265 bar 182 182 156 156 Weight lbs. 165 2900 149 969 kg 75 1315 68 439

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580

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49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6* 44HH 230 180* 160*

304 4864 234 1404 445 5024 4099 3685

9 138 7 40 13 132 108 97

2640 2640 2265 2265 6000 230/22 230/22 230/22

182 182 156 156 414 16/2 16/2 16/2

165 2900 149 969 335 664 557 517

75 1315 68 439 152 301 253 234

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-2900AS-677*** Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205B-580

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ALPHAGAZ 1000 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Acid Rain CEM Zero** CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm SOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm

99.999%

269

99.9995%

49 44 30AL

304 234 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318A-580 Q1-14C-580

270 275

* Not available in Canada. ** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40CFR 72.2. Certificate of Conformance supplied with each cylinder. *** For 44HH cylinder. Specify gas or liquid phase when ordering: gas phase is 230 psig (16 bar); liquid phase is 22 psig (2 bar). Excluding argon.

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Nitrogen

Nitrogen continued
Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ Auto Part 1065** CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm NOx < 0.02 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto UZAM CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto Zero*** CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 1 ppm VOC-FREE CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.3 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm EVAP H2O < 4 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Purity* (Minimum) Contents Size CF m3 Pressure psig bar Weight lbs. kg Recommended Equipment Description Model Number

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49 44 30AL

304 234 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580

270 275

99.999%

49 44 30AL

304 228 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

99.999%

49 44 30AL

304 228 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-580

269

99.999%

30AL

140

2000

138

58

26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-215A-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-19VOC-580

271 277

99.998%

44 30AL 16AL SIII 30AL 16AL

228 140 77 8 140 77

7 4 2 0.2 4 2

2265 2000 2000 260 2000 2000

156 138 138 18 138 138

149 58 36 6 58 36

68 26 16 3 26 16

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

IM240 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm

99.997%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

* Excluding argon. ** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 1065.750. *** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 86,114.79,114.94, 214.94 and 514.78. Can be individually analyzed for customer selected VOCs. SIII or SCOTTY III = SCOTTY 221L.

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Nitrogen

Nitrogen continued
Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 0.2 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 2 ppm H2O < 1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 2 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 2 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm
* Excluding argon.

Recommended Equipment Purity* (Minimum) 99.9995% Contents Size 49 44 CF 304 234 m3 9 7 Pressure psig 2640 2265 bar 182 156 Weight lbs. 165 149 kg 75 68 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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49 44 30AL

304 234 137

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 60

75 68 27

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.999%

49 44 30AL

304 234 137

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 60

75 68 27

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Nitrogen Dioxide

Nitrogen Dioxide NO2


Synonyms: Dinitrogen

Tetroxide, Nitrogen Peroxide


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 200 DOT/TC Name ..................... Dinitrogen Tetroxide DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone A TC Class ............ 2.3 (5.1) (8) Toxic Gas (Oxidizer) (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ................................... ACD1AD2B DOT Label .......... Poison Gas, Oxidizer, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................. 10102-44-0 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1067 Safety Information Poisonous liquid and gas. Can cause severe lung damage. Can cause eye and skin burns. Symptoms of exposure may be delayed. Vigorously accelerates combustion. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 46.005 Specific Volume ............... 4.7 CF/lb. (0.29 m3/kg) Boiling Point ...................... 70.1F (21.2C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm ...................... 3.4 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 660

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1 Purity (Minimum) 99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 lbs. 118 kg 54 Pressure psig 0 bar 0 Weight lbs. 251 kg 144

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Manual Control Valve Q1-40S Series

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Nitrogen Trifluoride

Nitrogen Trifluoride NF3


Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ......................................... 71.0 Specific Volume ............... 5.4 CF/lb. (0.33 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -200F (-128.9C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 3.003 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 330, 640 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ....................... Nitrogen Trifluoride DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ................................ 2.2 (5.1) Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas (Oxidizer) WHMIS Class ................................................. AC DOT Label .............. Nonflammable Gas, Oxidizer CAS Registry No. ............................... 7783-54-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2451 Safety Information High-pressure oxidizing gas. Vigorously accelerates combustion. Can be fatal even with adequate oxygen.

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 CF4 < 40 ppm CO2 < 3 ppm H2O < 1 ppm HF < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm N2O < 3 ppm O2 < 5 ppm SF6 < 1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CF4 < 40 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm H2O < 10 ppm N2 < 30 ppm N2O < 10 ppm O2 < 20 ppm SF6 < 15 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 44 lbs. 44 kg 20 Pressure psig 1450 bar 100 Weight lbs. 179 kg 81

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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44

44

20

1450

100

179

81

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide N2O


Synonyms: Dinitrogen

Monoxide, Laughing Gas


Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ............................... Nitrous Oxide DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ................................ 2.2 (5.1) Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas (Oxidizer) WHMIS Class .......................................... ACD2A DOT Label .............. Nonflammable Gas, Oxidizer CAS Registry No. ............................. 10024-97-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1070 Safety Information Not for medical use. Necessary approval is required to purchase this product. High-pressure oxidizer; vigorously accelerates combustion. Can cause rapid suffocation. Can cause anesthetic effects. May cause frostbite. Product is not available with a dip tube in cylinder.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 44.013 Specific Volume ............... 8.7 CF/lb. (0.54 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -127.4F (-88.6C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.872 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 326, 712

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 10 ppm N2 < 400 ppm O2 < 100 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.5% Contents Size 44 lbs. 56* kg 23 Pressure psig 745 bar 51 Weight lbs. 183 kg 83

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-326 Q1-14C-326 N2O Heater Q5-86-326 Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Electronic Grade 3 CO < 0.2 ppm CO2 < 0.2 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 0.2 ppm O2 < 0.2 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm NH3 < 1 ppm NO < 0.5 ppm NO2 < 0.5 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 2 ppm H2O < 3 ppm N2 < 10 ppm NH3 < 1 ppm NO < 1 ppm NO2 < 1 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 1 ppm

99.9999%

44 30AL

60 40

27 18

745 745

51 51

195 90

89 41

99.999%

44 30AL

60 40

27 18

745 745

51 51

195 90

89 41

Application Dependent Please Inquire

99.998%

44 30AL

60 40

27 18

745 745

51 51

195 90

89 41

Application Dependent Please Inquire

* In Canada, cylinder contents are 65 lbs. (29.5 kg). Products for supercritical fluid techniques and medical grades are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Oxygen

Oxygen O2
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ......................................... 32.0 Specific Volume ............. 12.1 CF/lb. (0.76 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................. -297.4F (-183C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 1.354 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 540, 714 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name .................. Oxygen, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ................................ 2.2 (5.1) Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas (Oxidizer) WHMIS Class ................................................. AC DOT Label .............. Nonflammable Gas, Oxidizer CAS Registry No. ............................... 7782-44-7 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1072 Safety Information High-pressure oxidizing gas. Vigorously accelerates combustion.

Specifications
Grade ALPHAGAZ 2 CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 3 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9995% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6 16 CF 337 5392 256 1536 90 m3 10 153 7 40 3 Pressure psig 2640 2640 2265 2265 2000 bar 182 182 156 156 138 Weight lbs. 170 2900 153 993 70 kg 77 1315 70 450 32

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-540

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99.999%

49 49 x 16 44 44 x 6 49 44

337 5392 256 1536 337 256

10 153 7 40 10 7

2640 2640 2265 2265 2640 2640

182 182 182 156 182 182

170 2900 153 993 170 153

77 1315 70 450 77 70

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-540

270

Electronic Grade 2 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 0.5 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 15 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 CO < 3 ppm CO2 < 2 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 40 ppm THC < 1 ppm

99.998%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(*) Q1-14C-(*)

270 275

99.995%

49 44

337 256

10 7

2640 2640

182 182

170 153

77 70

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(*) Q1-14C-(*)

270 275

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative. Not available in Canada.

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Phosphine

Phosphine PH3
Synonyms: Hydrogen

Phosphide, Phosphorus Trihydride


Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 200 DOT/TC Name .................................... Phosphine DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone A TC Class ..... 2.3 (2.1) Toxic Gas (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ........................................ AB1D1A DOT Label ...................... Poison Gas, Flammable CAS Registry No. ............................... 7803-Q1-2 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2199 Safety Information Poisonous, pyrophoric, flammable high-pressure liquid and gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.6%; upper 98%. Can ignite with air on contact. May cause lung, kidney, and central nervous system damage. Symptoms may be delayed. May be fatal if inhaled.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ......................................... 34.0 Specific Volume ............. 11.4 CF/lb. (0.71 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................. -125.9F (-87.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.45 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 Ar + O2 < 0.1 ppm AsH3 < 0.1 ppm CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2O < 0.5 ppm N2 < 0.3 ppm O2 < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm Electronic Grade 1 AsH3 < 1 ppm CO < 0.2 ppm CO2 < 0.3 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm O2 + Ar < 2 ppm THC < 0.2 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9999% Contents Size 16 7 lbs. 9 4 kg 4 2 Pressure psig 593 593 bar 41 41 Weight lbs. 74 32 kg 34 15

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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16 7

9 4

4 2

593 593

41 41

74 32

34 15

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Propane

Propane C3H8
Synonyms: Dimethylmethane,
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 44.10 Specific Volume ............... 8.7 CF/lb. (0.54 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -43.67F (-42.04C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.91 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Refrigerant R290
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ....................................... Propane DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................... 74-98-6 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1978 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas. Flammability limits: lower 2.1%; upper 9.5%. Can form explosive mixture with air. May cause frostbite.

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 2 ppm* O2 < 2 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Liquid Phase Contents Size 108* 22LP LB lbs. 95 20 0.3 kg 43 9 0.1 Pressure psig 110 110 110 bar 8 8 8 Weight lbs. 169 41 4 kg 77 19 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14A-510 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300A-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 Q1-202B-510 LB Regulator Q1-20BS-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B

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CHEMGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm

99.5% Liquid Phase

108* 22LP LB

95 20 0.3

43 9 0.1

110 110 110

8 8 8

169 41 4

77 19 2

269 268 294 332

* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube. Air Liquide also manufactures liquid and vapor calibration standards in a propane balance for analysis of trace impurities in hydrocarbon process streams. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Propylene

Propylene C3H6
Synonyms: Propene,

Methylethylene
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ..................................... Propylene DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ............................................... AB1 DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ................................. 115-07-1 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1077 Safety Information Flammable liquid and gas. Flammability limits: lower 2%; upper 11.1%. Can form explosive mixtures in air. May cause frostbite.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 42.08 Specific Volume ............... 9.4 CF/lb. (0.58 m3/kg) Boiling Point ........... -301.45F (-185.25C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.81 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 510 LB CGA Outlet ...................................... 110, 170

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 H2O < 5 ppm O2 < 2 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Liquid Phase Contents Size 1000 108* 44 22LP LB lbs. 408 95 33 19 0.4 kg 185 43 15 9 0.2 Pressure psig 137 137 137 137 137 bar 10 10 10 10 10 Weight lbs. 735 169 171 40 4 kg 333 77 78 18 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-205A-4G-510 LB Regulator Q1-20B-170 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300A-510

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CHEMGAZ 1 CH4 < 100 ppm O2 < 25 ppm

99.5% Liquid Phase

1000 108* 44 22LP LB

408 95 33 19 0.4

185 43 15 9 0.2

137 137 137 137 137

10 10 10 10 10

735 169 171 40 4

333 77 78 18 2

269 294 332

Electronic Grade 3 C2H6 < 2 ppm C3H8 < 90 ppm C4H8 < 5 ppm C4H10 < 5 ppm 1,3-C4H6 < 5 ppm CH4 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 2 ppm Metals Al < 10 ppb wt Cd < 10 ppb wt Cr < 10 ppb wt Cu < 5 ppb wt Fe < 5 ppb wt Ni < 5 ppb wt Zn < 5 ppb wt Total Others < 200 ppb wt

99.98%

44P

40

18

137

10

165

75

270

* Can be furnished with a full-length eductor tube. Air Liquide also manufactures liquid and vapor calibration standards in a propane balance for analysis of trace impurities in hydrocarbon process streams. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Propylene

Propylene continued
Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 C2H6 < 2 ppm C3H8 < 90 ppm C4H8 < 5 ppm C4H10 < 5 ppm 1,3-C4H6 < 5 ppm CH4 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 3 ppm Electronic Grade 1 C2H6 < 30 ppm C3H8 < 290 ppm CH4 < 5 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 10 ppm O2 < 5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.98% Contents Size 44 lbs. 40 kg 18 Pressure psig 137 bar 10 Weight lbs. 165 kg 75 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300A-510

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44

40

18

137

10

165

75

Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300A-510

270

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Silane

Silane SiH4
Synonyms: Silicon

Tetrahydride, Monosilane
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ................................................ Silane TC Name ............................. Silane, Compressed DOT/TC Class ..................... 2.1 (Flammable Gas) WHMIS Class ........................................ AB6D2B DOT Label .................................. Flammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7803-62-5 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2203 Safety Information Pyrophoric and flammable high-pressure gas. Flammability limits: lower 1.5%; upper 98%. Ignites on contact with air.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 32.13 Specific Volume ............. 12.1 CF/lb. (0.75 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -50.99F (-46.11C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 1.35 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 2 As < 0.1 ppb CH4 < 0.1 ppm CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2 < 25 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 + Ar < 1 ppm P < 0.1 ppb THC (C2 C4) < 0.1 ppm Chlorosilanes as CL < 0.5 ppm Resistivity > 10000 Ohm-cm Electronic Grade 1 CH4 < 0.1 ppm CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.1 ppm H2 < 50 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 + Ar < 1 ppm THC (C2 C4) < 0.1 ppm Chlorosilanes as Cl < 1 ppm Resistivity > 2000 Ohm-cm
* Excluding hydrogen.

Recommended Equipment Purity* (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 44 30AL 7 lbs. 33 29 17 4 kg 15 13 7.5 2 Pressure psig 1400 1370 1180 1180 bar 97 94 82 82 Weight lbs. 182 167 66 33 kg 83 76 30 15 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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49 44 30AL 7

33 29 17 4

15 13 7.5 2

1400 1370 1180 1180

97 94 82 82

182 167 66 33

83 76 30 15

Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Sulfur Dioxide

Sulfur Dioxide SO2


Synonym: Sulfurous

Acid Anhydrous
Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 150 DOT/TC Name ............................... Sulfur Dioxide DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone C TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ........................ Poison Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................... 7446-09-5 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1079 Safety Information Poisonous gas and liquid that is also corrosive. Can cause eye, skin and respiratory tract burns.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 64.063 Specific Volume ............... 5.9 CF/lb. (0.37 m3/kg) Boiling Point .......................... 14F (-10C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 2.77 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 660 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 110

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 1* Purity (Minimum) 99.9% Liquid Phase Contents Size 55 44 LB lbs. 150 100 1 kg 68 45 0.5 Pressure psig 34 34 34 bar 2 2 2 Weight lbs. 210 233 5 kg 95 106 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Single-Stage Tied-Diaphragm Regulator Q1-217A-2G-660 LB Regulator Q1-220AS-110 Cross Purge Assembly Q4-P74-(*)

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* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Sulfur Hexafluoride

Sulfur Hexafluoride SF6


Synonym: Sulfur

Fluoride
Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT/TC Name ....................... Sulfur Hexafluoride DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ............................. Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 2551-62-4 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN1080 Safety Information Inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation. May cause frostbite. Contact with extreme heat can cause dangerous decomposition products.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ................................... 146.054 Specific Volume ............... 2.5 CF/lb. (0.16 m3/kg) Boiling Point ................... -82.7F (-63.7C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................... 6.27 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 590, 716 LB CGA Outlet .............................................. 110

Specifications
Grade CHEMGAZ 2 H2O < 1 ppm O2 < 50 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Liquid Phase Contents Size 44 16 7 LB lbs. 115 40 10 0.5 kg 52 18 5 0.2 Pressure psig 320 320 320 320 bar 22 22 22 22 Weight lbs. 248 103 38 4 kg 113 47 17 2

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Q1-14C-590 LB Regulator Q1-20B-110 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-590 Q1-14C-590 LB Regulator Q1-20B-110 LB Control Valve Q1-30B Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-(**)

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CHEMGAZ 1 H2O < 5 ppm O2 < 80 ppm

99.8% Liquid Phase

44 16 7 LB

115 40 10 0.5

52 18 5 0.2

320 320 320 320

22 22 22 22

248 103 38 4

113 47 17 2

269 275 294 332

Electronic Grade 3 CF4 < 5 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 < 3 ppm Electronic Grade 2 CF4 < 10 ppm H2O < 5 ppm N2 < 7 ppm O2 < 3 ppm THC < 1 ppm Acidity < 1 ppm* Electronic Grade 1 CF4 < 100 ppm H2O < 10 ppm N2 < 50 ppm O2 < 10 ppm Acidity < 1 ppm*

99.999%

44 16 7

115 40 15

52 18 7

320 320 320

22 22 22

250 105 43

113 48 20

275

99.998%

44 16 7

115 40 15

52 18 7

320 320 320

22 22 22

250 105 43

113 48 20

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(**) Q1-14C-(**)

270 275

99.96%

44 16 7

115 40 15

52 18 7

320 320 320

22 22 22

250 105 43

113 48 20

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-(**) Q1-215B-(**) Q1-14C-(**)

270 271 275

* As HF. ** Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are also available please contact your Air Liquide representative. Meets ASTM and IEC specifications for use as an electrical insulating gas please inquire.

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Trisilane

Trisilane Si3H8
Synonym: Trisilicon

Octahydride
Shipping Data Shipping Class ............................................. 85** DOT/TC Name ......................... Pyrophoric Liquid Inorganic, n.o.s. (Trisilane) DOT/TC Class ....................... 4.2 (Spontaneously Combustible Material) WHMIS Class ............................. Not Determined DOT Label ............... Spontaneously Combustible CAS Registry No. ............................... 7783-26-8 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN3194 Safety Information Pyrophoric, flammable liquid. Flammability limits: please inquire. Can explode on contact with air.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ....................................... 92.32 Specific Volume ......... 0.022 CF/lb. (0.001 m3/kg) Boiling Point .......................... 127F (53C) 1 atm Gas Density* ........................................ 3.5 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .................................. 350, 632

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 1 CH4 < 2 ppm CO2 < 2 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 5 ppm O2 + Ar < 2 ppm SiH2 < 1000 ppm Higher Silanes < 500 ppm
* At 127F (53C). ** Based on NMFC #43940, Sub 2.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.99% Contents Size 30AL 7AL 3 lbs. 22 7 1 grams 10000 3000 500 Pressure psig 5 5 5 bar 0.3 0.3 0.3 Weight lbs. 33 10 5 kg 15 5 3 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Tungsten Hexafluoride

Tungsten Hexafluoride WF6


Synonym: Tungsten

(VI) Fluoride
Shipping Data Shipping Class .............................................. 175 DOT/TC Name ................. Tungsten Hexafluoride DOT Class ... 2.3 (Poisonous Gas) Hazard Zone B TC Class .................. 2.3 (8) Toxic Gas (Corrosive) WHMIS Class ........................................... AD1AE DOT Label ........................ Poison Gas, Corrosive CAS Registry No. ............................... 7783-82-6 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2196 Safety Information Corrosive, poisonous liquid and gas under pressure. Causes severe eye, skin and respiratory tract burns.

Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 297.84 Specific Volume ............... 1.3 CF/lb. (0.09 m3/kg) Boiling Point .................... 62.7F (17.06C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 11.11 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 638

Specifications
Grade Electronic Grade 3 CF4 < 1 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm HF < 5 ppm N2 < 1 ppm O2 < 1 ppm SF6 < 1 ppm Metals* Cr < 50 ppb Fe < 150 ppb K < 50 ppb Na < 50 ppb Th < 10 ppb U < 50 ppb Other Metals < 300 ppb
* ppb wt liquid phase.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 22NP 7NP lbs. 40 25 kg 18 11 Pressure psig 2 2 bar 0.2 0.2 Weight lbs. 175 76 kg 79 35 Description Model Number Application Dependent Please Inquire

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Xenon

Xenon Xe
Physical Constants of Gas Molecular Weight ..................................... 131.30 Specific Volume ............... 2.9 CF/lb. (0.18 m3/kg) Boiling Point ............... -162.6F (-108.1C) 1 atm Gas Density 70F 1 atm .................. 5.584 kg/m3 Cylinder Data CGA Valve Outlet .......................................... 580 SCOTTY Valve Outlet ................................. 180 Shipping Data Shipping Class ................................................ 70 DOT Name ................................................ Xenon TC Name ............................. Xenon, Compressed DOT Class ..................... 2.2 (Nonflammable Gas) TC Class ........ 2.2 (Nontoxic, Nonflammable Gas) WHMIS Class ................................................... A DOT Label ..............................Nonflammable Gas CAS Registry No. ............................... 7440-63-3 UN No./IATA No. .................................... UN2036 Safety Information Inert gas that does not support life. Can cause rapid suffocation.

Specifications
Grade Research Plus Ar < 1 ppm C2F6 < 0.1 ppm CF4 < 0.1 ppm CO + CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm Kr < 5 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm SF6 < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Total Impurities < 10 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 30AL 16AL 7AL 110 CF 360 180 36 18 2 m3 10 5 1 0.5 0.1 Pressure psig 1020 852 924 1240 795 bar 70 59 65 86 55 Weight lbs. 123 61 12 6 0.6 kg 56 28 6 3 0.3

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180*

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* For SCOTTY 110 cylinder. Please note: Subject to availability contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Gas and Liquid Classes

SCOTT brand gas mixtures have long been acknowledged worldwide as being the definitive standard for calibration accuracy. Now available from Air Liquide, our ISO-certified laboratories follow strict procedures for preparation and analysis of SCOTT gas mixtures ensuring products of the highest quality that are fully traceable to recognized metrology standards. Our calibration mixtures are analyzed against benchmark standards such as Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) and NIST-Traceable Reference Materials (NTRMs) obtained from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), or other recognized metrology institutes such as VSL (formerly NMi) in the Netherlands.

Included in this section

RATA and Compliance Classes Reference Class

ACUBLEND Master Class


Certified Master and Working Classes

Custom Class

GAS AND LIQUID MIXTURES


SCOTT Mixtures

SCOTT Mixtures
Seven Product Classes Engineered to Meet Your Application Needs
Our portfolio of product classes redefine mixture versatility for a cost-effective solution to most application requirements. Each class has unique characteristics and subsequent performance specifications. Choose among dual-analyzed, dual-certified and single-certified standards. For unique applications, we offer custom standards that can be tailored to nearly any application parameters imaginable. SCOTT mixtures from Air Liquide offer you the ultimate flexibility in selecting blend tolerance, analytical accuracy, blend process accuracy and process traceability. SCOTT Gas and Liquid Mixture Classes, Exclusively from Air Liquide Dual-Analyzed Standards

RATA Class Compliance Class

Value and Performance You Can Measure at Your Bottom Line


Dual-Certified Standards

Tighten process control to maximize yields and reduce operating costs Shorten product time-to-market cycle by reducing recalibration downtime Improve quality of your end productleading to increased product market value Avoid the cost of fines or penalties resulting from regulatory noncompliance Earn valuable emissions trade credits Eliminate costs associated with unnecessary instrument downtime

Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards

ACUBLEND Master Class Certified Master Class Certified Working Class

Custom Standards

Customer Driven Accuracy and Traceability


SCOTT mixtures are generally differentiated by the degree of accuracy you require. They provide complementary levels of traceability, blend tolerance, process accuracy, analytical accuracy and other critical product parameters. With our gas and liquid standards, you have complete control over your calibration and process control standards because you select the class of mixture with the characteristics that are most appropriate for your use without sacrificing performance and without paying for tighter specifications than your application requires. Air Liquide applies strict quality control procedures to raw materials as well as to finished products, ensuring that undesirable contaminants are not present. Leading-edge blending processes and stringent analytical procedures, combined with knowledge acquired during almost 50 years of blending all types of mixtures, result in a product that will consistently be within your specified accuracy requirement.

Custom Class

Guaranteed Performance
SCOTT mixture classes comprise the worlds most complete portfolio of specialty gas and liquid mixture products used in quantitative analysis and in process control applications. They establish an authoritative performance standard so that you never need to sacrifice dependability and mixture integrity (and value to your bottom line) for cost-effectiveness. Every mixture in each class is guaranteed to be within the specifications you ordered. Whether you need a high-accuracy master calibration standard that is traceable to a global reference standard, a reactive and complex process control mixture, or a simple two-component mixture for quick instrument checks, Air Liquide has a class of specialty gas or liquid mixtures that will perfectly match performance to your application needs.

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The Issue of Purity
Air Liquide does not use low quality raw materials of lower purity, primarily because increased impurities are known to create application problems such as unidentified peaks on chromatographs. We insist on using only the highest purity components available, and stock more than 800 high-purity components for use in making our gas and liquid standards.

Our Capabilities
The number of possible gas and liquid mixtures consisting of various components in varying concentrations is nearly infinite. Therefore, this section is only a guideline containing many of the more commonly requested mixtures we produce. Additional mixtures not shown in this catalog are available, as are custom developed products for very specialized applications. Nonetheless, despite being the world leader in specialty gases, we do encounter certain limitations that preclude production of certain mixtures. Some are safety-related while most are a matter of chemistry.

Photo courtesy of NOAA

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


NOAA Earth Systems Research Lab Global Monitoring Division uses SCOTT ACULIFE treated aviation cylinders onboard several different aircraft that carry automated gas chromatographs. ACULIFE is a suite of proprietary cylinder inerting treatments that enhance the stability of reactive gas and liquid mixtures contained within a cylinder. Our unique chemical vapor deposition processes eliminate gas-to-cylinder surface interactions to provide stability for ppm and sub-ppm mixtures that would otherwise not be possible.

Unique SCOTT Technology


The 50-plus year heritage of Scott Specialty Gases, combined with Air Liquides century of gas innovation, equals a rich history of developing proprietary technology to facilitate consistent preparation of the highest accuracy mixtures available in the specialty gas industry. Air Liquide maintains this commitment to continuous innovation in specialty gas technology by utilizing diverse blending and analysis capabilities. These technical innovations enable us to achieve unequalled product specifications, regardless of the nature of the components in the mixture. Certain technologies and resulting product characteristics are exclusive to SCOTT mixtures from Air Liquide. Air Liquide Proprietary Processes: ACULIFE cylinder treatments guarantee stability ACUBLEND produces Zero Blend Tolerance MICROGRAV enables PPT concentrations UNIPHASE Liquid Mixtures GRAVSTAT Blending Interlocking Concentration Values ensures accuracy Global Cross Reference Service

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SCOTT mixtures have long been the definitive standard for calibration accuracy. Our ISO/IEC 17025 certified laboratories follow strict procedures for preparation and analysis of gas mixtures, thus ensuring traceable products of the highest quality. When appropriate, our calibration mixtures are analyzed against benchmark standards such as Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) obtained from the National Industrial Standards and Technology (NIST) or other recognized suppliers such as VSL (formerly NMi) in The Netherlands. Air Liquide maintains the worlds largest inventory of NIST-Traceable Reference Materials (NTRMs), which we use in the production of mixtures. Online Supply Chain Management Our unique web-based supply chain management system enables you to significantly reduce purchasing costs. In addition, SHOP empowers you to minimize your cost of inventory while improving quality control. Visit our website or consult with your Air Liquide representative for more details about how we can help you take cost out of your business. Benefits and Features

How Gas Mixtures are Prepared, Analyzed and Certified


GRAVSTAT Gas mixtures are blended by a number of different methods. The most common method is to gravimetrically weigh each component of the mixture using a scale routinely calibrated against NIST weights, resulting in a mixture traceable to NIST. Our GRAVSTAT process yields results often considered to have less uncertainty than analysis against other reference standards, which is particularly true for mixtures containing nonreactive components at percent level concentrations. Dual-Analyzed Standards

Reduces purchasing and inventory costs Automatic cylinder expiration notification eliminates regulatory noncompliance and process control errors. Electronic invoicing reduces paperwork Automatic reordering from FOLIO (contract) products streamlines purchasing. Online Certificates of Accuracy and MSDS library ensure accuracy, safety and regulatory compliance. Pressure, usage and location information are also available online.

SCOTT RATA Class and Compliance Class environmental protocol gas mixtures are dual-analyzed using EPA G1 or EPA G2 methods. Two independent analyses are performed after the blending process has been completed in order to determine the concentration for each component contained in the mixture and these analyses must agree to within 1%. RATA Class mixtures are always directly traceable to metrology institute standards, yielding the highest accuracy possible and enhancing RATA test performance.

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Dual-Certified Standards SCOTT Reference Class mixtures are dual-certified and are the most accurate mixtures for your calibration needs. They receive two rigorous, independent methods of certification, one during gravimetric blending using our GRAVSTAT process and the other using proprietary laboratory analytical procedures. Each of these processes yields an accurate concentration for each component. We then further ensure the accuracy of your mixture by employing our exclusive interlocking feature: the concentrations determined from both certification processes must agree (interlock) with each other within 1%. Both blending and laboratory processes are traceable to recognized metrology organizations or internally developed Air Liquide Reference Standards (ALRSs). These standards help you to improve the value of your end product by facilitating precise instrument calibration accuracy, tighter process control and credibility. Single-Certified Standards Single-certified standards provide the certified concentration from one independent method either the blending process or laboratory analysis. Specifications are achieved by the accuracy and traceability of the blending process or the laboratory analysis. Air Liquide offers three choices for single-certified standards:

Interlocked
Concentrations 1%

Interlocking Concentration Values


These values provide the highest possible degree of accuracy in a calibration standard. The concentration value determined during the blending process is compared with an independent concentration value obtained through laboratory analysis after the blending has been completed. Interlocking values occur when both values agree within 1% of each other. Interlocked concentration values are available exclusively from Air Liquide and represent the utmost level of accuracy and confidence available in any calibration standard. All Reference Class products are provided with interlocked concentration values.

ACUBLEND Master Class Certified Master Class Certified Working Class

Single-certified standards can be used for primary calibration of instrumentation. They are also frequently used as validation standards after the instrument is calibrated with a dualcertified standard such as a Reference Class product. Custom Standards A discussion of SCOTT gas and liquid mixture products would not be complete without highlighting the availability of custom standards custom mixtures engineered to your specifications. The manufacturing of custom standards is a tradition, reflecting our ability to blend mixtures specifically designed to successfully meet your applications. See page 14 for a listing of components available for blending.

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Unique SCOTT Technology

Unique SCOTT Technology


Air Liquides commitment to continuous innovation in specialty gas technology has resulted in an impressive portfolio of mixing, blending and analysis capabilities. These technical innovations, coupled with 100 years of experience in the business, allow us to achieve unequalled product specifications, regardless of the nature of the components in the mixture. Certain technologies and product attributes are only available from Air Liquide. Guaranteed Mixture Stability Begins with ACULIFE SCOTT ACULIFE is a suite of proprietary cylinder inerting treatments, utilized to enhance the stability of reactive gas and liquid mixtures. These chemical vapor deposition processes eliminate gas-to-cylinder surface interactions to provide guaranteed stability for ppm and sub-ppm calibration standards, making possible a variety of unique and innovative products. For example, Air Liquide is the leading supplier of hydrogen sulfide in air mixtures, with guaranteed stability for safety and industrial hygiene applications. We also have unique hydrogen chloride gas standards in the low ppm range, made possible by ACULIFE. SCOTT ACUBLEND Produces Zero Blend Tolerance ACUBLEND can produce a gas mixture having a unique feature called Zero Blend Tolerance. Zero blend tolerance means no difference between certified and requested concentration. The process is also capable of preparing a gas mixture precisely within a specified blend tolerance. ACUBLEND enables Air Liquide to produce identical and homogeneous gas mixtures in as many separate cylinders as desired. Identical gas mixtures in separate cylinders have proven valuable by permitting the user to connect such cylinders to a common manifold, or allowing cylinders having identical concentrations to be used in separate work areas. ACUBLEND gas mixtures of identical concentration are ideally suited for 6-pack service. Typically, customers using this service consume gas from four cylinders (through a common manifold) that leaves the remaining two cylinders available for emergency and additional supply until the 6-pack is replaced with another of identical concentration. SCOTT MICROGRAV Enables PPT Concentrations Air Liquide is the only specialty gas manufacturer to prepare and certify accurate and stable gas mixtures containing compounds with concentrations approaching parts-per-trillion (ppt) levels in returnable and nonreturnable cylinders. Our MICROGRAV process is a direct blending technique that eliminates inaccuracies inherent in serial dilution methods. Analytical quality control with proven gas chromatographic techniques verifies the accuracy of MICROGRAV mixtures. ACULIFE inerting cylinder treatment provides one year guaranteed stability for mixtures in a nitrogen balance gas. Air Liquide is the primary supplier of MICROGRAV gas mixtures to NIST and the EPA, as well as to state and other government agencies. For available MICROGRAV mixtures, contact your Air Liquide representative.

Benefits of Using SCOTT ACUBLEND Mixtures

Short production time results in fast delivery. Identical concentrations can be used with multiple process streams at various locations to ensure identical calibration. Zero Blend Tolerance results in receiving exactly the concentration you ordered. Completely homogeneous mixtures improve the accuracy and dependability of ACUBLEND mixtures. A virtually unlimited supply of identical mixturesfrom cylinder-to-cylinder and batch-to-batcheliminates the need for recalibration due to variations in mixture concentrations.

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Unique SCOTT Technology continued


UNIPHASE Liquid Mixtures Many applications require mixtures containing low vapor pressure and liquid components. These may be components that are in the liquid phase at normal atmospheric temperatures and pressures, or they may be components that are in the liquid state at the concentration and pressure desired in the container. Liquid mixtures can be prepared two ways. In the first, the blend is made in a conventional cylinder in which the components exist in the cylinder under their own vapor pressures. In this type of mixture a dip tube, allowing withdrawal from the bottom of the container, is usually provided. The withdrawal of the liquid phase minimizes the concentration changes that will occur during emptying of the cylinder due to fractionation of the more volatile components. In the second method, the mixture is made completely in the liquid phase using a floating piston cylinder to preserve mixture integrity. Such mixtures are called UNIPHASE. UNIPHASE liquid mixtures are highly recommended when mixture components possess significantly different vapor pressures and solubility characteristics. Air Liquide provides a Certificate of Accuracy with detailed BTU calculations for all UNIPHASE mixtures. Phase envelopes are available upon request. Air Liquide representatives will advise you when UNIPHASE piston cylinders are necessary to ensure a single phase mixture. SCOTT GRAVSTAT Gravimetric Blending UNIPHASE Piston Cylinder
Liquid Sample Port Gauge Port

Mixing Paddle Cylinder Housing Volume Indicator Port

Floating Piston

Gauge Port Inner Gas Charge Port

Mixtures that are prepared gravimetrically are produced by weighing the gas components on a high-load, high-sensitivity analytical balance. Air Liquide uses NIST or VSL weights for this procedure to assure mixtures are traceable to a reference standard that is certified by a national or international metrology organization. Our gravimetric process, GRAVSTAT, takes into account all statistical parameters including scale weight uncertainty, scale calibration and the raw material impurities of all pure components in multi-component mixtures. As a result of GRAVSTAT, Air Liquide can assert the process accuracy by calculating gravimetric uncertainty and properly representing the true value of component concentration. Mixture Safety Air Liquide carefully engineers every mixture to assure that the mixture can be made safely and reliably. Gas mixtures containing both oxidizing and reducing agents, such as those containing a fuel plus an oxidizer, can be safely prepared but only if the concentration of the flammable component lies outside the flammable range. Since a flammable range varies with temperature and pressure, it is difficult to state a specific rule concerning the preparation of these mixtures. Air Liquide uses sophisticated engineering software to perform the necessary calculations. Generally, a mixture containing a flammable gas and an oxidizer can be prepared at reduced pressures if the concentration of the flammable component is less than 50% of the lower flammable limits.

Contact your Air Liquide representative regarding your specific liquid mixture needs, and to discuss the necessity and availability of computer programs to determine the phase characteristics of gas and liquid mixtures.

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Gas and Liquid Mixtures Typical Specifications


Typical Specifications
Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Typical Applications Concentration Range 1 49 ppm Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % Blend Tolerance % Analytical Accuracy % Process Accuracy % 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 3 5 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 NIST, VSL or Other Recognized Reference Standard; or Air Liquide Reference Standard NIST or VSL Weights Laboratory Analysis of All Minor Components Available Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive Not Applicable Meets or Exceeds Analytical Accuracy Specifications Analyzed Concentration, Traceability and Shelf Life Reported; Requested and Blended Concentrations Shown Actual Mixture Properties Available (i.e. Dew Point,Temperature and Vapor Pressure Restriction) Complete Purity Analysis ACULIFE and Other Proprietary Processes Guarantee Stability and Shelf Life Compliance Class Calibration Standards to Meet Government Regulations Dual-Certified Standards GRAVSTAT Reference Class Master Calibration and Process Control

50 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm

1 1.9%

2 15.9%

16 49%

Reproducibility % for Concentration Range of 100 ppm 1% Analytical Traceability

NIST, VSL or Other Recognized Reference Standard Not Applicable Laboratory Analysis of All Minor Components Not Applicable Inert and/or Reactive Not Applicable Not Applicable EPA G1 or State Protocols Used Directly traceable to SRMs, NTRMs or PRMs Used EPA G1 or EPA G2 Protocols Used NTRMs or EPA GMISs Used

Process Traceability Component Verification Critical Impurities Analysis Minor Components Available (Balance) Inert Gas Phase Other Gas Phase Liquid Phase Standard Industry Methods Reference Standard Accuracy

Certificate of Accuracy

Protocol Concentration, Traceability and EPA Expiration Date Reported Mixture Property Warnings Available

Physical Property Notifications

Raw Material Quality Control Product Shelf Life

Verified for Specification Compliance Meets Regulatory Specifications

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Our seven product classes redefine mixture versatility. Each has unique specifications to meet different needs as summarized below. Refer to the following pages for additional information about each product class.

Single-Certified Standards ACUBLEND Master Class Calibration with Zero Blend Tolerance Master Class Certified* Working Class

Custom Standards

Custom Class Special Requirements

Calibration and Process Control

0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 Air Liquide or Other Reference Standards Not Applicable Analysis of All Minor Components Not Applicable Inert and/or Reactive Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Achieves Analytical Accuracy Specifications Analyzed Concentration, Traceability and Shelf Life Reported; Requested Concentrations Available Actual Mixture Properties Available (i.e. Dew Point,Temperature and Vapor Pressure Restriction) Verified for Specification Compliance ACULIFE and Other Proprietary Processes Guarantee Stability and Shelf Life

10 2 2 5 2 2 5 2 2 5 2 2 5 2 2 2 1 1 3

10 5 5 10 5 5 10 5 5 10 5 5 10 5 5 5 2 2 7

Select Blend Tolerance, Analytical and Process Accuracy by Component to Meet Your Specific Application Needs

Air Liquide or Other Reference Standards Weight, Pressure or Standards Confirmation of Minor Components Not Applicable Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive ISO Methods Available Achieves Analytical Accuracy Specifications Certified* Concentration, Traceability and Shelf Life Reported; Requested Concentration Available Mixture Property Warnings Provided

Specify Traceability Source and Component Verification Level

Available Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive Inert and/or Reactive ASTM, EPA, GPA, AQMD, ISO or Other Industry Methods Available Customer Specified Accuracy

Custom Design Available

Actual Mixture Properties Available

Verified for Specification Compliance ACULIFE and Other Proprietary Processes Guarantee Stability and Shelf Life

Complete Purity Analysis Component Dependent

* Special circumstances apply to certain low level reactive components (i.e. nitric oxide please consult your Air Liquide representative).

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SCOTT Mixture Classes


RATA and Compliance Classes
SCOTT RATA Class and Compliance Class EPA Protocol Gases are unique in the environmental industry. They provide the highest levels of performance, reliability and confidence for meeting environmental compliance regulations. Both classes of mixtures are prepared in strict accordance with the latest EPA guidelines. Compliance Class protocol gases meet EPAs minimum 2% accuracy requirement, while RATA class mixtures surpass that with 1% accuracy. All protocol gases are traceable to metrology institute reference standards, either NIST Standard Reference Materials (SRMs), NIST-Traceable Reference Materials (NTRMs) or VSL (formerly NMi) Primary Reference Standards (PRMs). RATA Class protocol gases are directly traceable to metrology institute reference standards. Air Liquide maintains the largest inventory of SRMs, NTRMs and other MISs (Metrology Institute Standards), giving us the widest availability and shortest lead times in the specialty gas industry.

Recommended Applications for EPA Protocol Gas Products

Relative Accuracy Test Audits (RATA tests) Linearity checks Stack monitor calibration Cylinder Gas Audits (CGAs) Ambient monitor calibration Scrubber efficiency verification Certification of CEM systems Environmental auditing

Guaranteed Certification and Stability


Air Liquide follows current revisions of EPA procedures G1 and G2 found in EPA Traceability Protocol for Assay and Certification of Gaseous Calibration Standards dated September, 1997. By incorporating rigorous quality assurance procedures and three decades of experience manufacturing environmental calibration mixtures, we are able to offer the most comprehensive portfolio of reactive and nonreactive protocol gases. Metrology Standards Traceability Hierarchy
Standard Reference Materials (SRM) from NIST

Benefits and Features

1% accurate RATA Class mixtures lower your costs by helping to reduce RATA testing frequency by achieving Acid Rain Program relative accuracies below the EPAs 7.5% specification. 1% accurate RATA Class mixtures help achieve emissions reductions for sale of allowances on the open market. Dependable certification expiration dates are based on EPA G1 and EPA G2 revision requirements, as well as internal stability studies, to enable you to meet compliance requirements. Automatic notification of cylinder expiration is available via SHOP@airliquide, our online supply chain management services. Detailed Certificates of Accuracy and labeling provide documentation to allow you to demonstrate compliance with all Federal, state and local government regulations. Certificates of Accuracy are also available on SHOP@airliquide. Guaranteed stability of two-component and multi-component mixtures provides an extra level of confidence for all environmental calibration applications. Air Liquide multi-component Interference-Free protocol gases help reduce the number of cylinders needed, thus lowering costs overall. Assured availability through Air Liquides regional manufacturing of protocol gases provides just-in-time delivery to minimize the need for on-site inventory. Automatic reorders can be placed via SHOP@airliquide.
Gas Manufacturer Intermediate Standard (GMIS)

NIST-Traceable Reference Materials (NTRM)

Directly Traceable Gases

Indirectly Traceable Gases

Air Liquide also manufactures CEM DAILY STANDARDS and PROTOCOL ELEVEN mixtures for environmental applications. Contact your Air Liquide Representative or see the Environmental Compliance section of this catalog for more information.

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Dual-Analyzed Standards

SCOTT Interference-Free Multi-Component Protocol Gases


With the advent of acid rain legislation, Air Liquide pioneered the development of InterferenceFree multi-component protocol gases. This innovation set a new industry standard by allowing utilities to switch to multi-component protocol gases in order to save time and money in calibration auditing and cylinder handling. Interference-free technology also alleviated the concern regarding mixtures of sulfur dioxide, nitric oxide and carbon dioxide where high concentrations of CO2 can interfere with NO analysis on certain traditional analytical instrumentation. This interference-free technology is built into every RATA and Compliance Class multi-component product.

Impact of Interference
A Comparison Between Traditional and New Advanced Technology With traditional technology and methods, the measured concentration of NO can decline as a function of an increasing CO2 concentration, thus understating the NO concentration. Air Liquide InterferenceFree technology and methods accurately state the NO concentration.
100 Potential Interference Effect

RATA Class Protocol Gases: Most Accurate Protocol Available


SCOTT RATA Class protocol gases are recommended for all environmental applications requiring the highest degree of compliance certainty, including:

Primary calibration RATA tests Linearity tests CGAs and audits


90 5% 10% 15% Relative NO Concentration Measured

RATA Class protocol mixtures are engineered to achieve 1% accuracy, which makes RATA Class protocol gases especially valuable for Relative Accuracy Test Audits. Many utilities and other industrial facilities are pushing the performance of their continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) far below the 10% RATA requirement of the EPAs Acid Rain Program to save the $30,000 $70,000/year cost for RATA testing by achieving the EPA 7.5% accuracy limit. The RATA Class protocol is a critical element in achieving these savings. This class also provides accurate measurements of SO2 and NOx emissions thereby facilitating emissions trading credits where allowed. RATA Class mixtures are dual-analyzed. For each reactive component, two separate analyses are performed and analyzed directly against metrology institute standards to determine the concentrations. Air Liquides proprietary analytical technology created the capability for these two measurements to agree with each other within 1%, even in two, three or four-component mixtures. An easy-to-read Certificate of Accuracy is provided with each RATA Class mixture as illustrated on page 90.

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Concentration of CO2 Air Liquides Advanced Technology Traditional Technology

Compliance Class Protocol Gases: 2% Accurate


SCOTT Compliance Class protocol gases meet EPA requirements for less demanding environmental measurements. Compliance Class mixtures also feature dual-analysis and NIST standard traceability. A Certificate of Accuracy is provided with each Compliance Class mixture.

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Dual-Analyzed Standards

RATA Class Certificate of Accuracy


Every cylinder containing a SCOTT RATA Class or Compliance Class EPA protocol mixture is shipped with a Certificate of Accuracy. This Certificate of Accuracy can be affixed to the cylinder itself, mailed, faxed or electronically transmitted to you. Certificates of Accuracy are available online via SHOP@airliquide. Information varies by product class. This certificate exceeds EPA minimum requirements. Additionally, a label is attached to the EPA protocol gas cylinder that includes data required by EPA (items 1 to 9). Certificate of Accuracy Data 1 Cylinder ID number (serial number) 2 Certified concentration of the standard (ppm or % mole basis) 3 Balance gas in the standard mixture 4 Cylinder pressure at certification time 5 Assay/certification date
RATA CLASS
Dual-Analyzed Calibration Standard
6141 Easton Road, P.O. Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0310 (215) 766-8860 (800) 217-2688 FAX: (215) 766-0320

6 Certification expiration date 7 Reference standard identification (standard number, cylinder number and concentration) 8 Statement that the assay/certification conforms to EPA protocol guidelines 9 Analytical method used 10 Laboratory identification

CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: Interference-Free Multi-Component EPA Protocol Gas

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Assay Laboratory Air Liquide America Specialty Gases 6141 Easton Road Bldg 1 Plumsteadville PA 18949 Cylinder Number: ALM057617 Cylinder Pressure**: 1943 psig 4 Cylinder Size: 30AL

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P.O. No.: STOCK Project No.: 01-0000-000 Item No.: 55867530930AL Certification Date: 13Jan2009 Previous Certification Dates: None Exp Date: 13Jan2011

Customer XYZ Corporation 1244 Highland Road Knoxville TN 12345

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This certification was performed according to EPA Traceability Protocol for Assay and Certification of Gaseous Calibration Standards, Procedure G-1, September 1997.

CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION
Component Name Carbon Dioxide Nitric Oxide Sulfur Dioxide NitrogenOxygen Free Total Oxides of Nitrogen

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Concentration (Mole) 17.65% 447ppm 1111% 3 balance 447ppm

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Accuracy* (%) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Traceability Direct NIST Direct NIST Direct NIST Reference Value Only

11 Record of previous EPA protocol gas certification 12 Analytical accuracy of the mixture 13 Statement that certification was corrected for interferences, if applicable 14 Gas analyzer identification (make, model, serial number, measurement principle and last multipoint calibration date)

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*Analytical accuracy is based on the requirements of EPA Protocol Procedure G1, September 1997. **Do not use when cylinder pressure is below 150 psig.

REFERENCE STANDARD
Type/SRM No. NTRM 1800 NTRM 1686 NTRM 2690

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Expiration Date 01Mar2009 15Sep2012 15May2010

Cylinder Number K004320 KAL004346 KAL003173

Concentration 17.87% 490.8 ppm 975.0 ppm

Component Carbon Dioxide Nitric Oxide Sulfur Dioxide

14 INSTRUMENTATION
Instrument Model/Serial# FTIR//000928781 FTIR//000928781 FTIR//000928781 Date Last Calibrated 20Dec2008 24Dec2008 08Jan2009

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Analytical Procedure FTIR FTIR FTIR

15 ANALYZER READINGS
FIRST TRIAD ANALYSIS
Carbon Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: % Z1 = 0.00232 R1 = 17.83408 R2 = 17.84356 Z2 = 0.00963 Z3 = 0.01121 T3 = 17.63228 Avg. Concentration: 17.65% T1 = 17.60468 T2 = 17.62386 R3 = 17.85038

SECOND TRIAD ANALYSIS


Carbon Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: % Z1 = 0.00000 R1 = 0.00000 R2 = 0.00000 Z2 = 0.00000 Z3 = 0.00000 T3 = 0.00000 Avg. Concentration: 17.65% T1 = 0.00000 T2 = 0.00000 R3 = 0.00000

CALIBRATION CURVE
Carbon Dioxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99996E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 9.52789E-1 C = 1.32570E-2 D = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0 Nitric Oxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99999E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 8.90636E-1 C = 3.60000ED = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0 Sulfur Dioxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99999E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 9.96407E-1 C = 4.00000E-6 D = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0

15 All triad analyzer readings and calculations used to obtain the certified value 16 Inclusion of a correlation coefficient that is a measure of the quality and accuracy of the calibration curve used in the EPA protocol gas certification 17 Expiration dates of reference standards that further validate the analysis of EPA protocol gases 18 Total oxides of nitrogen reported for nitric oxide protocol gases

Nitric Oxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.01192 R1 = 490.5973 R2 = 491.4475 Z2 = 0.06742 Z3 = 0.23608 T3 = 448.1997 Avg. Concentration: 447.4 ppm T1 = 447.6637 T2 = 447.7400 R3 = 491.8114

Nitric Oxide Date: 13Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.08823 R1 = 490.8759 R2 = 491.0290 Z2 = 0.24821 Z3 = 0.35413 T3 = 447.1983 Avg. Concentration: 446.8 ppm

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T1 = 446.9677 T2 = 447.0860 R3 = 491.2220

Sulfur Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.13402 R1 = 978.1843 R2 = 978.2311 Z2 = 0.01899 Z3 = 0.04552 T3 = 1115.473 Avg. Concentration: 1111 ppm T1 = 1114.934 T2 = 1115.11 R3 = 978.4597

Sulfur Dioxide Date: 13Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.27726 R1 = 976.0623 R2 = 977.2268 Z2 = 0.55561 Z3 = 0.61956 T3 = 1113.81 Avg. Concentration: 1111 ppm T1 = 1112.257 T2 = 1113.796 R3 = 977.4472

(Z=Zero Gas R=Reference Gas T=Test Gas r=Correlation Coefficient)

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Special Notes: Not applicable.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

LuciMartens

Date: _________________________

1-13-09

Note: For illustrative purposes the RATA Class Certificate of Accuracy is shown as being one-sided. Your actual document will be two-sided.

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Dual-Certified Standards

SCOTT Mixture Classes


Reference Class
SCOTT Reference Class mixtures are engineered to provide 1% accuracy. They are gravimetrically prepared using GRAVSTAT, dual-certified, and they are available in a wide range of components and concentrations. Reference Class mixtures are guaranteed to be traceable to NIST, VSL or Air Liquide Reference Standards (ALRSs), which in many cases are the only established reference materials in the world.

Recommended Applications for Gravimetric Products


Primary calibrations End product valuation and custody transfer Sulfur control in hydrocarbons Fluorocarbon recovery standards Laboratory optimization mixtures Applications requiring highly accurate dual-certification

The Air Liquide Interlock Advantage


Reference Class mixtures receive two rigorous, independent methods of certification, one during gravimetric blending using our GRAVSTAT process, and the other using proprietary laboratory analytical procedures from Air Liquide. Each process yields an accurate concentration for each component. These independent concentrations are then interlocked they must agree with each other to within 1%. Our exclusive interlocking feature allows for two independent determinations of the true concentration of each component to be built into every mix. These independent measures confirm one another, and therefore guarantee that our certification processes are unbiased. Interlocking concentrations work to your advantage allowing you to perform extremely precise instrument calibrations that will not drift over time. As a result, you can exert tighter SPC control limits on processes. Air Liquide provides a detailed Certificate of Accuracy with every Reference Class mixture as shown on the next page. The analyzed concentration is reported for each minor component. In mixtures with a concentration above 2%, the GRAVSTAT-determined concentration is reported and the analyzed concentration is shown. In addition, the requested concentration is shown and the Certificate of Accuracy also documents the traceability and shelf life.

Cost-Effective and Dependable Calibration Reference Class mixtures are appropriate in applications such as hydrocarbon processing, where high-accuracy calibration is of prime importance. This product assures reproducibility of your particular mixture over time. Every subsequent Reference Class product you receive in the future is guaranteed to calibrate within 1% of your original mixture.

Benefits and Features

Dual-certification, independent blending and laboratory analytical values guarantee the accuracy of your mixture. Air Liquides exclusive, interlocked concentration values permit precise calibrations that will not drift over time, allowing tighter SPC. Air Liquide Reference Standards (ALRSs) provide traceability over the widest range of components and concentrations available in the industry. Guaranteed 1% accuracy minimizes uncertainty in critical primary calibration applications. Produced using GRAVSTAT, a gravimetric gas metering methodology for proven reliability. Assured availability from Air Liquides regional manufacturing facilities provides just-in-time delivery to minimize the need for on-site inventory.

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Dual-Certified Standards

Reference Class Certificate of Accuracy


Every cylinder containing a SCOTT Reference Class mixture is shipped with a Certificate of Accuracy. This Certificate of Accuracy can be affixed to the cylinder itself, mailed, faxed or electronically transmitted to you. Certificates of Accuracy are also available online via SHOP@airliquide. Certificate of Accuracy Data 1 Cylinder identification number and other product information 2 Certified concentration (ppm or % mole basis; weight basis is optional) 3 Certified accuracy by component
REFERENCE CLASS
Dual-Certified Calibration Standards
6141 Easton Road, P.O. Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0310 (215) 766-8860 (800) 217-2688 FAX: (215) 766-0320

4 List of minor components and balance gas/liquid 5 Traceability of blending process (traceable by weight to NIST or VSL) 6 Traceability of laboratory analysis (traceable to NIST, VSL or other recognized standards or ALRSs)

CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: Reference Class Calibration Standard


Product Information Project No.: 01-0000-000 Item No.: 01020010570QAL P.O. No.: 4519XXXX Customer XYZ Corporation 1244 Highland Road Knoxville TN 12345

Cylinder Number: 30AL M031007 Cylinder Size: 30AL Certification Date: 08Mar2009 Expiration Date: 08Mar2011

CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION

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Concentration (Mole) 1.25% 291 ppm 33 ppm balance

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Accuracy (%) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Component Name Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Propane Air

7 Detailed information by component 8 Requested concentration 9 Blended (gravimetric) concentration

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TRACEABILITY
Description GRAVSTAT Traceability Analytical Traceability Traceability Type Weight Gas Standards Traceable to NIST NIST

10 Analyzed (lab) concentration 11 Blend tolerance result


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Interlocking Result (%) 1.00 1.00 1.00

SPECIFICATIONS

GRAVSTAT Analytical Requested GRAVSTAT Analyzed Blend Tolerance Process Accuracy Component Concentration Concentration Concentration Result (%) Accuracy Result Result Name (Mole) (Mole) (Mole) (%) (%) 8 1.25% 12 1.00 13 1.00 Carbon Dioxide 1.25% 1.25% 0.0 Carbon Monoxide 285 ppm 285 ppm 291 ppm 0.0 1.00 1.00 Propane 33 ppm 33 ppm 33 ppm 0.0 1.00 1.00 Air

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12 Process accuracy result 13 Analytical accuracy result 14 Interlocking calculation result (Reference Class interlocks to 1%) 15 Traceability of blending process (traceable by weight to NIST or VSL) 16 Traceability of laboratory analysis (traceable to internal reference standard) 17 Analytical instrumentation list, principle and method 18 Physical property information

15 TRACEABILITY
Process Traceability Method GRAVSTAT Blending Traceability to NIST Cylinder Number Concentration Component 49026477 1.981% Carbon Dioxide 30AL003906 499.8 ppm Carbon Monoxide 30ALM013242 99.50 ppm Propane

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Analytical Traceability Type/SRM No. NTRM 2622 NTRM 1680 NTRM 1668

Expiration Date 01Jun2009 02Oct2011 15Aug2009

17 INSTRUMENTATION
Instrument/ Model/Serial# MTI/M200/170927 SIEMENS/6E/KN-240 NTRM 1668 Date Last Calibrated 08Mar2009 08Mar2009 08Mar2009 Analytical Principle GC-TCD NDIR GC-FID Analytical Method GC-TCD NDIR GC-FID

18 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Cylinder Size 30AL Pressure 2000 psig Expiration Date 08Mar2011

19 Special handling instructions


Certified impurities available upon request. Note: For illustrative purposes the Certificate of Accuracy is shown as being one-sided. Your actual document will be two-sided.

19 SPECIAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS


Do not use or store cylinder at or below the stated dew point temperature. Possible condensation of heavier components could result. In the event the cylinder has been exposed to temperatures at or below the dew point, place the cylinder in heated area for 24 hours and then roll the cylinder for 15 minutes to remix. Use of calibration standards at or below dew point temperature may result in calibration error.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

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Date: _________________________

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SCOTT Mixture Classes


ACUBLEND Master Class
ACUBLEND products have been a specialty gas industry standard for over 30 years. More calibration gas mixtures have been manufactured by ACUBLEND than any other process. Many customers have come to depend on the homogeneity, consistency and repeatability of ACUBLEND mixtures for their ongoing, close tolerance calibration needs. SCOTT ACUBLEND Master Class mixtures are produced using our patented ACUBLEND and FLEXBLEND gas blending and analysis technologies. These unique processes allow Air Liquide to blend, mix, compress and analyze gas mixtures in a single operation using either gas or liquid phase minor components. Because the ACUBLEND and FLEXBLEND processes are so tightly controlled, the cylinders produced from them are completely homogeneous from top to bottom within the cylinder, from cylinder-to-cylinder, and even from batch-to-batch. Each cylinder contains a mix that has a single-certified analytical concentration, accuracy and traceability when the blending is finished.

Recommended Applications

Calibration for multiple users Auto emissions test cells Multi-facility calibrations Long-term or recurring calibrations Homogeneous consumable process materials Applications requiring large volumes of a given mixture

Zero Blend Tolerance Upon request, ACUBLEND Master Class mixtures can be manufactured with a unique attribute we call Zero Blend Tolerance. Zero Blend Tolerance simply means no deviation from ordered concentration, in that the concentration we produce for you is the same as the concentration you requested. Zero Blend Tolerance is a very useful feature for those applications where you need a calibration standard at an exact, specified concentration, or where a new calibration standard that you order must match up exactly with your existing ACUBLEND Master Class mix currently in use. Repeat orders can perfectly duplicate prior orders and cylinders can be interchanged with no harm to your process.

Dynamic Blending Using Proprietary Reference Standards


ACUBLEND Master Class mixtures are dynamically blended using high resolution, real-time analyzers. We use NIST or Air Liquide Reference Standards (ALRSs) for primary calibrations. Air Liquide employs extensive, proprietary calibration algorithms to control our analyzers and achieve an analytical accuracy of 1% or 2%, depending on the concentration range you choose. SCOTT ACUBLEND Master Class mixtures are backed by our state-of-the-art process controls and include those mixtures where our knowledge of real-time sensors and calibration techniques has demonstrated that an interference-free measurement can be made in real time and within our analytical accuracy specifications. As with our other product classes, raw materials are carefully selected and verified to purity specifications prior to use in the ACUBLEND process. Air Liquide provides a detailed Certificate of Accuracy with every ACUBLEND Master Class mixture as shown on page 94. The analyzed concentration is reported for each minor component. In addition, the requested concentration can be shown.

Benefits and Features


Short production time results in fast delivery. Identical mixture concentrations can be used with multiple process streams at various locations to ensure identical calibration. Zero Blend Tolerance results in receiving exactly the concentration you ordered. Completely homogeneous mixtures improve the accuracy and dependability. A virtually unlimited supply of identical mixturesfrom cylinder-to-cylinder and batch-to-batcheliminates the need for recalibration due to variations in mixture concentrations.

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Single-Certified Standards

ACUBLEND Class Certificate of Accuracy


Every cylinder containing a SCOTT ACUBLEND Master Class mixture is shipped with a Certificate of Accuracy. This Certificate of Accuracy can be affixed to the cylinder itself, mailed, faxed or electronically transmitted to you. Certificates of Accuracy are also available online via SHOP@airliquide. Certificate of Accuracy Data 1 Cylinder identification number and other product information 2 Certified concentration (ppm or % mole basis) 3 Certified accuracy by component
ACUBLEND MASTER CLASS
Single-Certified Calibration Standard
6141 Easton Road, P.O. Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0310 (215) 766-8860 (800) 217-2688 FAX: (215) 766-0320

4 List of minor components and balance gas 5 Traceability of laboratory analysis (traceable to internal Air Liquide Reference Standard or ALRSs) 6 Detailed information by component

CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: ACUBLEND Master Class Calibration Standard


Product Information Project No.: 01-0000-000 Item No.: 01020010570VAL P.O. No.: 45191XXXX Customer XYZ Corporation 1244 Highland Road Knoxville TN 12345

Cylinder Number: 30AL 01020 Cylinder Size: 30AL Certification Date: 27Jan2009 Expiration Date: 27Jan2011

CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION

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Concentration (Mole) 12.02% 4% 2010 ppm 1204 ppm balance 2015 ppm

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Accuracy (%) 1 1 1 1 Reference Value Only

7 Requested concentration 8 Analyzed (lab) concentration 9 Blend tolerance result 10 Analytical accuracy result 11 Traceability of laboratory analysis (traceable to internal reference standard) 12 Analytical instrumentation list, principle and method 13 Physical property information 14 Special handling instructions

Component Name Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Nitric Oxide Propane NitrogenOxygen Free Total Oxides of Nitrogen

TRACEABILITY

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Description Analytical Traceability

Traceability Type Gas Standards

Traceable to ALRS

SPECIFICATIONS
Component Name Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Nitric Oxide Propane Nitrogen Oxygen Free

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Requested Analyzed Blend Tolerance Analytical Concentration Concentration Result Accuracy (Mole) (Mole) (%) Result (%) 12% 12.02% 0.2 1.00 4% 4% 0.0 1.00 2000 ppm 2010 ppm 0.5 1.00 1200 ppm 1204 ppm 0.3 1.00 balance balance

TRACEABILITY

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Analytical Traceability Type/SRM No. 4 COMP/N2 4 COMP/N2 4 COMP/N2 4 COMP/N2

Expiration Date 01May2010 01May2010 01May2010 01May2010

Cylinder Number Concentration Component 30ALM034716 12.06% Carbon Dioxide 30ALM034716 3.988% Carbon Monoxide 30ALM034716 2001 ppm Nitric Oxide 30ALM034716 1204 ppm Propane

Note: For illustrative purposes the Certificate of Accuracy is shown as being one-sided. Your actual document will be two-sided.

12 INSTRUMENTATION
Instrument/ Model/Serial# Horiba/AIA-23/8506580523 Horiba/AIA-210/EFAS5000 NOX/CLA-220/FORO3E06 Horiba/FIA-220/4341531003 Date Last Calibrated 27Jan2009 27Jan2009 27Jan2009 27Jan2009 Analytical Principle NDIR NDIR CHEMIS Process FID

13 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Cylinder Size 30AL Pressure 2015 psig Expiration Date 27Jan2011

14 SPECIAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS


Do not use or store cylinder at or below the stated dew point temperature. Possible condensation of heavier components could result. In the event the cylinder has been exposed to temperatures at or below the dew point, place the cylinder in heated area for 24 hours and then roll the cylinder for 15 minutes to remix. Use of calibration standards at or below dew point temperature may result in calibration error.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

LuciMartens

Date: _________________________

1-27-09

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Certified Class
SCOTT Certified Class mixtures offer the largest selection and combination of components, concentrations, balance gases and cylinder options. You may choose from any components listed on pages 14 and 15, or contact Air Liquide to discuss your custom applications. Components can be blended into a variety of balance gases, such as the traditional nitrogen, air or helium. The Certified Class mixtures even offer you the option of blending components into difficult hydrocarbon gas and liquid phases such as methane, ethylene or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). In Certified Class, both reactive and nonreactive components are available in almost any concentration range, and with one, a few or a large number of components, limited only by the physical properties and chemical reactivities of the components themselves. Air Liquide has successfully produced mixtures with more than 100 components to meet specialized customer needs.

Recommended Applications

Reactive component analysis Chemical or remote ambient screening Complex matrix analysis Gasoline / RFG / fuels analysis Health / safety / worker exposure measurements Exploratory and one-of-a-kind mixtures

Certified Master Class Mixtures


Certified Master Class mixtures are blended using high-accuracy gravimetric, volumetric or our patented ACUBLEND and FLEXBLEND techniques, depending on the components, concentrations and combinations you select. This class of mixtures is single-certified, that is, the stated (certified) concentration is determined from either the blend process or from instrumental analysis. For Certified Master Class mixtures, the accuracy of the certified concentration is typically 1% or 2% depending on the concentration range you select. While some suppliers offer gas mixtures they refer to as being certified, Air Liquides Certified Master Class mixtures feature both guaranteed concentration and accuracy for each component in your mix. As a result, you can be certain that your Certified Class mixture meets Air Liquide specifications. Certified Master Class products provide you flexibility in component selection. Raw materials are carefully selected and analyzed to control impurities prior to use, even in cases where rare, unusual or customer provided materials are used. Further, and prior to manufacture, Air Liquide conducts extensive engineering for every Certified Class mixture to assure that each mixture can be prepared safely and that no uncontrolled cross-contamination or cross-interference will occur. Air Liquide provides a detailed Certificate of Accuracy with every Certified Master Class mixture. The certified concentration is reported for each minor component. In addition, the requested concentration can be shown indicating the blend tolerance specification ordered, a useful feature for reordering. Every Certified Master Class Certificate of Accuracy also documents the process traceability and shelf life. A sample certificate is shown on page 97.

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Certified Working Class Mixtures
SCOTT Certified Class mixtures are used in a wide variety of laboratory and online instrumentation applications such as primary calibration and validation under statistical process control (SPC). Your specific requirement will drive the choice of class. Air Liquide selects the appropriate high-accuracy gravimetric, volumetric or dynamic process to blend your Certified Working Class mixture, depending on the components and concentrations you select. Working Class mixtures are single-certified, and the accuracy of the certified concentration ranges between 2% to 5%, depending on the concentration range you select. Certified Working Class products also provide you with tremendous flexibility in component selection and combination. Air Liquide practices the same careful raw material quality control and preblend engineering as used in Certified Master products to assure a reliable and safe mix. An added benefit, depending on your specific needs, is that a Certified Working Class product may actually be available at a lower concentration or for a more reactive component than for the corresponding Certified Master Class, because of the wider tolerances allowed by the Certified Working Class specifications. Air Liquide provides a detailed Certificate of Accuracy with every Certified Working Class mixture. The certified concentration is reported for each minor component. In addition, the requested concentration can be shown indicating the blend tolerance specification, a useful feature for reordering. Every Certified Working Class Certificate of Accuracy also documents the process traceability and shelf life. Fuel Gas BTU Analysis In-plant heating and power generation processes represent one of the biggest operating costs faced by refineries, petrochemical and chemical plants. Accurate determination of the BTU content of fuel gas is an important facet of controlling energy costs. By using SCOTT Certified Class mixtures, many oil and chemical companies have reduced their energy costs through accurate determination of the BTU content of their fuel gas streams. For custody transfer or sales applications, we recommend using Reference Class mixtures. Fired Heater and Furnace Optimization SCOTT Certified Class mixtures may be used to accurately analyze the levels of oxygen, carbon monoxide and unburned hydrocarbons contained in the exhaust gases from fired heaters and cracking furnaces. Without accurate analysis and proper control of these components, a plants energy costs would skyrocket. Certified Class mixtures will help you reduce your energy costs by providing you with an accurate analysis so that you can better control these critical unit operations.

Pushing the Technical Envelope


When your specialty gas application has challenging specifications, Certified Class Mixtures from Air Liquide are an excellent choice. No other specialty gas manufacturer combines leading-edge mixture specifications with such great flexibility in component selection, concentration or combination. When no one else can do it, contact Air Liquide, receive technical support and get your job done right.

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Certified Class Certificate of Accuracy


Every cylinder containing a SCOTT Certified Class mixture is shipped with a Certificate of Accuracy. This Certificate of Accuracy can be affixed to the cylinder itself, mailed, faxed or electronically transmitted to you. Certificates of Accuracy are also available online via SHOP@airliquide. Information varies by product class. Certificate of Accuracy Data 1 Cylinder identification number and other product information 2 Certified concentration (ppm or % mole basis; weight basis is optional) 3 Certified accuracy by component
CERTIFIED MASTER CLASS
Single-Certified Calibration Standard
6141 Easton Road, P.O. Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0310 (215) 766-8860 (800) 217-2688 FAX: (215) 766-0320

4 List of minor components and balance gas/liquid 5 Traceability of certification process 6 Detailed information by component 7 Requested concentration 8 Certified concentration

CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: Certified Master Class Calibration Standard


Product Information Project No.: 01-0000-000 Item No.: 01020010258PAL P.O. No.: 45191XXXX Customer XYZ Corporation. 1244 Highland Road Knoxville TN 12345

Cylinder Number: 30AL071598 Cylinder Size: 30AL Certification Date: 23May2009 Expiration Date: 23Nov2009

CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION

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Concentration (Mole) 60.1 ppm 22.5 ppm 1.46% 15% balance

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Accuracy (%) 2 2 2 2

Component Name Carbon Monoxide Hydrogen Sulfide Methane Oxygen Nitrogen

9 Blend tolerance result 10 Certified accuracy result 11 Traceability of mixture 12 Physical property information

TRACEABILITY
Traceable To Air Liquide Reference Standard

SPECIFICATIONS

10

13 Special handling instructions


Note: For illustrative purposes the Certified Master Class Certificate of Accuracy is shown as being one-sided. Your actual document will be two-sided.

Component Name Carbon Monoxide Hydrogen Sulfide Methane Oxygen Nitrogen

Requested Analyzed Blend Tolerance Analytical Concentration Concentration Result Accuracy (Mole) (Mole) (%) Result (%) 60 ppm 60.1 ppm 0.2 2.00 20 ppm 22.5 ppm 12.5 2.00 1.45% 1.46% 0.7 2.00 15% 15% 0.0 2.00 balance balance

TRACEABILITY

11

Traceable to Air Liquide Reference Standard

12 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Cylinder Size 30AL Pressure 2000 psig Expiration Date 23Nov2009

13 SPECIAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS


Do not use or store cylinder at or below the stated dew point temperature. Possible condensation of heavier components could result. In the event the cylinder has been exposed to temperatures at or below the dew point, place the cylinder in heated area for 24 hours and then roll the cylinder for 15 minutes to remix. Use of calibration standards at or below dew point temperature may result in calibration error.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

LuciMartens

Date: _________________________

5-23-09

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Custom Standards

SCOTT Mixture Classes


Custom Class
Air Liquides mixture product classes provide unsurpassed versatility in meeting a wide range of application needs. Even so, with our Custom Class we stand ready to prepare your specialized mixture with specifications that may not quite fit within our predetermined classes. At some companies, the skys the limit. At Air Liquide, its just the beginning. With Custom Class, you can mix and match Air Liquides standard specifications with your own proprietary specifications.
Custom Class Specifications Dual-Analyzed Dual-Certified Available Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Design your Custom Class Mixture to Meet your Specifications


Custom Class allows you to select the mixture specifications that meet your special application requirements, including blend tolerance, analytical accuracy, process accuracy and reproducibility. You may also determine the traceability of your mixture by selecting the linking scheme and referencing materials used, which can include your own internal standards. Air Liquide technical personnel will work with you to design your custom mixture. Our mixture engineering process also defines the environmental and safety conditions to assure a safe and reliable product can be made. Custom Class mixtures are then blended using one or more of our high-accuracy blending processes including GRAVSTAT, MICROGRAV, and ACUBLEND, depending on the specifications you provide. Individual components in this class of mixtures, in any combination, can be dual-certified, single-certified or uncertified, in concentration ranges and at accuracies that you specify. Air Liquide will define temperature and pressure conditions that assure constant compositions in a single phase as well as compound compatibility considerations. Contact Air Liquide today to design your custom mixture.

Single-Certified Blend Tolerance Analytical Accuracy Process Accuracy Reproducibility Interlocking Concentrations Analytical Traceability Process Traceability Component Verification Critical Impurities Analysis Gas Phase Standards Liquid Phase Standards Inert Minor Components Reactive Minor Components Proprietary Blend Components Custom Synthesized Blend Components Standard Industry Methods Customer Specified Methods Use of Customer Reference Standards Customized Certificate of Accuracy

Benefits and Features


Specialized customer requirements. Developmental and exploratory mixtures. Products with mixed blend and accuracy specifications, by component.

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Acetaldehyde CH3CHO
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator.......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator....... Model 213, Page 271

in Helium
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 134 71 27 m3 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 500 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 500 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

Acrylonitrile CH2CHCN
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 500 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Acrylonitrile continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 500 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

Ammonia NH3
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 660 in N2 .......................................................... 705 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes ..................... Please Inquire Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 161.

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 RATA Class Compliance Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 4.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

5 9.9 ppm

10 9999 ppm

1 10%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. See page 157 for details about Air Liquides exclusive Title V Ammonia Standards. Please note: Mixtures may be limited by availability of standards please inquire.

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Ammonia continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 RATA Class Compliance Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 4.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

5 9.9 ppm

10 9999 ppm

1 10%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. See page 157 for details about Air Liquides exclusive Title V Ammonia Standards. Please note: Mixtures may be limited by availability of standards please inquire.

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Two-Component

Argon Ar
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in He and N2 .............................................. 580 in O2 .......................................................... 296 DOT/TC Label in He and N2 .............................. Nonflammable in O2 ........................... Nonflammable, Oxidizer Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Helium
Contents Concentration 5 10 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 199 78 31 199 78 31 199 78 31 206 81 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

11 99 ppm

100 999 ppm

0.1 49%

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 5 10 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 209 82 32 213 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

11 99 ppm

100 999 ppm

0.1 49%

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Argon continued
in Oxygen
Contents Concentration 5 10 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 196 77 30 196 77 30 196 77 30 206 81 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 Reference Class Master Class Working Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Single-Certified Standards Certified

11 99 ppm

100 999 ppm

0.1 49%

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Two-Component

Benzene C6H6
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 9 ppm

10 99 ppm

100 1000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class


Working Class

10 999 ppb**

1 9 ppm

10 99 ppm

100 1000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** Air Liquide also offers the only ppb benzene calibration standards with guaranteed stability please inquire. Available in Custom Class only please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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n-Butane C4H10
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 6000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 10,000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Carbon Dioxide CO2


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 580 in O2 .......................................................... 296 DOT/TC Label in Air and N2 .............................. Nonflammable in O2 ........................... Nonflammable, Oxidizer Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 For balances air and nitrogen: See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 161.

in Air
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 144 76 29 220 86 35 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 1

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm

1 20%

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Carbon Dioxide continued


in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 140 74 28 211 83 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm

1 20%

in Oxygen
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 151 80 30 151 80 30 151 80 30 226 90 35 226 90 35 m3 4 2 0.9 4 2 0.9 4 2 0.9 6 3 1 6 3 1

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm

1 20%

For multi-component environmental carbon dioxide mixtures, see page 151. For medical and diagnostic oxygen balance products, please inquire.

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Two-Component

Carbon Disulfide CS2


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE

1 49 ppm

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ACULIFE

50 999 ppm

Carbon disulfide mixtures are also available in hydrocarbon balance gases. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Carbon Monoxide CO
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 161.

in Air
Contents Concentration 0.5 9.9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm*

1 3%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Carbon monoxide calibration standards are also available in hydrogen balance gases. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Two-Component

Carbon Monoxide continued


in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 0.5 9.9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

10 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm*

1 10%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Carbonyl Sulfide COS


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 9 ppm

10 49 ppm

50 999 ppm

0.1 3%

Carbonyl sulfide calibration standards are also available in hydrocarbon balance gases. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Two-Component

Chlorine Cl2
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 660 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

1 49 ppm

Dimethyl Disulfide CH3S2CH3


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

ACULIFE

50 999 ppm

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 9 ppm

10 49 ppm

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ACULIFE

50 999 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers sub-ppm dimethyl disulfide calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Two-Component

Dimethyl Sulfide CH3SCH3


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 9.9 ppm

10 49 ppm

50 999 ppm

Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers sub-ppm dimethyl sulfide calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Two-Component

Ethane C2H6
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label in Air .......................................... Nonflammable in N2 ............................ Varies by Concentration Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 99 ppm

100 9000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 20%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Ethanol C2H5OH
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

0.1 99 ppm

ACULIFE

100 950 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers ppm ethanol calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Two-Component

Ethylene C2H4
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label in Air .......................................... Nonflammable in N2 ............................ Varies by Concentration Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 99 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

100 999 ppm

1000 9000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 20%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Ethylene Oxide C2H4O


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes ..................... Please Inquire Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

1 5 ppm

ACULIFE

5.1 99 ppm

100 999 ppm

0.1 2%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers ppm ethylene oxide calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

Formaldehyde HCHO
Cylinder Pressure .......................... Please Inquire Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL CF 140 m3 4 Custom Class

0.1 30 ppm

30.1 100 ppm*

30AL

140

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Halocarbon 12 CCI2F2
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in He and N2 .............................................. 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 9 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 4999 ppm

0.5 5%*

in Helium
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 199 78 31 199 78 31 199 78 31 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 4999 ppm

0.5 5%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Please note: Availability is subject to limits imposed by international agreements.

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Halocarbon 12 continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 Reference Class Master Class Working Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Single-Certified Standards Certified

50 4999 ppm

0.5 5%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Please note: Availability is subject to limits imposed by international agreements.

Helium He
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 10 99 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 209 82 32 206 81 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

100 999 ppm

0.1 9.9%

10 49%

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Two-Component

n-Hexane C6H14
Cylinder Pressure 108 ........................................ 240 psig (17 bar) All Others ........................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 in 108 ................................................ 510 in N2 in all Others ....................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 999 ppb*

1 49 ppm

50 5000 ppm**

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 108 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 66 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 2 Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 999 ppb*

1 49 ppm

50 5000 ppm**

* Contact your Air Liquide representative for available MICROGRAV ppt mixtures and recommended equipment. ** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers ppb hexane calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Hydrogen H2
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in He and N2 .............................................. 350 DOT/TC Label in Air .......................................... Nonflammable in He and N2 ............... Varies by Concentration Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Air
Contents Concentration 5 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 83 33 214 83 33 214 83 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 2%

in Helium
Contents Concentration 5 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 199 78 31 199 78 31 199 78 31 199 78 31 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 24.9%

25 49%

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Hydrogen continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 5 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 206 81 32 206 81 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 Reference Class Master Class Working Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Single-Certified Standards Certified

50 999 ppm

0.1 24.9%

25 49%

For Flame Ionization Detector (FID) fuel mixtures, see page 210 or contact your Air Liquide representative.

Hydrogen Chloride HCl


Cylinder Pressure AN ..................................... 2000 psig (138 bar) KN ..................................... 2300 psig (159 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes ..................... Please Inquire Recommended Equipment Single-Stage Regulator with Cross Purge Assembly ................... Model 217CP, Page 273 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 161.

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size KN AN CF 273 209 m3 8 6 Working Class

5 24.9 ppm

ACULIFE

25 5000 ppm

KN AN

273 209

8 6

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0.5% 5%

KN AN

273 209

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Hydrogen Cyanide HCN


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Single-Stage Regulator with Cross Purge Assembly ................... Model 217CP, Page 273 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Master Class Working Class

5 4999 ppm

5000 ppm 1%

Hydrogen Sulfide H2S


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 660 in CH4 and N2 ............................................ 330 DOT/TC Label in Air and N2 .............................. Nonflammable in CH4 ............................................. Flammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 For balances air and nitrogen: See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 9.9 ppm

ACULIFE

10 99 ppm

ACULIFE

100 999 ppm

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Hydrogen Sulfide continued


in Methane
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 175 93 35 175 93 35 175 93 35 m3 5 3 1 5 3 1 5 3 1 Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

10 99 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

100 999 ppm

0.1 3%

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.25 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 9.9 ppm

10 99 ppm

ACULIFE

100 999 ppm

124

ACULIFE

0.1 3%

Hydrogen sulfide calibration standards are also available in other hydrocarbon balance gases. For information regarding SCOTT PROTOCOL ELEVEN mixtures that correlate to EPA Method 11 see page 159.

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Isobutane CH(CH3)3
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 99 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

100 6000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1000 10000 ppm

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Isobutylene C4H8
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 .......................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1000 6000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1000 10000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Methane CH4
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in Ar and N2 ............................................... 350 DOT/TC Label in Air .......................................... Nonflammable in Ar and N2 ................ Varies by Concentration Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 For balance air: See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. Methane in air is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in Air
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 214 84 33 144 76 29 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 2.5%*

in Argon
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 225 89 35 225 89 35 229 90 35 238 94 37 m3 6 3 1 6 3 1 7 3 1 7 3 1

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 24.9%

25 49%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Methane continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 209 82 33 140 74 28 209 82 33 209 82 33 225 88 35 m3 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 3 1 Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 2.9%

3 49%

For natural gas and BTU standards, see page 194 or contact your Air Liquide representative.

Methanol CH3OH
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Size 30AL CF 140 m3 4 Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

0.1 275 ppm

128

ACULIFE

276 3500 ppm*

30AL

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers ppm methanol calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Two-Component

Methyl Mercaptan CH3SH


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label in CH4 ............................................. Flammable in N2 .......................................... Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Methane
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 175 93 35 175 93 35 175 93 35 * * * m3 5 3 1 5 3 1 5 3 1 * * * Master Class Working Class

0.1 1 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1.1 49 ppm

50 999 ppm

0.1 1%

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 * * * m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 * * * Master Class Working Class

0.1 1 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1.1 49 ppm

50 999 ppm

0.1 1%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Not available in SCOTTY Transportable cylinders. Methyl mercaptan calibration standards are also available in hydrocarbon balance gases. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Two-Component

Nitric Oxide NO
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 660 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

5 9.9 ppm

10 29.9 ppm

30 99 ppm

100 4999 ppm

5000 ppm 1%

NO protocols are available with exclusive 0.7% analytical accuracy. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information about our Emissions Credit Class Gold Standard EPA Protocols.

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Nitrogen N2
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Argon
Contents Concentration 10 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 225 89 35 225 89 35 221 87 34 m3 6 3 1 6 3 1 6 3 1

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 49%

in Helium
Contents Concentration 10 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 199 78 31 199 78 31 200 79 31 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 49%

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Two-Component

Nitrogen Dioxide NO2


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 660 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 For balance air: See page 150 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. For balances air and nitrogen: This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 RATA Class Compliance Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

5 29.9 ppm

30 99.9 ppm

100 499 ppm

500 5000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers sub-ppb nitrogen dioxide calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Nitrogen Dioxide continued


in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 RATA Class Compliance Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

5 29.9 ppm

30 99.9 ppm

100 499 ppm

500 5000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Nitrous Oxide N2O


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 590 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 0.1 0.9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 100 ppm

101 ppm 1%

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Oxygen O2
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. O2 5% ..................................................... 580 5% < O2 23.5% ...................................... 590 23.5% < O2 ................................................ 296 DOT/TC Label ................ Varies by Concentration Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 For balance nitrogen: See page 151 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in Helium
Contents Concentration 5 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 199 78 31 199 78 31 199 78 31 216 85 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 999 ppm

0.1 22.9%

23 49%

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 5 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 140 74 28 214 84 33 213 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

50 3999 ppm

0.4 23.5%

23.6 49%

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n-Pentane C5H12
Cylinder Pressure 108 ........................................ 240 psig (17 bar) All Others ........................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 in 108 ................................................ 510 in N2 all Others............................................ 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 6000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 49 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 108 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 80 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 2

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

50 ppm 1%*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Propane C3H8
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 ........................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 See page 151 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 162.

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 99 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 214 84 33 144 76 29 214 84 33 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

100 999 ppm

1000 6000 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Propane continued
in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 99 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 209 82 32 140 74 28 209 82 32 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

100 999 ppm

0.1 1%

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Propylene C3H6
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 ........................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration 1 99 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 214 84 33 214 84 33 214 84 33 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

100 999 ppm

1000 6000 ppm*

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 999 ppm Size 44 16 7 44 16 7 CF 209 82 32 209 82 32 m3 6 2 0.9 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class Acublend Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 3%

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component

Styrene C8H8
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 0.1 9 ppm Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

10 100 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Sulfur Dioxide SO2


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 660 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271 See page 151 for EPA protocol gas specifications, EPA defined concentrations, and multi-component environmental mixtures. This product is also available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements see page 163.

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

0.25 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

5 9.9 ppm

10 99 ppm

ACULIFE

100 4999 ppm

ACULIFE

0.5 1%

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Two-Component

Sulfur Dioxide continued


in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9 RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

0.25 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

5 9.9 ppm

10 99 ppm

ACULIFE

100 4999 ppm

142

ACULIFE

0.5 1%

SO2 protocols are available with exclusive 0.7% analytical accuracy. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information about our Emissions Credit Class Gold Standard EPA Protocols.

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Two-Component

Sulfur Hexafluoride SF6


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 ........................................................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Air
Contents Concentration 10 ppb 0.99 ppm* Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 214 84 33 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 99 ppm*

100 ppm 1%

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 10 ppb 0.99 ppm* Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 44 16 7 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 209 82 32 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 6 2 0.9

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

1 99 ppm*

100 ppm 1%

* Contact your Air Liquide Representative for available MICROGRAV ppt mixtures and recommended equipment.

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Two-Component

Toluene C7H8
Cylinder Pressure 108 ........................................ 240 psig (17 bar) All Others ........................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 in 108 ................................................ 510 in N2 in all Others ........................................ 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in HC-Free Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

10 999 ppb*

1 24 ppm

25 249 ppm**

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 108 CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 66 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 2 Master Class Working Class

10 999 ppb*

1 24 ppm

25 249 ppm**

250 500 ppm**

* Contact your Air Liquide representative for available MICROGRAV ppt mixtures and recommended equipment. ** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Through its technological advancements, only Air Liquide offers ppb toluene calibration standards with guaranteed stability.

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Vinyl Chloride CH2:CHCl


Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 590 in N2 ........................................................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

10 49 ppm

50 2000 ppm

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

10 49 ppm

50 2000 ppm

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Two-Component

Moisture Standards H2O


Air Liquide, in conjunction with Spectra Sensors and COSA, developed a proprietary technology for the certification of moisture standards. Green cylinders, as they are known in the industry, are available in the balance gases listed below, as well as helium and others. The values are interlocked using independent measurements from the gravimetric addition and the analytical results, and must agree within 5%.
Cylinder Pressure ............... 2000 psig (138 bar)** Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in CH4 ........................................................ 350 in N2 ........................................................... 580 DOT/TC Label in CH4 ............................................. Flammable in N2 ........................................... Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Vaporizing, Heated Regulator for CH4 ................ Model 41, Page 279 Two-Stage Heated Regulator for N2 ....... Model 211H, Please Inquire

in Methane
Contents Concentration 1 4 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 300 ppm > 300 ppm Size 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL CF 175 175 * * m3 5 5 * *

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 4 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 300 ppm > 300 ppm Size 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL CF 140 140 * * m3 4 4 * *

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

* Cylinder contents will vary. ** Cylinder pressure varies for concentrations >200 ppm contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Calibration Gas Mixtures

Air Liquide is the world's foremost authority and supplier of environmental calibration gas mixtures. With an extensive portfolio that includes SCOTT RATA and Compliance Class products, we offer the industry's most accurate calibration standards engineered to help avoid noncompliance fines.

Included in this section

SCOTT EPA Protocol Gases SCOTT Low NOx EPA Protocol Gases SCOTT Title V Ammonia Standards Other Environmental Gases SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARDS Method TO Calibration Standards

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
Experts in EPA Protocol Gases

Environmental Compliance
You could be risking noncompliance and the expense of unnecessary RATA tests. Consider these important facts you should know before you purchase another EPA protocol gas.

Beyond Accuracy
SCOTT RATA Class EPA Protocol Gases deliver 1% accuracy which is critical for environmental regulatory compliance. However, according to the EPA, youre still likely to fail an environmental audit for three key reasons.

Cost-efficient utilities typically save $30,000$70,000/year or more in repeat RATA testing by achieving Acid Rain Program relative accuracies below the EPAs 7.5% specification. Direct traceability to SRMs, PRMs and NTRMs is essential for protocol accuracy. Traceability to GMIS standards can degrade accuracy to worse than 2%. G2 analysis leads to uncertainty and questionable protocol accuracy. Some multi-component protocol mixtures may cost less at the expense of accuracy. Mathematical corrections, when producing multi-component mixtures, do not provide the same degree of certainty as FTIR technology.

Trust the Experts in EPA Protocol Gases


Air Liquide is the worlds foremost authority and supplier of environmental calibration gases. In fact, we developed the original EPA protocol gases guidelines, were actively involved in subsequent revisions, and currently participate in other important EPA gas calibration guidance. We offer two classes of EPA protocol products that are instrumental in helping industries avoid noncompliance fines and downtime caused by inaccurate instrument calibration. SCOTT RATA Class protocol gases are recommended for applications requiring the highest degree of compliance certainty, including primary calibration, RATA tests, and quarterly CGAs and audits. RATA Class protocol mixtures are dual-analyzed and manufactured to achieve 1% accuracy. SCOTT Compliance Class protocol gases meet EPA requirements for less demanding environmental measurements. Compliance Class mixtures also feature NIST standard traceability. They are dual-analyzed and manufactured to achieve 2%. For detailed information about the features and benefits of SCOTT EPA protocol gases, see pages 86 to 89 in the Mixtures section of this catalog. Air Liquide can protect you against these three major pitfalls with SHOP@airliquide online inventory management system. 1. No Certificate of Accuracy on File Air Liquide gives you dependable, 24/7 online access to a Certificate of Accuracy for every protocol in your inventory youll never lose or misplace another certificate. 2. Expired protocol gas in use Air Liquide sends you an email alerting you when a cylinder in your inventory reaches its expiration date you wont run the risk of inadvertently using a protocol gas that may no longer be accurate. 3. Cylinder pressure below 150 psi Air Liquide provides the option of sending email alerts when the pressure of a cylinder in use at your facility reaches low levels you can promptly change out the cylinder before a violation occurs.

Partners in Proficiency Testing with Louisiana DEQ


Air Liquide is the only specialty gas supplier authorized by the Louisiana State Department of Environmental Quality to supply proficiency testing (PT) samples. Those applying for a license to perform stack or engine emissions testing in Louisiana must first accurately analyze a blind PT sample provided by Air Liquide. The applicant submits their analysis results to Air Liquide for evaluation. Air Liquide reviews the analysis and determines a pass/fail result. Once the applicant passes, Air Liquide will generate a Certificate of Analysis for the original PT sample and issue it to the applicant, and submit the results of the PT evaluation to the DEQ.

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EPA Protocol Methods

SCOTT EPA Protocol Methods


The following table lists EPA methods and the most commonly used gas mixtures required. Air Liquide produces these and many other multi-component mixtures with either 1% (RATA Class) or 2% (Compliance Class) guaranteed accuracy. All EPA protocol gases supplied by Air Liquide strictly comply with EPA specified methods. Please refer to pages 88 to 90 for detailed information about Air Liquide protocol products and methods.

Defined in 40 CFR Part 60 Guide


EPA No. 3A Method Determination Oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in emissions from stationary sources (Instrumental Analyzer Procedure) Sulfur emissions from stationary sources (Instrumental Analyzer Procedure) Nitrogen oxides from stationary sources (Instrumental Analyzer Procedure) Carbon monoxide emissions from stationary sources Carbon monoxide emissions in certifying Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) at petroleum refineries Carbon monoxide emissions from stationary sources Hydrogen sulfide content of fuel gas stream in petroleum refineries Total Reduced Sulfur (TRS) emissions from sulfur recovery plants in petroleum refineries TRS emissions from sulfur recovery plants in petroleum refineries Semicontinuous sulfur emissions from stationary sources TRS emissions from stationary sources (Impinger Technique) TRS emissions from stationary sources Measurement of gaseous organic compound emissions by gas chromatography Nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and dilute emissions from stationary gas turbines Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) leaks Total gaseous nonmethane organic emissions as carbon Total gaseous organic concentration using Flame Ionization Analyzer Total gaseous organic concentration using a Nondispersive Infrared Analyzer Nonmethane Organic Compounds (NMOC) in MSW landfill gases VOC of waste samples Vapor phase organic concentration in waste samples EPA Protocol Mixtures Oxygen in N2; carbon dioxide in N2 or air; carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide or oxygen and sulfur dioxide in N2 Sulfur dioxide in N2 or air; sulfur dioxide or carbon dioxide or carbon dioxide and oxygen in N2 multi-component Nitric oxide in N2 Carbon monoxide in N2 Carbon monoxide in N2; NIST-traceable mixture Carbon monoxide in N2 Hydrogen sulfide in N2 Hydrogen sulfide in N2 Carbonyl sulfide in N2 low TRS* Hydrogen sulfide in N2 Hydrogen sulfide in N2 Sulfur dioxide in N2 VOCs in N2 NIST-traceable Nitric oxide in N2; oxygen in N2; carbon dioxide in air VOCs in N2* methane in air, hexane in air; VOC in air Methane in air; propane in air, carbon monoxide and methane* (multi-component mix); hexane in air, toulene in air Propane in air or N2 Propane in air or N2 See Method 25 above 1,1 Dichloroethylene*, propane in N2 Propane in N2 or air, NIST-traceable mixture Zero nitrogen, zero hydrogen Zero air, zero oxygen Zero hydrogen, zero oxygen Zero air VOC-free, VOC-free nitrogen CEM zero air, VOC-free nitrogen Zero air, VOC-free air VOC-free nitrogen Zero oxygen Zero hydrogen, zero oxygen Zero air, helium zero, hydrogen zero CEM zero air, zero oxygen zero nitrogen CEM zero air, zero oxygen, zero nitrogen Zero Gas CEM zero nitrogen, CEM zero air CEM zero air

6C

7E 10 10A

CEM zero air CEM zero nitrogen

10B 11 15 15A 16 16A 16B 18 20 21 25

25A 25B 25C 25D 25E

Zero air Zero air

* Gas is Certified Master Class.

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SCOTT EPA Protocol Gases


Two-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide in Air 100 9999 ppm 1 20% Carbon Dioxide in N2 100 9999 ppm 1 20% Carbon Monoxide in Air 0.5 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 9999 ppm** 1 3% Carbon Monoxide in N2 0.5 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 9999 ppm** 1 10%** Hydrogen Sulfide in Air 1 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 999 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in N2 1 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 999 ppm Methane in Air 1 49 ppm 50 999 ppm Nitric Oxide in N2 0.1 0.9 ppm 1 4.9 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 29.9 ppm 30 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm 5000 ppm 1% Nitrogen Dioxide in Air 1 4.9 ppm 5 29.9 ppm 30 99 ppm 100 499 ppm 500 5000 ppm** Size CF m3 Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class EPA Certification Period Months Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL

140 140

4 4

36 36

Q1-318B-580

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4

36 36 36 36

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140 140

4 4 4 4

36 36 36 36

Q1-318B-350

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

6 6 6

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140

4 4 4

12 12 12

Q1-215B-330

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140 140 140 140 140

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

6 6 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4

6 6 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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EPA Protocol Gases continued


Two-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Oxygen in N2 0.4 23% 23.6 49% Propane in Air 1 99 ppm 100 999 ppm 1000 6000 ppm** Propane in N2 1 99 ppm 100 999 ppm 0.1 1% Sulfur Dioxide in Air 10 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm Sulfur Dioxide in N2 10 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm Size CF m3 Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class EPA Certification Period Months Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 44

140 213

4 6

36 36

Q1-318B-(*)

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-318B-350

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

24 36

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

140 140

4 4

24 36

Q1-215B-660

* O2 5% = CGA 580; 5% < O2 23.5% = CGA 590; 23.6% < O2 = CGA 296. ** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

Three-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide and Nitric Oxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1% Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, 0.4 23.5% O2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, 23.6 49% O2 Carbon Dioxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 1 20%, SO2 10 4999 ppm Size CF m3

Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class

EPA Certification Period Months

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-318B-(*) Q1-318B-296

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-215B-660

* Due to oxygen concentrations in these mixtures, CGA valve connections may vary. Contact your Air Liquide representative. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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Three-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Monoxide and Nitric Oxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 30 99 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 100 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1% CO 10 99 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 100 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1% Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49% CO 10 99 ppm, O2 0.4 49% CO 100 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49% ** Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Nitric Oxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 30 99 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 100 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 4999 ppm Oxygen and Propane in N2 O2 0.4 49%, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6% ** Oxygen and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm Size CF m3 Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class EPA Certification Period Months Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-318B-(*)

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL

144

36

Q1-318B-(*)

30AL

144

36

Q1-215B-660

* Due to oxygen concentrations in these mixtures, CGA valve connections may vary. Contact your Air Liquide representative. ** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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Four-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 30 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1% CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 10 9999 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1% CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 1 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 1 20%, CO 0.5 ppm 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 1 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Propane in Air CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%** CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%** CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 8%, C3H8 1 ppm 0.6%** Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Propane in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 10%, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% Size CF m3 Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class EPA Certification Period Months Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-318B-(*)

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

36 36 36

Q1-318B-350

* Due to oxygen concentrations in these mixtures, CGA valve connections may vary. Contact your Air Liquide representative. ** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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Four-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm SO2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 99 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 100 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm** Size CF m3 Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class EPA Certification Period Months Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

36 36

Q1-215B-660

** Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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Five-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 ppm 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm

Dual-Analyzed Standards RATA Class Compliance Class

EPA Certification Period Months

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

Size

CF

m3

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

24 24 24 24 24 24

Q1-215B-660

EPA Certification period may be shorter at lower concentration. Please inquire.

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Low NOx EPA Protocol Gases

Low NOx EPA Protocol Gases


Concentrations as Low as 0.1 ppm for RATA Applications
SCOTT Low NOx EPA protocol gases from Air Liquide are unique in the environmental industry. With guaranteed 1% accuracy in concentrations as low as 0.1 ppm, they provide the highest reliability and level of confidence for meeting environmental compliance requirements. They are invaluable for use by stack testers and utilities, and can be used for Relative Accuracy Test Audits (RATAs). SCOTT Low NOx EPA Protocol Gases are dualanalyzed using EPA G1 or G2 methods. Two independent analyses are performed after the blending process has been completed in order to determine the concentration for each component. As per EPA requirements, the values obtained from these analyses must agree to within 1%. Air Liquide also manufactures Interference-Free Low NOx EPA Protocols with CO or CO2, creating the only dual-component low NOx protocol gas available today.

Special Applications Low NOx Permitted Units


Gas turbines Coal burning facilities Boilers/furnaces

Benefits and Features


NIST or VSL-traceable. 1% guaranteed dual-analyzed accuracy. Detailed Certificate of Accuracy meets EPA requirements. Identification of reference standard. Certified for NO, NOx, or both. Interference-Free multi-component mixtures are also available with either CO or CO2 certified.
Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 660 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 27 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 RATA Class Compliance Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE

1 4.9 ppm

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Title V Ammonia Standards

SCOTT Title V Ammonia Standards NH3


Air Liquide is the only specialty gas manufacturer offering ammonia standards designed for compliance with EPA Conditional Method 27e. Recommended for coal-fired boilers and other stationary emission sources, SCOTT Title V Ammonia Standards are traceable to Metrology Institute Standards (MIS) and ammonia concentrations confirmed using EPA Conditional Method 27e, the wet chemistry testing method for certification and auditing of ammonia emissions. Use of ammonia standards from Air Liquide helps ensure compliance with Federal regulations and provides the highest possible accuracy and confidence level when measuring ammonia during CEMs certification.
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in Air ........................................................... 660 in Nitrogen .................................................. 705 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

in Air
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL

CF 144 76 29 144 76 29 144 76 29

m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8

Title V Ammonia Standards

1 4.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

5 9.9 ppm

10 9999 ppm

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL

CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28

m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8

Title V Ammonia Standards

1 4.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

5 9.9 ppm

10 9999 ppm

These products are available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for daily calibration requirements. Contact your Air Liquide representative or see page 161.

See pages 100 and 101 for more information regarding ammonia gas mixtures.

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Hydrogen Chloride Standards

Hydrogen Chloride HCl


Hydrogen chloride mixtures are needed in many applications to calibrate CEMs that are used to measure HCl emissions. These mixtures are also used in conjunction with the following US EPA methods:

Methods 26 and 26A: Determining HCl emissions from combustion stacks, primarily waste incinerators. Method 321: Determining HCl emissions at portland cement kilns through the use of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy.

Hydrogen chloride mixtures are also used for industrial hygiene and semiconductor applications. ACULIFE cylinder treatment assures mixture stability and accuracy.
Cylinder Pressure KN ..................................... 2300 psig (159 bar) AN ..................................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes ..................... Please Inquire Recommended Equipment Single-Stage Regulator with Cross Purge Assembly ................... Model 217CP, Page 273 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Size KN AN CF 273 209 m3 8 6 Working Class

5 24.9 ppm

ACULIFE

25 5000 ppm

KN AN

273 209

8 6

158

ACULIFE

0.5% 5%

KN AN

273 209

8 6

This product is available as a SCOTT CEM DAILY STANDARD for EPA daily calibration requirements. Contact your Air Liquide representative or see page 161.

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Zero Gases and Hydrogen Sulfide Standards

Acid Rain CEM Zero Gases


This grade is intended for both Part 60 and Part 75 applications.

Specifications
Grade Air CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 20 21% SOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm Nitrogen* CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm SOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm 99.9995% Purity (Minimum) Contents Size 30AL CF 144 m3 4 Pressure psig 2000 bar 138 Weight lbs. 80 kg 36.3

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Q1-14C-590

Page

270 275

30AL

140

2000

138

58

26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580

270 275

* Meets Federal Register specifications Title 40 CFR 72.2. Excluding argon.

SCOTT PROTOCOL ELEVEN H2S


SCOTT PROTOCOL ELEVEN Hydrogen Sulfide mixtures offer unsurpassed accuracy and confidence in H2S CEM calibration. Air Liquide worked closely with EPA to develop an approved method to prepare and analyze its specially assigned SCOTT PROTOCOL ELEVEN gas mixtures for H2S monitoring applications. They are NIST-traceable and correlate to EPA Method 11.
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration
ACULIFE

Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL

CF 140 74 28 140 74 28

m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8

PROTOCOL ELEVEN

10 99.9 ppm

100 300 ppm

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Hydrogen Sulfide Multi-Component Mixtures


Some typical environmental multi-component speciated sulfur mixtures are listed below, however, Air Liquide can provide any multi-component gas mixture based on your specifications and requirements. These gaseous mixtures can be used to comply with EPA Method 15 or 16 (in lieu of Method 11) as well as CA Rule 1118 (for control of emissions from regulatory flares); and South Coast AQMD (SCAQMD) 307-91. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for technical assistance.
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 330 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 215, Page 271 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 213, Page 271

Hydrogen Sulfide, Carbon Disulfide and Carbonyl Sulfide in Nitrogen


Concentration (of each component)
ACULIFE

Single-Certified Standards Certified Contents Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class

0.1 0.9 ppm

ACULIFE ACULIFE

1 99 ppm

100 9999 ppm

Hydrogen Sulfide, Dimethyl Sulfide and Methyl Mercaptan in Nitrogen


Concentration (of each component) 0.1 0.9 ppm Contents Size 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL 30AL 16AL 7AL CF 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 140 74 28 m3 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 4 2 0.8 Master Class Working Class Single-Certified Standards Certified

1 9.9 ppm

10 99 ppm*

100 999 ppm*

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary proportionately due to physical restrictions. Multi-component sulfur compound calibration standards are also available in hydrocarbon balance gases contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Air Liquide offers two grades of CEM DAILY STANDARDS. These standards are typically used in applications where the use of EPA protocol gases is not required. Zero blend tolerance is available with our proprietary ACUBLEND technology so multiple cylinders are produced at the same concentrations. This minimizes the need to recalibrate from cylinder to cylinder. The following table lists available mixtures for both grades. CEM 1% DAILY STANDARDS provide 1% analytical accuracy to help reduce errors in calibration and linearity. Use these standards to help maximize CEM system performance on a daily basis. CEM 2% DAILY STANDARDS provide consistent 2% analytical accuracy for those mixtures for which it is not possible to achieve 1% accuracy. This accuracy is comparable to the 2% minimum accuracy requirement of an EPA protocol gas mixture. Use these standards to maximize daily CEM performance in applications where 1% analytical accuracy is either unavailable or unnecessary.

Two-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Ammonia in Air 1 4.9 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 1 10%* Ammonia in N2 1 4.9 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 1 10%* Carbon Dioxide in Air 100 9999 ppm 1 20% Carbon Dioxide in N2 100 9999 ppm 1 20% Carbon Monoxide in Air 0.5 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 9999 ppm* 1 3% Carbon Monoxide in N2 0.5 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 9999 ppm* 1 10%* Hydrogen Chloride in N2 5 24.9 ppm 25 5000 ppm 5001 ppm 5% Size CF m3

CEM DAILY STANDARD

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

CEM 1%

CEM 2%

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140

4 4 4

Q1-215B-705

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL

140 140

4 4

Q1-318B-580

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140 140

4 4 4 4

Q1-318B-350

AN KN AN KN AN KN

209 273 209 273 209 273

6 8 6 8 6 8

Q1-217CP-330

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Two-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Hydrogen Sulfide in Air 1 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 999 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in N2 1 9.9 ppm 10 99 ppm 100 999 ppm Methane in Air 1 49 ppm 50 999 ppm Nitric Oxide in N2 1 4.9 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 29.9 ppm 30 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm 5000 ppm - 1% Nitrogen Dioxide in Air 1 4.9 ppm 5 29.9 ppm 30 99 ppm 100 499 ppm 500 5000 ppm Nitrogen Dioxide in N2 0.1 0.9 ppm 1 4.9 ppm 5 29.9 ppm 30 99 ppm 100 499 ppm 500 5000 ppm* Oxygen in N2 0.4 23.5% 23.6 49% Propane in Air 1 99 ppm 100 999 ppm 1000 6000 ppm* Propane in N2 1 99 ppm 100 999 ppm 0.1 1% Size CF m3 CEM 1% CEM 2% CEM DAILY STANDARD Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140

4 4 4

Q1-215B-330

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140 140 140 140

4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 44

140 213

4 6

Q1-318B-(**)

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL

140 140 140

4 4 4

Q1-318B-350

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** O2 5% = CGA 580; 5% < O2 23.5% = CGA 590; 23.6% < O2 = CGA 296.

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Two-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Sulfur Dioxide in Air 10 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm Sulfur Dioxide in N2 10 99 ppm 100 4999 ppm Size CF m3 CEM 1% CEM 2% CEM DAILY STANDARD Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

140 140

4 4

Q1-215B-660

Three-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide and Nitric Oxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1% Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, O2 0.4 23.5% CO2 100 ppm 20%, O2 23.6 49% Carbon Dioxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 1 20%, SO2 10 4999 ppm Carbon Monoxide and Nitric Oxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 30 99 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 100 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1% CO 10 99 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 100 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1% Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49% CO 10 99 ppm, O2 0.4 49% CO 100 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49%* Size CF m3

CEM DAILY STANDARD

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

CEM 1%

CEM 2%

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-318B-(**) Q1-318B-296

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-318B-(**)

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** Due to oxygen concentrations in these mixtures, CGA valve connections may vary contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Three-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Monoxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Nitric Oxide and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 30 99 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 100 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 4999 ppm NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm Oxygen and Propane in N2 O2 0.4 49%, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%* Oxygen and Sulfur Dioxide in N2 O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm Size CF m3 CEM 1% CEM 2% CEM DAILY STANDARD Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL

144

Q1-318B-(**)

30AL

144

Q1-215B-660

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** Due to oxygen concentrations in these mixtures, CGA valve connections may vary contact your Air Liquide representative.

Four-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 30 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1% CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 10 9999 ppm, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1% Size CF m3

CEM DAILY STANDARD

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

CEM 1%

CEM 2%

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

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Four-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide in N2 (continued) CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 1 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 1 20%, CO 0.5 ppm 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm CO2 1 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 - 49% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49%* Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Propane in Air CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 4%, C3H8 1 ppm 0.6%* Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Propane in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 10%, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% Carbon Dioxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Size CF m3 CEM 1% CEM 2% CEM DAILY STANDARD Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-318B-(**)

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-318B-590

30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144

4 4 4

Q1-318B-350

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** O2 5% = CGA 580; 5% < O2 23.5% = CGA 590; 23.6% < O2 = CGA 296

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Four-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 99 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 100 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 10 99 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, SO2 100 4999 ppm Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm* CO 10 ppm 9.5%, O2 0.4 49%, SO2 10 4999 ppm*
* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

CEM DAILY STANDARD

Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

Size

CF

m3

CEM 1%

CEM 2%

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

30AL 30AL

144 144

4 4

Q1-215B-660

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Five-Component
Contents Calibration Standard Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 ppm 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 4999 ppm, SO2 10 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, SO2 100 4999 ppm Size CF m3 CEM 1% CEM 2% CEM DAILY STANDARD Recommended Two-Stage Regulator Model Number

30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL

144 144 144 144 144 144

4 4 4 4 4 4

Q1-215B-660

Mercury Verification Product


Fossil-fueled power plants may be monitoring their mercury stack emissions in accordance with EPA 40 CFR Parts 60 & 75. Thermo Fisher Scientifics popular Model 80i Mercury Analyzer uses small amounts of 900 ppm chlorine gas (in nitrogen balance gas) for a weekly integrity test of their analyzer system. Drawing on the principle of gas phase titration, elemental mercury vapor is combined with dilute chlorine gas from a small cylinder to form mercuric chloride. The mercuric chloride is then injected into the probe filter and through the entire system to calculate/confirm the conversion efficiency. This process takes place on the stack at the point of injection. The chlorine gas is available in a disposable cylinder with a matching regulator per the specifications to the right. Specifications
Mixture: 900 ppm chlorine, balance N2 Analytical Accuracy: 5% Part Number: C200101-O-25 Cylinder Volume: 170 liters Cylinder Material: Steel, nonrefillable Pressure: 2200 psig (152 bar) Valve Outlet: CGA 660 Cylinder Dimensions (with valve): 4.25" D x 11.5" H (108 mm x 292 mm) Weight (with valve): 5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg)

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Toxic Organic Measurements


Toxic organic mixtures from Air Liquide provide reliable, accurate instrument calibration when measuring volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds (VOCs/SVOCs) in ambient air as well as Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs). TO mixtures comply with all EPA and state mandated methods, are NIST-traceable by weight (will vary by mixture), and feature guaranteed accuracy and blend tolerance of all components. All mixtures have a balance gas of VOC-free nitrogen.

Recommended Applications

Aerospace Manufacturing Analysis of Landfill Gases Gasoline Distribution Indoor and Outdoor Ambient Air Monitoring Industrial Hygiene Monitoring Industrial Stationary Source Monitoring Measurements of Incinerator Emissions Resin and Polyamide Production Wood Furniture Manufacturing

Benefits and Features

SCOTT technical expertise in engineering Method 14A/15/17, HAPS and TIC calibration standards, sulfur mixes and vapor intrusion products meets virtually all challenging requirements. ISO9001:2000 certified manufacturing procedures improve quality control and drive product consistency and reliability to ensure customer satisfaction. Custom development of calibration standards available for unique applications. Choice of three cylinder packages provides cost-effective mixture gas volumes to meet any application requirement. Proven long-term stability with mixture recertification services available.

Landfill Gas Applications Landfill gas (LFG) is composed primarily of methane and carbon dioxide but also contains trace quantities of other Nonmethane Organic Compounds (NMOCs). Although these NMOCs represent only a fraction of the total LFG, uncontrolled emissions may exceed the Title V major source thresholds for VOCs. Many have been designated as Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) under the Clean Air Act, and therefore may be the driving force for air regulatory compliance. Chemical/Rubber Applications Fugitive emissions from production of styrene-butadiene polymers may contain low level aromatics and hydrocarbons that have been identified as HAPs. The accurate determination of these contaminants will be critical to the regulatory compliance of the producer. Discuss your air monitoring needs with Air Liquide. Custom blended mixtures are also available. Call the Air Liquide Solutions Center at 800.217.2688 or email solutions.center@airliquide.com.

Proficiency Testing
Validate your analytical capabilities accuracy with Method TO-14A and TO-15 Proficiency Testing. Air Liquide has partnered with Environmental Resource Associates to create the worlds first comprehensive air and emissions Proficiency Testing Program.

Returnable Cylinders with Guaranteed One-Year Stability


Air Liquide is the only specialty gas manufacturer to prepare and certify accurate and stable gas mixtures containing compounds with concentrations approaching parts-per-trillion levels in returnable cylinders.
Cylinder Size 30AL 7AL 110 30AL 7AL 110 Volume* liters 3,965 793 110 3,965 793 110 Blend Tolerance 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% Shelf Life months 12 12 12 12 12 12

Concentration 1 ppm

Accuracy 5% 5% 5% 10% 10% 10%

100 ppb

* Gas volume based on full pressure cylinder. Certain mixtures may be vapor pressure restricted due to the concentration of components, thereby reducing the gas volume of the cylinder.

SCOTT MICROGRAV ppt Standards


MICROGRAV from Air Liquide is a direct gravimetric blending technique developed with NIST that eliminates inaccuracies inherent in serial dilution methods. Analytical quality control with proven gas chromatographic techniques verifies accuracy. ACULIFE cylinder treatment provides guaranteed stability for mixes in a nitrogen balance. Shelf life is component dependent, contact your Air Liquide representative for more information or see page 84.

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BTEX Mixtures
Available in 10 ppm, 1 ppm and 100 ppb concentrations in 30AL cylinders, as well as SCOTTY Transportable 74 and 110 cylinders. Mix 1
Components Benzene Ethylbenzene Toluene o-Xylene CAS No. 71-43-2 100-41-4 108-88-3 95-47-6

Additional Analytes
Partial listing for available single component or blended standards. Contact your Air Liquide air monitoring specialist for more information. Components Acetaldehyde Acrolein Acrylonitrile Benzyl Chloride Cumene Formaldehyde Isoprene Naphthalene Vinyl Chloride CAS No. 75-07-0 107-02-8 107-13-1 100-44-7 98-82-8 50-00-0 78-79-5 91-20-3 75-01-4

Components for Other Applications


Additional single component or blended standards are available for other monitoring applications. Biogenic Fenceline Monitoring Head Space Homeland Security HRVOC Landfill/Siloxane Microbial VOC PIANO Reduced Sulfur Vapor Intrusion

Mix 2
Includes Mix 1 and the following: Components m-Xylene p-Xylene CAS No. 108-38-3 106-42-3

Mix 3
Includes Mix 2 and the following: Components Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) CAS No. 1634-04-4

CARB Mixtures
The State of California Air Resources Board (CARB) and Federal EPA guidelines require periodic analysis and establishment of defined calibration curves for audit materials. Air Liquide provides the following calibration standards, as well as custom mixtures, for this purpose. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for available concentrations and cylinder sizes. Blend 1
Components Acetonitrile 1,3-Butadiene Carbon Tetrachloride Chloroform Halocarbon 11 (Trichlorofluoromethane) Methylene Chloride CAS No. 75-05-8 106-99-0 56-23-5 67-66-3 75-69-4 75-09-2

Blend 2
Components 1,2-Dibromoethane 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethane cis-1,2-Dichlorethene Tetrachloroethene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane Vinyl Chloride Vinylidene Chloride CAS No. 106-93-4 107-06-2 75-34-3 156-59-2 127-18-4 71-55-6 75-01-4 75-35-4

Blend 3
Components Benzene 1,3-Dichlorobenzene Chlorobenzene Toluene o-Xylene CAS No. 71-43-2 541-73-1 108-90-7 108-88-3 95-47-6

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Method TO-14A Certified Mixtures


Available in 1 ppm and 100 ppb concentrations. All mixtures have a balance gas of VOC-free nitrogen (CAS No. 7727-37-9). 39-Component
Components Benzene Bromomethane Carbon Tetrachloride Chlorobenzene Chloroethane Chloroform Chloromethane 1,2 Dibromoethane 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 1,4-Dichlorobenzene 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethene cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 1,2-Dichloropropane cis-1,3-Dichloropropene trans-1,3-Dichloropropene Ethylbenzene Halocarbon 11 (Trichlorofluoromethane) Halocarbon 12 (Dichlorodifluoromethane) Halocarbon 113 (1,1,2-Trichlorotrifluoroethane) Halocarbon 114 (1,2-Dichlorotetrafluoroethane) Hexachloro-1,3-butadiene Methylene Chloride Styrene 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Tetrachloroethene Toluene Trichloroethylene Vinyl Chloride m-Xylene o-Xylene p-Xylene CAS No. 71-43-2 74-83-9 56-23-5 108-90-7 75-00-3 67-66-3 74-87-3 106-93-4 95-50-1 541-73-1 106-46-7 75-34-3 107-06-2 75-35-4 156-59-2 78-87-5 10061-01-5 10061-02-6 100-41-4 75-69-4 75-71-8 76-13-1 76-14-2 87-68-3 75-09-2 100-42-5 79-34-5 120-82-1 71-55-6 79-00-5 95-63-6 108-67-8 127-18-4 108-88-3 79-01-6 75-01-4 108-38-3 95-47-6 106-42-3

41-Component
Includes 39-Component and the following Components Acrylonitrile 1,3-Butadiene CAS No. 107-13-1 106-99-0

Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Mix


Components Carbon Tetrachloride Chloroform Chloromethane 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethene cis-1,2-Dichloroethene 1,2-Dichloropropane cis-1,3-Dichloropropene trans-1,3-Dichloropropene Ethyl Chloride Hexachloro-1,3-Butadiene Methylene Chloride 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethylene Vinyl Chloride CAS No. 56-23-5 67-66-3 74-87-3 75-34-3 107-06-2 75-35-4 156-59-2 78-87-5 10061-01-5 10061-02-6 75-00-3 87-68-3 75-09-2 79-34-5 71-55-6 79-00-5 127-18-4 79-01-6 75-01-4

43-Component
Includes 41-Component and the following Components Allyl Chloride 4-Ethyltoluene CAS No. 107-05-1 622-96-8

TO-14A Plus
Includes 41-Component and the following Components Acetaldehyde Acrolein Cumene 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane CAS No. 75-07-0 107-02-8 98-82-8 630-20-6

Aromatics Mix
Components Benzene Chlorobenzene 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 1,4-Dichlorobenzene Ethylbenzene Styrene 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Toluene m-Xylene o-Xylene p-Xylene CAS No. 71-43-2 108-90-7 95-50-1 541-73-1 106-46-7 100-41-4 100-42-5 120-82-1 95-63-6 108-67-8 108-88-3 108-38-3 95-47-6 106-42-3

GC/MS Tuning Mix


Components p-Bromofluorobenzene CAS No. 460-00-4

CFC/HFC Standard
Components Halocarbon 11 (Trichlorofluoromethane) Halocarbon 12 (Dichlorodifluoromethane) Halocarbon 113 (1,1,2-Trichlorotrifluoroethane) Halocarbon 114 (1,2-Dichlorotetrafluoroethane) CAS No. 75-69-4 75-71-8 76-13-1 76-14-2

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Method TO-15/17 Certified Mixtures


Available in 1 ppm and 100 ppb concentrations. All mixtures have a balance gas of VOC-free nitrogen (CAS No. 7727-37-9). 62-Component
Components Acetone Benzene Benzyl Chloride Bromoform Bromomethane Bromodichloromethane 1,3-Butadiene 2-Butanone (MEK) Carbon Disulfide Carbon Tetrachloride Chlorobenzene Chloroethane Chloroform Chloromethane Cyclohexane Dibromochloromethane 1,2-Dibromoethane 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 1,4-Dichlorobenzene 1,1-Dichloroethane 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethene cis-1,2-Dichloroethene trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 1,2-Dichloropropane cis-1,3-Dichloropropene trans-1,3-Dichloropropene 1,4-Dioxane Ethanol Ethyl Acetate Ethylbenzene 4-Ethyltoluene Halocarbon 11 (Trichlorofluoromethane) Halocarbon 12 (Dichlorodifluoromethane) Halocarbon 113 (1,1,2-Trichlorotrifluoroethane) Halocarbon 114 (1,2-Dichlorotetrafluoroethane) Heptane Hexachloro-1,3-butadiene Hexane 2-Hexanone (MBK) 4-Methyl-2-Pentanone (MIBK) CAS No. 67-64-1 71-43-2 100-44-7 75-25-2 74-83-9 75-27-4 106-99-0 78-93-3 75-15-0 56-23-5 108-90-7 75-00-3 67-66-3 74-87-3 110-82-7 124-48-1 106-93-4 95-50-1 541-73-1 106-46-7 75-34-3 107-06-2 75-35-4 156-59-2 156-60-5 78-87-5 10061-01-5 10061-02-6 123-91-1 64-17-5 141-78-6 100-41-4 622-96-8 75-69-4 75-71-8 76-13-1 76-14-2 142-82-5 87-68-3 110-54-3 591-78-6 108-10-1

62-Component (continued)
Components Methylene Chloride Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 2-Propanol Propylene Styrene 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Tetrachloroethene Tetrahydrofuran Toluene Trichloroethylene Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Chloride m-Xylene o-Xylene p-Xylene CAS No. 75-09-2 1634-04-4 67-63-0 115-07-1 100-42-5 79-34-5 71-55-6 79-00-5 120-82-1 95-63-6 108-67-8 127-18-4 109-99-9 108-88-3 79-01-6 108-05-4 75-01-4 108-38-3 95-47-6 106-42-3

Subset 25
Consists of 25 components not in our standard Method TO-14A calibration mixes. Components Acetone Allyl Chloride Benzyl Chloride Bromodichloromethane Bromoform 1,3-Butadiene 2-Butanone (MEK) Carbon Disulfide Cyclohexane Dibromochloromethane trans-1,2-Dichloroethene 1,4-Dioxane Ethyl Acetate 4-Ethyltoluene n-Heptane n-Hexane 2-Hexanone (MBK) 4-Methyl-2-Pentanone (MIBK) Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) 2-Propanol Propylene 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane Tetrahydrofuran Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Bromide CAS No. 67-64-1 107-05-1 100-44-7 75-27-4 75-25-2 106-99-0 78-93-3 75-15-0 110-82-7 124-48-1 156-60-5 123-91-1 141-78-6 622-96-8 142-82-5 110-54-3 591-78-6 108-10-1 1634-04-4 67-63-0 115-07-1 540-84-1 109-99-9 108-05-4 593-60-2

64-Component
Includes 62-Component and the following Components Acrolein Methyl Methacrylate CAS No. 107-028 80-62-6

Modified New Jersey Standard


Includes 64-Component and the following Components n-Butane tert-Butyl Alcohol 3-Chloropropene 2-Chlorotoluene Cumene n-Nonane n-Pentane n-Propylbenzene 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane Vinyl Bromide CAS No. 106-97-8 53001-22-2 107-05-1 95-49-8 98-82-8 111-84-2 109-66-0 103-65-1 540-84-1 593-60-2

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Additional TO Mixtures
Available in 1 ppm and 100 ppb concentrations. All mixtures have a balance gas of VOC-free nitrogen (CAS No. 7727-37-9). EPA PAMS
Includes EPA-specified ppb concentrations. 1 ppm is pressure-restricted to 500 psig. Components Acetylene Benzene n-Butane 1-Butene cis-2-Butene trans-2-Butene Cumene Cyclohexane Cyclopentane n-Decane m-Diethylbenzene p-Diethylbenzene 2,2-Dimethylbutane 2,3-Dimethylbutane 2,3-Dimethylpentane 2,4-Dimethylpentane n-Dodecane Ethane Ethylbenzene Ethylene m-Ethyltoluene o-Ethyltoluene p-Ethyltoluene n-Heptane n-Hexane 1-Hexene Isobutane Isopentane Isoprene 2-Methylheptane 3-Methylheptane 2-Methylhexane 3-Methylhexane 2-Methylpentane 3-Methylpentane Methylcyclohexane Methylcyclopentane n-Nonane n-Octane n-Pentane 1-Pentene cis-2-Pentene trans-2-Pentene Propane n-Propylbenzene Propylene Styrene ppb 40 30 40 30 35 25 40 40 20 30 40 25 40 50 50 40 40 25 25 20 25 30 40 25 30 60 25 40 40 25 25 25 25 20 40 30 25 25 30 25 25 35 25 40 30 25 40 CAS No. 74-86-2 71-43-2 106-97-8 106-98-9 107-01-7 107-01-7 98-82-8 110-82-7 287-92-3 124-18-5 141-93-5 105-05-5 75-83-2 79-29-8 565-59-3 108-08-7 112-40-3 74-84-0 100-41-4 74-85-1 620-14-4 611-14-3 622-96-8 142-82-5 110-54-3 592-41-6 75-28-5 78-78-4 78-79-5 592-27-8 589-81-1 591-76-4 589-34-4 107-83-5 96-14-0 108-87-2 96-37-7 111-84-2 111-65-9 109-66-0 109-67-1 627-20-3 646-04-8 74-98-6 103-65-1 115-07-1 100-42-5

EPA PAMS (continued)


Includes EPA-specified ppb concentrations. Components ppb 1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene 25 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 40 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 25 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane 30 2,3,4-Trimethylpentane 25 Toluene 40 n-Undecane 30 m-Xylene(combined w/p) 40 o-Xylene 25 p-Xylene(combined w/m) 40 CAS No. 526-73-8 95-63-6 108-67-8 540-84-1 565-75-3 108-88-3 1120-21-4 108-38-3 95-47-6 106-42-3

Massachusetts APH
Manufactured to measure gaseous-phase concentrations of volatile aliphatic and aromatic petroleum hydrocarbons in air and soil gas, as outlined by Method for the Determination of Air-Phase Petroleum Hydrocarbons (APH), published by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. Concentration for all compounds below are according to MA DEP method (in ppb). This mixture is pressure-restricted to 1500 psig. Components Benzene 1,3-Butadiene Butylcyclohexane Cumene Cyclohexane n-Decane 2,3-Dimethylheptane 2,3-Dimethylpentane n-Dodecane Ethyl Benzene n-Heptane n-Hexane Isopentane p-Isopropyltoluene 1-Methyl-3-Ethylbenzene Methyl-tert-butyl ether (MTBE) Napthalene n-Nonane n-Octane Toluene 1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene n-Undecane m-Xylene o-Xylene p-Xylene ppb 310 450 170 200 290 170 190 240 140 230 240 280 330 180 200 270 190 190 210 260 200 200 150 230 230 230 CAS No. 71-43-2 106-99-0 1678-93-9 98-82-8 110-82-7 124-18-5 3074-71-3 565-59-3 112-40-3 100-41-4 142-82-5 110-54-3 78-78-4 99-87-6 620-14-4 1634-04-4 91-20-3 111-84-2 111-65-9 108-88-3 526-73-8 108-67-8 1120-21-4 108-38-3 95-47-6 106-42-3

Internal Tuning Standards


Components Bromochloromethane p-Bromofluorobenzene Chlorobenzene-d5 1,4-Difluorobenzene CAS No. 74-97-5 460-00-4 3114-55-4 540-36-3

Japanese Hazardous Air


Pollutants Calibration Mix (JHAP-9) Components Acrylonitrile Benzene 1,3-Butadiene Chloroform 1,2-Dichloroethane Dichloromethane Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethylene Vinyl Chloride CAS No. 107-13-1 71-43-2 106-99-0 67-66-3 107-06-2 75-09-2 127-18-4 79-01-6 75-01-4

Other Available Analyte Components


Components Acrylonitrile Benzene 1,3-Butadiene Chloroform 1,2-Dibromoethane Methylene Chloride Tetrachloroethene Trichloroethylene Vinyl Chloride CAS No. 107-13-1 71-43-2 106-99-0 67-66-3 106-93-4 75-09-2 127-18-4 79-01-6 75-01-4

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Compliance, Accuracy and Value

Air Liquide manufactures a complete line of pure and mixed gases for use with instruments measuring engine emissions from various sources.

Included in this section

State Certification Standards ALPHAGAZ Air and Nitrogen Instrument Support Gases Two-Component Calibration Standards Multi-Component Calibration Standards

ENGINE EMISSIONS TESTING


Calibration Gases

Engine Emissions Testing


Air Liquide specialty testing gases deliver classic performance that is destined to become an industry benchmark for compliance and value in engine emissions testing. Their purity, accuracy and reliability actually improve analysis reliability for added compliance assurance. They also decrease operational costs by eliminating test cell downtime due to bad gases. Air and nitrogen support products feature low trace impurities that improve the reliability of your analytical results and extend the service life of lab instruments and detectors. Twocomponent and multi-component SCOTT mixtures feature NIST-traceability for guaranteed concentration accuracy. Together, Air Liquide provides all calibration gases necessary to comply with Federal and state regulations.

Recommended Mobile Engine Applications


Engine emissions testing gases from Air Liquide are specifically engineered for tailpipe analysis and bench testing for all mobile engine applications.

Aircraft

Alternative Fuels
Automotive Locomotive Marine Motorcycle

Benefits and Features

Guaranteed accuracy and purity improves calibration accuracy to prevent expensive downtime. Cylinder-to-cylinder repeatability streamlines instrument calibration procedure. NIST-traceability ensures 1% accuracy for most mixtures. ISO 17025 laboratory accreditation provides added credibility and confidence. Meets or exceeds applicable EPA environmental codes to ensure regulatory compliance. Fastest lead time in the industry allows lower on-site inventory of specialty gases. Exclusive individually bar coded cylinders and online cylinder management reduces administrative costs. Single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs provide flexible gas quantities to meet any need. Measurement Proficiency Testing available to monitor reliability of your analysis.

Power Equipment
Other Gasoline and Diesel Applications

Program Compliance
Air Liquide is the leading supplier of gases used in local emissions testing garages. Many states employ a certification process to qualify gas blenders and their product for use in decentralized state programs. One of the most often referenced certifications is from Californias Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR). Air Liquide meets state certifications as well as Federal EPA I/M 240 and ASM specifications. Following is a listing of the most widely utilized BAR products and their components. The mixtures below are 1% accurate and NIST-traceable.

Program Certifications

New Yorks N.Y. 91 California BAR Colorado A.I.R. Other Decentralized State Programs

Certifications

Carbon Dioxide 0.5 20% 0.5 20% 0.5 20% 12% 6% 12% 12% 6% 6% 3.6% 7.2%

Carbon Monoxide 1 ppm 8.75% 1 ppm 10% 1 ppm 10% 4% 1% 8% 8% 0.5% 0.5% 2.4% 4.8%

Propane 1 ppm 1.1% 1 ppm 2.9% 1 ppm 2.9% 1200 ppm 300 ppm 3200 ppm 3200 ppm 200 ppm 200 ppm 960 ppm 1920 ppm

Nitric Oxide

Cylinder Size Balance Air N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 N2 30AL SCOTTY III

5 5000 ppm

BAR 90 Mid BAR 90 Low BAR 97 High BAR 97 High (without NO) BAR 97 Low BAR 97 Low (without NO) BAR 97 Mid 1 BAR 97 Mid 2

3000 ppm 300 ppm 900 ppm 1800 ppm

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ALPHAGAZ and Other Pure Gases

ALPHAGAZ and Other Pure Gases


See page 17 for ALPHAGAZ 1 pure gas and specifications.

Air
Grade ALPHAGAZ Auto Part 1065* CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm NOx < 0.02 ppm O2 20.521.5% THC < 0.05 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto Zero** CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 2021% THC < 1 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto UZAM CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 315385 ppm H2O < 5 ppm O2 2021% THC < 0.05 ppm VOC-FREE CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.3 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 2021% THC < 0.01 ppm Bar 97 Zero CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 400 ppm NOx < 1 ppm O2 20.9% THC < 1 ppm IM240 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm NOx < 1 ppm O2 1821% THC < 0.1 ppm Purity (Minimum) Contents Size 49 44 30AL CF 283 238 144 m3 8 7 4 Pressure psig 2400 2265 2000 bar 166 156 138 Weight lbs. 182 150 80 kg 83 68 36

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

Page

270

30AL

144

2000

138

80

36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-14C-590

275

49 44 30AL

283 238 144

8 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

166 150 80

75 68 36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590 Q1-14C-590

270 275

30AL

144

2000

138

80

36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-215A-590 Q1-14C-590 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-19VOC-590

271 275 277

30AL SIII***

144 8

4 0.2

2000 260

138 18

80 6

36 3

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

30AL

144

2000

138

80

36

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

* Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 1065.750. ** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 86: 114.79, 114.94, 214.94 and 514.78. *** SIII or SCOTTY III = SCOTTY 221L. Available without CO2 on request. Typical purity; individually analyzed for customer selected VOCs. See pages 17 to 18 for more information about other grades of air.

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See page 62 for ALPHAGAZ 1 pure gas and specifications. ALPHAGAZ MIX FID fuel grades including Part 1065-compliant are available see page 210 for more information.

Nitrogen
Grade ALPHAGAZ Auto Part 1065** CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 10 ppm NOx < 0.02 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto Zero*** CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm THC < 1 ppm ALPHAGAZ Auto UZAM CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm VOC-FREE CO < 0.1 ppm CO2 < 0.3 ppm H2O < 2 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.05 ppm EVAP H2O < 4 ppm O2 < 5 ppm IM240 CO < 0.5 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm NOx < 0.1 ppm O2 < 0.5 ppm THC < 0.1 ppm Purity* (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 44 30AL CF 304 234 140 m3 9 7 4 Pressure psig 2640 2265 2000 bar 182 156 138 Weight lbs. 165 149 58 kg 75 68 26

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580

Page

270 275

99.999%

49 44 30AL

304 234 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-580

269

99.999%

49 44 30AL

304 228 140

9 7 4

2640 2265 2000

182 156 138

165 149 58

75 68 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

99.999%

30AL

140

2000

138

58

26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-215A-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-19VOC-580

271 277

99.998%

44 30AL SIII 30AL

228 140 8 140

7 4 0.2 4

2265 2000 260 2000

156 138 18 138

149 58 6 58

68 26 3 26

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

270

99.997%

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-590

270

* Excluding argon. ** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 1065.750. *** Meets Federal Register specifications for Title 40, Part 86: 114.79, 114.94, 214.94 and 514.78. SIII or SCOTTY III = SCOTTY 221L. Can be individually analyzed for customer selected VOCs. See pages 62 to 64 for more information about other grades of nitrogen.

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Calibration Standards

Calibration Standards
Part 1065-compliant mixtures are available contact your Air Liquide representative.
Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Contents Concentration Ammonia in N2 5 5000 ppm Carbon Dioxide in Air* 100 ppm 25% Carbon Dioxide in N2* 100 ppm 20% Carbon Monoxide in Air* 1 ppm 3% Carbon Monoxide in N2* 1 ppm 10% Ethanol in Air 10 500 ppm Ethanol in N2 1 500 ppm Methane in Air* 1 ppm 2.5% Methane in N2* 1 ppm 10% Nitric Oxide in N2* 1 ppm 1% Oxygen in N2* 0.4 25% Propane in HC-Free Air* 1 6000 ppm Propane in N2* 1 ppm 1% Size CF m3 NISTTraceable Accuracy Reference Class Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

Two-Component

30AL 30AL 44 30AL 44 30AL

140 144 214 140 209 144

4 4 6 4 6 4

No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

3% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1%

30AL

140

Yes

1%

30AL

144

Yes

2%

30AL

140

Yes

1%

30AL 44 30AL 44 30AL

144 214 140 209 140

4 6 4 6 4

1 ppm 0.5% 1 ppm 0.5% 1 ppm 0.5% 1 ppm 0.5% Yes

1% 1% 1% 1% 1%

30AL 44 30AL 44 30AL 44

140 214 144 214 140 209

4 6 4 6 4 6

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1%

* ISO 17025 compliant. Certificate of Analysis available upon request. Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Compliance certificate may be available contact your Air Liquide representative. For additional information on these mixtures, including recommended SCOTT equipment for each, please see the Mixtures section of this catalog.

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Calibration Standards continued


Cylinder Size ............................................... 30AL Cylinder Contents .......................... 144 CF (4 m3) Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270

Three-Component
Concentration Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide in Air CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 3%* Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide in N2 CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 10% Carbon Monoxide and Propane in N2 CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO 10 99 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO 100 ppm 10%, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9%

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Concentrations are limited to nonflammable mixtures. Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

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Cylinder Size ............................................... 30AL Cylinder Contents .......................... 144 CF (4 m3) Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270

Four-Component
Concentration Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen in N2 CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm O2 0.4 49% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 9.5% O2 0.4 49% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Propane in Air* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm C3H8 1 ppm 0.6% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm C3H8 1 ppm 0.6% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 3% C3H8 1 ppm 0.6% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Propane in N2* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 3% C3H8 1 ppm 2.9%
* Cylinder pressure and contents will vary.

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

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Cylinder Size ............................................... 30AL Cylinder Contents .......................... 144 CF (4 m3) Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270

Five-Component
Concentration Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide and Propane in N2* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 ppm 10%, NO 1 4.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5 29.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5 29.9 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 9999 ppm, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 30 4999 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 30 4999 ppm, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, NO 5000 ppm 1%, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 ppm 10%, NO 5000 ppm 1%, C3H8 1 ppm 2.9% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen and Propane in N2* CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 0.5 9.9 ppm, O2 0.4 49%, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 10 99 ppm CO, O2 0.4 49%, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6% CO2 100 ppm 20%, CO 100 ppm 8.75% O2 0.4 49%, C3H8 1 ppm 1.6%

Dual-Analyzed Standards EPA Protocol RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards Gravstat Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards Acublend Master Class Master Class Certified Working Class

* Carbon monoxide concentrations cannot exceed 3%. Propane concentrations cannot exceed 0.6%. Cylinder pressure and contents will vary. Part 1065-compliant mixtures are available upon request contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Hydrocarbon and Chemical Mixtures

Typical Applications for Calibration Standards

Monitoring feedstock streams for a chemical process. This may include standards with trace minor components at ppm or ppb levels with balance gases such as ethylene, propylene or propane. Monitoring intermediate streams in a chemical process. These blends often consist of several components, many of which could be present in percent levels. Monitoring recycle streams in a plant process. Analyzers are used to determine how to adjust a downstream process to allow for the use of a recycle stream that may be changing. Monitoring waste streams going for disposal. Quality assurance for final product streams. Measuring natural gas energy (BTU value), sulfur and moisture content.

We stock over 800 pure components for blending mixtures used for refining and petrochemical applications.

REFINING, PETROCHEMICAL AND NATURAL GAS APPLICATIONS


Hydrocarbon Calibration Standards

Scientific Approach to Producing

Hydrocarbon Calibration Standards


Changes in ambient temperature may lead to phase changes with many hydrocarbon calibration mixtures. When a phase change occurs, the resulting composition may be different from the original composition. For a gaseous mixture, heavy components (low vapor pressure) may condense at low ambient temperatures. In liquid mixtures, vaporization of one or more lighter (high vapor pressure) components will occur as liquid is withdrawn from the cylinder, or if ambient temperature increases significantly above the temperature at which the mixture was made. Temperature and pressure changes may cause your single phase hydrocarbon mixtures to form two phases. Analytical or calibration work may be inaccurate if a cylinder is used in which phase changes have occurred. Air Liquide uses computer programs with the most accurate equations-of-state to predict the response of hydrocarbon mixtures to temperature or pressure changes. The benefit of these programs is two-fold: 1. They allow Air Liquide to specify the pressure and temperature at which a mixture can be produced and still maintain a single phase. 2. They alert the customer to potential mixture composition problems due to changes in ambient temperature. With a database of hundreds of compounds and the ability to expand, Air Liquide can evaluate virtually any mixture. The types of information that can be supplied for a hydrocarbon mixture are as follows: Gases Maximum pressure or minimum temperature to avoid condensation of one or more components. Liquids Minimum pressure and maximum temperature to avoid vaporization of one or more components. Specified Overall Composition Fraction of mixture that is liquid or vapor and the composition of each phase. Phase Envelope Pressure vs. temperature diagrams will provide condensation and/or vaporization curves for a given mixture. These are available upon request. Example of a Multi-Component Hydrocarbon Mixture Consider a hydrocarbon mixture of composition shown below (mole %). 0.2% 3% 25% 0.3% 68.2% 0.3% 3% Ethane n-Butane Propane 1-Butene Propylene Isobutylene Isobutane

The phase envelope diagram below shows how vaporization and condensation points vary with changes in pressure and temperature. At room temperature (72F or 22C), this mixture will start to condense at about 120 psig (8 bar) and will be mostly liquid at 135 psig (9 bar). This gas phase mixture would be supplied in a cylinder at less than 120 psig (8 bar). A phase envelope diagram also indicates the temperature at which the gas phase mixture will start to condense. By examining this diagram, the user will see that storing the cylinder outdoors on a cold day may cause the heavier components to condense. Phase envelopes are available upon request please contact your Air Liquide representative.
Pressure (psig) 215

Engineered to Your Specifications


To ensure mixture integrity and stability, Air Liquide technical representatives evaluate custom requests and recommend appropriate cylinders in terms of size and construction, ACULIFE cylinder treatment if required, and proper gas handling equipment depending upon the types and concentrations of components in the mixture. Computer programs, as described above, are available to help predict the phase behavior of mixtures. All products shown in this section are typical of those used in hydrocarbon applications but represent only a portion of our capabilities. For a more complete representation, refer to the Mixtures section of this catalog or contact your Air Liquide representative.

LIQUID
175 135 95 55

VAPOR
-73 -45 -17 11 39 67 95 123

Temperature F Bubble Point Curve Dew Point Curve Liquid and Vapor

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Liquid Phase Mixture Delivery

Liquid Mixtures
Analysis for petrochemicals and refining may require the use of liquid blends. Air Liquide has the know-how to prepare these products for you with guaranteed reliability and quality. In the case of pure hydrocarbons, the phase (liquid or gas) is determined by the liquid/vapor equilibrium. Therefore, introducing hydrocarbon components into a mixture can affect the phase of the blend and result in technical limitations. Typically, hydrocarbon calibration mixtures are a combination of many different components having a wide range of boiling points. Changes in conditions, such as temperature or pressure, can cause condensation or vaporization of certain components. In such cases, the composition of each sample taken from the cylinder may differ from its original analysis. Our liquefied UNIPHASE calibration standards are made with high-purity components that are analyzed prior to use in these mixtures. Liquid blends are typically prepared gravimetrically using precision balances calibrated with weights certified by NIST. Specific components are identified, quantified and reported in the detailed certification that accompanies each mixture.

Mixture Composition
To prevent mixture composition from changing as the cylinder is depleted, it is necessary to limit pressure variations within the cylinder and to take the sample from the liquid phase. Down the line, the product can then be used either as a liquid stream or a gaseous stream. Cylinders containing liquid hydrocarbon blends can be provided with the following upon request and based on your application. Dip Tube Allows the withdrawal of the liquid phase from the cylinder. Pressurized Cylinder An inert gas maintains a pressure pad inside the cylinder. This keeps the mixture in the liquid phase and minimizes changes in concentration of the various hydrocarbons in the cylinder headspace. Dual-Port Valve Combining a dip tube for sampling with a valve for gas pressurization. Piston Cylinder Used with volatile compounds to guarantee the components remain in the liquid phase throughout the use of the mixture.

Gaseous Blends Containing Liquefying Components


You may prefer a cylinder containing a gaseous mixture. Keep in mind that this may impose certain limitations on the concentration of some components and/or on the cylinder pressure. Simply contact your Air Liquide representative with your requirements and we can advise you.

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Standard Cylinder with Single-Port Valve and Precharged Pressure Pad
Liquid mixtures using a standard size cylinder, a single-port valve and a precharged pad are gravimetrically prepared with GRAVSTAT using balances calibrated with weights traceable to NIST. The head space above the liquid is initially pressurized (precharged) with an inert gas such as helium. Liquid is withdrawn from the cylinder using the pressure in the head space. Advantages This set-up is used with less volatile components (i.e. those with a lower vapor pressure) even though the cylinder pressure decreases as liquid is withdrawn from the bottom of the cylinder via a dip tube. Disadvantages More volatile components (i.e. those with a higher vapor pressure) tend to accumulate in the inert gas head space. Buildup of volatile components in the head space lowers the accuracy and consistency of the calibration standard. The total cylinder pressure declines as liquid is withdrawn and results in changing sample delivery pressure. Recommended Uses Adequate for mixtures with components having low volatility. Single-Port Valve
Valve Knob

Outlet

Dip Tube

Standard Cylinder with Dual-Port Valve and Precharged Pressure Pad


Liquid mixtures using a standard size cylinder with dual-port valve and constant pressure pad are blended gravimetrically with GRAVSTAT using balances calibrated with weights traceable to NIST. The head space above the liquid is initially pressurized (precharged) with an inert gas such as helium. The head space pressure should be constantly maintained through the dual-port valve using a high-pressure inert gas cylinder. Liquid is withdrawn from the bottom of the cylinder using the pressure in the head space. Advantages The head space pressure is held constant as the liquid is withdrawn from the bottom of the cylinder via a dip tube. Disadvantages More volatile components (i.e. those with a higher vapor pressure) tend to accumulate in the inert gas head space. Buildup of volatile components in the head space lowers the accuracy and consistency of the calibration standard. Recommended Uses Adequate for mixtures with components having low volatility and it provides a constant sample delivery pressure.

Dual-Port Valve
Valve Knob (Neutral Position)

Liquid Valve

Gas Valve

Dip Tube

Inlet Gas Port

UNIPHASE Floating Piston Cylinder


Liquid mixtures using the UNIPHASE cylinders are gravimetrically prepared with GRAVSTAT using balances calibrated with weights traceable to NIST. The pressure within the piston is maintained by pressurizing one side of the floating piston with an inert gas such as helium. The floating piston effectively separates the liquid from the inert gas. Liquid is withdrawn from the cylinder by maintaining a constant pressure on one side of the piston using the inert gas. The constant pressure on the piston prevents the lighter components from volatilizing. When ordering, please specify desired pressure of helium pad. Due to DOT regulations, the cylinder must be shipped in a case. Phase envelope available upon request. Advantages More volatile components are kept in the liquid phase. Disadvantages There are essentially no disadvantages to using a piston cylinder. Recommended Uses Provides the most accurate and consistent liquid phase calibration standards available and should be used for all demanding applications such as product sales and custody transfer.

UNIPHASE Piston Cylinder

Liquid Sample Port Gauge Port

Mixing Paddle Cylinder Housing Volume Indicator Port

Floating Piston

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Hydrocarbon Chromatographic Standards

Hydrocarbon Chromatographic Standards


These mixtures are invaluable for calibrating instruments when analyzing trace impurities in petrochemical feedstreams or measuring the composition of hydrocarbon product streams in natural gas processing. With an unlimited combination of compounds and concentrations, each mix is made with only qualified raw materials. Air Liquide can easily ensure consistent and reliable accuracy by blending these mixtures using our proprietary GRAVSTAT blending procedure. Available in either SCOTT Certified Master or Working Classes, all are weight-traceable to NIST. Contact your Air Liquide representative for available cylinder packaging.

Custom Synthetic Mixtures


Products shown here are only a sampling of our capabilities we can produce virtually any blend or mix for your specialized hydrocarbon and chemical application. If you don't see what you need here, contact your Air Liquide representative to discuss custom blends and mixtures for all types of specialized hydrocarbon and chemical applications.

ASTM Blends
Description D-3710 Components 4.5% n-Butane 3.2% n-Butylbenzene 3.2% n-Decane 5.4% 2,4-Dimethylpentane 3.2% n-Dodecane 9.7% n-Heptane 5.4% n-Hexane 9.7% 2-Methylbutane 5.4% 2-Methylpentane 1.5% 2-Methylpropane 5.4% n-Octane 2.2% n-Pentadecane 7.6% n-Pentane 1.5% n-Propane 4.3% n-Propylbenzene 2.2% n-Tetradecane 10.8% Toluene 2.2% n-Tridecane 13% p-Xylene 1% n-Butane 4% Ethane 1% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 93% Propane 1% n-Butane 4% Ethane 3% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 87% Propane 4% Propylene 1% n-Butane 3% Ethane 3% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 57% Propane 35% Propylene

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Description LPG Reference Standard D (Mole%) Components 64% n-Butane 6% Butene-1 25% Isobutane 2% Isopentane 3% Propane 30% n-Butane 2% Ethane 15% Isobutane 2% Isopentane 45% Propane 6% Propylene 0.5% Butadiene-1,3 10% n-Butane 15% Butene-1 7.5% cis-2-Butene 8% trans-2-Butene 40% Isobutane 17% Isobutylene 0.5% Isopentane 0.5% n-Pentane 0.5% Propane 0.5% Propylene 1% Butadiene-1,3 21% Butene-1 13% n-Butane 6% cis-2-Butene 7% trans-2-Butene 36.5% Isobutane 12% Isobutylene 1.5% Isopentane 0.5% n-Pentane 1% Propane 0.5% Propylene

LPG Reference Standard E (Mole%)

Section L 5 (Mole%)

LPG Reference Standard A (Mole%)

LPG Reference Standard B (Mole%)

Section L 6 (Mole%)

LPG Reference Standard C (Mole%)

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Gas Mixtures
Description GPA Gas Reference Standard (Mole%) Components 3% n-Butane 1% Carbon Dioxide 9% Ethane 0.5% Helium 3% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 70.5% Methane 5% Nitrogen 1% n-Pentane 6% Propane 1% n-Butane 0.5% Carbon Dioxide 10.5% Ethane 1% Isobutane 71% Methane 9% Nitrogen 7% Propane 1% Acetylene 1% Argon 5% Carbon Dioxide 12% Carbon Monoxide 14% Hydrogen 0.5% Methane 66.5% Nitrogen 1% n-Butane 0.3% Carbon Dioxide 3% Ethane 0.2% Helium 1% Isobutane 0.3% Isopentane 90.5% Methane 1.6% Nitrogen 0.3% n-Pentane 1.8% Propane

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Description Blend 2 (LV%) Components 21% n-Butane 2% Ethane 7% Hexanes and Heavier 8% Isobutane 4% Isopentane 1% Methane 4% n-Pentane 53% Propane 38% n-Butane 19% Hexanes and Heavier 15% Isobutane 12% Isopentane 13% n-Pentane 3% Propane 10% n-Butane 25% Ethane 8% Hexanes and Heavier 10% Isobutane 5% Isopentane 2% Methane 5% n-Pentane 35% Propane 6% n-Butane 0.5% Carbon Dioxide 54% Ethane 3.9% Hexanes and Heavier 3% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 1.5% Methane 0.1% Nitrogen 2% n-Pentane 28% Propane 10% n-Butane 1% Carbon Dioxide 25% Ethane 6% Hexanes and Heavier 10% Isobutane 4% Isopentane 4% Methane 1% Nitrogen 4% n-Pentane 35% Propane

Blend 3 (LV%)

Mixture G 6 (Mole%)

Blend 4 (LV%)

Mixture G 7 (Mole%)

Blend 5 (Mole%)

Mixture G 8 (Mole%)

Blend 6 (Mole%)

GPA Natural Gas Liquid Blends


Description Blend 1 (LV%) Components 20% n-Butane 1% Ethane 16% Hexanes and Heavier 14% Isobutane 7% Isopentane 11% n-Pentane 31% Propane

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Hydrocarbon Mixtures
Description Mixture 31 (Mole%) Components 45% n-Butane 16% Isobutane 2% Isopentane 37% Propane 73% n-Butane 24% Isobutane 3% Propane 3% n-Butane 1% 2,2-Dimethylbutane 1% 2,3-Dimethylbutane 2% n-Hexane 39% Isopentane 2% 2-Methylpentane 2% 3-Methylpentane 50% n-Pentane 22% n-Butane 7% Butene-1 62% Isobutane 1% Isobutylene 8% Propane 44% n-Butane 20% Butene-1 1% cis-2-Butene 4% trans-2-Butene 20% Isobutane 4% n-Pentane 2% Pentene-1 5% Propane 32% n-Butane 14% Butene-1 6% cis-2-Butene 9% trans-2-Butene 30% Isobutane 9% Isobutylene 18% Butadiene-1,3 14% n-Butane 17% Butene-1 19% cis-2-Butene 22% trans-2-Butene 3% Isobutane 7% Isobutylene 31% n-Butane 16% Isobutane 14% Isopentane 27% n-Pentane 12% Propane Mixture 43 (Mole%) Mixture 41 (Mole%)

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Description Mixture 39 (Mole%) Components 5% Ethane 4% Isobutane 75% Propane 16% Propylene 8% n-Butane 9% Butene-1 3% cis-2-Butene 8% trans-2-Butene 4% Ethane 19% Isobutane 14% Isobutylene 1% Isopentane 1% Pentene-1 16% Propane 17% Propylene 25% n-Butane 12% Butene-1 4% cis-2-Butene 2% trans-2-Butene 7% Cyclohexane 8% n-Heptane 9% n-Hexane 11% Isobutane 9% 2-Methylpentane 5% n-Pentane 2% Pentene-1 6% Propane 26% n-Butane 14% n-Heptane 10% n-Hexane 10% Isobutane 13% Isopentane 8% 3-Methylpentane 15% n-Pentane 4% Propane 3% n-Butane 93% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 1% n-Pentane 2% Propane 94% n-Butane 3% Isobutane 1% Isopentane 1% n-Pentane 1% Propane

Mixture 32 (Mole%)

Mixture 40 (Mole%)

Mixture 33 (Mole%)

Mixture 34 (Mole%)

Mixture 35 (Mole%)

Mixture 42 (Mole%)

Mixture 36 (Mole%)

Mixture 37 (Mole%)

Mixture 44 (Mole%)

Mixture 38 (Mole%)

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Paraffins, Isoparaffins, Aromatics, Naphthenes, Olefins
PIANO mixtures are used to calibrate instruments for the analysis of naphtha fractions, gasoline fractions and other refinery streams. Individual blends are packaged in septum vials for convenient syringe sampling. Each vial is accompanied by a chromatogram and a Certification of Composition determined gravimetrically. Mixture accuracy saves the analyst time and investigative expense when performing chromatographic analysis.

Total Composition by Group Type


Composition Aromatics Isoparaffins Naphthenes Olefins Paraffins Totals Weight% 23.904 19.800 21.182 17.295 17.819 100.000 MOLE% 22.295 19.534 21.826 20.225 16.119 100.000 LV% 20.773 21.156 20.546 18.675 18.850 100.000

PIANO blends are available either as separate vials containing each individual blend or as a complete PIANO kit.

Total Composition by Carbon Group


Composition C4s C5s C6s C7s C8s C9s C10s C11s C12s C13s C14s C15s Totals Weight% 0.000 5.584 10.545 14.678 17.913 20.041 17.708 3.176 5.938 1.587 1.567 1.263 100.000 MOLE% 0.000 8.940 14.285 16.894 18.221 18.109 14.561 2.366 4.077 0.977 0.896 0.675 100.000 LV% 0.000 6.426 11.151 15.369 17.860 19.618 16.710 3.020 5.454 1.590 1.556 1.245 100.000

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Each PIANO calibration standard is accompanied by a Certificate of Analysis that lists the weight, mole and liquid volume percentages, molecular weight, specific gravity, boiling point, chromatographic retention order and elution times for each component. The instrument conditions used to produce the given chromatogram are also included. Standard mixtures are shown on the following pages. The values shown for each component are typical, but may change slightly from lot to lot. Exact values are given in the individual lot analysis.

Sample Chromatograph PIANO Stock Mixture


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Paraffinic
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Peak Retention Number Time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 8.40 12.93 23.56 39.74 63.61 82.14 94.26 103.84 112.09 119.54 126.45

Linear Index 500.0 600.0 700.0 800.0 900.0 1000.0 1100.0 1200.0 1300.0 1400.0 1500.0

Peak Type P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 Totals

Weight % 1.671 1.694 1.742 1.701 1.611 1.647 1.659 1.676 1.587 1.567 1.263 17.819

MOLE % 2.629 2.231 1.962 1.690 1.426 1.314 1.205 1.116 0.977 0.896 0.675 16.119

Liquid Volume % 2.007 1.933 1.918 1.823 1.692 1.700 1.689 1.696 1.590 1.556 1.245 18.850

Specific Gravity 0.6310 0.6640 0.6882 0.7068 0.7217 0.7341 0.7443 0.7487 0.7564 0.7628 0.7685

MOLE Weight 72.15 86.18 100.75 114.22 128.25 142.28 156.30 170.34 184.37 198.40 212.42

Boiling Point F 96.92 155.72 209.17 258.20 303.44 345.42 384.62 421.30 455.72 488.66 514.71

Note: Retention times valid for specified conditions only.

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Isoparaffinic
Components Isopentane 2,3-Dimethylbutane 2-Methylpentane 3-Methylpentane 2,2-Dimethylpentane 2,4-Dimethylpentane 2,2,3-Trimethylbutane 3,3-Dimethylpentane 2-Methylhexane 2,3-Dimethylpentane 3-Methylhexane 3-Ethylpentane 2,2-Dimethylhexane 2,5-Dimethylhexane 2,2,3-Trimethylpentane 2,4-Dimethylhexane 2,3-Dimethylhexane 2-Methylheptane 4-Methylheptane 3-Methylheptane 3-Ethylhexane 2,5-Dimethylheptane 3,5-Dimethylheptane (D)* 3,3-Dimethylheptane 3,5-Dimethylheptane (L) 2,3-Dimethylheptane 3,4-Dimethylheptane (D)* 3,4-Dimethylheptane (L) 2-Methyloctane 3-Methyloctane 3,3-Diethylpentane 2,2-Dimethyloctane 3,3-Dimethyloctane 2,3-Dimethyloctane 2-Methylnonane 3-Ethyloctane 3-Methylnonane Peak Retention Number Time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 7.65 10.65 10.85 11.62 14.55 15.09 15.56 17.53 18.98 19.15 20.01 21.26 26.31 27.91 27.91 28.15 32.31 33.44 33.67 34.68 34.84 46.28 46.28 46.57 46.57 50.85 51.28 51.49 53.18 54.87 55.08 67.38 70.89 74.51 76.33 76.82 77.36 Linear Index 483.4 549.7 554.1 571.1 615.2 620.3 624.7 643.3 656.9 658.5 666.6 678.4 717.0 726.9 726.9 728.4 754.1 761.1 762.5 768.7 769.7 827.4 827.4 828.6 828.6 846.5 848.3 849.2 856.3 863.4 864.3 920.3 939.3 958.8 968.6 971.3 974.2 Peak Type I5 I6 I6 I6 I7 I7 I7 I7 I7 I7 I7 I7 I8 I8 I8 I8 I8 I8 I8 I8 I8 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I9 I10 I10 I10 I10 I10 I10 Totals
* Component not available for peak reference only. Note: Retention times valid for specified conditions only.

Weight % 0.432 0.089 0.645 1.060 0.352 0.728 0.775 0.368 0.467 0.353 0.317 0.104 0.260 0.734 0.341 0.326 0.320 0.865 0.633 1.078 0.141 1.113 0.000 0.332 0.150 0.293 0.338 0.389 0.742 1.108 0.311 0.644 0.628 0.760 0.734 0.730 1.140 19.800

MOLE % 0.680 0.117 0.849 1.396 0.397 0.820 0.873 0.415 0.526 0.397 0.357 0.117 0.258 0.729 0.339 0.324 0.317 0.859 0.629 1.071 0.140 0.984 0.000 0.294 0.133 0.260 0.299 0.344 0.657 0.981 0.275 0.514 0.501 0.606 0.586 0.582 0.909 19.534

Liquid Volume % 0.524 0.101 0.743 1.201 0.393 0.815 0.845 0.400 0.518 0.382 0.348 0.112 0.281 0.797 0.358 0.350 0.338 0.933 0.677 1.150 0.149 1.169 0.000 0.345 0.156 0.304 0.348 0.401 0.784 1.159 0.311 0.670 0.641 0.776 0.761 0.743 1.171 21.156

Specific Gravity 0.6247 0.6664 0.6579 0.6690 0.6782 0.6772 0.6946 0.6976 0.6830 0.6996 0.6917 0.7028 0.6996 0.6979 0.7203 0.7047 0.7165 0.7021 0.7090 0.7101 0.7178 0.7210 0.7265 0.7299 0.7265 0.7302 0.7356 0.7356 0.7175 0.7245 0.7575 0.7285 0.7432 0.7420 0.7306 0.7442 0.7375

MOLE Weight 72.15 86.18 86.18 86.18 100.75 100.75 100.75 100.75 100.75 100.75 100.75 100.75 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 114.22 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 128.25 142.28 142.28 142.28 142.28 142.28 142.28

Boiling Point F 82.10 136.36 140.47 145.89 174.54 176.89 177.58 186.91 194.09 196.36 197.32 200.25 224.31 228.39 229.71 228.97 240.09 243.16 243.88 244.40 245.36 276.80 276.80 278.62 276.80 284.90 285.10 285.10 289.87 290.30 296.91 314.40 322.20 327.76 332.60 334.00 334.40

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Aromatic
Components Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene m-Xylene p-Xylene o-Xylene Isopropylbenzene n-Propylbenzene 1-Methyl-3-Ethylbenzene 1-Methyl-4-Ethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 1-Methyl-2-Ethylbenzene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene tert-Butylbenzene Isobutylbenzene sec-Butylbenzene 1-Methyl-3-Isopropylbenzene 1-Methyl-4-Isopropylbenzene 1-Methyl-2-Isopropylbenzene 1-Methyl-3-n-Propylbenzene 1-Methyl-4-n-Propylbenzene n-Butylbenzene 1,3-Dimethyl-5-Ethylbenzene 1,2-Diethylbenzene 1-Methyl-2-n-Propylbenzene 1,4-Dimethyl-2-Ethylbenzene 1,2-Dimethyl-4-Ethylbenzene 1,3-Dimethyl-2-Ethylbenzene 1,2-Dimethyl-3-Ethylbenzene 1,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene 2-Methylbutylbenzene tert-1-Butyl-2-Methylbenzene n-Pentylbenzene t-1-Butyl-3,5-Dimethylbenzene t-1-Butyl-4-Ethylbenzene 1,3,5-Triethylbenzene 1,2,4-Triethylbenzene n-Hexylbenzene Peak Retention Number Time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 17.03 31.18 48.35 50.39 50.65 55.94 65.08 71.42 72.94 73.29 75.48 75.91 78.41 78.41 80.78 81.15 82.86 83.18 84.89 86.68 87.15 87.27 88.00 88.12 88.50 89.77 90.66 91.31 92.86 94.41 94.46 95.91 98.39 100.39 100.91 104.31 105.92 107.73 Linear Index 638.6 747.1 836.1 844.6 845.7 867.9 907.9 942.1 950.4 952.2 964.1 966.4 979.9 979.9 992.7 994.7 1005.9 1008.6 1022.7 1037.5 1041.3 1042.3 1048.3 1049.3 1052.5 1063.0 1070.3 1075.7 1088.4 1101.2 1102.1 1117.2 1143.1 1164.0 1169.4 1205.7 1225.2 1247.2 Peak Type A6 A7 A8 A8 A8 A8 A9 A9 A9 A9 A9 A9 A9 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A11 A11 A11 A12 A12 A12 A12 A12 Totals
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Weight % 1.697 1.088 1.607 0.539 1.144 0.537 0.528 1.083 0.523 0.515 0.268 0.535 0.603 1.092 1.049 0.535 0.263 0.255 0.268 0.502 0.529 0.525 0.523 0.260 0.533 0.543 0.536 0.272 0.520 0.057 0.272 0.183 1.062 0.514 0.532 1.082 0.265 1.067 23.904

MOLE % 2.465 1.340 1.718 0.576 1.222 0.574 0.499 1.023 0.494 0.487 0.253 0.505 0.569 0.924 0.888 0.453 0.223 0.215 0.227 0.425 0.447 0.444 0.442 0.220 0.451 0.459 0.454 0.230 0.440 0.048 0.208 0.140 0.813 0.359 0.372 0.757 0.185 0.746 22.295

Liquid Volume % 1.454 0.945 1.397 0.470 1.001 0.460 0.462 0.947 0.456 0.451 0.233 0.458 0.519 0.950 0.927 0.468 0.231 0.224 0.230 0.440 0.464 0.460 0.450 0.223 0.460 0.467 0.462 0.230 0.440 0.048 0.238 0.160 0.933 0.449 0.468 0.932 0.228 0.938 20.773

Specific Gravity 0.8844 0.8719 0.8718 0.8688 0.8658 0.8848 0.8666 0.8666 0.8690 0.8657 0.8696 0.8852 0.8802 0.8710 0.8577 0.8665 0.8655 0.8618 0.8811 0.8653 0.8628 0.8646 0.8807 0.8843 0.8779 0.8816 0.8788 0.8948 0.8965 0.8918 0.8650 0.8650 0.8628 0.8671 0.8610 0.8791 0.8791 0.8617

MOLE Weight 78.11 92.13 106.16 106.16 106.16 106.16 120.19 120.19 120.19 120.19 120.19 120.19 120.19 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 134.12 148.24 148.24 148.24 162.16 162.26 162.26 162.26 162.26

Boiling Point F 176.17 231.12 277.14 282.38 281.03 291.95 306.31 318.59 322.34 323.57 328.48 329.27 336.82 336.40 342.96 343.94 348.40 350.78 352.67 359.62 362.16 361.89 362.76 362.16 364.95 368.29 373.06 374.02 381.04 386.24 386.00 390.00 401.72 400.00 403.00 420.80 423.86 439.00

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Naphthenic
Components Cyclopentane Methylcyclopentane Cyclohexane 1,1-Dimethylcyclopentane cis-1,3-Dimethylcyclopentane trans-1,3-Dimethylcyclopentane trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclopentane Methylcyclohexane Ethylcyclopentane ctc-1,2,4-Trimethylcyclopentane ctc-1,2,3-Trimethylcyclopentane ctt-1,2,4-Trimethylcyclopentane trans-1,4-Dimethylcyclohexane 1-Ethyl-1-Methylcyclopentane trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexane ccc-1,2,3-Trimethylcyclopentane Isopropylcyclopentane cis-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexane n-Propylcyclopentane ccc-1,3,5-Trimethylcyclohexane 1,1,4-Trimethylcyclohexane ctt-1,2,4-Trimethylcyclohexane ctc-1,2,4-Trimethylcyclohexane 1,1,2-Trimethylcyclohexane Isobutylcyclopentane Isopropylcyclohexane n-Butylcyclopentane Isobutylcyclohexane t-l-Methyl-2-Propylcyclohexane t-l-Methyl-2-(4MP)cyclopentane Peak Retention Number Time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 10.62 14.81 17.96 19.49 20.78 21.13 21.47 25.89 27.62 28.29 30.14 34.29 35.12 37.58 38.05 39.01 40.48 43.48 44.55 44.55 46.13 48.88 54.78 55.92 59.95 66.18 69.65 79.05 80.61 98.75 Linear Index 549.0 317.7 647.3 661.7 673.8 677.1 680.3 714.4 725.1 729.2 740.7 766.3 771.4 786.7 789.6 795.5 803.1 815.7 820.2 820.2 826.8 838.3 863.0 867.8 884.7 913.9 932.6 983.3 991.7 1146.9 Peak Type N5 N6 N7 N7 N7 N7 N7 N7 N7 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N8 N9 N9 N9 N9 N9 N9 N9 N9 N10 N10 N12 Totals
Note: Retention times valid for specified conditions only.

Weight % 1.053 0.693 1.144 0.738 0.128 0.582 0.311 1.210 0.757 0.354 0.336 0.797 0.753 0.228 0.354 0.171 0.744 0.789 0.779 0.754 0.780 0.770 0.750 0.714 0.790 1.222 0.789 1.195 0.697 0.804 21.182

MOLE % 1.703 0.934 1.542 0.853 0.148 0.673 0.359 1.398 0.875 0.358 0.340 0.805 0.762 0.230 0.358 0.173 0.752 0.798 0.788 0.678 0.701 0.692 0.674 0.642 0.710 1.099 0.709 0.966 0.564 0.542 21.826

Liquid Volume % 1.063 0.696 1.106 0.736 0.129 0.585 0.312 1.184 0.744 0.357 0.336 0.786 0.744 0.220 0.343 0.165 0.722 0.747 0.756 0.738 0.761 0.731 0.718 0.674 0.762 1.149 0.758 1.133 0.648 0.743 20.546

Specific Gravity 0.7505 0.7536 0.7834 0.7593 0.7496 0.7537 0.7562 0.7740 0.7710 0.7518 0.7580 0.7680 0.7670 0.7854 0.7803 0.7836 0.7808 0.8006 0.7808 0.7737 0.7760 0.7980 0.7920 0.8030 0.7850 0.8060 0.7888 0.7990 0.8150 0.8200

MOLE Weight 70.13 84.16 84.16 98.18 98.18 98.18 98.18 98.18 98.18 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 112.21 126.23 126.23 126.23 126.23 126.23 126.23 126.23 126.23 140.26 140.26 168.33

Boiling Point F 120.67 161.25 177.29 190.12 195.39 197.10 197.36 204.82 218.24 228.72 230.40 242.12 246.93 250.74 254.15 253.40 259.52 265.51 267.71 281.14 275.00 286.23 298.00 294.80 298.40 310.23 313.81 340.32 350.00 400.00

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Olefinic
Components Isobutene 1-Butene cis-2-Butene 3-Methyl-1-Butene 1-Pentene 2-Methyl-1-Butene 2-Methyl-1,3-Butadiene trans-2-Pentene cis-2-Pentene 4-Methylpentene-1 1-Hexene trans-2-Hexene 2-Methylpentene-2 cis-2-Hexene 1-Heptene trans-3-Heptene cis-3-Heptene trans-2-Heptene cis-2-Heptene 1-Octene trans-2-Octene cis-2-Octene 1-Nonene trans-3-Nonene cis-3-Nonene trans-2-Nonene cis-2-Nonene 1-Decene Peak Retention Number Time * * * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 6.47 6.47 6.84 7.33 7.99 8.15 8.39 8.47 8.71 10.25 11.99 13.05 13.21 13.74 21.68 22.96 23.67 23.88 25.01 37.29 39.95 41.38 59.66 61.69 62.03 63.71 65.58 80.04 Linear Index 457.4 457.4 465.6 476.4 490.9 494.5 499.8 501.5 506.8 540.8 579.2 601.1 602.6 607.6 682.3 694.4 700.7 702.0 709.0 784.9 800.9 806.9 883.5 892.0 893.4 900.5 910.6 988.7 Peak Type O4 O4 O4 O5 O5 O5 O5 O5 O5 O6 O6 O6 O6 O6 O7 O7 O7 O7 O7 O8 O8 O8 O9 O9 O9 O9 O9 O10 Totals
* N/A: Component not in blend. Note: Retention times valid for specified conditions only.

Weight % 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.349 0.729 0.254 0.427 0.320 0.350 0.601 1.341 0.307 0.588 0.685 1.332 0.644 1.023 0.652 1.007 1.350 0.346 0.689 1.345 0.325 0.705 0.175 0.480 1.271 17.295

MOLE % 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.564 1.179 0.410 0.691 0.517 0.566 0.811 1.808 0.414 0.793 0.924 1.539 0.745 1.183 0.754 1.163 1.365 0.350 0.696 1.209 0.292 0.633 0.157 0.432 1.028 20.225

Liquid Volume % 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.418 0.855 0.293 0.494 0.371 0.401 0.682 1.498 0.341 0.645 0.750 1.439 0.695 1.096 0.700 1.072 1.422 0.362 0.716 1.390 0.338 0.732 0.180 0.493 1.293 18.675

Specific Gravity 0.6004 0.6013 0.6271 0.6325 0.6457 0.6557 0.6549 0.6533 0.6608 0.6686 0.6780 0.6827 0.6912 0.6920 0.7015 0.7026 0.7073 0.7057 0.7116 0.7193 0.7243 0.7287 0.7334 0.7294 0.7294 0.7380 0.7380 0.7450

MOLE Weight 56.11 56.11 56.11 70.13 70.13 70.13 70.13 70.13 70.13 84.16 84.16 84.16 84.16 84.16 98.19 98.19 98.19 98.19 98.19 112.22 112.22 112.22 126.24 126.24 126.24 126.24 126.24 140.25

Boiling Point F 19.59 20.75 38.69 68.11 85.94 88.09 93.20 97.44 98.50 128.96 146.27 154.19 153.15 155.99 200.55 204.21 204.35 208.31 209.14 250.29 257.00 258.10 296.40 297.86 297.86 299.30 299.30 339.08

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Natural Gas Standards

Natural Gas Standards


Eliminate Error in Natural Gas Measurements
SCOTT Certified Class BTU mixtures from Air Liquide are the calibration gas of choice for all natural gas applications. These mixtures are commonly used at custody transfer points when both parties need to agree on the analysis. Dual-certification and guaranteed 2 BTU accuracy* combine to make these mixtures deliver unsurpassed performance when even a small error in measurement could have serious legal or commercial ramifications. SCOTT Certified Class BTU mixtures are the most accurate and traceable gas and liquid mixtures available. They are gravimetrically prepared using our proprietary GRAVSTAT blending process. These standards are dual-certified and guaranteed to be traceable to a national or international metrology organization (usually NIST or VSL, formerly NMi) or to ASTM, GPA, ALRS (Air Liquide Reference Standard) or other industry methods. Accurate Natural Gas Analysis High quality analysis accepted by both producer and customer are characterized by well-documented measurement, fully traceable to international standards. These international gas standards are prepared by several national metrology institutes such as NIST (USA), LNE (France), BAM (Germany) and VSL (Netherlands). They intercompare their gas standards frequently to guarantee international comparability. VSL is one of the leading laboratories and offers a full range of gaseous reference materials. Air Liquide calibrates our measurement equipment with various metrological standards. The foundation for accuracy and reliability is then established. These standards for the natural gas industry are stable, gravimetrically prepared multicomponent gas mixtures, of which the constituent mole fractions and expanded uncertainty are listed in a Certificate of Composition. Exclusive Interlocking Concentration Values Certified Class BTU products receive two rigorous, independent methods of certification: one during GRAVSTAT blending and the other using proprietary laboratory analytical procedures. Air Liquide then further ensures the accuracy of your mixture by employing our exclusive interlocking feature: the concentrations determined from both certification processes must interlock with agreement as low as 1%.

Benefits and Features

1% accuracy of components delivers guaranteed 2 BTU accuracy* for consistently accurate measurements. Traceability to recognized standards provides unbiased third-party substantiation for absolute confidence in your measurements. Dual-certification, independent blending and laboratory analytical values guarantee the accuracy of your mixture. Exclusive interlocking concentration values provide an added measure of confidence in mixture accuracy.

Shorter lead times help minimize the need for on-site inventory.

* 1 BTU accuracy is available on some products contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Typical Components
NGL calibration standards and other custom blends are also available contact your Air Liquide representative. Acetylene Benzene Butanol Butane i-Butane n-Butane 1-Butene 2-Butene (cis, trans) Butyl Mercaptan Butylenes Carbon Dioxide Carbon Disulfide Carbon Monoxide Carbonyl Sulfide n-Decane 2,2-Dimethyl Butane 2,3-Dimethyl Butane Dimethyl Disulfide 2,2-Dimethyl Pentane Dimethyl Sulfide Dodecane Ethane Ethanol Ethyl Benzene Ethyl Mercaptan Ethylene Helium n-Heptane n-Hexane Hydrogen Hydrogen Sulfide Methane Methanol Methyl Mercaptan 2-Methyl Pentane 3-Methyl Pentane Nitrogen n-Nonane n-Octane Oxygen Pentadecane i-Pentane n-Pentane neo-Pentane 1-Pentene 2-Pentene Propane Propanol n-Propyl Benzene Propylene Tetradecane Toluene Tridecane Xylene (o, m, p)

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Natural Gas Applications


Pipeline
Online/Lab Analyzers and Propane/Air Injection Systems

Processing Plant
Process Control

Full-Service Packages Air Liquide offers a comprehensive full service supply program for natural gas processing plants, interstate transmission pipelines and local distribution companies. Our program covers all your needs for calibration standards, carrier gases, gas handling equipment and even includes Cross Reference Service and technical support. This full service supply program gives you greater accuracy and consistency of your analytical measurements used in sales and custody transfer of natural gas.

Natural gas/BTU calibration standards Ethane, propane, butane and NGL calibration standards Sulfur calibration standards ALPHAGAZ high-purity GC carrier and zero gases Gas handling equipment

Natural gas/BTU calibration standards Sulfur calibration standards ALPHAGAZ high-purity GC carrier and zero gases Gas handling equipment

Compression Stations

Low NOx, CO, VOC calibration standards Formaldehyde calibration standards

Acid Gas Treating/Sulfur Recovery


Sulfur calibration standards CO2 calibration standards

Quality Assurance

Dehydrator Emissions Monitoring

Natural Gas Cross Reference Service

BTEX, VOC calibration standards

Reference material (SRM or PRM) Cross Reference Service Dual-certified natural gas standards Sulfur and odorant standards ALPHAGAZ pure gases Gas handling equipment Technical support DATAL for remote monitoring

Petrochemical
Raw Material Analysis for Quality Assurance

Environmental Compliance

Low NOx, CO, H2S, SO2, BTEX, VOC calibration standards

Natural gas/BTU calibration standards Ethane, propane, butane and NGL calibration standards Sulfur calibration standards ALPHAGAZ high-purity GC carrier and zero gases Gas handling equipment Natural Gas Cross Reference Service

Health and Safety


SCOTTY Transportables

Quality Assurance

Natural Gas Cross Reference Service

Wellhead/Logging
Quality Assurance

Natural gas/BTU calibration standards Sulfur calibration standards

Power Plant/Utility
Environmental Compliance Online/Lab Analyzers for BTU Verification

Low NOx, CO, H2S, SO2, BTEX, VOC calibration standards

Natural gas/BTU calibration standards ALPHAGAZ high-purity GC carrier and zero gases Gas handling equipment Natural Gas Cross Reference Service

Sample Cylinder/Line Cleaning

Supercritical Fluid Extraction (ALPHAGAZ SFE) CO2

Health and Safety

SCOTTY Transportables

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Natural Gas Standards


Air Liquide offers a comprehensive selection of natural gas and natural gas liquid (NGL) calibration standards. The mixtures below are available as SCOTT Custom Class products to meet your routine analytical requirements. Please contact your Air Liquide representative regarding your specific applications. Calorimetric This standard reflects the composition of many natural gas pipelines. High Ethane Recommended for applications where heavier hydrocarbon values are not significant. GPA The Gas Processors Associations GPA Standard of Analysis for Natural Gas and Similar Gaseous Mixtures by Gas Chromatography (GPA Publication 2261-72) and ASTMs Method D-1945-62T recommend this mixture for calibration and analysis. Helium Enriched Natural gas containing a high level of helium requires a gas standard with an appreciable increase in helium concentration. Specific BTU Specific BTU methane is provided in high-pressure cylinders at 2000 psig (138 bar). Air Liquide makes standards for all BTU analyzers please inquire. Natural gas standards are commonly sold in size 108 cylinders (100 lbs.) or SCOTTY 14 cylinders (volume dependent on mixture). Natural Gas Cross Reference Analytical Service To assure accuracy and precision in the measurement of natural gas composition, BTU and specific gravity values, Air Liquide offers a unique intercompany Cross Reference Service. Participating companies receive a sample of synthetic natural gas four times a year and return their gas analysis results to Air Liquide. A quarterly report is issued presenting individual results and summary data for all participants.

Gas Mixture Compositions*


Component i-Butane n-Butane Carbon Dioxide n-Decane Ethane Helium n-Heptane n-Hexane Isobutane Isopentane Methane Nitrogen n-Nonane n-Octane Oxygen i-Pentane n-Pentane neo-Pentane Propane BTU** Calorimetric High Ethane Extended Analysis 0.30 0.30 1.00 0.0025 4.00 0.10 0.10 3.00 0.50 64.00 9.00 3.00 1.00 70.50 5.00 1.00 0.30 88.90 1.60 GPA Helium Pipeline 0.25 0.25 1.50 3.00 Specific BTU***

0.40 3.00 3.50 0.02 0.05 0.40 0.15 88.73 2.50

3.00 0.50 12.50

3.00 1.00 9.00 0.5

1.00 0.20 3.00 2.00

0.05

89.18 2.50 0.0025 0.005 1.50 0.05 0.05 1.00

92.49 0.75

99.99

0.15 0.10 1.00 1033

0.50 7.00 1287

1.00 6.00 1306

0.30 1.70 1088

0.10 0.10 0.01 1.50 1010

* Mole percent ** Approximate values calculated at 14.73 psia and 60F in accordance with GPA Standard 2172-96. BTU values are reported in Gross Real Dry units. *** For some BTU standards, 1% accuracy is available please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information. Dew point = 32F (0C) and 161 psi (11 bar) Dew point = 32F (0C) and 1285 psi (89 bar)

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Certificate of Accuracy
Cylinders containing SCOTT Certified Class BTU mixtures are shipped with a Certificate of Accuracy. This Certificate of Accuracy can be affixed to the cylinder itself, mailed, faxed or electronically transmitted to you. Certificates are also available at SHOP@airliquide. Certified Class, BTU Air Liquides Certificate of Accuracy for Certified Class BTU mixtures shows the following information: 1 Cylinder identification number and other product information 2 Certified concentration (ppm or % mole basis; weight basis is optional) 3 Certified accuracy by component 4 List of minor components and balance gas/liquid 5 BTU calculated values
CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION

CERTIFIED CLASS
Certified BTU Calibration Standard
6141 Easton Road, P.O. Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0310 (215) 766-8860 (800) 217-2688 FAX: (215) 766-0320

CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: Certified Class BTU Calibration Standard


Product Information Project No.: 08-46153-001 Item No.: 0802NOOO235PBL P.O. No.: 170452 REL#120 Folio#: FOLIO #99999999 Cylinder Number: BAL251 Cylinder Size: BL Certification Date: 05Jan2009 Expiration Date: 05Jan2011 Customer Acme Chemical, Inc. John Kitner 4600 Wakefield Drive Box 217 Somerville, PA 19090-9999

2
Concentration (Mole) 1.000% 95.187% 0.701% 2.510% 0.340% 0.060% 0.059% 0.020% 0.020% 0.101%

3
Accuracy (%) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Component Name Nitrogen Methane Carbon Dioxide Ethane Propane IsoButane N-Butane IsoPentane N-Pentane N-Hexane

6 Physical property information 7 Method used to calculate BTU value (either GPA 2145-03 or 2172-97) The reverse side of our Certificate of Accuracy shows detailed component information: 8 Detailed information by component 9 Requested concentration

BTU
Gross/Real/Dry 1029.4 Gross/Ideal/Dry 1027.6 Net/Real/Dry 927.6 Net/Ideal/Dry 926.0 Specific Gravity 0.5867 All reported value calculated at 14.730 psia and 60 degrees Fahrenheit

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Cylinder Size: BL Dew Point: 32F Pressure: 765 PSIG Expiration Date: 05Jan2011 Valve Connection: 350

10 Blended (gravimetric) concentration 11 Blend tolerance result 12 Certified accuracy result

TRACEABILITY

7 8

Traceable To GPA 2145-03

Physical Constants for the Paraffin Hydrocarbons and Other Components of Natural Gas

SPECIFICATIONS
Component Name Nitrogen Methane Carbon Dioxide Ethane Propane IsoButane N-Butane IsoPentane N-Pentane N-Hexane

10

11

12

Requested Gravimetric Blend Tolerance Certified Concentration Concentration Result Accuracy (Mole) (Mole) (%) Result (%) 1.000 1.000% 0.0 1.0 95.200% 95.187% 0.0 1.0 0.700 0.701% 0.1 1.0 2.500 2.510% 0.4 1.0 0.340 0.340% 0.0 1.0 0.060 0.060% 0.0 1.0 0.060 0.059% 0.2 1.0 0.020 0.020% 2.0 1.0 0.020 0.020% 2.0 1.0 0.100 0.101% 1.0 1.0

13 Traceability of laboratory analysis [traceability to gas reference standard from NIST (SRM) or VSL (PRM) or other institute or NIST weight] 14 Special handling instructions 15 Comments
Note: For illustrative purposes the Certificate of Accuracy is shown as being one-sided. Your actual document will be two-sided.

13 14

Traceable To NIST

SPECIAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS


Do not use or store cylinder at or below the stated dew point temperature. Possible condensation of heavier components could result. In the event the cylinder has been exposed to temperatures at or below the dew point, place cylinder in heated area for 24 hours and then roll cylinder for 15 minutes to re-mix. Use of calibration standards at or below dew point temperature may result in calibration error.

COMMENTS

15

Z Factor = .9978 Key BTU 1 C6+ Split 47/36/17 BTU value based on a calculated split using the following respective ratios for C6/C7/C8: 47%/36%/17%

Air Liquide is also able to provide multiple units of measure and chromatograms with your certification.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

LuciMartens

Date: _________________________

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Moisture Standards

Moisture Standards H2O


Air Liquide, in conjunction with Spectra Sensors and COSA, developed a proprietary technology for the certification of moisture standards. Green cylinders, as they are known in the industry, are available in the balance gases listed below, as well as helium and others. The values are interlocked using independent measurements from the gravimetric addition and the analytical results, and must agree within 5%.
Cylinder Pressure ............... 2000 psig (138 bar)** Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. in CH4 ........................................................ 350 in N2 ........................................................... 580 DOT/TC Label in CH4 ............................................. Flammable in N2 ........................................... Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Vaporizing, Heated Regulator for CH4 ................ Model 41, Page 279 Two-Stage Heated Regulator for N2 ....... Model 211H, Please Inquire

in Methane
Contents Concentration 1 4 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 300 ppm > 300 ppm Size 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL CF 175 175 * * m3 5 5 * *

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 4 ppm 5 9.9 ppm 10 300 ppm > 300 ppm Size 30AL 30AL 30AL 30AL CF 140 140 * * m3 4 4 * *

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

* Cylinder contents will vary. ** Cylinder pressure varies for concentrations >200 ppm contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Efficiency, Safety and Environmental Preservation

Whatever your manufacturing process needs entail, Air Liquide supports you throughout your production chain, from raw materials storage and handling to end-products finishing and byproducts management. Over 100 years of experience enables us to develop innovative solutions that promote efficiency of your processes and help you achieve a competitive advantage in your marketplace. We also recognize that a safe, healthy environment leads to greater overall cost-effectiveness and higher quality manufacturing standards. Safety and preservation of the environment are among our highest values. We engineer solutions that are strictly compliant with all standards concerning these two issues while maintaining quality controls necessary to ensure the accuracy and purity levels for which our products are known.

Included in this section

Kill Gas Leak Detection Mixtures Lighting Gases Molten Aluminum Steel Heat Treatment Electronic and Optoelectronics Mixtures

PROCESS MIXTURES
Kill Gas for Plastics Manufacturing

Kill Gas
For Plastics Manufacturing
During plastic production, monomers polymerize to form long hydrocarbon chains through a continuous run. When a process upset occurs, the reaction must be stopped quickly to prevent the reactor from plugging with hardened plastics. For immediate termination of the reaction, kill gases are used. The chemical concentration of the kill gas depends on the polymer formed. Common kill gases are shown in the table below.

Recommended Manufacturing Applications


Petrochemical Polypropylene Polyethylene

Carbon Monoxide
Cylinder Pressure ............................................... * Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label .................................................. ** Recommended Equipment for CO in N2 Single-Stage Regulator ...... Model 228, Page 282 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309 Header Manifold .............. Model 8200, Page 310

Pure Carbon Monoxide


Grade CHEMGAZ 1 O2 < 10 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99% Contents Size 49 44 CF 236 175 m3 7 5 Pressure psig 2000 1660 bar 138 115 Weight lbs. 160 145 kg 73 66

Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-580 Q1-209A-580

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in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 2% 8% 10% 15% Size 44 44 44 44 CF 209 209 209 209 m3 6 6 6 6 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

* For pure CO, see table. For CO in N2, cylinder pressure and contents will vary. ** For pure CO, Poison Gas/Flammable Gas. For CO in N2, Nonflammable.

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Leak Detection

Leak Detection Mixtures


The below mixtures have unique properties that make them an excellent trace gas choice for use with instruments dedicated to the detection of the minor component.

Recommended Manufacturing Applications


Fuel Tanks (airplane and automotive) Automotive Compressors Freezer and Refrigerator Compressors Fire Extinguishers

Helium
Cylinder Pressure 49 ...................................... 2200 psig (152 bar) 44 and 7 ............................ 2000 psig (138 bar) LB ...................................... 1800 psig (124 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes .... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ...... Model 211B, Page 269 Model 318B, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 205B, Page 269 Model 3300B, Page 270

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 10% Size 49 44 7 LB CF 254 206 33 2 m3 7 6 0.9 0.1

Single-Certified Standards Certified Master Class

Sulfur Hexafluoride
Cylinder Pressure 49 ...................................... 2200 psig (152 bar) 44 and 7 ............................ 2000 psig (138 bar) LB ...................................... 1800 psig (124 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 590 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Other Available Sizes ....... SCOTTY Transportable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ...... Model 211B, Page 269 Model 318B, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 205B, Page 269 Model 3300B, Page 270

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 1 10% Size 49 44 7 LB CF 254 206 33 2 m3 7 6 0.9 0.1

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Lighting

Lighting Gases
Air Liquide manufactures pure gases and SCOTT rare gas mixtures with guaranteed accuracy for many lighting applications. Components of these mixtures are dependent on your specific lighting application. Please see below for typical components and balance gases. Many concentration ranges are available in a variety of cylinder sizes. Contact your Air Liquide representative to discuss your application.

Recommended Applications

Incandescent Fluorescent High-Density Discharge (HID) Lamps

Neon signs

Pure Gases
Specifications
Grade Argon ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49* 44* LB CF 336 255 2 m3 10 7 0.1 Pressure psig 2640 2265 1800 bar 182 156 124 Weight lbs. 177 158 4 kg 81 72 2 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 LB Regulator Q1-20B-580 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580

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Helium ALPHAGAZ 1 H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Krypton Research Plus Ar < 1 ppm CF4 < 0.5 ppm CO + CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Xe < 5 ppm Total Impurities < 10 ppm Neon Research Plus CH4 < 0.5 ppm CO < 1 ppm CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm He < 8 ppm Kr < 2 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm

99.999%**

49* 44*

291 223

8 6

2640 2265

182 156

146 135

67 61

270

99.999%

49 30AL 16AL 7AL 110

360 180 36 18 4

10 5 1 0.5 0.1

1819 2050 940 1238 1800

125 141 64 85 124

78 39 8 4 0.9

36 18 4 2 0.4

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180

270 275 299

99.999%

49 44 16AL 7AL 110

270 180 36 18 4

8 5 2 0.8 0.1

2000 2000 1200 1200 1800

138 138 83 83 124

14 9 2 0.9 0.2

6 4 0.9 0.4 0.1

Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-226-180

270 275 299

* Cylinder packs are available. Please see the Pures section of this catalog for more information. ** Excluding neon. For SCOTTY 110 cylinder.

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Lighting Gases continued


Pure Gases
Specifications
Grade Xenon Research Plus Ar < 1 ppm C2F6 < 0.1 ppm CF4 < 0.1 ppm CO + CO2 < 1 ppm H2 < 1 ppm H2O < 1 ppm Kr < 5 ppm N2 < 2 ppm O2 < 1 ppm SF6 < 0.1 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Total Impurities < 10 ppm Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 30AL 16AL 7AL 110 CF 360 180 36 18 2 m3 10 5 1 0.5 0.1 Pressure psig 1020 852 924 1240 795 bar 70 59 65 86 55 Weight lbs. 123 61 12 6 0.6 kg 56 28 6 3 0.3 Recommended Equipment Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-14C-580 Single-Stage Regulator Q1-3300B-580 Q1-226-180*

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SCOTT Gas Mixtures


Balance Gas Argon Components Methyl Bromide Methyl Iodide Neon Nitrogen Oxygen Methyl Bromide Methyl Iodide Methylene Bromide Nitrogen Phosphine Argon Helium Krypton Methyl Bromide Methylene Bromide Nitrogen Phosphine

Krypton

Neon

Xenon

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Molten Aluminum

Molten Aluminum
Air Liquide provides a wide array of specialty gases that are applied directly onto molten aluminum as small bubbles through a rotating porous plug to remove hydrogen, oxygen and alkalis from the aluminum. Chlorine mixtures are also available contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Pure Gases
ALPHAGAZ 1
Grade Argon H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm Nitrogen* H2O < 3 ppm O2 < 2 ppm THC < 0.5 ppm
* Excluding argon.

Recommended Equipment Purity (Minimum) 99.999% Contents Size 49 49 x 16 CF 336 5376 m3 10 152 Pressure psig 2640 2640 bar 182 182 Weight lbs. 177 3096 kg 81 1402 Description Model Number Two-Stage Regulator Q1-318B-580 Q1-211B-580 Q1-14C-580 Two-Stage Regulator Q1-211B-580 Q1-14C-580

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99.999%

49 49 x 16

304 4864

9 138

2640 2640

182 182

165 2900

75 1315

269 275

Sulfur Hexafluoride Mixtures


Cylinder Pressure .................. 1815 psig (125 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Argon
Contents Concentration 10% Size 49 CF 272 m3 8 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 10% Size 49 CF 272 m3 8 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

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Steel and Heat Treatment

Steel and Heat Treatment


Air Liquide engineers hydrogen gas mixtures in a variety of balances and packaging options. These mixtures are used specifically to modify the structure characteristics of steel, such as hardness and flexibility. Air Liquide has specialists dedicated to these processes that can help you with your application please inquire.

Hydrogen Mixtures
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ...................... 350 DOT/TC Label H2 5.4% ................................. Nonflammable H2 > 5.5% ....................................... Flammable Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator .... Model 3300, Page 270 Single-Station Manifold .... Model 8100, Page 309

in Argon
Contents Concentration 30% Size 49 CF 319 m3 9 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

in Nitrogen
Contents Concentration 5% 10% 30% Size 49 49 49 CF 306 306 306 m3 9 9 9 Master Class

Single-Certified Standards Certified Working Class

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Semiconductor and Optoelectronic

Semiconductor Process Gases


All mixtures are Certified Master Class see page 95 for SCOTT class specifications.

Arsine AsH3
Typically used for silicon semiconductor doping applications and photovoltaic film deposition where the N-type dopant property provided by arsine is desired.
Contents Concentration* 5 100 ppm Size 30AL CF 140 130 125 120 28 26 25 24 201 190 180 m3 4 4 4 3 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 6 5 5 Argon Helium Balance Gas Hydrogen Nitrogen

7AL

101 ppm 50%

44P

* Concentrations >10% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 1 year.

Diborane B2H6
Ideal for silicon semiconductor doping applications and photovoltaic film deposition where the P-type dopant property provided by boron is desired.
Contents Concentration* 5 500 ppm Size 30AL CF 140 130 125 120 28 26 25 24 270 245 230 201 190 180 m3 4 4 4 3 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 8 7 7 6 5 5 Argon Helium Balance Gas Hydrogen Nitrogen

7AL

501 ppm 5%

49NP

44NP

* Concentrations >5% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 6 months.

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Semiconductor Process Gases continued


Germane GeH4
Ideal for silicon semiconductor doping and photovoltaic film deposition applications.
Contents Concentration* 5 100 ppm Size 30AL CF 140 130 125 120 28 26 25 24 201 190 180 m3 4 4 4 3 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 6 5 5 Argon Helium Balance Gas Hydrogen Nitrogen

7AL

101 ppm 3%

44P

* Concentrations >3% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 1 year.

Phosphine PH3
Typically used for silicon semiconductor doping applications and photovoltaic film deposition where the N-type dopant property provided by phosphorus is desired.
Contents Concentration* 5 100 ppm Size 30AL CF 140 130 125 120 28 26 25 24 270 245 230 201 190 180 m3 4 4 4 3 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 8 7 7 6 5 5 Argon Helium Balance Gas Hydrogen Nitrogen

7AL

101 ppm 5%

49P

44P

* Concentrations >5% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 1 year.

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Silane SiH4
Ideal for silicon semiconductor and photovoltaic film deposition applications.
Contents Concentration* 5 100 ppm Size 30AL CF 150 140 133 30 28 27 26 210 208 200 196 m3 4 4 4 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 6 6 6 6 Argon Helium Balance Gas Hydrogen Nitrogen

7AL

101 ppm 50%

44P

* Concentrations >10% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 1 year.

Trimethylboron B(CH3)3
TMB mixtures are ideal for photovoltaic film deposition.
Contents Concentration* 2% 0.5% Size 49NP 49NP CF 200 200 m3 6 6 Hydrogen Balance Gas Silane

* Concentrations >2% may be at reduced pressure and contents. Please note: Shelf life is 1 year.

ASML Lens Gases


Air Liquide provides a complete selection of photolithography lens gas mixtures suitable for ASML and other photolithographic lens systems.
Contents Concentration 1.2% He (ASML Grade) 0.52% N2 (ASML Grade) 0.5% O2 (ASML Grade) Size 44P 44P 44P CF 230 217 215 m3 7 6 6 Helium Balance Gas Nitrogen

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Instrumentation Mixtures
ALPHAGAZ MIX

ALPHAGAZ mixtures are a dedicated range of instrumentation mixtures for major analytical techniques. This unique grade of products ensures optimum performance of laboratory equipment.

Included in this section

Electron Capture Flame Ionization Fuel Furnace Gas Nuclear Counter Spark Chamber Neon

INSTRUMENTATION MIXTURES
ALPHAGAZ MIX

Laboratory and Analysis Mixtures


Air Liquide offers our ALPHAGAZ MIX products that are routinely used for the operation of many different analytical instruments.

Electron Capture
Cylinder Pressure 49 ...................................... 2400 psig (165 bar) 44 ...................................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label 5% CH4/Ar ................................ Nonflammable 8.5% H2 /He .................................... Flammable Impurities Oxygen ............................................... < 5 ppm H2O .................................................... < 5 ppm Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator ..... Model 3300, Page 270

Specifications
Contents Concentration ALPHAGAZ MIX P-5 ECD* 5% Methane Balance: Argon 8.5% Hydrogen Balance: Helium
* Batch analyzed for halocarbons.

Size 49 44

CF 307 225

m3 9 6

ALPHAGAZ MIX

49 44

261 211

7 6

Flame Ionization Fuel


Cylinder Pressure 49 ...................................... 2400 psig (165 bar) 44 ...................................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label .................................... Flammable Impurities Oxygen ............................................... < 5 ppm H2O .................................................... < 5 ppm THC ................................................. < 0.5 ppm Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator ..... Model 3300, Page 270

Specifications
Contents Concentration ALPHAGAZ MIX N2 FID 40% Hydrogen 60% Nitrogen ALPHAGAZ MIX He FID 40% Hydrogen 60% Helium ALPHAGAZ MIX 1065* 39.6 40.4% Hydrogen Balance: Helium
* THC < 0.05 ppm. ** Not in Canada.

Size 49 44

CF 266 198

m3 8 6

ALPHAGAZ MIX

49 44 110 49 44 44 x 6**

259 192 3.9 259 192 1152

7 5

7 5 30

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Furnace Gas
Cylinder Pressure H2 in N2 ............................. 2000 psig (138 bar) CO and CO2 ...................... 1500 psig (103 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label < 4% H2/N2 ............................... Nonflammable > 4% H2/N2 .................................... Flammable 60% CO/40% CO2 .......................... Flammable Impurities Oxygen ............................................... < 5 ppm H2O .................................................... < 5 ppm Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator ..... Model 3300, Page 270

Specifications
Contents Concentration 0.1 to 10% Hydrogen Balance: Nitrogen 60% Carbon Monoxide 40% Carbon Dioxide Size 44 16 44 16 CF 200 67 185 62 m3 6 2 5 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX

Nuclear Counter
Cylinder Pressure 49 ...................................... 2400 psig (165 bar) 44 ...................................... 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 350 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Impurities Oxygen ............................................... < 5 ppm H2O .................................................... < 5 ppm Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator ..... Model 3300, Page 270

Specifications
Contents Concentration ALPHAGAZ MIX P-5 5% Methane Balance: Argon ALPHAGAZ MIX P-10 10% Methane Balance: Argon Geiger Flow Gas 0.95% Isobutane Balance: Helium Quench Gas (Q Gas) 1.3% n-Butane Balance: Helium 1.5% Propane Balance: Helium Size 49 44 CF 307 225 m3 9 6 ALPHAGAZ MIX

49 44

307 225

9 6

49 44

266 197

8 6

49 44

190 169

5 5

49 44

266 197

8 6

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Spark Chamber Neon
Cylinder Pressure .................. 2000 psig (138 bar) Cylinder Valve Outlet CGA No. ....................... 580 DOT/TC Label .............................. Nonflammable Impurities Oxygen ............................................... < 5 ppm H2O .................................................... < 5 ppm Recommended Equipment Two-Stage Regulator ......... Model 318, Page 270 Single-Stage Regulator ..... Model 3300, Page 270

Specifications
Contents Concentration 10% Helium Balance: Neon 20% Helium Balance: Neon Size 44 16 44 16 CF 200 67 206 67 m3 6 2 6 2 ALPHAGAZ MIX

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SCOTTY Brand Transportables


Convenient, Cost-Effective Calibration Gases

Now with products engineered expressly for Laboratory and Industrial Hygiene and Safety Applications. SCOTTY products are easy to select and purchase call 800.217.2688.

Included in this section

SCOTTY Cylinders SCOTTY Regulators Calibration Kits Industrial Hygiene and Safety Products Laboratory Products Pure Gases Two-Component Mixtures Three-Component Mixtures Multi-Component Mixtures

For VOC and TOC mixtures, including Method TO mixtures, see page 168. For Engine Emissions Testing (I/M Gases), see page 173.

SCOTTY TRANSPORTABLES
Introduction

Pure and Mixed Gases in

SCOTTY Transportable Cylinders


SCOTTY Transportables provide ultra-pure and high-accuracy calibration gases in a wide variety of nonreturnable cylinder sizes and volumes. Their high reliability and convenient size make them a cost-effective alternative to returnable, high-pressure cylinders whenever portability or limited gas quantities are needed. The nonrefillable, nonreturnable design of SCOTTYs provides substantial cost savings by eliminating cylinder rental and two-way shipping charges associated with refillable cylinders. Convenient cylinder sizes also allow you to purchase only the amount of gas your application requires. Moreover, SCOTTY Transportables minimize operating costs even further by enabling you to calibrate your measuring device quickly and accurately the first time. Recommended Applications

Industrial Hygiene and Safety Lab and Chromatography Instrument Support Quality Control Environmental Monitoring Toxic Organic Measurements Transformer Oil and Electrochemical Analysis

Better Accuracy Means Greater Safety and Reliability


Proven accuracy and dependability of SCOTTY Transportable products enable you to precisely calibrate any instrument or measuring device without error. This ensures precise measurement in the most demanding laboratory applications as well as a safer working environment in industrial hygiene and safety applications. It also helps ensure compliance with environmental monitoring regulations. SCOTTY gas mixtures are extremely stable, preventing troublesome situations such as false positive readings on ambient area monitors.

ACULIFE Treatment Increases Stability for Longer Shelf Life


Mixtures that are inherently less stable, due to chemical characteristics of the components contained, are provided in aluminum cylinders treated with our exclusive ACULIFE cylinder inerting processes. These SCOTTY cylinders improve stability so that mixtures are guaranteed to be stable for up to 12 months from the date of shipment, within the specified limits of accuracy. See page 84 for more information about ACULIFE. Use of regulators constructed of materials that are compatible with the mixtures are necessary for our guarantee to apply. Air Liquide offers SCOTTY regulators that will help protect the purity and accuracy of SCOTTY products (see page 217).

Features of SCOTTY Transportable Products

SCOTTY Express
Need your calibration gas in a hurry? Certain SCOTTY products are available for rush shipments. Although these products are usually in stock, there may be instances where certain products are not available via SCOTTY Express service. SCOTTY Express products are indicated on the product tables of this section. Contact your Air Liquide representative if you require immediate assistance on nonexpress products.

Calibration solutions for all types of applications. No cylinder demurrage or rental expense. Reduced shipping costs. Go-anywhere portability. Guaranteed accuracy and long-term stability. High-quality SCOTTY accessory equipment available.

Convenience and Innovation


When working in a confined space or climbing the outside of a storage tank, SCOTTYs provide go-anywhere portability. They fit conveniently into most popular test packs and cases. Our exclusive two-cylinder SCOTTY hardcase is also available. Our dedicated Research and Development team continually develops new products to meet the changing needs of industry. Regardless of your application, you can depend on Air Liquide for the most extensive offering of portable pure and mixed gases available anywhere.

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Cylinder Specifications

Cylinder Specifications
SCOTTY Transportables
Specifications SCOTTY 4** Gas Volume: 4 Liters (0.14 CF) Water Volume: 0.49 Liters Pressure: 120 psig (8 bar) Outlet Fitting: Aerosol-type push button with applicator tube Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 0.2 lbs. (approximately 100 grams) Dimensions: 2-1/3" x 8" (63.5 mm x 203.2 mm) DOT Specs: 2Q Minimum Order Quantity: 6 cylinders SCOTTY 11 Gas Volume: 11 Liters (0.39 CF) Water Volume: 1.123 Liters Pressure: 144 psig (10 bar) Outlet Fitting: Aerosol-type push button with 1/4" diameter outlet Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 0.3 lbs. (0.1 kg) Dimensions: 3" x 11" (76.2 mm x 279.4 mm) DOT Specs: DOT 2Q Minimum Order Quantity: 6 cylinders SCOTTY 14** Gas Volume: 14 Liters (0.5 CF) Water Volume: 0.858 Liters Pressure: 240 psig (17 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 160 1/8" NPT Female Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 1.5 lbs. (0.7 kg) Dimensions: 3" x 11" (76.2 mm x 279.4 mm) DOT Specs: 4B240 Recommended Equipment: Model 14 or 24 regulators (see page 217) SCOTTY 17 Gas Volume: 17 Liters (0.6 CF) Water Volume: 1.041 Liters Pressure: 240 psig (17 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 600 Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 1.1 lbs. (0.5 kg) Dimensions: 3" x 10-1/4" (76.2 mm x 260.3 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14DFR, 27D, 261 or 262 regulators (see page 217)
* With self-actuating valve. ** Not TC approved. Manual on/off valve is available on request, see page 217.

SCOTTY Transportables
Specifications SCOTTY 34 Gas Volume: 34 Liters (1.2 CF) Water Volume: 1.0 Liter Pressure: 500 psig (34 bar) Outlet Fitting: C-10 5/8" 18 UNF standard* Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 0.8 lbs. (0.4 kg) Dimensions: 2-7/8" x 11-1/2" (73 mm x 292.1 mm)* 2-7/8" x 12-1/4" (73 mm x 311.1 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14DFR, 27B, or 38 regulators (see page 217) SCOTTY 35 Gas Volume: 35 Liters (1.2 CF) Water Volume: 0.999 Liters Pressure: 515 psig (36 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 600 Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 1.3 lbs. (0.6 kg) Dimensions: 3" x 11" (76.2 mm x 279.4 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14DFR or 27D regulators (see page 217) SCOTTY 48 Gas Volume: 48 Liters (1.7 CF) Water Volume: 2.352 Liters Pressure: 300 psig (21 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 165 Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 1.75 lbs. (0.8 kg) Dimensions: 4" x 16-1/4" (101.6 mm x 412.8 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 226 regulator for corrosive gas service and Model 14 or 24 regulators for noncorrosive gas service (see page 217)

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Cylinder Specifications continued


SCOTTY Transportables
Specifications SCOTTY 58 Gas Volume: 58 Liters (2 CF) Water Volume: 1.705 Liters Pressure: 500 psig (34 bar) Outlet Fitting: C-10 5/8" 18 UNF standard* Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 0.8 lbs. (0.4 kg) Dimensions: 3-1/2" x 13-1/2" (88.9 mm x 342.9 mm)* 3-1/2" x 15-1/4" (88.9 mm x 387.4 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14DFR, 27B, or 38 regulator (see page 217) SCOTTY 74 Gas Volume: 74 Liters (2.6 CF) Water Volume: 2.266 Liters Pressure: 480 psig (33 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 170 (aluminum diaphragm packless valves with stainless steel diaphragms) Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 1.75 lbs. (0.8 kg) Dimensions: 4" x 16-1/4" (101.6 mm x 412.8 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 226 regulator (see page 217) SCOTTY 105 Gas Volume: 105 Liters (3.6 CF) Water Volume: 1.544 Liters Pressure: 1000 psig (70 bar) Outlet Fitting: C-10 5/8" 18 UNF standard Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 2.3 lbs. (1 kg) Dimensions: 3-1/4" x 13-3/4" (82.6 mm x 349.2 mm) DOT Specs: SP-10788 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14DFR or 27B regulators (see page 217) SCOTTY 110 Gas Volume: 110 Liters (3.9 CF) Water Volume: 0.898 Liters Pressure: 1800 psig (124 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 180 Material of Construction: Aluminum Weight: 2.2 lbs. (1 kg) Dimensions: 3-1/4" x 11-5/8" (82.6 mm x 295.3 mm) DOT Specs: 3AL2216 Recommended Equipment: Model 226 regulator (see page 217)
* With self-actuating valve. Manual on/off valve is available on request

SCOTTY Transportables
Specifications SCOTTY 221 Gas Volume: 221 Liters (8 CF) Water Volume: 12.495 Liters Pressure: 260 psig (18 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA 165 1/4" SAE Flare 45 Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 6.3 lbs. (2.8 kg) Dimensions: 9" x 16-1/2" (228.6 mm x 419.1 mm) DOT Specs: 39 NRC Recommended Equipment: Model 14 or 24 regulators (see page 217) SCOTTY ED Gas Volume: 560 Liters (8 CF) Water Volume: 3.742 Liters Pressure: 2200 psig (152 bar) Outlet Fitting: CGA (component dependent) Material of Construction: Steel Weight: 13 lbs. (5.9 kg) Dimensions: 4" x 23" (102 mm x 584 mm) DOT Specs: SP-11323 Recommended Equipment: Model 14 regulator (see page 217)

Choice of Valves
SCOTTY 34 and 58 liter cylinders are standard with a self-actuating valve that should be used in combination with a regulator equipped with a built-in on/off valve (Model 27B or 38B). As an option, choose our exclusive manual on/off valve to prevent any possibility of back diffusion into the cylinder when using a regulator that is not equipped with a built-in on/off valve. Add an M to the end of your product number to order the manual valve. See page 217 or visit scottgas.com for more about our SCOTTY regulators.

Self-Actuating (Standard)

Manual On/Off (Optional)

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Recommended Regulators
For use with SCOTTY Transportable Cylinders
Specifications Model 14 Two-stage, high-purity noncorrosive service Low internal dead volume minimizes purge time Excellent for diffusion resistance Model 14DFR Two-stage, demand flow noncorrosive service For instrumentation using a pump to draw gas Economical design; no bags or flowmeters needed Model 24 Single-stage, general purpose noncorrosive service Nonrelieving with locking control knob Delivery pressure can be preset Model 27 Single-stage, nickel-plated brass, piston-type noncorrosive service Integral inlet and outlet fittings Cylinder pressure gauge and preset delivery pressure Model 38 Single-stage, stainless steel, piston-type, corrosive service Integral inlet and outlet fittings Cylinder pressure gauge and preset delivery pressure Model 226 Single-stage, corrosive service Delivery or cylinder pressure gauge Sintered filter and Elgiloy diaphragm Model 261 Single-stage, general purpose, noncorrosive service Built-in CGA 600 Integral on/off valve Model 262 Single-stage, noncorrosive service Built-in CGA 600 Compact size and light weight
Model 226

Cylinder Size

Delivery Pressure Range or Flowrate Model Number psig bar

14, 48, 221, ED

Q1-14A-160 (or 165)

1 10

0.1 0.7

Model 14

34, 58, 105 17, 35

Q1-14DFR-C10 Q1-14DFR-600

0 3 LPM 0 3 LPM

Model 24

Model 27

14, 48, 221

Q1-24AV-160 (or 165) Q1-24BV-160 (or 165) Q1-24CV-160 (or 165)

1 10 2 25 5 50

0.1 0.7 0.1 2 0.3 4

34, 58, 105 17, 35


Model 38

Q1-27B-C10 (with on/off valve) Q1-27D-600

300 mL/min 300 mL/min

34, 58

Q1-38B-C10 (with on/off valve)

300 mL/min

48, 74 110

Q1-226AD-165 (or 170) Q1-226CD-165 (or 170) Q1-226AS-180

1 25 3 100 1 25

0.1 2 0.2 7 0.1 2

17
Model 261

Q1-261AG-3-600 (with gauge)

300 mL/min

17

Q1-262A-600

1 25

0.1 2

For additional specifications for these regulators, see the Equipment Section of this book or contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Portable SCOTTY Calibration Kits


Successful field calibrations demand the quality, durability and convenience of a SCOTTY calibration kit. Whether it is confined space entry, fugitive emissions or other toxic gas monitoring, Air Liquide has a portable calibration kit to fit your needs. Different combinations of cylinders and regulators provide a diverse product selection to meet the various calibration demands of instruments. When you order a SCOTTY calibration kit you receive the most versatile kit available in the market and you also get a highly cost-effective calibration solution. Every calibration kit is available with an optional zero air or 99.99% nitrogen matching support cylinder, as well as three feet of flexible Tygon tubing. Calibration kits can be customized to your needs, at no additional cost, by replacing the listed gas mixture with one of similar composition from over 500 standard mixes. Kits are also available with custom gas mixtures. Contact your Air Liquide representative or visit our website for more information.
SCOTTY Transportable Hardcase

Calibration Kits
Concentration Two-Component 20 ppm CO in Air 20 ppm CO in Air 10 ppm Cl2 in N2 25 ppm H2S in N2 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4 in Air 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4 in Air 25 ppm NO in N2 0.4% O2 in N2 8% O2 in N2 1% Propane in Air Three-Component 60% LEL C5H12 and 15% O2 in N2 Four-Component 50 ppm CO, 25 ppm H2S, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4 in Air 50 ppm CO, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4, 12% O2 in N2 50 ppm CO, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4, 20.9% O2 in N2 Five-Component 50 ppm CO, 25 ppm H2S, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4, 18% O2 in N2 50 ppm CO, 25 ppm H2S, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4, 12% O2 in N2 500 ppm CO, 40 ppm H2S, 50% LEL (2.5%V) CH4, 20.9% O2 in N2 Calibration Gas Product Number Cylinder Volume

Kit Product Number Regulator

Accessories Manual Valve Case

64-O-105 64-O-17 261-O-58 251-O-58 86-O-105 86-O-17 254-O-58 707-O-105 708-O-105 53-O-17

105L 17L 58L 58L 105L 17L 58L 105L 105L 17L

CK16 CK15 CK45 CK14 CK11 CK12 CK48 CK66* CK66* CK13

27B 262 38B 38B 27B 262 38B 27B 27B 262

40AH

40AH

40AH

Hardcase Attach Hardcase Hardcase Hardcase Attach Hardcase Hardcase Hardcase Attach

310-O-17

17L

CK21

262

40AH

Attach

409-O-58 410-O-105 405-O-105

58L 105L 105L

CK46 CK32 CK51

38B 27B 27B

Hardcase Hardcase Hardcase

C506777-O-58 504-O-58 502-O-58

58L 58L 58L

CK52 CK50 CK47

38B 38B 38B

Hardcase Hardcase Hardcase

* Kit contains two cylinders with concentrations of 0.4% O2 in N2 and 8% O2 in N2. Please note: Calibration kits come standard with one cylinder unless noted otherwise. Two cylinders are available contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Industrial Hygiene and Safety Applications

Industrial Hygiene and Safety Applications


Choose from our extensive selection of SCOTTY products engineered expressly for use in typical industrial hygiene and safety applications. Product accuracy is based on the lowest concentration of the minor component in the mixture as follows: Concentration < 25 ppm 25 300 ppm > 300 ppm Blend Tolerance Analytical Accuracy 20% 10% 10% 5% 5% 2%
Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L
ALUM

Two-Component Gases
Description Acetylene in Air 25% LEL (0.63%V) 50% LEL (1.25%V) PR: 902 psig Ammonia in Air 25 ppm 50 ppm Ammonia in N2 10 ppm 25 ppm 50 ppm 150 ppm 300 ppm Benzene in Air 5 ppm 100 ppm 1,3-Butadiene in N2 5 ppm n-Butane in Air 25% LEL (0.45%V) 50% LEL (0.9%V) Carbon Dioxide in Air 250 ppm 300 ppm 1000 ppm 2000 ppm 5000 ppm 1% 2.5% Carbon Dioxide in N2 100 ppm 250 ppm 400 ppm 500 ppm

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

Product Number

A200859-O-(*) A200855-O-(*)

291-O-(*) 292-O-(*)

A200857-O-(*) A200360-O-(*) A200160-O-(*) A200849-O-(*) A200847-O-(*)

239-O-(*) 242-O-(*)

B200558-O-(*)

B200040-O-(*) B200043-O-(*)

C203843-O-(*) 262-O-(*) 233-O-(*) 858-O-(*) C200140-O-(*) 87704-O-(*) 877-O-(*)

205-O-(*) C203831-O-(*) 46-O-(*) 41-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping).

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Industrial Hygiene and Safety Applications continued


Two-Component Gases
Description Carbon Dioxide in N2 (continued) 800 ppm 1000 ppm 2000 ppm 5000 ppm 0.8% 1% 1.6% 2.5% 3% 4% 4.5% 5% 15% Carbon Monoxide in Air 5 ppm 10 ppm 15 ppm 20 ppm 25 ppm 35 ppm 40 ppm 50 ppm 60 ppm 75 ppm 95 ppm 100 ppm 150 ppm 200 ppm 250 ppm 300 ppm 400 ppm 500 ppm 1000 ppm 3500 ppm 5000 ppm Carbon Monoxide in N2 10 ppm 25 ppm 35 ppm 50 ppm 100 ppm 200 ppm 1000 ppm 5000 ppm 2.5% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
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221L
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ALUM

Product Number

C203015-O-(*) 498-O-(*) C200015-O-(*) C200129-O-(*) 54801-O-(*) 548-O-(*) C201895-O-(*) C201525-O-(*) 54802-O-(*) C201435-O-(*) C203845-O-(*) 93-O-(*) 58-O-(*)

69-O-(*) 66-O-(*) C200062-O-(*) 64-O-(*) 601-O-(*) 00001-O-(*) 67-O-(*) 602-O-(*) 118-O-(*) C200023-O-(*) 209-O-(*) 68-O-(*) 277-O-(*) 6303-O-(*) 604-O-(*) 119-O-(*) C201535-O-(*) 605-O-(*) 607-O-(*) C203846-O-(*) C201606-O -(*)

286-O-(*) C200050-O-(*) C203839-O-(*) 268-O-(*) 214-O-(*) 284-O-(*) 288-O-(*) 225-O-(*) C203295-O-(*)

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Chlorine in N2 2 ppm 3 ppm 5 ppm 10 ppm 20 ppm 30 ppm 50 ppm 100 ppm Ethane in Air 50% LEL (1.5%V) Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
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34L
ALUM

35L
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58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

C202865-O-(*) C203505-O-(*) 309-O-(*) 261-O-(*) C203809-O-(*) C202965-O-(*) C203841-O-(*) C203779-O-(*)

PR: 680 psig

E200120-O-(*)

Ethylene in Air 43% LEL (1.16%V) PR: 868 psig 50% LEL (1.35%V) PR: 796 psig Halocarbon 11 in N2 100 ppm Halocarbon 12 in Air 2000 ppm Halocarbon 12 in N2 100 ppm Halocarbon 22 in Air 100 ppm 2000 ppm Halocarbon 22 in N2 10 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm Halocarbon 113 in N2 100 ppm Halocarbon 114 in N2 30 ppm Halocarbon 123 in N2 30 ppm 50 ppm 100 ppm

00002-O-(*) 84-O-(*)

H203481-O-(*)

D200593-O-(*)

D200594-O-(*)

H201973-O-(*) C203827-O-(*)

H201703-O-(*) H203210-O-(*) H202303-O-(*)

T200963-O-(*)

D200586-O-(*)

H202653-O-(*) H203514-O-(*) H203220-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping).

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Two-Component Gases
Description Halocarbon 134a in N2 30 ppm 100 ppm Helium in N2 31% n-Heptane in Air 800 ppm n-Hexane in Air 400 ppm 500 ppm 25% LEL (0.3%V) PR: 263 psig 40% LEL (0.48%V) PR: 165 psig Hydrogen in Air 100 ppm 500 ppm 1000 ppm 1.2% 1.6% 20% LEL (0.8%V) 25% LEL (1%V) 50% LEL (2%V) Hydrogen in N2 100 ppm 500 ppm 1000 ppm Hydrogen Chloride in N2 10 ppm 20 ppm 25 ppm Hydrogen Cyanide in N2 10 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in Air 10 ppm 20 ppm 25 ppm 40 ppm 50 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in CH4 10 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

H203512-O-(*) H202153-O-(*)

H202453-O-(*)

N203077-O-(*)

282-O-(*) 150-O-(*) N200692-O-(*) 00003-O-(*)

00004-O-(*) H200030-O-(*) 00005-O-(*) H203556-O-(*) H203380-O-(*) 369-O-(*) 88-O-(*) 85-O-(*)

210-O-(*) H200080-O-(*) H201150-O-(*)

H202083-O-(*) H202057-O-(*) H203549-O-(*)

H203480-O-(*)

** **

H200091-O-(*) H200090-O-(*) 270-O-(*) 00006-O-(*) 00007-O-(*)

H203559-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. ** Hydrogen sulfide mixtures in 11L cylinders are intended for bump gas use only. Air Liquide cannot guarantee the accuracy of these mixtures in this cylinder type. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Hydrogen Sulfide in N2 5 ppm 10 ppm 15 ppm 20 ppm 25 ppm 35 ppm 40 ppm 50 ppm 90 ppm 100 ppm 125 ppm 1000 ppm Isobutane in Air 10 ppm Isobutylene in Air 50 ppm 100 ppm 200 ppm 225 ppm 1000 ppm Methane in Air 50 ppm 100 ppm 500 ppm 9500 ppm 10% LEL (0.5%V) 20% LEL (1%V) 25% LEL (1.25%V) 30% LEL (1.5%V) 40% LEL (2%V) 50% LEL (2.5%V) 60% LEL (3%V) PR: 750 psig 65% LEL (3.25%V) PR: 700 psig Methane in N2 10 ppm 1000 ppm 2% 10% 50%V Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

**

** ** ** **

H200005-O-(*) 260-O-(*) H203491-O-(*) H200043-O-(*) 251-O-(*) H202793-O-(*) 265-O-(*) 294-O-(*) H200011-O-(*) 295-O-(*) H200013-O-(*) H200044-O-(*)

I200567-O-(*)

702-O-(*) 703-O-(*) I200011-O-(*) I200006-O-(*) 704-O-(*)

705-O-(*) 00008-O-(*) 263-O-(*) M200002-O-(*) 00009-O-(*) 31-O-(*) 89-O-(*) 37-O-(*) 36-O-(*) 86-O-(*) 8602-O-(*) M201731-O-(*)

866-O-(*) 868-O-(*) M201180-O-(*) 876-O-(*) 00010-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. ** Hydrogen sulfide mixtures in 11L cylinders are intended for bump gas use only. Air Liquide cannot guarantee the accuracy of these mixtures in this cylinder type. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Methyl Chloride in Air 200 ppm 300 ppm Nitric Oxide in O2-Free N2 10 ppm 25 ppm 50 ppm 200 ppm 1000 ppm Nitrogen Dioxide in Air 5 ppm 10 ppm 25 ppm 100 ppm Nitrogen Dioxide in N2 5 ppm 10 ppm 25 ppm 100 ppm Nitrous Oxide in N2 100 ppm Oxygen in N2 4000 ppm 8000 ppm 1% 2% 4% 5% 8% 10% 12% 15% 16% 17% 18% 18.5% 19% 19.5% 20% 20.8% 20.9% 21% 23.5% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

M202477-O-(*) M202482-O-(*)

00011-O-(*) 00012-O-(*) N200351-O-(*) N200048-O-(*) 037-O-(*)

00013-O-(*) 300-O-(*) 301-O-(*) N200460-O-(*)

00014-O-(*) 00015-O-(*) N200133-O-(*) N200134-O-(*)

448-O-(*)

707-O-(*) O200005-O-(*) 486-O-(*) 94-O-(*) O200020-O-(*) 886-O-(*) 708-O-(*) 488-O-(*) O200296-O-(*) O200014-O-(*) O200013-O-(*) O200015-O-(*) O200017-O-(*) O200788-O-(*) 299-O-(*) O200486-O-(*) 308-O-(*) O200908-O-(*) O200025-O-(*) O200026-O-(*) O200638-O-(*)

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description n-Pentane in Air 0.14% 0.17% 0.39% 25% LEL (0.35%V) PR: 910 psig 50% LEL (0.7%V) PR: 455 psig 54% LEL (0.76%V) PR: 419 psig Phosphine in N2 0.5 ppm 5 ppm Propane in Air 1000 ppm 0.57% 1.5% 10% LEL (0.21%V) 20% LEL (0.42%V) 25% LEL (0.53%V) 26% LEL (0.55%V) 30% LEL (0.63%V) 35% LEL (0.74%V) 45% LEL (0.95%V) PR: 712 psig 50% LEL (1.05%V) PR: 696 psig 68% LEL (1.43%V) PR: 544 psig Propylene in Air 50% LEL (1%V) Sulfur Dioxide in Air 5 ppm 10 ppm 50 ppm Sulfur Dioxide in N2 5 ppm 10 ppm 20 ppm 25 ppm 35 ppm 200 ppm 1000 ppm Toluene in Air 100 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

P200303-O-(*) N203087-O-(*) N203086-O-(*) 281-O-(*) 00016-O-(*) N203072-O-(*)

P200005-O-(*) P201151-O-(*)

P200026-O-(*) P200629-O-(*) P200036-O-(*) 00017-O-(*) P200023-O-(*) P200002-O-(*) P200919-O-(*) 00018-O-(*) 00019-O-(*) 00020-O-(*) 00022-O-(*) P201163-O-(*)

PR: 608 psig

274-O-(*)

S200130-O-(*) 400-O-(*) 402-O-(*)

S200001-O-(*) S200006-O-(*) S200009-O-(*) S200008-O-(*) S200474-O-(*) S200000-O-(*) S200007-O-(*)

00023-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Three-Component Gases
Description n-Butane and Carbon Dioxide in N2 C4H10 CO2 8% 15% Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide in Air CO CO2 1000 ppm 35 ppm Carbon Monoxide and n-Hexane in N2 CO C6H14 100 ppm 0.42% Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen in N2 CO H2 20 ppm 60 ppm Carbon Monoxide and Methane in Air CO CH4 50 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 100 ppm 20% LEL (1%V) 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 200 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) Carbon Monoxide and Methane in N2 CO CH4 1000 ppm 1% 8% 5.7% Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen in N2 CO O2 10 ppm 20.9% 20 ppm 20.9% Carbon Monoxide and Propane in Air CO C3H8 50 ppm 50% LEL (1.05%V) Carbon Monoxide and Propane in N2 CO C3H8 50 ppm 1.05% n-Hexane and Oxygen in N2 C6H14 O2 25% LEL (0.3%V) 12% 25% LEL (0.3%V) 19% Hydrogen and Oxygen in N2 H2 O2 25% LEL (1%V) 15% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

2146-O-(*)

00024-O-(*)

[PR] 188

C303095-O-(*)

C303041-O-(*)

305-O-(*) C300592-O-(*) 00027-O-(*) 00028-O-(*)

C302554-O-(*) 306-O-(*)

C300305-O-(*) C300304-O-(*)

[PR] 652

C301304-O-(*)

C303093-O-(*)

[PR] 263 263

N300523-O-(*) N300524-O-(*)

H300453-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping). SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Three-Component Gases
Description Hydrogen Sulfide and Methane in Air H2S CH4 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) Hydrogen Sulfide and Oxygen in N2 H2S O2 25 ppm 19% Hydrogen Sulfide and n-Pentane in Air C5H12 H2S 25 ppm 30% LEL (0.42%V) 25 ppm 50% LEL (0.7%V) Methane and Oxygen in N2 CH4 O2 1000 ppm 20.9% 1.5% 18.5% 1.5% 19.5% 2.5% 20% 20% LEL (1%V) 19% 29% LEL (1.45%V) 15% 50% LEL (2.5%V) 17% 50% LEL (2.5%V) 20.9% n-Pentane and Oxygen in N2 C5H12 O2 25% LEL (0.35%V) 15% 50% LEL (0.7%V) 15% 60% LEL (0.84%V) 15% Propane and Oxygen in N2 C3H8 O2 10% LEL (0.21%V) 20.9% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
STEEL

34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
STEEL

ALUM

Product Number

272-O-(*)

H300092-O-(*)

[PR] 455 H300485-O-(*) 710-O-(*)

M300180-O-(*) M300013-O-(*) M300041-O-(*) M300291-O-(*) M300011-O-(*) M300018-O-(*) 303-O-(*) M300016-O-(*)

[PR] 910 455 379

205701-O-(*) O300010-O-(*) 310-O-(*)

O300061-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping).

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Four-Component Gases
Description Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide and Methane in Air CO H2S CH4 50 ppm 10 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 200 ppm 10 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 200 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide and n-Pentane in Air CO H2S C5H12 100 ppm 25 ppm 32% LEL (0.45%V) Carbon Monoxide, Methane and Oxygen in N2 CO CH4 O2 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 21% 25 ppm 20% LEL (1.0%V) 20.9% 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 20.9% 40 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 18% 50 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 17% 50 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 19% 50 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 12% 50 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 20.9% 60 ppm 29% LEL (1.45%V) 15% 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 16% 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 17% 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 20.8% 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 21% 100 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 19% 175 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 18.5% 200 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 19% 250 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 17% Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen and n-Pentane in N2 CO O2 C5H12 35 ppm 18% 10% LEL (0.15%V) 60 ppm 15% 50% LEL (0.7%V) 100 ppm 19% 50% LEL (0.7%V) 100 ppm 19% 25% LEL (0.35%V) Hydrogen Sulfide, Methane and Oxygen in N2 H2S CH4 O2 10 ppm 29% LEL (1.45%V) 15% 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 19% Hydrogen Sulfide, Oxygen and n-Pentane in N2 H2S O2 C5H12 10 ppm 15% 58% LEL (0.81%V) 25 ppm 19% 25% LEL (0.35%V) Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
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34L
ALUM

35L
STEEL

58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
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ALUM

Product Number

409-O-(*) C400982-O-(*) C410612-O-(*) C410112-O-(*) C400805-O-(*)

C410697-O-(*)

404-O-(*) 00029-O-(*) C410092-O-(*) C400044-O-(*) 405-O-(*) C410698-O-(*) 410-O-(*) C409007-O-(*) C400812-O-(*) 406-O-(*) C406672-O-(*) C409026-O-(*) C407092-O-(*) C400040-O-(*) 407-O-(*) C407096-O-(*) C400041-O-(*)

[PR] 473 473 910 C410699-O-(*) 4411-O-(*) C410700-O-(*) C400030-O-(*)

H400104-O-(*) H400679-O-(*)

[PR] 379

H400678-O-(*) H400625-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping).

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Five-Component Gases
Description Carbon Monoxide, n-Hexane, Hydrogen Sulfide and Oxygen in N2 CO C6H14 H2S O2 50 ppm 50% LEL (0.6%V) 25 ppm 12% 50 ppm 15% LEL (0.18%V) 25 ppm 12% 50 ppm 10% LEL (0.12%V) 25 ppm 12% Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, Methane and Oxygen in N2 CO H2S CH4 35 ppm 10 ppm 10% LEL (0.5%V) 50 ppm 10 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 10 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 20 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 32% LEL (1.62%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 65 ppm 25 ppm 30% LEL (1.5%V) 95 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 95 ppm 25 ppm 30% LEL (1.5%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 200 ppm 25 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 300 ppm 10 ppm 29% LEL (1.45%V) 300 ppm 10 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) 300 ppm 10 ppm 30% LEL (1.5%V) 500 ppm 40 ppm 50% LEL (2.5%V) Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 11L

17L
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34L
ALUM

35L
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58L
ALUM

105L
STEEL

221L
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ALUM

Product Number

[PR] 150

C506912-O-(*) C506913-O-(*) C506914-O-(*)

O2 18% 20.9% 21% 21% 12% 18% 18% 19% 20.9% 18.5% 18% 18% 18% 19% 20.9% 21% 15% 15% 15% 15% 20.9%

C50007-O-(*) C506926-O-(*) C506920-O-(*) 541-O-(*) 504-O-(*) C506777-O-(*) C506907-O-(*) C506915-O-(*) C506873-O-(*) C506916-O-(*) C506918-O-(*) C505993-O-(*) C506745-O-(*) C506917-O-(*) C506776-O-(*) C506919-O-(*) C506778-O-(*) C500390-O-(*) C506779-O-(*) C506893-O-(*) 502-O-(*)

Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, Oxygen and n-Pentane in N2 CO H2S O2 C5H12 35 ppm 10 ppm 18% 10% LEL (0.14%V) 35 ppm 10 ppm 18% 50% LEL (0.7%V) 50 ppm 10 ppm 18% 10% LEL (0.14%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 18% 50% LEL (0.7%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 19% 25% LEL (0.35%V) Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulfide, Oxygen and Propane in N2 CO H2S O2 C3H8 50 ppm 25 ppm 18% 50% LEL (1.05%V) 50 ppm 25 ppm 19% 50% LEL (1.05%V) 100 ppm 25 ppm 21% 50% LEL (1.05%V)

[PR] 455 455 C500410-O-(*) C506896-O-(*) C500540-O-(*) C506922-O-(*) C500700-O-(*)

C500424-O-(*) C506895-O-(*) C506894-O-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in Air in an 11L cylinder, the part number will be 31-O-11. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. (No express shipping).

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Choose from our extensive selection of SCOTTY products engineered expressly for use in chromatography and other typical laboratory applications. They include pure gases and simple mixed gases as well as highly complex multi-component mixtures. Custom blends are also available. Actual concentration value and analytical accuracy are reported on each cylinder label and Certificates of Analysis are provided. All certificates are also available online at scottycerts.com. SCOTTY laboratory products offer uncompromising accuracy and performance in your choice of popular cylinder sizes.
Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) 4L Purity

Pure Gases (1)


Description Air, HC-Free THC < 0.1 ppm Air, Zero THC < 1 ppm Argon Carbon Dioxide, Bone Dry PR: 454 psig Ethane PR: 307 psig Ethylene Helium THC < 0.5 ppm Hydrogen Methane Nitrogen, Zero THC < 0.5 ppm Nitrogen, High-Purity Nitrous Oxide Oxygen THC < 0.5 ppm Propane PR: 62 psig Propylene PR: 76 psig Sulfur Hexafluoride PR: 325 psig 99.995%

11L
ALUM

14L
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48L
ALUM

105L
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221L
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117-(*)

100-(*) 104-(*)

99.8%

105-(*)

99% 99.5% N/A N/A

113-(*) 114-(*)

99.995% 99.99% 99% N/A N/A

103-(*) 108-(*) 109-(*)

N/A N/A

99.998% 99.99% 99%

279-(*) 102-(*) 106-(*)

N/A

99.6%

101-(*)

99.5%

111-(*)

99%

115-(*)

99.8%

116-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. ((No express shipping). (1) Other pure products are available in lecture bottles see the Pures section of this catalog for more information. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Acetylene in He 100 ppm Acetylene in N2 10 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm Ammonia in N2 25 ppm 50 ppm Argon in H2 5% Benzene in Air 1 ppm 10 ppm 1,3-Butadiene in N2 10 ppm n-Butane in He 1000 ppm 10% n-Butane in N2 1% 1-Butene in N2 1000 ppm cis-2-Butene in N2 1% trans-2-Butene in N2 1% Carbon Dioxide in Air 300 ppm 1000 ppm 2000 ppm 2.5% Carbon Dioxide in Ar 5% 25% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
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17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5%

N/A

247-(*)

5% 5% 2%

N/A N/A N/A

246-(*) 248-(*) 232-(*)

5% 5%

A200360-(*) A200160-(*)

2%

A200210-(*)

5% 5%

238-(*) 240-(*)

5%

250-(*)

PR: 134 psig

2% 2%

5555-(*) 5558-(*)

2%

5557-(*)

2%

25-(*)

2%

19-(*)

2%

20-(*)

2% 2% 2% 2%

262-(*) 233-(*) 858-(*) 877-(*)

2% 2%

C200960-(*) C200710-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Carbon Dioxide in CH4 40% Carbon Dioxide in He 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% Carbon Dioxide in N2 100 ppm 300 ppm 500 ppm 1000 ppm 1600 ppm 1% 5% 10% Carbon Dioxide in O2 5% Carbon Monoxide in Air 0.5 ppm 10 ppm 25 ppm 50 ppm 100 ppm 250 ppm 500 ppm 1000 ppm Carbon Monoxide in He 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% Carbon Monoxide in N2 50 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% 3% 4.5% Chlorine in N2 5 ppm 10 ppm 900 ppm** Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


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STEEL

Product Number

2%

C201010-(*)

5% 2% 2%

206-(*) 497-(*) 499-(*)

5% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2%

205-(*) 40-(*) 41-(*) 498-(*) C201275-(*) 548-(*) 93-(*) 56-(*)

2%

C200731-(*)

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 2% 2% 2%

269-(*) 66-(*) 601-(*) 602-(*) 68-(*) 604-(*) 605-(*) 607-(*)

5% 2% 2%

215-(*) 287-(*) 289-(*)

5% 5% 2% 2% 2% 2%

268-(*) 214-(*) 288-(*) 49-(*) 51-(*) 50-(*)

10% 10% 5%

309-(*) 261-(*) C200101-25

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. ** Cylinder size available is 25 liter with CGA 660 valve only. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Ethane in He 100 ppm 1% Ethane in N2 1000 ppm 1% Ethylene in Air 10 ppm Ethylene in He 10 ppm 100 ppm 1% Ethylene in N2 10 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% Helium in N2 10% n-Hexane in Air 400 ppm 500 ppm n-Hexane in N2 1000 ppm Hydrogen in Air 20% LEL (0.8%V) 25% LEL (1%V) 50% LEL (2%V) 62.5% LEL (2.5%V) Hydrogen in Ar 3% Hydrogen in He 40% (FID Fuel) Hydrogen in N2 100 ppm 1% 1.3% 10% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


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Product Number

5% 2%

357-(*) 365-(*)

2% 2%

21-(*) 366-(*)

5%

96-(*)

5% 5% 2%

845-(*) 203-(*) 849-(*)

5% 5% 2% 2%

846-(*) 847-(*) 22-(*) 855-(*)

2%

276-(*)

2% 2%

282-(*) 150-(*)

2%

13-(*)

2% 2% 2% 2%

369-(*) 88-(*) 85-(*) 701-(*)

2%

H203350-(*)

2%

SEMTECH110

5% 2% 2% 2%

N/A

N/A

210-(*) 296-(*) 709-(*) 297-(*)

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Hydrogen Cyanide in N2 10 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in Air 10 ppm 25 ppm 50 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide in N2 25 ppm 50 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm Isobutane in He 100 ppm 1% Isobutane in N2 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% Isobutylene in Air 50 ppm 100 ppm 225 ppm 1000 ppm Isobutylene in N2 1000 ppm 1% Methane in Air 10 ppm 50 ppm 500 ppm 20% LEL (1%V) 40% LEL (2%V) 50% LEL (2.5%V) Methane in Ar 10% Methane in CO2 6000 ppm 60% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


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Product Number

10%

H203480-(*)

5% 5% 5%

H200091-(*) 270-(*) 00007-(*)

5% 5% 5% 2%

251-(*) 294-(*) 295-(*) H200044-(*)

5% 2%

377-(*) 385-(*)

5% 2% 2%

378-(*) 24-(*) 386-(*)

5% 5% 2% 2%

702-(*) 703-(*) 244-(*) 704-(*)

2% 2%

26-(*) 18-(*)

5% 5% 2% 2% 2% 2%

16-(*) 705-(*) 263-(*) 31-(*) 36-(*) 86-(*)

2%

92-(*)

2% 2%

M202481-(*) M202301-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Methane in He 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% 10% Methane in N2 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% 10% Nitric Oxide in O2-Free N2 10 ppm 50 ppm 1000 ppm Nitrogen in He 10% Nitrogen Dioxide in Air 50 ppm 100 ppm Nitrogen Dioxide in N2 25 ppm 100 ppm Nitrous Oxide in He 10 ppm 100 ppm 1% 10% Nitrous Oxide in O2-Free N2 0.1 ppm 1 ppm 10 ppm 100 ppm Oxygen in He 100 ppm 1% 10% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


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Product Number

5% 2% 2% 2%

213-(*) 867-(*) 869-(*) 875-(*)

5% 2% 2% 2%

212-(*) 868-(*) 258-(*) 876-(*)

10% 5% 2%

00011-(*) N200351-(*) 037-(*)

2%

278-(*)

5% 5%

302-(*) N200460-(*)

5% 5%

N200133-(*) N200134-(*)

5% 5% 2% 2%

445-(*) 447-(*) 546-(*) 470-(*)

10% 5% 5% 5%

42-(*) 44-(*) 446-(*) 448-(*)

5% 2% 2%

208-(*) 485-(*) 487-(*)

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description Oxygen in N2 10 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm 4000 ppm 1% 2% 5% 6% 8% 10% 20% n-Pentane in Air 1000 ppm 54% LEL (0.76%V) PR: 419 psig n-Pentane in N2 1000 ppm Propane in Air 1000 ppm 0.5% 1% Propane in He 1% 10% Propane in N2 100 ppm 1000 ppm 1% Propylene in Air 1% Propylene in N2 10 ppm 1000 ppm Styrene in N2 10 ppm Sulfur Dioxide in Air 10 ppm Sulfur Dioxide in N2 10 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5% 5% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2%

478-(*) 207-(*) 480-(*) 707-(*) 486-(*) 94-(*) 886-(*) 95-(*) 708-(*) 488-(*) 308-(*)

2% 2%

2056-(*) N203072-(*)

2%

27-(*)

PR: 696 psig

2% 2% 2%

P200026-(*) 90-(*) 53-(*)

PR: 616 psig

2% 2%

4447-(*) 4449-(*)

5% 2% 2%

4444-(*) 11-(*) 4448-(*)

PR: 608 psig

2%

274-(*)

5% 2%

14-(*) 12-(*)

5%

255-(*)

10%

400-(*)

10%

S200006-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Two-Component Gases
Description 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in N2 10 ppm 1,1,2-Trichloroethane in N2 10 ppm Trichloroethylene in Air 220 ppm Trichloroethylene in N2 10 ppm Vinyl Chloride in Air 10 ppm 100 ppm Vinyl Chloride in N2 1 ppm 10 ppm 100 ppm 1000 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5%

259-(*)

5%

256-(*)

5%

T200081-(*)

5%

257-(*)

5% 5%

227-(*) 230-(*)

5% 5% 5% 2%

70-(*) 71-(*) 73-(*) 74-(*)

* To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Three-Component Gases
Description n-Butane and Carbon Dioxide in N2 C4H10 CO2 8% 15% Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen in N2 CO2 O2 1% 20% 3% 17% Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen in N2 CO H2 20 ppm 60 ppm Carbon Monoxide and Methane in N2 CO CH4 8% 5.7% Carbon Monoxide and Nitric Oxide in O2-Free N2 CO NO 1000 ppm 200 ppm Hydrogen and Oxygen in N2 H2 O2 1% 0.5% Methane and Oxygen in N2 CH4 O2 50% LEL (2.5%V) 17% n-Pentane and Oxygen in N2 C5H12 O2 50% LEL (0.7%V) 15% Propane and 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in N2 C3H8 C2Cl3H3 10 ppm 10 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

[PR] 168

2%

2146-(*)

2% 2%

33-(*) 35-(*)

10%

C303041-(*)

2%

306-(*)

5%

307-(*)

2%

H300433-(*)

[PR] 696

2%

303-(*)

[PR] 455

2%

O300010-(*)

5%

P300033-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Four-Component Gases
Description Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and n-Hexane in N2 CO2 CO C6H14 13% 1.9% 800 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Methane in He CO2 CO CH4 10 ppm 10 ppm 10 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Methane in N2 CO2 CO CH4 1% 10% 1% 10% 1% 10% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen in N2 CO2 CO O2 15% 7% 5% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Propane in N2 CO2 CO C3H8 13% 1.9% 1600 ppm Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen and Oxygen in N2 CO H2 O2 1% 1000 ppm 3% n-Hexane, Methane and n-Pentane in He CH4 C5H12 C6H14 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Oxygen in Ar H2 N2 O2 1% 2% 2% Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

2%

C410582-(*)

5%

408-(*)

2% 2%

C410652-(*) C410653-(*)

2%

10-(*)

2%

C400962-(*)

5%

C400111-(*)

[PR] 158

2%

403-(*)

2%

H400015-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Five-Component Gases
Description Acetylene, Carbon Monoxide, Chlorodifluoromethane and Ethane in N2 C2H2 CO CHClF2 C2H6 10 ppm 20 ppm 5 ppm 10 ppm C2C4 Alkynes in N2 Acetylene, 1-Butyne, 2-Butyne, Propyne each at 15 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen and Oxygen in N2 each at 0.5% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Methane and Oxygen in N2 CO2 CO CH4 O2 15% 7% 4.5% 4% Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide and Propane in O2-Free N2 CO2 CO NO C3H8 12% 5% 1000 ppm 2000 ppm Carbon Dioxide, Dichlorodifluoromethane, Methane and Nitrous Oxide in N2 CO2 CCl2F2 CH4 N2O 20 ppm 5 ppm 100 ppm 10 ppm Cycloparaffins in N2 Cyclohexane, Cyclopentane, Methylcyclohexane and Methylcyclopentane each at 15 ppm Methyl-2-Olefins in N2 2-Methyl-2-Butene, 2-Methyl-2-Pentene 3-Methyl-2-Pentene and 4-Methyl-2-Pentene each at 15 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

10%

A500537-(*)

10%

N/A

30-(*)

2%

217-(*)

2%

C500014 -(*)

2%

C500463 -(*)

10%

C506871-(*)

10%

7-(*)

10%

6-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in an 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Multi-Component Gases
Description 1000 ppm Acetone, 1000 ppm Benzene, 1000 ppm 1-Butene, 1000 ppm Ethylene, 1000 ppm 1-Hexene, 1000 ppm Isopentane, 500 ppm Isopropyl Alcohol, 1000 ppm 1-Pentene, 1000 ppm Propylene, 500 ppm Tertiary Butanol in N2 PR: 144 psig Acetylene, n-Butane, Ethane, Ethylene, Methane, Propane, Propylene, Propyne each at 15 ppm in N2 Acetylene, 1-Butene, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Ethane, Ethylene, Hydrogen, Methane, Propane, Propylene each at 0.1% in N2 50 ppm Acetylene, 2% Carbon Dioxide, 100 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 1000 ppm Ethane, 50 ppm Ethylene, 1000 ppm Hydrogen, 5% Methane and 5% Oxygen in N2 50 ppm Acetylene, 2% Carbon Dioxide, 500 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 1000 ppm Ethane, 50 ppm Ethylene, 1000 ppm Hydrogen, 5% Methane and 4% Oxygen in N2 250 ppm Acetylene, 5% Carbon Dioxide, 5000 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 10 ppm Ethane, 5000 ppm Ethylene, 5000 ppm Hydrogen, 9% Methane and 1% Oxygen in N2 Acetylene, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Ethane, Ethylene, Methane each at 1% in N2 5 ppm Acetylene, 350 ppm Carbon Dioxide, 10 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 10 ppm Ethane, 5 ppm Ethylene, 5 ppm Hydrogen, 0.25% Methane, 20% Oxygen in N2 10 ppm Acetylene, 0.5% Carbon Dioxide, 40 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 100 ppm Ethane, 10 ppm Ethylene, 350 ppm Hydrogen, 2.5% Methane, 10% Oxygen in N2 1% Argon, 3 % n-Butane, 2% Carbon Dioxide, 9% Ethane, 1% n-Hexane, 3% Isobutane, 1% Isopentane, 4% Nitrogen, 1% n-Pentane and 5% Propane in CH4 Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5%

AA00153-(*)

10%

N/A

54-(*)

2%

N/A

AA00030-(*)

5%

N/A

A900169-(*)

5%

N/A

A900165-(*)

5%

N/A

A900164-(*)

2%

N/A

216-(*)

10%

N/A

A900124-(*)

10%

N/A

A900123-(*)

2%

AA00010-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in a 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Multi-Component Gases
Description 5% Argon, 5% Carbon Dioxide, 5% Carbon Monoxide, 5% Ethane, 5% Ethylene, 9% Hydrogen, 5% Methane, 5% Nitrogen, 0.2% Isooctane, 1.5% Isopentane, 1.5% n-Pentane and 5% Propane in He 1% Argon, 7% Carbon Monoxide, 10% Hydrogen, 4% Methane, 5% Neon, 5% Nitrogen and 3% Oxygen in He Benzene, 1-Butene, Ethylene, 1-Hexene, Isopentane, 1-Pentene, Propylene each at 15 ppm in N2 1,3-Butadiene, n-Butane, 1-Butene, cis-2-Butene, trans-2-Butene, Isobutane, Isobutylene, Ethyl Acetylene each at 15 ppm in N2 0.101% n-Butane, 0.0951% Ethane, 0.101% Isobutane, 0.188% Methane, 0.20% n-Pentane, 0.0955% Propane in Hydrocarbon Free Air 0.25% n-Butane, 0.3% Carbon Dioxide, 11% Ethane, 0.25% Isobutane, 0.7% Nitrogen, 0.5% Propane in CH4 0.4% n-Butane, 3% Carbon Dioxide, 3.5% Ethane, 0.02% n-Heptane, 0.05% n-Hexane, 0.4% Isobutane, 0.15% Isopentane, 2.5% Nitrogen, 0.01% Octane, 0.15% n-Pentane, 1% Propane in CH4 0.4% n-Butane, 7% Carbon Dioxide, 7% Ethane, 0.5% n-Hexane, 0.4% Isobutane, 0.2% Isopentane, 0.3% Nitrogen, 0.2% n-Pentane, 4% Propane in CH4 PR: 158 psig n-Butane, Ethane, Methane, n-Pentane, Propane each at 1% in N2 Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen, Methane, Oxygen each at 1% in N2 5% each of Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen, Oxygen, 4% each of Hydrogen, Methane in He PR: 400 psig Branched Paraffins in N2 2,2-Dimethylbutane, 2,2-Dimethylpropane, Isobutane, 2-Methylbutane, 2-Methylpentane, and 3-Methylpentane each at 15 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

2%

AC00020-(*)

2%

A800140-(*)

10%

B800255-(*)

10%

55-(*)

5%

61-(*)

2%

N/A

N700253-(*)

5%

N/A

NB00202-(*)

2%

N/A

N000249-(*)

2%

N/A

B600060-(*)

2%

218-(*)

2%

N/A

N/A

234-(*)

10%

2-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in a 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders. SCOTTY Express available. Call 800-217-2688.

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Multi-Component Gases
Description BTEX Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Toluene, m-Xylene, o-Xylene, p-Xylene in N2 each at 1 ppm each at 10 ppm C1C4 Paraffins in Air n-Butane, Ethane, Isobutane, Methane, and Propane each at 15 ppm C1C6 n-Paraffins in He Butane, Ethane, Hexane, Methane, Pentane and Propane each at 100 ppm each at 1000 ppm PR: 790 psig C1C6 n-Paraffins in N2 Butane, Ethane, Hexane, Methane, Pentane and Propane each at 15 ppm each at 100 ppm each at 1000 ppm PR: 790 psig C1C7 n-Paraffins in N2 Butane, Ethane, Hexane, Heptane, Methane, Pentane and Propane each at 15 ppm C2C6 Olefins in He 1-Butene, Ethylene, 1-Hexene, 1-Pentene and Propylene each at 100 ppm each at 1000 ppm C2C6 Olefins in N2 1-Butene, Ethylene, 1-Hexene, 1-Pentene and Propylene each at 100 ppm each at 1000 ppm High Shimadzu Mixture 4200 ppm Acetylene, 2% Carbon Dioxide, 4200 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 4200 ppm Ethane, 4200 ppm Ethylene, 4200 ppm Hydrogen, 4200 ppm Methane, 12.5% Oxygen in N2 Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5% 5%

B700032-(*) B700030-(*)

5%

32-(*)

5% 2%

219-(*) 236-(*)

10% 5% 2%

1-(*) 220-(*) 224-(*)

10%

243-(*)

5% 2%

221-(*) 223-(*)

5% 2%

222-(*) 235-(*)

2%

A900172-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in a 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders.

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Multi-Component Gases
Description Low Shimadzu Mixture 100 ppm Acetylene, 400 ppm Carbon Dioxide, 100 ppm Carbon Monoxide, 100 ppm Ethane, 100 ppm Ethylene, 100 ppm Hydrogen, 100 ppm Methane, 16.9% Nitrogen, 2500 ppm Oxygen in Ar Methyl-1-Olefins in N2 2-Methylpropene, 2-Methyl-1-Pentene, 2-Methyl-1-Butene, 3-Methyl-1-Butene and 4-Methyl-1-Pentene each at 15 ppm Natural Gas Standards 3% n-Butane, 0.5% Carbon Dioxide, 12.5% Ethane, 3% Isobutane, 0.5% Isopentane, 9% Nitrogen, 0.5% n-Pentane, 7% Propane in CH4 PR: 200 psig (also see page 196) Natural Gas Calorimetric Reference Standard 0.4% n-Butane, 3% Carbon Dioxide, 3.5% Ethane, 0.02% n-Heptane, 0.05% n-Hexane, 0.4% Isobutane, 0.15% Isopentane, 0.1% Neopentane, 2.5% Nitrogen, 0.15% n-Pentane, 1% Propane in CH4 PR: 435 psig (also see page 196) Natural Gas GPA Reference Standard 3% n-Butane, 1% Carbon Dioxide, 9% Ethane, 0.5% Helium, 3% Isobutane, 1% Isopentane, 5% Nitrogen, 1% n-Pentane, 6% Propane in CH4 PR: 200 psig (also see page 196) 1-Olefins Plus C2H2 in N2 Acetylene, 1-Butene, Ethylene, 1-Hexene, 1-Pentene and Propylene each at 15 ppm 2-Olefins in N2 2-Butene (cis & trans), 2-Hexene (cis & trans) and 2-Pentene (cis & trans) each at 15 ppm Transformer Oil Mixture Acetylene, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Ethane, Ethylene, Hydrogen, Methane, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Propane in Ar each at 100 ppm each at 1000 ppm Cylinder Size / Gas Volume (liters) Analytical Accuracy 4L

14L
STEEL

17L
STEEL

48L
ALUM

58L
ALUM

74L
ALUM

105L 110L 221L


STEEL ALUM STEEL

STEEL

Product Number

5%

A000010-(*)

10%

5-(*)

2%

N900010-(*)

5%

NB00060-(*)

2%

B000010-(*)

10%

3-(*)

10%

4-(*)

5% 2%

N/A N/A

890-(*) 891-(*)

PR: Pressure restricted to indicated psig. * To complete the part number, replace (*) with the liter amount of the desired cylinder size. For example, to order Methane in N2 in a 14L cylinder, the part number will be 212-14. Minimum order quantity: 6 cylinders.

For TOC/VOC mixtures, see page 168. Refer to pages 168 172 for Method TO calibration standards.

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ARCAL and BLUESHIELD optimized shielding gases and mixtures for arc welding applications LASAL for the laser industry FLAMAL high-performance solution for oxy-fuel applications ALIGAL for the food industry PHARGALIS global solution for the pharmaceutical industry Other industrial gases

ARCAL Shielding Gases


ARCAL shielding gases deliver optimum performance for root shielding, plasma cutting and arc welding of stainless, carbon and alloy steel, aluminum, copper and other materials. ARCAL products meet or exceed current and anticipated changes to A 5.32/ISO 14175 standards. The application of these gases allows high welding and cutting productivity, exceptional quality of welded joints and better working conditions.

Lower impurities and consistently homogeneous mixtures yield faster welding and cutting speeds with excellent penetration profiles. Exclusive SMARTOP valve improves safety and reduces wasted gas. Exclusive SCANDINA cap improves efficiency and ease of cylinder maneuverability. Reduced fume/gas emissions, low spattering, better arc control and easy parameter improve welding conditions.

ARCAL gases are available in size 49 cylinders, either individually or in packs of 16. Single cylinders feature Air Liquides exclusive SMARTOP valves and SCANDINA caps, while 16cylinder packs are outfitted with residual pressure valves (RPVs) on the outlets. ARCAL products provide performance-based solutions and are offered in two grade tiers that are engineered to provide application-specific welding/cutting performance.

Reference Tier Features


Close tolerance that meets ISO 14175 standards. No change of service thereby maintaining impurity specifications. Ability to use close to 100% of the contained product. Savings through reduced gas loss and consistency of mixture. Improved safety through exclusive cylinder packaging. Our multi-cylinder 16-packs provide larger, yet economical volumes of gas without sacrificing high quality.

Premium Tier Features (in addition to the above)


Higher deposition rates and faster travel speeds. Reduced fume and particulate emissions. Improved savings through reduced helium requirements and dynamic mixture versatility. Less oxidation, better bead profiles and penetration characteristics. Reduced porosity and inclusions. Improved efficiency with fewer types of compositions necessary and enhanced operating range for a specific mixture.

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Reference Tier
Size Class ARCAL 1 Components Ar Application Nonferrous GMAW/GTAW on most materials; back purge Short-circuit on stainless steel Short-circuit/spray GMAW on carbon and stainless steel Short-circuit and spray ferrous GMAW, MCAW Short-circuit GMAW on carbon steel; FCAW on carbon and stainless steel Replacement Information 49 49 x 16

ARCAL 9 ARCAL 12

Ar, CO2, He Ar, CO2

ARCAL 21

Ar, CO2

ARCAL 25

Ar, CO2

Premium Tier
Size Class ARCAL 10 ARCAL 11 ARCAL 14 Components Ar, H2 Ar, He, N2 Ar, CO2, O2 Application GTAW on 300 Stainless Steel GTAW on stainless steel Short-circuit and spray on carbon and low alloy steel GTAW on 300 Stainless Steel GTAW on duplex/super duplex stainless steel Short-circuit, pulsed and spray GMAW on stainless steel and nickel-based alloy; preferred composition GMAW on duplex/super duplex stainless steel FCAW on carbon and stainless steel The choice for GTAW (TIG) welding of duplex materials Standard O2 in Ar and Ar, CO2, He mixtures The choice for GMAW (MIG) welding of duplex materials The ideal clean alternative to standard CO2 and Ar in CO2 mixtures Standard Ar in He for aluminum and copper Standard Ar in He for aluminum and copper Standard Ar in CO2; Ar in O2 and Ar, CO2, O2 mixtures Replacement Information 49 49 x 16

ARCAL 15 ARCAL 39

Ar, H2 Ar, He, N2

ARCAL 121

Ar, CO2, He

ARCAL 129

Ar, CO2, He, N2

ARCAL 211

Ar, CO2, He

ARCAL 301

Ar, N2

GTAW and GMAW spray and pulsed spray on aluminum and copper GTAW and GMAW spray and pulsed spray on aluminum and copper

ARCAL 331

Ar, He, N2

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BLUESHIELD Shielding Gases


BLUESHIELD gases offer superior mix accuracy and consistency for most GMAW, FCAW, MCAW and GTAW applications. Homogeneous mixes and traceable batch analysis ensure they meet or exceed AWS A 5.32 specifications. BLUESHIELD products also feature our exclusive SCANDINA cap that improves efficiency and ease of cylinder maneuverability. Cylinders are also fitted with stainless steel valves to protect gas purity. Plus, valves are shrink-wrapped at our facility to protect from tampering.

Improved control over bead shape, penetration, wetting and travel speed. Lower impurities and consistently homogeneous mixtures yield faster welding and cutting speeds with excellent penetration profiles. Reduced fume/gas emissions and low spattering for improved welding conditions. Permits a broad range of welding parameters. Provides a superior surface finish to minimize clean-up time and expense. Minimizes expensive rejects and reworks. Consistent weld metal chemistry and mechanical properties. BLUESHIELD products provide optimal performance and are available in single cylinders and 16-packs.

Size Class BLUESHIELD A Components Ar Application GTAW: steel, stainless steel, nonferrous; GMAW: short-circuit, spray, pulse, nonferrous GTAW: steel, stainless steel, nonferrous; GMAW: short-circuit, spray, pulse, nonferrous GMAW and MCAW: steel, short-circuit, spray, pulse FCAW and MCAW: steel, stainless steel; GMAW: steel, short-circuit GMAW: stainless steel, short-circuit GMAW, stainless steel, short-circuit, spray, pulse GMAW: steel, short-circuit, spray, pulse FCAW: steel, stainless steel; GMAW: steel, short-circuit 49 49 x 16

BLUESHIELD 1

Ar, He

BLUESHIELD 6 BLUESHIELD 8 BLUESHIELD 9 BLUESHIELD 20 BLUESHIELD 23 BLUESHIELD 211

Ar, CO2 Ar, CO2 Ar, CO2, He Ar, CO2, He Ar, CO2, O2 Ar, CO2, He

Application Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Short-Circuit Transfer Spray Transfer Pulsed Transfer Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Metal Core Arc Welding (MCAW)

Mild Steel

Stainless Steel

Nonferrous

BLUESHIELD 6, 8, 23, 211 BLUESHIELD 6, 23 BLUESHIELD 6, 23 BLUESHIELD 6, 8, 211 BLUESHIELD A, 1 BLUESHIELD 6, 8

BLUESHIELD 9, 20 BLUESHIELD 20 BLUESHIELD 20 BLUESHIELD 6, 8, 211 BLUESHIELD A, 1

BLUESHIELD A, 1 BLUESHIELD A, 1

BLUESHIELD A, 1

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FLAMAL Pure Propylene


FLAMAL, a stable, propylene-based high energy fuel gas, is a cutting-edge alternate to acetylene, propane, blended fuels and natural gas. When used for cutting, brazing, metalizing and heating applications, FLAMAL combines the best performance characteristics of acetylene with the safety of propane to produce superior results. Time, as they say, is money. Because of higher flame temperature and high BTU output in the secondary combustion cone, when using FLAMAL, you can expect faster flame cutting, gouging, flame hardening and metalizing. In fact, its common to improve production by as much as 30% over propane or natural gas. FLAMALs superior performance is a function of simple chemistry. It has a double bond between two of its carbon atoms which, when broken in the burning process, releases a primary cone energy which is 94% of the energy released with acetylene. Compare this to propane or natural gas which has flame temperatures at least 700F colder, with oxygen consumption that is 2030% higher than FLAMAL.

Applications

Flame Cutting Flame Hardening Heating, Bending and Straightening Soldering, Brazing and Braze Welding Thermal Spray Other Specialized Uses

FLAMAL Vaporization
FLAMAL has the highest vaporization rate of all available fuel gases. This means you will experience fewer fuel gas pressure problems in cold weather. Higher pressures and draw rates maintain production to such a high degree that many shops report they no longer need vaporizers or manifolds when using FLAMAL. FLAMAL is stable as a liquid and as a gas, and may be used safely at full cylinder pressures (i.e. 135 psi @ 70F). FLAMAL has not been shown to detonate if a cylinder is dropped or dented. As with all flammable gases, proper safety precautions should be used at all times, observing all local, state and Federal guidelines. Contact your Air Liquide representative for a FLAMAL cost savings analysis for your specific application.

Cylinder Sizes
Cylinder Contents Part Number 610-27 lb 610-63 lb 610-105 lb 610-435 lb lbs. 24 57 95 400 kg 11 26 43 181 CGA 510 510 510 510

FLAMAL is also available in bulk from 1000 gallons and up. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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FLAMAL
Specifications and Comparisons
Safety Data
Description Stock Sensitivity Explosive Limits in Oxygen (%) Explosive Limits in Air (%) Maximum Allowable Pressure Burning Velocity in Oxygen (ft./sec.) Backfire Tendency Toxicity FLAMAL stable 2 55 2 11 cylinder 15 low low Acetylene unstable 3 93 3 80 15 psig 23 high low Natural Gas stable 5 59 5 14 line 14 low low Propane stable 2 57 2 10 cylinder 12 low low

Physical Properties
Description Specific Gravity of Liquid Liquid (lbs./gal.) Gas (ft.3 /lbs.) Specific Gravity of Gas Vapor Pressure at 70F (psig) Boiling Range (F) FLAMAL 0.5 4 9 2 135 -54 Acetylene 15 0.9 -8 Natural Gas 24 0.6 -161 Propane 0.5 4 9 2 120 -50

Heating Valves
Description Neutral Flame Temperature (F) Primary Flame* Secondary Flame* Total BTU/ft.3 Total Heat Value (BTU/lb.)
* Heat emissions BTU/ft3.

FLAMAL 5,342 433 1,938 2,371 21,600

Acetylene 5,700 507 963 1,470 21,500

Natural Gas 4,500 11 989 1,000 23,600

Propane 4,700 255 2,243 2,498 21,600

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LASAL
High-Purity Gases for Laser Cutting and Welding
Freedom from impurities is the most important factor when selecting gas for your lasing application. Gas purity affects the performance and reliability of your laser as well as the lifespan of your optics and output power. Air Liquide pioneered the industry standard for effective, consistent control of impurities often found in gases used for resonator lasing. Our LASAL pure and multi-component gases are prepared under strict quality control procedures that virtually eliminate impurities such as moisture, hydrocarbons and particulates. Each LASAL cylinder is equipped with a chrome-plated residual pressure valve to preserve gas purity and protect against contamination by restricting backflow into the cylinder. The valve is factory shrink-wrapped to further minimize the opportunity for contamination of the cylinders contents and to provide clear, visual evidence of tampering. Finally, every cylinder or multiple cylinder pack is strictly dedicated for LASAL products. LASAL advanced cylinder packaging ensures safer and leaner operation

SCANDINA cap improves safety and provides easy maneuvering of cylinder. Chrome residual pressure valve protects purity and prevents backflow. Factory sealed valve guards against contamination and tampering. Cylinder label indicates traceable batch analysis information. Dedicated particulate-free cylinders and multi-packs. Bulk delivery available.

Turnkey Solutions
Air Liquides various modes of high-purity assist gas delivery provide a steady flow of consistent pressure. This facilitates clean, burr-free cuts at maximum cutting speed. We can provide all the high-performance gas delivery equipment necessary to preserve the integrity of LASAL gases and to ensure safe, efficient delivery to your point-of-use.
Laser Manufacturer 1 P2 4 39 P51/61 53

83

101

105/106

155

Specifications
Components CO2 CO He H2 N2 O2 Global Purity Controlled Impurities H2O (ppm) Oxygen (ppm) THC (ppm) Particulate* CGA Cylinder Volume (SCF)

Mazak Trumpf Trumpf Trumpf Cincinatti Bystronic Bystronic Bystronic Lumonics Amada Rofin Sinar Rofin Sinar Rofin Sinar Panasonic Verco Fanuc PRC PRC PRC Rofin Sinar Mazak Rofin Sinar Strippit LVD Coherent

Mitsubishi

Lumonics

100% 100% 100% 90% 10% 99.995% 99.996%

99.999%

<5 <3 <1

<3 <2 <1

<5 <5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

<5 <1

580 230

320 50 lbs.

580 219

590 232

580 228

580 224

580 233

350 175

350 180

350 176

* All LASAL cylinders are cleaned and prepared for dedicated service. The operational procedures utilized by Air Liquide, including 10 micron filtration, eliminate potentially damaging particulate from being present within the cylinder.

Other LASAL pure and gas mixtures are available please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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ALIGAL
Protective Atmospheres for Food and Beverages
ALIGAL pure and mixed gases from Air Liquide are designed for use in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) of food products. They preserve natural color and flavor of fresh food and beverages while inhibiting spoilage due to oxidation, bacteria and mold that typically occur as a result of exposure to air. Each ALIGAL protective atmosphere has been scientifically formulated to address the specific shelf life requirements of a wide selection of foods, ranging from case-ready meats, fresh poultry, processed meats, cheese and freshly cut salads to prepared entres, fresh pasta, sandwich kits, snack foods and bakery products. ALIGAL gases are available in a range of blends appropriate to specific foods and meet standards for approved food packaging uses. They are colorless and odorless and comply with procedure controls and quality assurance throughout the production process. Strict filling and testing procedures assure a consistent and quality product.

Total ALIGAL Solution


Traceability. Packaging includes single cylinders, multi-cylinder packs, bulk and on-site nitrogen production. On-site personnel training in safe and proper use of ALIGAL products. Consultations with our food specialists (including headspace analysis). Can be easily integrated into a MAP system, including equipment and film. Specially suited regulators, changeover manifolds and miscellaneous equipment.
ALIGAL high-pressure cylinders are equipped with our exclusive SCANDINA cap for easier cylinder handling and improved safety during transport and use.

Air Liquides total ALIGAL solution includes innovative gas handling equipment and services to meet your productivity requirements. In addition to the gases themselves, choose from a series of audit services, safety training programs, reporting, installation and maintenance services. We provide you with all the support, expertise, processing knowledge and industry best practice know-how you need to implement a cost-effective solution that meets your operational and quality requirements. Responding to industry concerns regarding security in food packaging, Air Liquide provides unique packaging engineered to prevent tampering or accidental contamination. Each dedicated ALIGAL gas cylinder is equipped with a chrome residual pressure valve that prevents contamination of cylinder contents by restricting atmospheric backflow into the cylinder. In addition, once a cylinder has been filled, a shrink sleeve that is printed with the Air Liquide logo to deter counterfeiting, is secured over the valve to provide a tamper-evident seal. A traceable batch analysis sticker provides product tracing information, including the cylinder fill plant identification and fill date.

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Applications Bakery Products Breads Breakfast pastries, muffins Dessert breads and cakes Par-baked bread Beverages Beer Carbonated soda Carbonated water Wine Dairy Products Block cheese Shredded cheese Yogurt Recommended ALIGAL Product Comments

2 or 15 13 or 15 13 or 15 2

ALIGAL extends mold-free shelf life of baked goods and delays onset of rancidity.

12, 13 or 15 2 2 1, 6 or 62

ALIGAL products for inerting/deoxygeneration, carbonation, packaging pressurization, draft and dispensing.

2 13 2

The fungistatic properties of ALIGAL result in extended shelf life.

Dry Foods Coffee Snack foods

1 or 6 1 or 6

ALIGAL provides additional protection against product crushing (i.e. potato chips, tortilla chips, nuts).

Freshly Cut Produce Freshly cut salad Sliced tomatoes

1 1 or 6

When combined with permeable packaging films, ALIGAL decreases the respiration rate of fresh produce (product-specific).

Fresh Raw Meats Fresh ground beef Poultry, chicken parts (bulk) Poultry, chicken parts (retail) Raw uncured sausages Retail meat cuts Turkey (ground, cuts) Prepared Foods Cooked entres Cooked lasagna Deli salads Fresh refrigerated pasta Sandwiches Processed Meats Beef jerky Cooked sausages Deli meats/cold cuts

28 2 13, 15 or 27 28 28 27

By promoting the formation of oxymyoglobin, ALIGAL maintains the natural red meat color and product appeal (i.e. beef, pork, lamb, veal). Aerobic spoilage bacteria (i.e. Pseudomonas spp.) are inhibited.

13 or 15 13 12 or 13 12 or 13 13 or 15

ALIGAL helps preserve the organoleptic quality of prepared foods while delaying microbial spoilage.

1 or 6 13 13 or 15

The bacteriostatic properties of ALIGAL result in extended shelf life. The balance gas displaces oxygen from the package and prevents slices from sticking together, protecting the product from oxidation and ensuring easy peel-off (i.e. cooked ham, turkey, corned beef, salami).

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PHARGALIS
Products for Biotech and Pharmaceutical Industries
As the worlds leading provider of medical gases and related services, our PHARGALIS gases, equipment and services represent an industry-leading solution for biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Air Liquides PHARGALIS products are engineered with a focus on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and are in compliance with U.S. Pharmacopoeia, National Formulary (USP/NF). They incorporate the highest levels of quality control and feature guaranteed purity and traceability. PHARGALIS products permit innovative customization without jeopardizing strict regulatory compliance. Moreover, thanks to Air Liquides unique cold-chain logistic solutions, your products remain stable and undamaged due to thermo-regulated point-to-point transportations. Our customizable protocols include the use of liquid nitrogen, on-site customized CO2 pelletizing system, dry ice or related temperature control agents and equipment. You can be confident that even highly sensitive shipments such as vaccines and biological agents are preserved and shipped with absolute integrity. Your Air Liquide representative can recommend a combination of PHARGALIS products tailored to your specific application needs. In addition to gases, Air Liquide can provide: auditing and maintenance of your gas delivery system; design and fabrication of new gas delivery systems; and on-site training in the use and safe handling of compressed gases.

PHARGALIS Gases

Air Carbon dioxide Helium Nitrogen Oxygen Numerous other specialty gases

Additional Pure Gases


Acetylene C2H2 Acetylene is a standard fuel gas used in conjunction with oxygen for welding metals and cutting steel, and for allied oxy-acetylene processes for the heating, forming and treating of metals. Acetylene is available in cylinders. Air (Industrial Grade) Industrial grade compressed air is also available from Air Liquide. It is typically used to power pneumatic tools and machines, inflate tires, clean assembly parts and for many other applications. Industrial grade air is available in convenient single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs. Argon Ar Argon is an inert gas that is often used in shielded arc processes for welding aluminum, stainless steel, bronze and copper. In these processes, argon is used as a shielding gas, either in pure form or in combination with predetermined percentages of oxygen, carbon dioxide or helium, depending on the metal being welded. The shielding gas provides an inert atmosphere during welding to prevent oxidation or other chemical change of the metals that would be detrimental to the weld. Argon is also used for inerting in other industries such as wine making and food applications, and is available in single cylinders or multicylinder packs.

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Carbon Dioxide CO2 In addition to its well-known and extensive use as the carbonating and dispensing medium in the beverage industry (see ALIGAL on page 252), carbon dioxide has numerous other uses in many different industries. For example, in metal fabrication operations, CO2 is widely used as a shielding gas in a semi-automatic welding process. In the food industry, CO2 is employed for processing, packaging, transportation and refrigeration of meat products, frozen foods, dairy products and as an inert atmosphere over perishable products. CO2 is commonly used to neutralize process and waste water streams. CO2 is available in single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs. Helium (Industrial Grade) He Helium is used considerably in the welding industry as an inert shielding gas for arc welding. It is used both as a pure gas and in mixtures with argon for TIG or MIG welding. In some applications, helium has the advantage over argon in gas-shielded arc welding because it provides greater arc heat for the same welding currents and arc length. This results in deeper penetration which is preferable for welding heavier materials when greater welding speed is required or when metals of high thermal conductivity are to be welded. Helium is available in single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs. Hydrogen H2 As a fuel gas with oxygen, hydrogen produces a relatively low flame temperature of 5,125F (2,830C) and is most useful for the brazing of aluminum and magnesium, and for lead welding. Because hydrogen can be safely compressed to overcome underwater pressures, oxy-hydrogen cutting torches are sometimes employed by divers on salvage operations. Mixed in small quantities with argon, hydrogen brings significant improvements in weld quality for stainless steels. It is also used in plastic brushing applications and for cooling in turbine power plant generators. Hydrogen is available in single cylinders and multicylinder packs. Nitrogen N2 Nitrogen is used in purging applications for heating, ventilation and plumbing industries. Large volumes of nitrogen are required by oil refineries and petrochemical industries for purging and blanketing operations. Nitrogen is also being used at a sharply increasing rate by the food industry. In its liquid form, it is employed to quick-freeze a wide variety of perishable foods, some of which cannot be successfully frozen by conventional methods. In its gaseous form, nitrogen is used in storage facilities for fresh produce to delay ripening and deterioration. Nitrogen is available in single cylinder and multi-cylinder packs. Oxygen O2 Oxygen is commonly used in industrial applications in conjunction with acetylene and other fuel gases in processes such as metal cutting, welding, flame hardening, scarfing, cleaning, hard-facing, etc. Oxygen USP is available for customers licensed to dispense medical oxygen. Oxygen is available in single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs. RESPAL Breathing Air Air Liquide offers breathable air that meets CGA Grade D standards. RESPAL features tighter specifications for oxygen, CO and CO2 than typical Grade D, making it an industry standard for breathable air. It is available in convenient single cylinders for limited applications, as well as in multi-cylinder packs and tube trailers for those applications requiring larger quantities. RESPAL cylinders are equipped with our exclusive SCANDINA cap for added safety and a residual pressure valve to prevent backflow contamination of cylinder contents.

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ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation, Solutions Center

ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation


Air Liquide Laboratories Provide Quality Assurance
ISO 17025:2005 is an internationally accepted laboratory Quality Management System (QMS) standard. Compatible with, but not equivalent to ISO 9001:2000, the accreditation is achieved through Accreditation Registrars such as A2LA or ACLASS, and is used to assess the technical competency of any laboratory that produces testing and calibration results. Management and technical components encompass laboratory activities including: sample preparation, analytical testing proficiency, measurement uncertainty, evidence of traceability, document handling, records keeping and reporting. ISO/IEC 17025:2005 specifies the general requirements regarding the competence to execute tests and calibrations performed using standard methods, nonstandard methods, and laboratory-developed methods. ISO/IEC 17025 provides laboratories around the world the opportunity to establish and maintain a quality system designed to improve and validate their ability to consistently produce valid results. Compliance with regulatory and safety requirements on the operation of laboratories is not covered by ISO/IEC 17025:2005. Commitment to Quality Versus Actual Value Consider ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation as a third-party validation of a laboratorys level of proficiency and commitment to quality. Because this heightens a customers confidence in the specialty gases they purchase, in some industries, due to process specifications or other issues, use of 17025 products is mandatory. Few would argue that any measure that increases quality can be anything less than beneficial regardless of application. However, since most specialty gas suppliers maintain ISO/IEC 17025 certified laboratories, do not be misled into thinking the gases they produce are equal. First, accreditation is often product specific so it may apply to one particular product such as environmental mixtures, but not to other products. Second, while ISO/IEC 17025 seeks to establish a global level of competency in the lab, it does not speak to many other factors that directly affect a companys ability to manufacture a broad line of well characterized and often unique products that provide better value when compared to similar products. In addition to ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, Air Liquide also offers the following:

Solutions Center
Specialty Gases Spoken Here Air Liquide maintains a highly trained group of technical experts who are dedicated to providing a single point of contact for customers to discuss their specialty gas questions or application requirements. As near as your telephone and just a click away, our Technical Service engineers stand ready to answer your questions or help solve specific application challenges. In addition, specialized quotes are available for custom products that meet unique application requirements. We understand that special applications often pose challenges that require unique approaches at solving them. Our Solutions Center excels at working with our customers to help develop innovative yet cost-effective solutions that do not compromise our commitment to safety and preservation of our environment. With access to Air Liquides worldwide network of scientists and product development specialists, our Solutions Center staff draws on a global knowledge base that includes experts from manufacturers of related products as well as industry and professional groups, regulatory bodies and metrology institutions. Phone: 800.217.2688 215.766.8860 Email: solutions.center@airliquide.com

Years of experience producing specialty gases. Knowledge of actual specialty gas application requirements. Associations with regulatory agencies and metrology institutions. Use of proprietary technologies such as ACUBLEND and ACULIFE. Development of new technology through continued research and development. Use of traceable standards, statistical quality controls and raw materials above and beyond the ordinary. Overall company resources, services offered and global presence.

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SHOP@airliquide, SCOUT

SHOP@airliquide
Air Liquide offers an updated hybrid between eScott, the original cylinder management system pioneered by Scott Specialty Gases, and our own online purchasing and supply chain management system. We call this unique Internet-based management tool SHOP@airliquide the end result provides you with tighter management control and greater access to a wider range of mixtures and pure gases. True to its eScott heritage, SHOP is unlike any other specialty gas cylinder management tool you are likely to encounter. Quite simply, SHOP maintains all there is to know about the gases you use including where and how fast you use them and makes this information available to you on demand via the Internet. As a result, you can significantly reduce your purchasing cost, simplify your records keeping, minimize your on-site cylinder inventory and never lose track of critical documentation such as Certificates of Accuracy or Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs).

Benefits and Features

SCOUT
A better way to manage your specialty gas cylinder assets Our SCOUT Supply Chain Optimization program eliminates uncertainty and clerical errors normally associated with traditional paperwork. SCOUT uses cylinder bar coding, WiFi and BlueTooth technology to provide you with real-time cylinder inventory information, plus upto-the-minute accurate cylinder delivery and location status. A few of the benefits when combined with SHOP@airliquide:

Secure and Private Web Pages show current and historical information about all of the Air Liquide products you use. Unique FOLIO contains all specifications as well as contract pricing for all the products you order. QUICKCLICK Online Reordering speeds up your ordering process by reducing labor and paperwork, eliminates clerical errors and ensures a steady supply of materials to keep your process running smoothly. Electronic Invoicing and Retrieval no more tedious paperwork and no more clerical errors. Real-Time Order Status up-to-the-minute information so you always know when your order will ship. Inventory Control tracks your on-site cylinder inventory at one or multiple locations. Cylinder Return Scheduling reduces labor and paperwork, and keeps you from paying excess rental on depleted cylinders. Certificates of Accuracy online, all the time to eliminate lost documentation. Expired Certification Alerts warns you when cylinders are nearing the end of their certification period so you dont accidentally use gases after their expiration date (critical for EPA protocols and CEM calibration). Reports, Reports, Reports all the current/historical management data you want, any way and any time you want it. Material Safety Data Sheets online and at your finger tips for improved safety.

Maintain accurate cylinder inventory Track cylinders over multiple locations Ensure correct invoice and credit transactions Reduce cylinder rental charges Optimize just-in-time delivery Receive cylinder expiration email alerts for custom mixtures and protocols

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Global Cross Reference Services

Global Cross Reference Services


True confirmation of accurate analytical results is best obtained by comparing analytical results among a number of independent, separate laboratories. Air Liquide facilitates this confirmation via our Global Cross Reference Service in which participating laboratories have a unique opportunity to assess the accuracy of their measurements through comparison with other labs in the global community. This process not only promotes a high degree of confidence in the accuracy of their analyses, but also helps identify potential problems in the accuracy of those analyses.

Shell
Gas Correlation Scheme Initiated by Shell Global Solutions with VSL (formerly NMi) and Scott Specialty Gases (now part of Air Liquide), this proficiency testing program fills a gap in the existing correlation schemes available. It is operated by the Dutch Metrology institute (VSL) in cooperation with Air Liquide, with up to 20 participants in LNG, natural gas, refining and chemical processing industries. Unknown mixtures are prepared, initially analyzed and distributed by Air Liquide. Participants then analyze the blind samples and report their results, which are evaluated and benchmarked by VSL. This international correlation scheme provides an indispensable opportunity to assess and improve the analytical performance of a laboratory and is in line with the validation requirements of the ISO 17025 accreditation as a third line control. Correlated samples can also be kept as a reference material/calibration standard with defined uncertainty.

How Our Cross Reference Services Work


1. Air Liquide creates identical unknown mixtures We use our ACUBLEND or GRAVSTAT proprietary blending processes to produce a homogeneous batch of cylinders quarterly, then analyze them against NIST-traceable standards. As a subscriber to our service, one of these cylinders is sent to you for analysis. For example, if you subscribe to our low level Nitric Oxide Service, you would receive a mixture whose concentration falls between 5 and 50 ppm but would arrive at your door as an unknown. 2. Participants analyze the unknown mixture and report findings to Air Liquide using a Field Analysis Form that is supplied with the cylinder 3. Air Liquide reports analytical results to all participants We provide a report summarizing the analytical results for all participants (listed by code number or by the name of your organization, whichever you prefer). Report information includes mean and median concentrations, method of analysis, and statistical data such as variance mean, standard deviation and coefficient of variations. You retain the gas mixture for use as a high-confidence calibration gas standard.

Benefits of Participation

Improves credibility of your analytical laboratory capabilities. Identifies potential analytical problems confidentially. Provides inter and intracompany quality assurance. Cross reference mixtures can be retained as high-confidence master calibration standards.

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Global Cross Reference Services continued


BTU Natural Gas Cross Reference BTU value: 990 1030 range n-Butane Carbon Dioxide C5 C6 Ethane Isobutane Methane Nitrogen Propane Diesel Exhaust/Turbine Exhaust Applications: Diesel exhaust and turbine exhaust the oxygen concentration is provided with each quarterly sample. Carbon Monoxide Carbon Dioxide Propane Oxygen Balance: Nitrogen 10 6000 ppm 2 10% 5 500 ppm 18 22% Low Nitric Oxide and NOx Applications: Low level for auto exhaust Industrial source monitoring Stationary turbines Nitric Oxide Balance: Nitrogen Oxygen Applications: Standardized for combustion analyzers Diesel exhaust measurements Biological applications Oxygen Balance: Nitrogen Sulfur Dioxide Applications: Stationary source emissions Sulfur Dioxide Balance: Blended Air 25 5000 ppm 1 21% 5 50 ppm

Cylinders are prepared using our proprietary GRAVSTAT process. Components and range of samples are stated, the concentration is not. Inquire for concentrations.

CO2 Cross Reference Program This program was developed primarily to meet the needs of the beverage industry. To learn more about the CO2 Cross Reference programs offered, please contact our Solutions Center at 800.217.2688. Constant Volume Sampling (CVS) Applications: Diluted automotive exhaust In-plant air monitoring Carbon Monoxide 5 500 ppm Carbon Dioxide 0.5 2.5% Propane 5 50 ppm Balance: Blended Air, HC Custom and Proprietary Programs Upon request, Air Liquide will provide custom collaborative services, designed and managed by us to meet government or industrial quality assurance and auditing needs. Contact our Solutions Center at 800.217.2688 for more information.

Ethylene (Polymer Grade) Applications: Ethylene production Quality assurance for multiple locations Ethylene pipeline input/output quality assurance Polymer plant raw material analysis Acetone Ammonia Carbon Monoxide Dimethyl Disulfide Hydrogen Methanol Nitrogen i-Propyl Alcohol Propylene

Cylinders are prepared using our proprietary GRAVSTAT process. Inquire for concentrations.

High Nitric Oxide and NOx Applications: High level for diesel exhaust Industrial source monitoring Nitric Oxide Balance: Nitrogen 100 2000 ppm

TO14/15 Cross Reference Program This program was developed to respond to the various organizations that are formulating criteria for which laboratories may become accredited for air analysis. Our toxic organic program is conducted in conjunction with our partners, Environmental Resource Associates, for Federal, state and private laboratories. This continues to expand in support of lab accreditation guidelines. For more information about our TO14/15 Cross Reference program, please contact your Air Liquide representative or call our Solutions Center at 800.217.2688.

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DATAL, Homeland Security

DATAL
DATAL remotely manages your gas inventory 24/7, alerting you when gas levels become low and then automatically reordering your replacement supply. Ideal for critical applications where gas outages impact your process and your bottom line.

Benefits and Features


Inventory electronically managed and monitored continuously. Track your inventory usage online or via email alerts. Capable of managing single or multiple cylinders simultaneously. Service options can include automatic cylinder changeout by Air Liquide representatives. Enhances the safety of your facility by eliminating storage of unnecessary high-pressure cylinders. Ideal for carrier gases, manifold packs, EPA protocols, changeover manifolds, and more.
DATAL can be retrofitted to Air Liquide and also customer supplied regulators or manifolds.

SCOTT Homeland Security


Gas Mixtures and Toxic Industrial Chemicals
As part of Air Liquides commitment to establishing a cleaner and safer environment, we work with the U.S. Military, national laboratories, research institutions and private industry to create gas mixtures used to develop and calibrate a variety of instruments for detecting and protecting against toxic industrial chemicals (TICs) and chemical warfare agents (CWAs). By supplying guaranteed accurate mixtures in specified concentrations, we help empower researchers and manufacturers to focus on stability, sensitivity, response time and reproducibility of their sensors and detectors. While over 40 standard SCOTT TIC mixtures and CWA simulants are readily available, Air Liquide also works with customers to develop custom products that meet highly specialized application requirements. Call the Air Liquide Solutions Center for additional compound possibilities at 800.217.2688. Standard Compounds Our portfolio of over 40 standard Homeland Security compounds includes: Ammonia Arsine Boron Trichloride Carbon Disulfide 2-Chloroethyl Ethyl Sulfide Chlorine Diisopropyl Methyl Phosphonate Dimethyl Methyl Phosphonate Ethylene Oxide Formaldehyde Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogen Sulfide Phosphine Toluene

Benefits and Features


Guaranteed mixture accuracy ensures accurate instrument calibration. Over 40 standard mixtures available. Simulated exhaust, cigarette smoke and other custom mixtures available. Expert technical support from experienced specialists. Faster product time-to-market. Improve quality control and worker safety.

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Complete Inventory of Equipment and Accessories

We maintain an extensive inventory of high quality SCOTT equipment designed to protect the integrity of the gases you use while delivering them safely to your point-of-use. Most equipment items are available for next-day shipment. In addition, our Equipment Group can design and build a custom gas delivery system for any application.

Included in this section

Cylinder Connections Regulators Manifolds Containment Point-of-Use Flowmeters Accessories Gas Detection Electronic Applications

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Cylinder Connections

Cylinder Connections
For nearly a century, the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has been dedicated to the development and promotion of safety standards and safe practices in the industrial gas industry. CGA fittings, which are used to attach to gas cylinders, are the gas industry standard and are developed through the combined efforts of more than 200 member companies worldwide. Air Liquide offers CGA fittings for use with various gases. Gas handling equipment that connects to your gas cylinder must have a compatible CGA fitting to mate with the gas cylinder valve outlet. For safety, it is important that you do not force connections. Moreover, never use any pipe dope or Teflon tape with CGA fittings when mating to the cylinder valve. In general, these connections are designed for metal-to-metal sealing. CGA fittings come in brass, chrome-plated and stainless steel, and in a variety of pressures and sizes. A sealing washer is provided on those fittings that do not have a metal-to-metal seal. Adapters from one CGA fitting to another should not be used to connect equipment to a high-pressure cylinder. Air Liquide offers cylinder connections in a variety of configurations and materials. All SCOTT regulators come equipped with a CGA fitting that matches its intended gas service. Do not change the fitting on regulators. The CGA fitting is specific by gas type. Air Liquide recommends that regulators and sampling systems be dedicated to a specific gas service, especially when the service is with an oxidant or corrosive gas. DISS connections (Diameter Index Safety Standard) are also available for electronic applications see the following page for all available connections. CGA and DISS illustrations are available, see page 373.

Benefits/Features

Connects to cylinder valve. Includes a Teflon washer when required. Nonrotating design. End connection is 1/4" NPT Male. DISS connections are DI ultra-cleaned.

Replacement Washers
The CGAs listed below come equipped with a Teflon washer. Replacement washers are shown below.

CGA 110 170 180 320 or 330 660 or 670 705

Single Washers Q6-110-3 Q6-170-3 Q6-180-3 Q6-330-3 Q6-660-3 Q6-705-3

Pack of 10 Washers Q6-110-3-10 Q6-170-3-10 Q6-180-3-10 Q6-330-3-10 Q6-660-3-10 Q6-705-3-10

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Cylinder Connections

Cylinder Connections continued


Connections
Number CGA 110 160 165 170 180 296 320 326 330 346 347 350 500 510 540 555 580 590 660 670 677 678 679 680 695 703 705 DISS 632 634 636 638 640 642 712 714 716 718 720 722 724 726 728
* Can also be ordered with 1/8" NPT Male. ** Can also be ordered with 1/4" tube stub and 1/4" VCR male ends.

Brass 1/4" NPTM 1/4" NPTM with Check Valve

Chrome-Plated Brass 1/4" NPTM

Stainless Steel 1/4" NPTM

Q6-110B-54* Q6-160B-54* Q6-165B-54* Q6-170B-54* Q6-180B-54* Q6-296B-54 Q6-320B-54 Q6-326B-54 Q6-330B-54 Q6-346B-54 Q6-350B-54 Q6-500B-54 Q6-510B-54 Q6-540B-54 Q6-555B-54 Q6-580B-54 Q6-590B-54 Q6-660B-54

Q6-110C-54

Q6-296B-54CV Q6-320B-54CV Q6-326B-54CV Q6-346B-54CV Q6-350B-54CV Q6-510B-54CV Q6-540B-54CV Q6-580B-54CV Q6-590B-54CV

Q6-170C-54* Q6-180C-54* Q6-296C-54 Q6-320C-54 Q6-326C-54 Q6-330C-54 Q6-346C-54 Q6-350C-54 Q6-500C-54 Q6-510C-54 Q6-540C-54 Q6-580C-54 Q6-590C-54 Q6-660C-54

Q6-110SS-54 Q6-160SS-54 Q6-165SS-54* Q6-170SS-54* Q6-180SS-54* Q6-296SS-54 Q6-320SS-54 Q6-326SS-54 Q6-330SS-54 Q6-347SS-54 Q6-350SS-54 Q6-510SS-54 Q6-540SS-54 Q6-580SS-54 Q6-590SS-54 Q6-660SS-54 Q6-670SS-54 Q6-677SS-54 Q6-678SS-54 Q6-679SS-54 Q6-680SS-54 Q6-695SS-54 Q6-703SS-54 Q6-705SS-54

Q6-632SS-54** Q6-634SS-54** Q6-636SS-54** Q6-638SS-54** Q6-640SS-54** Q6-642SS-54** Q6-712SS-54** Q6-714SS-54** Q6-716SS-54** Q6-718SS-54** Q6-720SS-54** Q6-722SS-54** Q6-724SS-54** Q6-726SS-54** Q6-728SS-54**

Option: Model No. Q6-7123K is a PCTFE replacement gasket for any DISS Connection.

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Pressure Regulators

Pressure Regulators
Single vs. Two-Stage
Single-stage pressure regulators reduce cylinder pressure to delivery or outlet pressure in one step. Two-stage pressure regulators reduce cylinder pressure in two steps. Since the performance of each is influenced by mechanical characteristics, the choice of regulator depends on the requirements of the application. The two most important variables to be considered are droop and supply pressure effect. Droop is the difference in delivery pressure between zero flow conditions and the regulators maximum flow capacity. Supply pressure effect is the variation in delivery pressure as supply pressure decreases while the cylinder empties. Single-stage and two-stage regulators have different droop characteristics and respond differently to changing supply pressure. The single-stage regulator shows little droop with varying flowrates, but a relatively large supply pressure effect. Conversely, the two-stage regulator shows a considerable droop, but only small supply pressure effects. Generally, a single-stage regulator is recommended where inlet pressure does not vary greatly, or where periodic readjustment of delivery pressure does not present a problem. A two-stage regulator, however, provides constant delivery pressure with no need for periodic readjustment. Visit our website to view and purchase online from our huge selection of regulators, manifolds, flowmeters, cabinets and other gas handling equipment.

Performance Characteristics
Droop The change in delivery pressure as flow is initiated and increased through the regulator. Supply and Pressure Effect The change in delivery pressure as the inlet pressure changes. For most regulators, a decrease in inlet pressure causes the delivery pressure to increase. Repeatability The change in delivery pressure after pressure has been set by turning gas flow on and off using an external valve. Delivery Pressure Creep There are two types of creep. The first type is normal as a result of internal spring forces equalizing when the flow stops. The second type of creep is a result of contamination that, when left unchecked, can lead to regulator and/or supply line failure.

Single-Stage Regulator
Pressure Adjusting Handle (Poppet Valve Actuator) Outlet Pressure Gauge Shutoff Valve

Two-Stage Regulator
Pressure Adjusting Handle (Poppet Valve Actuator)

Bonnet (Spring Housing) 2nd Stage Diaphragm 2nd Stage Poppet Assembly

Diaphragm Poppet Assembly

Inlet Pressure Gauge

1st Stage Diaphragm 1st Stage Poppet Assembly Bonnet (Spring Housing)

1st Stage is Preset

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Pressure Regulators

Regulator Selection
Materials
General Gas Use General purpose regulators commonly have elastomeric diaphragms and are most often used in conjunction with packed valves. These regulators are typically forged brass but may be stainless steel depending on the corrosivity of the gas. Performance is satisfactory where slight contamination or diffusion from an elastomeric diaphragm is not important. Brass regulators with stainless steel diaphragms prevent air diffusion and adsorption of gases on the diaphragm. This is particularly important with low concentration mixtures of hydrocarbons where the trace component may be adsorbed on the elastomeric diaphragm. Regulators with Buna-N or neoprene diaphragms are not suitable for GC analysis that can be affected by the diffusion of atmospheric oxygen through the elastomer diaphragm or the outgassing of monomers and dimers from the elastomer. High-Purity Gas Service Specialty gases can be effectively delivered by regulators that are classified as high-purity or ultra-high-purity. High-purity regulators are typically made of brass and have stainless steel diaphragms. Ultra-high-purity regulators are typically constructed of brass or stainless steel bar stock with convoluted stainless steel diaphragms having metal-to-metal sealing without using backup O-Rings. Ultra-high-purity regulators used with highly corrosive gases typically have stainless steel diaphragms mechanically linked to the poppet assembly to provide additional sealing integrity. A high-purity regulator equipped with a stainless steel diaphragm does not outgas organic materials. It also prevents the diffusion of atmospheric oxygen into the carrier gas whereas Buna-N and neoprene diaphragms are permeable to oxygen. Operating Delivery Pressure Range Determining the proper delivery pressure can be confusing. It is important to determine two application requirements: the gas pressure that is needed and the maximum pressure that the system may require (these two pressures may be the same). Then, select the regulators delivery pressure ranges so the desired pressures are between 5 and 90% of the regulators delivery range. A regulators performance is at its best within this range. Regulator Placement (Cylinder or Line) Specialty gas regulator applications are divided into two types. The first is where the regulator is fastened to a gas cylinder using a Compressed Gas Association (CGA) fitting. The second application is where a regulator is located in a gas line, providing a means to further reduce the line pressure. A line regulator is identified by having the inlet and outlet opposite of each other with a single gauge in the 12 oclock position to indicate the reduced pressure.

Maintenance Schedule
Regulator maintenance is an important part of maximizing your systems performance and extending the service life of your regulator. Adherence will minimize downtime and enhance safety in your work area. Service Noncorrosive or corrosive. See the Regulator Selection Guide to help you select the correct regulator for your application. Leak Check With the regulator under pressure, check all connections using Snoop. Shut down the gas source if you detect a leak, reduce atmospheric pressure and tighten or redo the connection. If you are using toxic or corrosive gases, you must purge the connection first with an inert gas. Then retest. Creep Test Regulator creep is a phenomenon in which delivery pressure rises above the setpoint and occurs two ways: 1) changes to the motion of the regulator springs when gas flow is stopped, and 2) foreign material becomes lodged between the poppet and seat preventing tight shutoff. Inert Purge In order to maintain cylinder integrity and obtain optimum performance, ALL regulators should be purged. For best results, utilize dilution purging where alternating pressurizing and depressurizing the regulator with purge gas helps eliminate internal dead pockets that tend to hold contaminants. Overhaul Remove all regulators from service periodically and return them to Air Liquide for inspection and overhaul. Replacement Once the life expectancy of a regulator has been exceeded, it should be replaced to protect against unexpected failure. Contact Air Liquide for more information on purging methods and regulator maintenance.

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Pressure Regulators

Regulator Selection Guide


Gas Service Type General Purpose Ultra-High-Purity Properties Materials Body Stainless Steel Inlet Pressure Diaphragm Maximum Inlet Range Elastomer/Plastic Stainless Steel

0 6000 psig

0 3000 psig

0 1000 psig

Noncorrosive

0 500 psig

0 400 psig

Regulator Model Series 14 14A-165 14DFR 19VOC 20B 23A 23S 24 27 38 202 202-510A 205 206B 206S 208B 208S 209 211 213 215 216B 216S 217 220S 226 228B 228S 229B 242 247A80 261 262 318 500 720 730 750B 750S 2172 2700B/10B 2700S/10S 2800B 2800S 2900B 2900S 3300

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0 250 psig

High-Purity

Flammable

Aluminum

Corrosive

Reactive

Oxidant

Brass

Other

Toxic

Inert

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Most regulators offered are approved for oxygen service as per CGA 4.1 Cleaning Equipment for Oxygen Service.
Delivery Pressure Maximum Outlet Range 501 1000 psig 151 250 psig 251 500 psig Pressure Reduction Design Regulator Type Back Pressure Lecture Bottle Gauges Page No. or Online 275 296 275 277 294 278 278 297 298 298 268 280 269 291 291 281 281 268 269 271 271 291 291 272 295 299 282 282 283 300 285 301 301 270 292 286 287 288 288 272 274 274 289 289 290 290 270

76 150 psig

Single-Stage

31 75 psig

Regulator Model Series 14 14A-165 14DFR 19VOC 20B 23A 23S 24 27 38 202 202-510A 205 206B 206S 208B 208S 209 211 213 215 216B 216S 217 220S 226 228B 228S 229 242 247A80 261 262 318 500 720 730 750B 750S 2172 2700B/10B 2700S/10S 2800B 2800S 2900B 2900S 3300

O O

O O

O Optional feature

Comes with or without

Outlet Valve O O O

1001+ psig

0 30 psig

Diaphragm

Two-Stage

SCOTTY

Adjustable

Cylinder

In-Line

Preset

Piston

Outlet

Inlet

O O O O O

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Brass Regulators

General Purpose Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Models 202 and 209
These regulators are designed for general purpose, noncorrosive service. Single-stage is recommended where inlet pressure does not vary greatly. Two-stage is ideal when constant delivery pressure is desired.

Model 202

Benefits/Features
Neoprene diaphragm permits accurate delivery pressure settings. Outlet needle valve provides flow control. Sintered metal filter in the seat assembly traps foreign particles and extends regulator life.

Flow Coefficient: 202: Cv = 0.18 209: Cv = 0.15 Supply Pressure Effect: 202: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) 209: 0.1 psi per 100 psi (0 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Male and all other configurations Gauge: 2" (53 mm) face

Weight: 202: 3.4 lbs. (1.5 kg) 209: 5.1 lbs. (2.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: Neoprene Seat: Teflon Seal: Teflon Gauge: Brass Bonnet: Painted zinc

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 202A, B, C, D; 209: 3000 psig (207 bar) max 202-300, 202-510: 400 psig (28 bar) max Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C)

Model 202, 209


Brass Single-Stage Q1-202-300 or 510 Q1-202A-(*) Q1-202B-(*) Q1-202C-(*) Q1-202D-(*) Two-Stage Q1-209-(*) Q1-209A-(*) Q1-209B-(*) Q1-209C-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Flow Capacity Air scfh

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

4 50 2 15 4 50 10 125 20 250

0.3 4 0.1 1 0.3 4 0.7 9 1 17

750 350 750 1000 1500

0 100 0 30 0 100 0 150 0 400

07 02 07 0 10 0 27

0 400 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 28 0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

2 15 4 50 10 125 20 250

0.1 1 0.3 4 0.7 9 1 17

250 500 750 1000

0 30 0 100 0 150 0 400

02 07 0 10 0 27

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Brass Regulators

Chrome-Plated Regulators
High-Purity for Noncorrosive Service
Models 205 and 211
Chrome-plated regulators are designed for high-purity laboratory applications involving noncorrosive gases. Single-stage design is recommended for use where inlet pressure does not vary greatly such as with liquefied gases, or where periodic readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem. Two-stage design is recommended for use where constant delivery pressure is desired.
Model 211

Benefits/Features
Stainless steel diaphragm minimizes diffusion of air into regulator and eliminates off-gassing. High-purity regulator design permits vacuum purging of regulator. Sintered metal filters in seat assembly trap foreign particles and extend regulator service life. Chrome-plated surface provides polished appearance for easy cleaning. Chrome-plated outlet valve with diaphragm seal provides on/off flow control and helps maintain gas purity. Two-stage design ensures constant delivery pressure as inlet pressure decreases.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Single-stage design: Cv = 0.18 Two-stage design: Cv = 0.15 Supply Pressure Effect: Single-stage design: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Two-stage design: 0.04 psi per 100 psi (0 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: Single-stage design: 4.3 lbs. (1.9 kg) Two-stage design: 5.8 lbs. (2.6 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Chrome-plated brass Diaphragm: 304 Stainless Steel Seat: Teflon Seal: Teflon Bonnet: Chrome-plated zinc Gauges: Chrome-plated brass

Model 205, 211


Chrome-Plated Brass Single-Stage Q1-205A-(*) Q1-205B-(*) Q1-205C-(*) Q1-205D-(*) Two-Stage Q1-211A-(*) Q1-211B-(*) Q1-211C-(*) Q1-211D-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

2 15 4 50 10 125 20 250

0.1 1 0.3 4 0.7 9 1 17

30" Vac 0 30 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400

-1 0 2 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28

0 4000** 0 4000** 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

2 15 4 50 10 125 20 250

0.1 1 0.3 4 0.7 9 1 17

30" Vac 0 30 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400

-1 0 2 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. ** For low-pressure cylinders with <300 psig (21 bar), the Model 205 regulator is available with 0 400 psig (28 bar) cylinder gauges. Add 4G to the model number before the specified CGA. Example: Q1-205B4G-510.

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Brass Regulators

Ultra-High-Purity Regulators
For Noncorrosive Service
Models 3300 and 318
Brass regulators provide excellent service wherever precise high-pressure delivery of ultra-high-purity gases is needed. Brass construction protects gas purity and ensures long regulator service life. Single-stage design is recommended for use where inlet pressure does not vary greatly such as with liquefied gases, or where periodic readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem. Two-stage design provides constant delivery pressure with no need for periodic readjustment. Benefits/Features
Stainless steel diaphragm minimizes diffusion of air into regulator and eliminates off-gassing. Brass diaphragm-sealed outlet valve provides on/off flow control and helps maintain gas purity. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Threaded bonnet allows for easy panel mounting. Threaded holes in rear of single-stage regulator allow for front panel mounting.

Model 318

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Single-stage: Cv = 0.06 Two-stage: Cv = 0.05 Supply Pressure Effect: Single-stage: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Two-stage: 0.04 psi per 100 psi (0.003 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: Single-stage design: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg) Two-stage design: 5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Brass Gauges: Brass

Model 3300, 318


Brass Single-Stage Q1-3300A-(*) Q1-3300B-(*) Q1-3300C-(*) Q1-3300D-(*) Q1-3300E-(*) Two-Stage Q1-318A-(*) Q1-318B-(*) Q1-318C-(*) Q1-318D-(*) Q1-318E-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

1 30 2 75 4 150 7 300 10 500

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21 0.7 35

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400 0 600

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28 0 41

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

1 30 2 75 4 150 7 300 10 500

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21 0.7 35

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400 0 600

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28 0 41

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Options: Model No. Q1-HLRI helium leak rate certification Model No. Q1-CAPVENTBR captured venting configuration allows for complete capture when connected to vent line Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut

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Stainless Steel Regulators

Ultra-High-Purity Regulators
For Corrosive Service
Models 213 and 215
SCOTT stainless steel regulators provide outstanding performance in applications involving high delivery pressure where maintenance of gas purity is essential. The singlestage design is recommended for use where inlet pressure does not vary greatly such as with liquefied gases, or where periodic readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem. Two-stage design provides constant delivery pressure with no need for periodic readjustment. Benefits/Features
Stainless steel diaphragm minimizes diffusion of air into regulator and eliminates off-gassing. Convoluted stainless steel diaphragm (single-stage design) provides excellent delivery pressure accuracy. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Threaded bonnet allows for easy panel mounting. Threaded holes in rear of single-stage regulator allow for front panel mounting. Stainless steel diaphragm-sealed outlet valve provides on/off flow control and helps maintain gas purity.

Model 213

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Single-stage: Cv = 0.06 Two-stage: Cv = 0.05 Supply Pressure Effect: Single-stage: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Two-stage: 0.04 psi per 100 psi (0.003 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: Single-stage: 3.4 lbs. (1.5 kg) Two-stage: 4.9 lbs. (2.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Stainless steel

Model 213, 215


Stainless Steel Single-Stage Q1-213A-(*) Q1-213B-(*) Q1-213C-(*) Q1-213D-(*) Q1-213E-(*) Two-Stage Q1-215A-(*) Q1-215B-(*) Q1-215C-(*) Q1-215D-(*) Q1-215E-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

1 30 2 75 5 150 7 300 10 500

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21 0.7 35

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400 0 600

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28 0 41

0 4000** 0 4000** 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

1 30 2 75 5 150 7 300 10 500

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21 0.7 35

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400 0 600

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28 0 41

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. ** For low-pressure cylinders with <300 psig (21 bar), the Model 213 regulator is available with 0 400 psig (28 bar) cylinder gauges. Add 4G to the model number before the specified CGA. Example: Q1-213A4G-660.

Options: Model No. Q1-HLRI helium leak rate certification Model No. Q1-CAPVENTSS captured venting configuration allows for complete capture when connected to vent line Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut

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Stainless Steel Regulators

Tied-Diaphragm Regulators
Ultra-High-Purity for Corrosive Service
Models 217 and 2172
Tied-diaphragm regulators resist attack from strong acid-forming gases and facilitate safe handling of corrosive, toxic and reactive gases with an inlet pressure of up to 3000 psig (207 bar). They are especially useful in semiconductor manufacturing applications. Single-stage design is recommended for use where inlet pressure does not vary greatly or where periodic manual readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem. Two-stage design is recommended for use where constant delivery pressure is desired. Benefits/Features
Diaphragm and poppet are mechanically linked to provide a positive shutoff. Two-stage design features stainless steel construction and a linked poppet in both stages. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Bonnet vent port and stem packing allows for complete capturing of bonnet when connected to a vent line. Threaded bonnet allows for easy panel mounting. Threaded holes in the rear of single-stage regulator allow for front panel mounting. Stainless steel diaphragm-sealed outlet valve maintains gas purity.

Model 217

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Single-stage design: Cv = 0.06 Two-stage design: Cv = 0.05 Supply Pressure Effect: Single-stage design: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Two-stage design: 0.06 psi per 100 psi (0.004 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: Single-stage design: 3.4 lbs. (1.5 kg) Two-stage design: 4.9 lbs. (2.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Stainless steel

Model 217, 2172


Stainless Steel Single-Stage Q1-217A-(*) Q1-217B-(*) Q1-217C-(*) Two-Stage Q1-2172A-(*) Q1-2172B-(*) Q1-2172C-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

1 30 2 75 5 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276

1 30 2 75 5 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Options: Model No. Q1-HLRI helium leak rate certification Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut

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Stainless Steel Regulators

Tied-Diaphragm Regulators
Ultra-High-Purity for Corrosive Service
Model 217CP and 2172CP
Available in single or two-stage configurations, these regulators with cross purge assemblies are designed to resist attack from strong acid-forming gases. The cross purge assembly has three diaphragm packless valves and a check valve that are utilized during inert gas purging operations. Single-stage design is recommended for use where inlet pressure does not vary greatly or where periodic manual readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem. Two-stage design is recommended for use where constant delivery pressure is desired. Benefits/Features
Diaphragm and poppet are mechanically linked to provide a positive shutoff. Cross purge assembly provides an effective means to purge the CGA fitting and regulator during cylinder changeout. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Threaded bonnet allows for panel mounting.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: 217CP: Cv = 0.06 2172CP: Cv = 0.05 Supply Pressure Effect: 217CP: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) 2172CP: 0.06 psi per 100 psi (0.004 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other configurations Gauge: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 4.4 lbs. (1.9 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: PTFE Bonnet: 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Stainless steel

217CP, 2172CP
Stainless Steel Single-Stage Q1-217ACP-(*) Q1-217BCP-(*) Q1-217CCP-(*) Two-Stage Q1-2172ACP-(*) Q1-2172BCP-(*) Q1-2172CCP-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

1 30 2 75 5 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276

1 30 2 75 5 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200

-1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14

0 4000 0 4000 0 4000

0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Options: Model No. Q1-HLRI helium leak rate certification Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut

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Line Regulators

Ultra-High-Purity Regulators
For Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Models 2700 and 2710
These single-stage regulators are designed to reduce distribution system line pressure to workable levels and handle inlet pressures up to 3000 psig (207 bar). The Model 2700 is perfect for high-flow applications and the Model 2710 is for low-flow. Select brass for noncorrosive gas service and stainless steel for corrosive service.
Model 2710

Benefits/Features
Threaded bonnet allows for easy panel mounting. Threaded holes in rear of regulator allow for front panel mounting. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Port arrangement for 2700 is two inlets and two outlets. For 2710, it is one inlet and two outlets.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: 2700: Brass: Cv = 0.4 Stainless Steel: Cv = 0.6 2710: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: 2700: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) 2710: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: 1/4" compression fitting Outlet Connection: 1/4" compression fitting Gauge: 2700: 2.5" (68 mm) face 2710: 2" (53 mm) face

Weight: 2700: Brass: 4.5 lbs. (2 kg) Stainless Steel: 4.1 lbs. (1.9 kg) 2710: Brass: 2.3 lbs. (1 kg) Stainless Steel: 2.4 lbs. (1.1 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 2700B: 302 Stainless Steel 2700S, 2710B, 2710S: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: 2700B: Teflon 2700S, 2710B, 2710S: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 2700, 2710


Brass Low-Flow Q1-2710B Q1-2711B Q1-2712B Q1-2713B High-Flow Q1-2700B Q1-2701B Q1-2702B Q1-2703B Stainless Steel

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig bar

Q1-2710S Q1-2711S Q1-2712S Q1-2713S

1 30 2 100 5 300 10 500

0.1 2 0.1 7 0.3 21 0.7 35

0 60 0 200 0 400 0 600

03 0 14 0 28 0 41

Q1-2700S Q1-2701S Q1-2702S Q1-2703S

1 30 2 75 5 150 7 300

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21

0 60 0 100 0 200 0 400

03 07 0 14 0 28

Please note: If higher flowrates are required, please contact your Air Liquide representative about the Model 2700HF series regulator.

Options: Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut for Model 2700S Model No. Q1-PMN brass panel mounting nut for Model 2700B

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Special Applications Regulators

Nickel-Plated Regulators
High-Purity for Noncorrosive Service
Model 14
Model 14 Series regulators are recommended wherever precise, low-pressure delivery of high-purity gases is needed. Compact, two-stage design provides constant delivery pressure with no need for periodic readjustment. Nickel-plated brass construction protects gas purity and ensures long regulator life when used with noncorrosive gases.

Benefits/Features
Two-stage design eliminates the need to readjust delivery pressure as inlet pressure decreases. Stainless steel diaphragm on the second stage minimizes diffusion of air into regulator to eliminate off-gassing. Sintered filter protects the internal parts and extends the life of the regulator. Low internal dead volume minimizes purge time. Economical, with many years of proven service life.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 140F (-29C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.014 Supply Pressure Effect: 0.1 psi per 100 psi (0 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Female and all other configurations Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 1.8 lbs. (0.8 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Nickel-plated brass Diaphragm: Stainless steel Piston: Brass Seat: Teflon, Viton Seal: Viton Gauges: Chrome-plated brass Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass

Model 14
Nickel-Plated Brass Q1-14B-(*) Q1-14C-(*) Q1-14D-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 1 10 2 50 2 100 bar 0.1 0.7 0.1 4 0.1 7

Flow Capacity Air scfh 10 25 50

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 15 0 100 0 160 bar 01 07 0 11

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig 0 3000 0 3000 0 3000 bar 0 207 0 207 0 207

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Demand Flow Regulators


High-Purity for Noncorrosive Service
Model 14DFR
These two-stage regulators are designed for use with instruments that utilize a pump to draw calibration gas and provide the exact amount of gas required by the instrument pump. Simple to use, they make calibration quick and easy by eliminating the need for sample bags, flowmeters or special operator training.

Benefits/Features
Designed specifically for instruments utilizing a pump to draw calibration gas. Easy to use. Economical design eliminates the need for extra gas handling equipment such as bags and flowmeters.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: See Table Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 140F (-28C to 60C) Demand Pressure: -3" H2O Flow Range: 0 3 LPM Regulator Inlet Port: C10, CGA 600, or 1/4" NPT Female Outlet Connection: 3/16" barb Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 1 lb. (0.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Regulator Body: Nickel-plated brass Diaphragm: Buna-N Piston: Brass Seat and Seals: Viton and Teflon Bonnet: Aluminum Gauges: Chrome-plated brass

Model 14DFR
Nickel-Plated Brass Q1-14DFR-(*) Q1-14DFR-C10 Q1-14DFR-600 psig

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) bar 0 207 0 70 0 35 psig 3000 1000 500

Inlet Pressure (maximum) bar 207 70 35

0 3000 0 1000 0 500

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

VOC Analytical Regulators


Ultra-High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 19VOC
These regulators are designed for applications that require analysis down to the ppt level of volatile organic compound (VOC) contaminants. The 19VOCSP is supplied without pressure gauges while the 19VOCG has a cylinder pressure gauge only. Both are recommended wherever low ppm to ppt reactive calibration mixtures or ultra-highpurity carrier or zero gases are used.

Benefits/Features
Proprietary cleaning system removes any organic film and surface adhering particles to ensure a stable baseline in analysis down to ppt level of VOC contaminants. Threadless internal design, aerodynamically smooth flow passages, and standard surface finish of 15 to 20 micro inch Ra to eliminate the regulator as a contaminant source in VOC monitoring. Diaphragm and poppet are mechanically linked. Internal surface area is kept to a minimum to limit the interaction of the gaseous standard with the stainless steel surfaces within the regulator. Low internal volume for rapid purging.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 150F (-40C to 65C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.04 Supply Pressure Effect: 0.4 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 psi) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA or 1/4" compression fitting Outlet Connection: 1/4" compression fitting Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: 316 Stainless Steel Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass Gauges: 316 Stainless Steel

Model 19VOC
Brass Q1-19VOCSP-(*) Q1-19VOCGS-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 2 100 2 100 bar 0.1 7 0.1 7

Delivery Pressure Gauge

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig bar None 0 207

None None

None 0 3000

* Specify CGA. Other connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Instrument Regulators
For Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 23
These general purpose low-flow, high-precision regulators are compact and suitable for line or panel mounting in both industrial and laboratory applications. A micrometer-type adjustment offers a precision control of delivery pressure in a nonrelieving bubble-tight shutoff design. Gauge port and filter screens in both inlet and outlet connections are standard.

Benefits/Features
UL-approved for use with air, argon, helium, hydrogen, krypton, neon, oxygen, nitrogen and xenon. Bubble-tight shutoff at 100 psi (6.9 bar). Inlet and outlet filter screens. Clean room assembled. Ideal for use at flowrates below 1 SLPM (air).

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 140F (60C) max Inlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Female Outlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Female Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face (optional) Weight: 23A: 0.9 lb. (0.4 kg) 23S: 0.5 lb. (0.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: Buna-N Seat: Teflon Seal: 23A: Buna-N 23S: Viton Bonnet: Aluminum

Model 23
Aluminum Q1-23A-05 Q1-23A-10 Q1-23A-30 Q1-23A-60 Q1-23A-100 Q1-23A-200 Stainless Steel Q1-23S-05 Q1-23S-10 Q1-23S-30 Q1-23S-60 Q1-23S-100 Q1-23S-200 psig 0 0.5 1 10 1 30 1 60 1 100 1 200

Delivery Pressure Range bar 0 0.1 0.1 0.7 0.1 2 0.1 4 0.1 7 0.1 14

Option: Model 68C Series and Model 68D Series pressure gauges

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Special Applications Regulators

Vaporizing Regulators
Ultra-High-Purity, Steam or Electrically-Heated
Model 41
Model 41 Series regulators are available in steam-heated or electrically-heated versions. They are spring-loaded, pressure reducing regulators designed to heat and vaporize media before and after pressure reductions to keep condensable liquids in their gas phase. Media is heated while passing through coiled tubes inside a heating chamber.

Benefits/Features
Multi-turn potentiometer adjustment allows high resolution in temperature control (41E). Metal-to-metal diaphragm to seal (no backup O-Ring) assures maximum diffusion resistance. High-purity regulator design permits vacuum purging. Bonnet vent port (1/16" NPT Female) allows bonnet to be connected to vent line or disposal system as a precaution in the unlikely event of diaphragm failure. Pressure rated per criteria of ANSI/ASME B31.3. Filter (40 micron) in inlet traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3500 psig (241 bar) maximum Operating Steam Pressure: Model 41S: 250 psig (17 bar) Operating Temperature: Model 41E: 450F (232C) Model 41S: 400F (204C) Operating Temperature Range: Media: -15F to 450F (-26C to 232C) Ambient: -40F to 104F (-40C to 40C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Filter: 40 micron Inlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Steam Ports: Model 41S: 1/4" NPT Female Weight: 5 lbs. (2.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: Vespel Bonnet: 316 Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Tube: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: Elgiloy Spring: Elgiloy

Model 41
Stainless Steel Steam Q1-41SA Q1-41SB Q1-41SC Q1-41SD Q1-41SE Electric Q1-41EA Q1-41EB Q1-41EC Q1-41ED Q1-41EE psig

Delivery Pressure Range bar

1 25 1 50 1 100 2 250 3 500

0.1 2 0.1 4 0.1 7 0.1 17 0.2 35

1 25 1 50 1 100 2 250 3 500

0.1 2 0.1 4 0.1 7 0.1 17 0.2 35

Option: Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated panel mounting nut

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Special Applications Regulators

Acetylene Regulator
For Noncorrosive Service
Model 202-510A
This regulator is designed for acetylene service. The delivery pressure gauge is red lined above 15 psig (1 bar).

Benefits/Features
Neoprene diaphragm permits accurate delivery pressure settings. Outlet needle valve provides flow control. Sintered metal filter in the seat assembly traps foreign particles and extends regulator life. Limited delivery pressure adjustment does not allow delivery pressure above 15 psig (1 bar) as recommended for acetylene service. Red lined delivery pressure gauge provides visual indication should delivery pressure exceed allowable withdrawal pressure of 15 psig (1 bar).

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 400 psig (28 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.18 Supply Pressure Effect: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: CGA 510 Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Male Gauge: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 3.4 lbs. (1.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: Neoprene Seat: Teflon Seal: Teflon Gauge: Brass Bonnet: Painted zinc

Model 202-510A
Brass Q1-202-510A

Delivery Pressure Range psig 2 15 bar 0.1 1

Flow Capacity Air scfh 350

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 30 bar 02

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 400 bar 0 28

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Special Applications Regulators

High-Delivery Pressure Regulators


High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 208
Model 208 Series regulators provide high-pressure delivery of corrosive and noncorrosive gases under high inlet pressure conditions. Single-stage design requires periodic readjustment of delivery pressure as inlet pressure decreases. These regulators are recommended for manufacturing process and gas filling applications involving highpurity gases.

Benefits/Features
Single-stage regulator designed for pressure control of gases when pressure rise is not critical. Stainless steel or brass diaphragm outlet valve provides on/off flow control and maintains gas purity. Designed to handle high pressures up to 2500 psig (172 bar). Piston design ensures safety and extends the durability of the regulator. Threaded bonnet allows for easy panel mounting. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -15F to 140F (-26C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: Brass: 3.9 lbs. (1.8 kg) Stainless steel: 3.7 lbs. (1.7 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Piston: 316 Stainless Steel O-Ring: Viton Seat: Teflon Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 208
Brass Q1-208AB-(*) Q1-208BB-(*) Q1-208CB-(*) Stainless Steel Q1-208AS-(*) Q1-208BS-(*) Q1-208CS-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 10 800 20 1500 30 2500 bar 0.7 55 1 103 2 172

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 1000 0 2000 0 3000 bar 0 69 0 138 0 207

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 276 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Options: Model No. Q1-PMNCP chrome-plated nut for stainless steel and brass Model No. Q1-CAPVENTBR brass captured venting configuration allows for complete capture when connected to a vent line Model No. Q1-CAPVENTSS stainless steel captured venting configuration allows for complete capture when connected to a vent line

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Special Applications Regulators

High-Flow Regulators
High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 228
Available in brass and stainless steel, these single-stage regulators are designed for high-flow applications that are capable of flowrates in excess of 60 SCFM. The brass version can be used for noncorrosive applications, while the stainless steel version can be used for corrosive applications.

Benefits/Features
Unique balanced poppet stem design minimizes effect on delivery pressure caused by changes in inlet pressure. Designed to handle high flow in excess of 60 SCFM. Threaded holes in rear of regulator allow for front panel mounting.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.6 Supply Pressure Effect: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other configurations.

Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: Brass: 5.8 lbs. (2.6 kg) Stainless steel: 6 lbs. (2.7 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass bar stock or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 228
Brass Q1-228AB-(*) Q1-228BB-(*) Q1-228CB-(*) Q1-228DB-(*) Stainless Steel Q1-228AS-(*) Q1-228BS-(*) Q1-228CS-(*) Q1-228DS-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 2 30 4 75 10 150 20 250 bar 0.1 2 0.3 5 0.7 10 1 17

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 60 0 100 0 200 0 400 bar 04 07 0 14 0 28

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 275 0 275 0 275 0 275

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Very High-Flow Piston Regulators


For Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 229
These piston-type regulators are designed for very high-flow applications. The Model 229B is suitable for noncorrosive applications, while the 229S is designed for corrosive gases. The Model 229S is not recommended for oxygen service.

Benefits/Features
Balanced poppet (stem) design minimizes the effect of changes in the inlet pressure on the delivery pressure. Designed to handle high-flow in excess of 500 SCFM of air at 3000 psig (207 bar) inlet pressure. Pressure relief valve provided for 350 psig (24 bar) and 500 psig (35 bar) models to protect regulator components from over pressurization. Stainless steel filter in the inlet port traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Large low-torque handle allows easy adjustment of delivery pressure.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3750 psig (259 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 0F to 165F (-18C to 74C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 1.7 Supply Pressure Effect: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Inlet/Outlet Connection: 1/2" NPT Female Relief Valve: Self-Reseating, 1/4" NPT outlet Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: 7 lbs. (3.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 303 Stainless Steel Seats: Teflon Seals: PCTFE and Viton Filter: 316 Stainless Steel Bonnet: Brass or 300 Series Stainless Steel Other Metals Parts Exposed to Gas: Brass or stainless steel Gauges: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel

Model 229
Brass Q1-229AB Q1-229BB Q1-229DB Stainless Steel Q1-229AS Q1-229BS Q1-229DS

Delivery Pressure Range psig 20 350 40 500 100 1500 bar 1 24 3 34 7 103

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 400 0 600 0 2000 bar 0 28 0 42 0 138

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 4000 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 276 0 276 0 276

Options: Model Q1-PMRINGSP82 aluminum panel mounting ring clamp

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Special Applications Regulators

Tied-Diaphragm Regulators
High-Purity for Corrosive Service
Model 237
These single-stage tied-diaphragm regulators have been successfully used with acidforming gases such as hydrogen chloride and boron trifluoride. Constructed of aluminum silicon bronze, they demonstrate superior corrosion-resistant properties for demanding gases. Featuring both Monel nozzle and filter screens, along with a stainless steel diaphragm lined with Hastelloy C-22, this construction allows for use in high-purity applications while enhancing resistance to corrosion. Benefits/Features
High-flow capabilities for chemical process control and tube trailer unloading. Diaphragm and poppet are mechanically linked to provide a positive shutoff. Stainless steel diaphragm with Hastelloy C-22 trim maintains gas purity while providing enhanced resistance to corrosion.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: See table below Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Regulator Cv = 0.624 Outlet Valve Cv = 0.26 Supply Pressure Effect: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connections: Specify CGA Outlet Connections: 1/4" NPT Female and all other configurations Gauge: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: 7.1 lbs. (3.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum silicon brass Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel lined with Hastelloy C-22 Seats: PCTFE Seals: PTFE Gauges: 316 Stainless Steel Bonnet: Nickel chrome-plated brass

Model 237
Aluminum Silicon Bronze Q1-237A4K-(*) Q1-237B4K-(*) Q1-237A1K-(*) Q1-237B1K-(*) Q1-237A4-(*) Q1-237B4-(*) Q1-237A-(*) Q1-237B-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 3 75 10 150 3 75 10 150 3 75 10 150 3 75 10 150 bar 0.2 5 0.7 10 0.2 5 0.7 10 0.2 5 0.7 10 0.2 5 0.7 10

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 100 0 200 0 100 0 200 0 100 0 200 0 100 0 200 bar 07 0 14 07 0 14 07 0 14 07 0 14

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig 0 4000 0 4000 0 1000 0 1000 0 400 0 400 None None bar 0 276 0 276 0 70 0 70 0 28 0 28 None None

Inlet Pressure (maximum) psig 3000 3000 800 800 300 300 3000 3000 bar 207 207 55 55 21 21 207 207

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Adjustable Flow Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Model 247A80
This regulator has a built-in adjustable orifice setting, allowing the user to change the flowrates by rotating the knob. As a single-stage regulator, its designed to be used in either high or low-pressure applications.

Benefits/Features
Miniature size. Barbed hose outlet for quick hose connection. Built-in flowrate indicator.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 35F to 150F (1C to 66C) Nominal Preset Delivery Pressure: 12 psig (0.8 bar) Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Outlet Connection: 1/4" hose barb Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 16.5 lbs. (0.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum Piston: Brass Seat: Teflon Seal: Viton Gauge: Stainless steel Bonnet: Aluminum Filter: Stainless steel 40 micron

Model 247A80
Aluminum Q1-247A80-(*)

Flow Ranges LPM 0.3, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 psig

Cylinder Pressure Gauge bar 0 207

0 3000

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Low Delivery Pressure Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Model 720
With extremely accurate control of delivery pressures below 10 psig (0.7 bar), these regulators are recommended for inline use with noncorrosive, low-pressure gases. Options include CGA connections for direct cylinder connection and assembly for attachment to primary regulator outlet. Do not use these regulators with hydrogen or helium. Although these gases are compatible with the materials of construction, Air Liquide experience has shown that the seals are not sufficient to prevent leakage of those particular gases. These regulators are also not recommended for oxygen service. Benefits/Features
Economical and reliable zinc die cast construction. Large diaphragm for precise control of low delivery pressures. Protective screw cap prevents accidental change to pressure adjusting screw setting. Large easy-to-read gauge.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 165F (-40C to 73C) Inlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Male Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Zinc die cast Diaphragm: Buna-N Seat: Buna-N Seal: Buna-N, Teflon Gauge: Phosphor bronze Bonnet: Zinc die cast

Model 720
Zinc Die Cast Q1-720-(*) Q1-720B-(*) Q1-721-(*) Q1-722-(*) Q1-723-(*) psig

Delivery Pressure Range bar 0 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.7 0.7 1 psig

Delivery Pressure Gauge bar 0 0.1 01 01 02

4" 8" WC** 0.5 1** 15 5 10 10 15

0 35" WC 0 32 oz 0 15 0 15 0 30

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. ** These models require inlet pressures below 50 psig to be able to provide the full delivery pressure range. Use a Model 202 regulator to reduce higher inlet pressures down to approximately 50 psig (4 bar).

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Special Applications Regulators

Low Delivery Pressure Regulators


For Corrosive Service
Model 730
These economical low delivery pressure regulators are specifically designed for controlling highly corrosive, high-pressure gases at low delivery pressures. They are extremely reliable and ideal for laboratory applications when running bench scale chemical reactions. These regulators should not be used in chlorine service or with any gas that is not compatible with polyvinyl chloride. They are not recommended for oxygen service.

Benefits/Features
Polyvinyl chloride body and stainless steel trim provide excellent corrosion resistance. Large diaphragm for precise control of low delivery pressures. Stainless steel needle valve provides sensitive flowrate control.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (206 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 0F to 125F (-17C to 51C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.011 Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Male Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Diaphragm: Teflon Seat: PCTFE, sapphire Seal: PCTFE, Teflon Gauge: Stainless steel Bonnet: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

Model 730
Polyvinyl Chloride Q1-730-(*) Q1-731-(*) psig

Delivery Pressure Range bar 0.1 0.4 psig

Delivery Pressure Gauge bar 01

0 18" WC 16

0 15

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Low Delivery Pressure Regulators


High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 750
These metal diaphragm regulators provide highly accurate delivery pressures of 0.2 to 2 psig (0.01 0.1 bar) for inlet pressures as high as 3000 psig (206 bar). The large effective diaphragm sensing area provides quick response, accurate and dependable regulation, and long service life. Two-stage design provides constant delivery pressure with no need for periodic pressure readjustment. The Model 750B is suitable for use with high-purity noncorrosive gases and the 750S is perfect for mildly corrosive gases. Benefits/Features
Two-stage regulator design ensures constant delivery pressure as the inlet pressure decreases. Type 304 Stainless Steel diaphragms minimize diffusion of air into regulator and eliminate off-gassing associated with elastomeric diaphragms, thus maintaining high gas purity. Large 3 (76.2mm) diaphragm in the second stage allows for accurate control of delivery pressure down to 0.15 psig (0.01 bar). Low-torque multi-turn handknob provides sensitive outlet pressure control. Pressure relief valve protects regulator from over pressurization.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (206 bar) maximum Flowrate: 18 SCFH N2 maximum at 2000 psig inlet pressure Operating Temperature Range: -4F to 122F (-20C to 50C) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge Size: Model 750B: 1.8" (44.5 mm) face Model 750S: 2" (53 mm) face Interstage Relief Valve Setting: 45 psig (3 bar) Weight: 5 lbs. (2.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Model 750B: Chrome-plated brass Model 750S: 316L Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 304 Stainless Steel Other Wetted Surfaces: Brass or stainless steel Seats: First Stage: PCTFE Second Stage: EPDM or Viton Seals: PCTFE Bonnets: Black anodized aluminum Gauges: Chrome-plated brass or 316 Stainless Steel

Model 750
Brass Q1-750B-(*) Stainless Steel Q1-750S-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 0.2 2 bar 0.01 0.1

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 03 bar 0 0.2

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 4500 bar 0 315

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Back-Pressure Regulators
High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 2800
These high-purity back-pressure regulators are designed to control the internal pressure in an instrumented system. Unlike pressure reducing regulators, these control inlet pressure rather than outlet or downstream pressures and operate like highly sensitive adjustable relief valves. The inlet pressure is controlled by relieving pressure from the system to maintain pressure at or below a desired level. They are commonly used to prevent over pressurization of storage vessels, compressors and pumping systems. Benefits/Features
Convoluted stainless steel diaphragm provides precise pressure relief accuracy. Threaded holes in rear of regulator allow front panel mounting for pressure control at the point-of-use. Threaded bonnet allows for easy rear panel mounting.

Specifications
Rated Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 165F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.08 Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female

Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Extra HP Port Plug: 1/4" NPT Female Weight: 2.1 lbs. (1 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass bar stock or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: PCTFE Bonnet: Brass bar stock or 316 Stainless Steel

Model 2800
Brass Q1-2800AB Q1-2800BB Q1-2800CB Q1-2800DB Stainless Steel Q1-2800AS Q1-2800BS Q1-2800CS Q1-2800DS psig 3 30 4 50 10 100 20 250

Controlled Pressure Range bar 0.2 2 0.3 4 0.7 7 1 17

Options: Model No. Q1-CAPVENTSS Capture bonnet vent connection for stainless steel regulators Model No. Q1-CAPVENTBR Capture bonnet vent connection for brass regulators Model No. Q4-68EB-(*) brass 2" gauge 1/4" NPT Male Model No. Q4-68ES-(*) stainless steel 2" gauge 1/4" NPT Male
Please note: Specify maximum pressure.

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Special Applications Regulators

High-Pressure Piston Regulators


High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 2900
These single-stage piston regulators are available in brass or stainless steel and are designed to handle high inlet pressures up to 6,000 psig (414 bar). The stainless steel version is designed to handle high inlet pressures up to 10,000 psig (690 bar). Both are recommended for manufacturing and gas filling process applications.

Benefits/Features
Piston sensed design provides a safe and durable regulator where high delivery pressures are required. Low-torque handle allows for easy adjustment of delivery pressure, even at high inlet/outlet pressure differentials. Sintered metal filter protects internal components to extend regulator service life.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: Brass: 6,000 psig (414 bar) maximum Stainless Steel: 10,000 psig (690 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -65F to 140F (-55C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: 1 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Filter Size: 40 microns Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Male Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face

Weight: Brass: 5 lbs. (2.3 kg) Stainless Steel: 5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass bar stock or 303 Stainless Steel Piston: 300 Series Stainless Steel O-Ring: Viton Seat: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Filter: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Bonnet: Brass bar stock or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 2900
Brass Q1-2900AB-(*) Q1-2900BB-(*) Q1-2900CB-(*) Q1-2900AS-(*) Q1-2900BS-(*) Stainless Steel

Delivery Pressure Range psig 200 1500 300 3500 400 6000 200 3500 400 6000 bar 14 103 21 241 28 414 14 241 28 414

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 2000 0 4000 0 7500 0 4000 0 7500 bar 0 138 0 276 0 518 0 276 0 518

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 7500 0 7500 0 7500 0 10,000 0 10,000 bar 0 518 0 518 0 518 0 690 0 690

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Special Applications Regulators

Low Internal Volume Regulators


High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Models 206 and 216
Designed for portable calibration and analyzer applications, these regulators are available in both stainless steel and brass. Low internal volumes allow for rapid purging the Model 206 is a single-stage regulator with an internal volume of 3.03 cc, while the Model 216 is a two-stage regulator with an internal volume of only 8.6 cc. Use the Model 216 when constant delivery pressure is desired.
Model 206

Benefits/Features
Compact and light weight for easy transportation. Low internal dead volume minimizes purge time. The diaphragm is convoluted to provide excellent accuracy.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: Model 206: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Model 216: 0.4 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations. Gauge Ports: 1/8" NPT Female Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female

Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: Model 206: 1.3 lbs. (0.6 kg) Model 216: 2.6 lbs. (1.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: Model 206: 316 Stainless Steel Model 216: 1st stage: 316 Stainless Steel 2nd stage: Elgiloy Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Anodized black aluminum Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 206, 216


Brass Single-Stage Q1-206AB-(*) Q1-206BB-(*) Q1-206CB-(*) Two-Stage Q1-216AB-(*) Q1-216BB-(*) Q1-216CB-(*) Stainless Steel

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig bar

Q1-206AS-(*) Q1-206BS-(*) Q1-206CS-(*)

1 30 2 75 4 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

0 60 0 100 0 200

04 07 0 14

0 3000 0 3000 0 3000

0 207 0 207 0 207

Q1-216AS-(*) Q1-216BS-(*) Q1-216CS-(*)

1 30 2 75 4 150

0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10

0 60 0 100 0 200

04 07 0 14

0 3000 0 3000 0 3000

0 207 0 207 0 207

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Options: Model No. Q4-62B4MFL brass diaphragm valve Model No. Q4-62S4MFL stainless steel diaphragm valve

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Special Applications Regulators

Ultra-High-Flow Regulators
For Noncorrosive Service
Model 500
These pilot dome-loaded regulators are designed for direct installation to cryogenic vaporizer systems to provide ultra-high downstream flows while maintaining constant delivery pressure. This unique unibody design with integral porting eliminates the need for the pilot regulator thus eliminating numerous connections. Model 500 regulators are supplied entirely installed on a stainless steel panel providing for convenient, wallmounted installation. An ideal application area is laser delivery either from cryogenic or high-pressure supply. Here, the low pressure drop at high flowrates maximizes throughput in a laser cutting or welding application. The flow vs. pressure drop performance characteristic of the Model 500 as compared to competitive brands can be viewed by the curve below.
Outlet Pressure psig

Benefits/Features
High-flow capacity allows flows in excess of 12,000 SCFH of nitrogen at 400 psig inlet. Balanced poppet (stem) minimizes effect of changes in inlet pressure on delivery pressure settings. Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Extra inlet port allows connection to a purge regulator, pressure switch, purge valve or inlet pressure gauge. Overall compact design allows for easy installation in areas where space is a premium. High-pressure version accepts inlet pressures up to 3000 psig (207 bar) allowing use on highpressure cylinders.

Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 1 Inlet and Outlet Connections: 12" NPT Female Dimensions (with bracket): 10.8" x 5.5" (274 mm x 140 mm) Weight: 8 lbs. (4 kg)

500 450 400 350 300 250 3,000 9,000

600 psi supply pressure

375 psi supply pressure

Materials of Construction
Body and Bonnets: Brass bar stock Gauge: Brass internals with drawn steel case Other Metal Parts Exposed to Gas: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Sensing Element: Pilot Regulator: 316 Stainless Steel diaphragm Dome Regulator: 316 Stainless Steel piston Seals: Viton Wall Bracket: Stainless steel

15,000 Flow in SCFH N2

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: See Table Filter: 40 micron Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face

AirLiquide Competitive Systems

Model 500
Brass Q1-500E1K Q1-500E3K psig 1000 3000

Inlet Pressure (maximum) bar 69 207

Delivery Pressure Range (dual scale) psig 100 500 100 500 bar 7 35 7 35

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 1000 0 1000 bar 0 69 0 69

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Special Applications Regulators

Face-Seal Connection Regulators


Ultra-High-Purity for Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Models 1000 and 1500
VCR and VCR-compatible (vacuum face-seal) fittings are becoming more and more popular in ultra-high-purity, welded gas handling systems, such as those found in semiconductor manufacturing facilities. State-of-the-art, Automatic Tube Welding (ATW) equipment allows Air Liquide to offer a selection of stainless steel regulators equipped with butt-welded, vacuum face-seal connections. Additionally, Air Liquide offers a complete line of stainless steel gauges, inlet CGA nipples, diaphragm-sealed valves and filters with mating vacuum face-seal connections. These accessories enable Air Liquide to custom configure many regulator assemblies without using pipe threads or compression fittings to join components. Model 1000 Single-stage, ultra-high-purity pressure reducing regulators with welded vacuum face seal connections: 14" female swivel inlet and outlet ports, 14" male swivel gauges port(s) with installed 14" female swivel gauge(s). Contact your Air Liquide representative for information on additional specifications and options available. Model 1500 Tied-seat (positive seal), single-stage, ultra-high-purity pressure reducing regulators with welded vacuum face-seal connections: 14" female swivel inlet and outlet ports, 14" male swivel gauges port(s) with installed 14" female swivel gauge(s). Contact your Air Liquide representative for information on additional specifications and options available. Benefits/Features
VCR configuration requires zero axial clearance which provides for ease of component installation and removal. Gasket/face-seal design provides a metal-tometal seal with no entrapment zones. No threads in flow path eliminate generation of unwanted metal particles. VCR versatility permits use in both vacuum and positive pressure applications. Optional positionable captured vent bonnet allows for 360 rotation of bonnet vent port without changing regulator position. Optional High-Purity Internal Connections (HPIC) machined inside the regulator body and designed to be compatible with VCR (or equivalent) male swivel vacuum face-seal connections provide economical alternative to welded fittings.

Model 1000

Male Connector with VCR Gasket

Optional Accessories
0.01 Micron Membrane Filters (14" MVCR x 14" MVCR) 2 Micron High-Pressure Filters (14" MVCR x 14" MVCR) Check Valves (14" MVCR x 14" MVCR) Diaphragm-Sealed Valves (14" MVCR x 14" MVCR) Pressure Gauges (14" FVCR) CGA or DISS x 14" Male Vacuum (VCR) Cylinder Connections Male Connector (14" NPT Male x 14" MVCR) Gaskets: Nickel for 14" Vacuum (VCR) or PCTFE for DISS

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Lecture Bottle Regulators

General Purpose Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Model 20
These single-stage regulators are designed specifically for lecture bottles. The Model 20, with brass construction, is perfect for use with noncorrosive gases.

Benefits/Features
Compact and lightweight, with swivel inlet connection. Outlet angle-style needle valve is standard.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 2500 psig (172 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 120F (-28C to 48C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.05 Regulator Inlet Port: 20BS: 1/8" NPT Female 20B, 20C: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Male Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 2 lbs. (0.9 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: Neoprene Seat: PCTFE Seal: Neoprene Bonnet: Chrome-plated zinc Gauge: Phosphor bronze/beryllium copper

Model 20
Brass Q1-20BS-165 Q1-20B-(*) Q1-20C-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 2 15 2 15 2 100 bar 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.1 7

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 30 0 30 0 150 bar 02 02 0 10

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 400 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 28 0 276 0 276

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Lecture Bottle Regulators

Ultra-High-Purity Regulators
For Corrosive Service
Model 220
These single-stage regulators are designed specifically for lecture bottles. The Model 220 features stainless steel construction for applications involving high-purity corrosive gases.

Benefits/Features
Filter traps foreign matter, extends regulator life and reduces maintenance. Stainless steel diaphragm minimizes diffusion of air into regulator and eliminates off-gassing. Convoluted stainless steel diaphragm provides excellent delivery pressure accuracy.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Connection: CGA 110 or 180 Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female and all other configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 2.9 lbs. (1.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: PCTFE Seal: Teflon Bonnet: 300 Stainless Steel Gauge: Stainless steel

Model 220
Stainless Steel Q1-220AS-(*) Q1-220BS-(*)
* Specify CGA 110 or 180.

Delivery Pressure Range psig 1 30 2 75 bar 0.1 2 0.1 5

Delivery Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 bar -1 0 4 -1 0 7

Cylinder Pressure Gauge (dual scale) psig 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 276 0 276

Option: Model No. Q4-62S4MFL diaphragm valve

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SCOTTY Regulators

Low-Flow Regulator
High-Purity for Noncorrosive Service
Model 14A
Designed for use with SCOTTY 14, 48 and 221 cylinders. This compact, two-stage low-flow regulator has a CGA 160 or 165 inlet and is recommended for use with noncorrosive gases.

Benefits/Features
Compact, lightweight its small size fits easily into confined spaces. Low internal dead volume minimizes purge time. Excellent for diffusion resistance. Economical, many years of proven service life.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 300 psig (20 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 0F to 140F (-17C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.014 Inlet Connection: CGA 160 or 165 Outlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Female Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 3.2 lbs. (1.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Nickel-plated brass Diaphragm: Stainless steel Piston: Brass Seat: Viton, Teflon Seal: Viton Gauges: Phosphor bronze, Beryllium copper Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass

Model 14A
Nickel-Plated Brass Q1-14A-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 1 10 bar 0.1 0.7

Flow Capacity Air SCFH 10

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 15 bar 01

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig 0 300 bar 0 21

* Specify 160 for SCOTTY 14 or 165 for SCOTTY 48 and 221.

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SCOTTY Regulators

General Purpose Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Model 24
Designed for use with SCOTTY 14, 48 and 221 cylinders. This compact, lightweight, single-stage regulator has a CGA 160 or 165 inlet and is recommended for use with noncorrosive gases.

Benefits/Features
Miniature size. Nonrelieving type. Tamper-resistant, locking control knob. Delivery pressure can be preset.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 300 psig (20 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 35F to 150F (1C to 65C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.36 Inlet Connection: CGA 160 or 165 (1/4" AN flare) Outlet Connection: CGA 165 1/4" NPT Female Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Outlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 1 lb. (0.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: Viton Seat: Acetal Seal: Viton Gauge: Phosphor bronze Bonnet: Acetal

Model 24
Brass Q1-24AV-(*)-(**) Q1-24BV-(*)-(**) Q1-24CV-(*)-(**)

Delivery Pressure Range psig 1 10 2 25 5 50 bar 0.1 0.7 0.1 2 0.3 4

Delivery Pressure Gauge

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig bar 0 28 0 28 0 28

None None None

0 400 0 400 0 400

* Specify CGA 160 for SCOTTY 14 or CGA 165 for SCOTTY 48 or 221. ** Specify outlet connections below by adding a suffix code number only to the regulator model number. Assembly included. Suffix Code 1: needle valve, brass, 1/4" NPT Male (Model No. Q4-61B-4M) Suffix Code 2: hose connection, 1/4" diameter with integral flow orifice 1900 to 2800 mL/min (Model No. Q5-91H-B440)

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SCOTTY Regulators

Piston Regulators
For Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Models 27 and 38
Designed for use with certain SCOTTY Transportable cylinders, the Model 27 is perfect for noncorrosive service that does not contain materials that can be absorbed by polymers. The Model 38 features stainless steel construction for critical applications where high-accuracy corrosive mixtures are used.
Model 38

Benefits/Features
Compact and economical. Hand tightened assembly to cylinder is excellent for field applications. Integral inlet and outlet fittings provide a compact regulator for transportable cylinders. An outlet orifice and preset delivery pressure provide a gas flowrate up to its preset capacity after the valve is opened. Pressure gauge monitors cylinder pressure.

Inlet Pressure: maximum 27A, 27B: 1000 psig (69 bar) 27D: 500 psig (35 bar) 38: 1000 psig (69 bar) Operating Temperature Range: -5F to 140F (-40C to 73C) Inlet Connection: 27A, 27B and 38: C-10 5/8 18 UNF 27D: 600 CGA Outlet Connection: 27A & 27B: 3/16" hose barb 27D: 3/16" hose barb 38: 3/16" hose barb Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 27: 1 lb. (0.5 kg) 38: 0.4 lb. (0.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 27: Nickel-plated brass 38: Stainless steel Piston: 27: Brass 38: AlSl304 Seat: Teflon Seal: Viton O-Rings: Viton Gauge: 27: Phosphor bronze 38: Stainless steel Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass

Specifications
SCOTTY Cylinder: 27: SCOTTY 17, 35 and 105 38: SCOTTY 34 and 58

Model 27, 38
Nickel-Plated Brass Q1-27A-(*)-C10 Q1-27B-(*)-C10 Q1-27D-600 Q1-38A-(*)-C10 Q1-38B-(*)-C10
* Specify nominal flowrate: 300 mL/min leave blank 500 mL/min insert 5 700 mL/min insert 7 (Model 38 only) 900 mL/min insert 9 (Model 27 only) 1000 mL/min insert 10 1500 mL/min insert 15

On/Off Valve Stainless Steel No Yes Yes No Yes

Nominal Preset Capacity psig * * 300 mL/min * * bar * * * *

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig 0 1200 0 1200 0 500 0 1200 0 1200 bar 0 83 0 83 0 35 0 83 0 83

2500 mL/min insert 25 5000 mL/min insert 50 6000 mL/min insert 60 (Model 27 only) 7000 mL/min insert 70 (Model 38 only) 9000 mL/min insert 90 (Model 27 only)

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SCOTTY Regulators

High-Purity Regulators
For Noncorrosive/Corrosive Service
Model 226
Designed for use with SCOTTY 48, 74 and 110 cylinders. The 226A, B and C versions of this regulator feature cylinder pressure gauges, while the 226AD, BD and CD feature delivery pressure gauges.

Benefits/Features
Compact size and light weight design for easy transportability. Elgiloy diaphragm minimizes diffusion resistance and provides accurate and stable pressure control. Sintered filter protects the internal components and extends service life.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 500 psig (35 bar), 2000 (137 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/8" NPT Female Inlet Connection: Specify CGA Outlet Connection: 1/8" NPT Female and all other configurations

Gauge Size: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 0.7 lb. (0.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum Diaphragm: Elgiloy Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Aluminum Gauges: Stainless steel

Model 226
Aluminum Cylinder Gauge Q1-226A-(*) Q1-226B-(*) Q1-226C-(*) Q1-226AS-(*) Delivery Gauge Q1-226AD-(*) Q1-226BD-(*) Q1-226CD-(*)

Delivery Pressure Range psig bar

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig bar

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig bar

1 25 1 60 3 100 1 25

0.1 2 0.1 4 0.2 7 0.1 2

None None None None

None None None None

0 600 0 600 0 600 0 2000

0 41 0 41 0 41 0 138

1 25 1 60 3 100

0.1 2 0.1 4 0.2 7

0 60 0 100 0 200

04 07 0 14

None None None

None None None

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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SCOTTY Regulators

Preset Flowrate Regulator


For Noncorrosive Service in I/M Applications
Model 242
Designed for use with the SCOTTY 221 cylinder. These regulators are preset to deliver the appropriate pressure and flow for auto emission analyzer calibration.

Benefits/Features
Viton diaphragm to maintain calibration gas stability. An outlet orifice and preset delivery pressure. UL listed for use with carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, propane, nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen mixtures. Pressure gauge monitors cylinder pressure. Special low-flow seat assembly provides delivery pressure stability like a two-stage regulator.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 400 psig (20 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 0F to 175F (-17C to 79C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.36 Inlet Connnection: CGA 165 Outlet Connection: 1/4" barb hose Gauge: 1.5" (41 mm) face Weight: 1 lb. (0.5 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Diaphragm: Viton Seat: Brass Seal: Viton Gauge: Phosphor bronze Bonnet: Aluminum

Model 242
Brass Q1-242A-165 Q1-242B-165 Q1-242C-165

Nominal Preset Delivery Pressure psig 8 15 5 bar 0.5 1 0.3

Preset Flowrate L/m 8 8 6

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig 400 400 400 bar 0 28 0 28 0 28

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SCOTTY Regulators

General Purpose Regulators


For Noncorrosive Service
Models 261 and 262
Designed for use with the SCOTTY 17 cylinder. These regulators are compact and economical.
Model 262

Benefits/Features
CGA 600 inlet is an integral part of the regulator body. On/off integral valve provides shutoff without removing the regulator. Compact size and light weight design for easy transportability.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 300 psig (20 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 261: 40F to 100F (4C to 37C) 262: -20F to 130F (-28C to 54C) Inlet Connection: CGA 600 Outlet Connection: 261: 1/4" barb hose 262: 1/8" tube Gauge Size: 261AG: 1.5" (41 mm) face Orifice: 262: 0.005" (0.13 mm) Weight: 261: 0.4 lb. (0.2 kg) 262: 0.5 lb. (0.2 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: 261: Aluminum 262: Brass Diaphragm: 261: Neoprene 262: Epichlohydrin, polyester Seat: 261: Neoprene 262: Rubber compound 3635 Seal: Cork Gauge: 261: Phosphor bronze Bonnet: 261: Aluminum 262: Brass

Model 261, 262


Aluminum Q1-261A-(*)-600 Q1-261AG-(*)-600 Q1-262A-600
* As an option, specify a preset flowrate: 300 mL/min insert 3 500 mL/min insert 5 1000 mL/min insert 10

Delivery Pressure Range Brass psig 2 40 2 40 1 25 bar 0.1 3 0.1 3 0.1 2

Cylinder Pressure Gauge psig None 0 300 None bar None 0 21 None

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High-Purity Primary ChangeOvers


Model 8ACS
SCOTT 8ACS Series changeover manifolds provide continuous flow of gas between a primary and a secondary or backup supply. When a primary gas supply has been depleted, the changeover unit automatically switches to a secondary supply. A downstream line regulator should be used to eliminate resulting pressure fluctuation and to ensure constant delivery pressure to the application. Use of a changeover system prevents gas outages caused by empty cylinders or the waste of gas due to premature cylinder changeouts. The Model 8ACS incorporates two diffusion-resistant regulators with packless inlet valves to allow supply banks to be completely isolated. Available in either brass or stainless steel, the unit is also equipped with a stainless steel bracket for wall mounting. Benefits/Features
Prevents gas outages and waste caused by premature cylinder changeout. Improves operating efficiency of process by increasing uptime and reducing labor costs. Protects gas purity with diffusion-resistant regulators designed for high-purity applications. Isolates gas source completely during changeout through use of diaphragm valves. Compact design saves space. Easy to operate.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum 300 psig (21 bar) minimum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Flow Capacity: 360 SCFH (N2) maximum Inlet Connections: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 11 lbs. (4.9 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Pigtails: 36" stainless steel flexible pigtail with brass or 316 Stainless Steel CGA fittings as appropriate Seats: Teflon Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel

Model 8ACS
Brass Q8-ACS-B-B-(*) Stainless Steel Q8-ACS-S-B-(*)

Inlet Pressure Gauge psig 0 4000 bar 0 276

Delivery Pressure Range (Nonadjustable) psig 150 165 bar 10 11

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 400 bar 0 28

* Replace with CGA from table below.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Oxygen

CGA Connection** 590 580 320 350 540

Code A5 N2 CD H2 O2

Optional Equipment
Annunciator Flash arrester Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves Pressure switches Check valves (2 required one for each pigtail)

** Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. If your system requires CGA 350 (flammable) or CGA 540 (oxygen), an explosion-proof switch should be used. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Option: Indicating pressure switch gauges with annunciator can be added to this system by placing an A at the end of the part number (i.e. Q8-ACS-B-B-N2A)

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High-Flow Primary ChangeOvers


Model 8AS
SCOTT High-Flow Automatic ChangeOver Manifolds provide the ideal solution for gas delivery applications that require an uninterrupted high-flow of gas. Designed to provide 50 SCFM of nitrogen, this system allows depletion of gas from one source without concerns of gas outages or gas waste due to premature changeouts. This unique design can be used in applications such as blanketing or filling other vessels that require high-flow of gas.

Benefits/Features
Eliminates costly downtime by providing constant, uninterrupted gas flow. Automatic cylinder bank changeover reduces operating and labor cost. Check valves prevent backflow of gas.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (200 bar) maximum 300 psig (14 bar) minimum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 1.2 Flow Capacity: Up to 50 SCFM of nitrogen Inlet Connection: Specify CGA, 1/2" NPT Female ports Outlet Connection: 1/2" NPT Male with a flow restrictor Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 10.5 lbs. (4.8 kg)

Materials of Construction
Changeover Bodies: Brass or stainless steel Diaphragms: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: EPR Bonnet: Brass or stainless steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Pigtails: 36" stainless steel flexible pigtail with brass or 316L Stainless Steel CGA connections as appropriate

Model 8AS
Brass Q8-AS-B-HF-(*)-3 Stainless Steel Q8-AS-S-HF-(*)-3

Inlet Pressure Gauge psig 0 4000 bar 0 276

Delivery Pressure Range (Nonadjustable) psig 160 200 bar 11 14

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 400 bar 0 28

* Replace with CGA from table below.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Oxygen

CGA Connection** 590 580 320 350 540

Code A5 N2 CD H2 O2

Optional Equipment
Annunciator Flash arrester Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves Pressure switches Check valves (2 required one for each pigtail)

** Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. If your system requires CGA 350 (flammable) or CGA 540 (oxygen), an explosion-proof switch should be used. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Option: Indicating pressure switch gauges with annunciator can be added to this system by placing an A at the end of the part number (i.e. Q8-AS-B-HF-N2-3A)

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High-Purity ChangeOver Systems


Model 8RCS
8RCS Series changeover systems provide continuous flow of gas between a primary and a secondary or backup supply. When a primary gas supply has been depleted, the changeover unit automatically switches to the secondary supply. The Model 8RCS features a built-in line regulator that ensures constant delivery pressure. Both models incorporate dual diffusion-resistant regulators with packless inlet valves to allow the supply banks to be completely isolated. This system is available in brass or stainless steel and equipped with a stainless steel bracket for wall mounting. Benefits/Features
Protects gas purity with diffusion-resistant regulators designed for high-purity applications. Prevents gas outages caused by empty cylinders. Eliminates wasted gas due to premature cylinder changeouts. Improves operating efficiency of process by increasing uptime and reducing labor costs. Isolates gas source completely during changeout through use of diaphragm valves. Provides constant delivery pressure during changeover. Compact design allows for tight space requirements.

Specifications
Changeover Regulator Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum 300 psig (21 bar) minimum Switchover Pressure: 200 psig (14 bar) Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Flow Capacity: 240 SCFH (N2) maximum Inlet Connections: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Line Regulator Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum

Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.15 Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 13 lbs. (5.9 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Seat and Seals: Teflon Pigtails: 36" flexible stainless steel with brass or 316L CGA fittings as appropriate

Model 8RCS
Brass Q8-RCS-B-D-(*) Stainless Steel Q8-RCS-S-D-(*)

Inlet Pressure Gauge psig 0 4000 bar 0 276

Delivery Pressure Range psig 10 150 bar 0.7 10

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 200 bar 0 14

* Replace with CGA from table below.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Oxygen

CGA Connection** 590 580 320 350 540

Code A5 N2 CD H2 O2

Optional Equipment
Annunciator Flash arrester Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves Pressure switches Check valves (2 required one for each pigtail)

** Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. If your system requires CGA 350 (flammable) or CGA 540 (oxygen), an explosion-proof switch should be used. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Option: Indicating pressure switch gauges with annunciator can be added to this system by placing an A at the end of the part number (i.e. Q8-RCS-B-D-N2A)

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High-Purity ChangeOver Systems


Model 8404
SCOTT 8404 ChangeOver Systems combine diffusion-resistant regulators and diaphragm-sealed valves to create a compact gas delivery system in a panel mounted enclosure. It provides continuous gas flow from two separate sources (cylinders or banks) to your application. When one source empties, the changeover system automatically draws from the second source. The first source can then be changed without interruption to the outlet pressure. The 8404 Series includes high-pressure inlet and vent valves, allowing for isolation and complete removal of entrapped air and moisture from startup, or after a cylinder changeout. Auxiliary access ports provide versatility to change location of high-pressure inlet ports or to add additional pigtails creating up to a four-cylinder changeover without the added cost of header manifolds. Benefits/Features
Eliminates costly downtime by providing constant, uninterrupted flow of high-purity gases. Prevents gas outages and wasted gas due to premature cylinder changeout. Optimizes system purity by allowing line purging and cleaning before adding a new cylinder. Reduces operating costs by facilitating scheduled cylinder changeouts. Safe purge vent in rear protects operators. Cleaned for oxygen service. Optional pressure switch and annunciator alert operator when changeover has occurred.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psi (207 bar) maximum Switchover Pressure: 220 psig (15 bar) Differential Pressure: 50 psig (4 bar) per regulator maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 165F (-40C to 74C) Flow Capacity: 240 SCFH (N2) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Gauge: 2.5" (67 mm) face Weight: 20 lbs. (9 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316L Stainless Steel Diaphragms: 316 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Seats: Teflon Nonwetted Panel: Powder-coated steel Bonnets: Brass or stainless steel Pigtails: 36" flexible stainless steel with brass or 316L CGA fittings as appropriate

Model 8404
Brass Q8404BR1-(*) Q8404BR2-(*) Stainless Steel Q8404SR1-(*) Q8404SR2-(*)

Inlet Pressure Gauge psig 0 4000 0 4000 bar 0 276 0 276

Delivery Pressure Range psig 10 100 10 200 bar 0.7 7 0.7 14

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 200 0 400 bar 0 14 0 28

* Replace with CGA from table below.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Oxygen

CGA Connection** 590 580 320 350 540

Code A5 N2 CD H2 O2

Optional Equipment
Annunciator Flash arrester Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves Pressure switches Check valves (2 required one for each pigtail)

** Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. If your system requires CGA 350 (flammable) or CGA 540 (oxygen), an explosion-proof switch should be used. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Option: Indicating pressure switch gauges with annunciator can be added to this system by placing an A at the end of the part number (i.e. Q8404-BR1-N2A)

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Manifolds and Delivery Systems

Electronic ChangeOver Systems


Model 8404E
This fully automatic changeover manifold controls gas delivery from two independent banks of cylinders. Changeover between banks occurs automatically when one bank is depleted, ensuring a continuous and uninterrupted supply of gas and eliminating the need to manually reset levers or valves. The 8404E also features an integrated circuit that electronically monitors and displays cylinder bank pressure as well as delivery pressure.

Benefits/Features
Micro controller monitors all functions and controls changeover. Easily accommodates future cylinder expansion with addition of header extensions. Standard audible/visual alarm. Check valves prevent discharge of gas from pigtails when changing cylinders.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: 0F to 140F (-18C to 60C) Flowrate: 1200 SCFH at 225 psig (16 bar) of air maximum Inlet Port: 1/2" NPT Female Outlet Port: 1/2" NPT Female Regulator Helium Leak Rate: 1x10-8 SSCM Enclosures: Control: Fiberglass, NEMA 4X, light gray color Mechanical: Steel, powder-coated, NEMA 1, light gray Electrical/International Power Range: 90-264V AC single phase, 50-60 Hz, 1 amp

Pressure Sensors: Transducers, stainless steel internals Weight: Controller: 5 lbs. (2.3 kg) Enclosure: 25 lbs. (11.3 kg)

Materials of Construction
Regulator Bodies: Brass: High-purity bar stock Stainless Steel: High-purity bar stock Pigtail: 24" stainless steel flexible pigtail with brass or 316L Stainless Steel CGA connections as appropriate Diaphragm: Stainless steel Seats: PCTFE Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Painted zinc

Model 8404E
Brass Q8404EB-(*)-(2**) Stainless Steel Q8404ES-(*)-(2**) psig 10 225

Delivery Pressure Range bar 0.7 16

* Replace with CGA from table below. ** Each unit comes with 2' pigtails with integral check valves. Longer lengths are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Nitrous oxide

CGA Connection 590 580 320 326

Code A5 N2 CD N3

Optional Equipment
Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves

Other cylinder connections are available. For applications involving flammable gas or oxygen service please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Liquid ChangeOver Systems


Model 8404L
SCOTT Liquid ChangeOver Systems are designed to provide a continuous supply of vaporized gas from two or more cryogenic liquid containers. It allows the user to deplete gas in a container without the concerns of gas outages and wasting unused gas as a result of premature changeouts. When in use, the built-in gas saver circuit directs accumulated pressure from the reserve supply container to the process before the container relief valve opens, venting useable product to the atmosphere. When the system is not operating, the gas saver circuit inactivates allowing both containers to accumulate pressure and vent to atmosphere. Adequate ventilation should therefore be provided to safely remove or dispense the gaseous discharge. Benefits/Features
Eliminates costly downtime by providing constant, uninterrupted gas flow. Prevents gas outages and wasted gas due to premature dewar changeouts. Reduces operating costs by permitting scheduled dewar changeouts. Cleaned for oxygen service. Built-in gas saver circuit eliminates waste by preventing the reserve supplys accumulated head gas pressure from being discharged to the atmosphere. Check valves prevent discharge of gas from pigtails when changing dewars.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 600 psig (41 bar) maximum Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0 200 psig (0 14 bar) Inlet Pressure Gauge: 0 600 psig (0 41 bar) Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.02 Flow Capacity: 200 SCFH (N2) at 220 psig (15 bar) minimum inlet pressure Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face Outlet Fitting: 1/4" compression Weight: 12 lbs. (5.4 kg)

Materials of Construction
Body: Nickel-plated brass or 316L Stainless Steel Diaphragms: 316L Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass Internal Metal Parts Exposed to Brass: Brass or stainless steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Pigtails: Standard 60" (152.4 cm) 316 Stainless Steel (other lengths available) CGAs: Brass or 316L Stainless Steel Panel: 14-gauge powder-coated steel

Model 8404L
Adjustable Delivery Pressure Model Number Brass Q8404LB1-(*) Q8404LB2-(*) Q8404LB3-(*) Stainless Steel Q8404LS1-(*) Q8404LS2-(*) Q8404LS3-(*) psig bar

Changeover Primary Switching Band psig bar Gas Saver Circuit (Economizer) psig bar Safety Relief (Minimum) psig bar

Dewar Pressure Build Circuit (Minimum) psig bar

90 150 150

6 10 10

100 130 180 200 200 220

79 12 14 14 15

190 290 400

13 20 28

230 350 500

16 24 35

160 220 240

11 15 17

90 150 150

6 10 10

100 130 180 200 200 220

79 12 14 14 15

190 290 400

13 20 28

230 350 500

16 24 35

160 220 240

11 15 17

* Replace with CGA from table below. Please note: Each unit comes with 5' pigtails with integral check valves. Longer lengths are available.

Gas Service Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Oxygen

CGA Connection 580 320 540

Code N2 CD O2

Optional Equipment
Annunciator Flow limit shutoff valves Pressure relief valves Pressure switches Check valves (2 required one for each pigtail)

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High-Purity Backup Systems


Model 8BGS and 8BDS
These systems are designed to provide automatic backup gas supply where gas generators, cryogenic dewars, compressors or house line gases are the primary source of process gas. They allow supply systems to be turned off for service or maintenance without disturbing the gas flow to high-purity applications. Unlike changeover systems, SCOTT backup systems automatically provide backup gas on an as needed basis, buffering deficiencies in supply pressure. The system activates (backs-up) when the supply pressure drops below the preset pressure and deactivates when the supply pressure rises above the preset pressure allowing for the primary source of gas to flow. Monitoring or operator adjustments are not required during the backup activation or deactivation. The 8BGS system is provided with a low inlet primary pressure gauge for use with gas generators and low-pressure house lines. The 8BDS utilizes a higher inlet pressure gauge to accommodate pressure readings from liquid dewars and compressors. Benefits/Features
Prevents sudden and unexpected gas outages. Improves operating efficiency by eliminating downtime. Automatically switches between gas sources with no manual intervention necessary. Compact design allows for easy wall mounting near primary gas source. Diaphragm-sealed valves allow for either supply pressure isolation or cylinder isolation when a change of cylinders is required.

Model 8BGS

Specifications
Inlet Pressure High-Pressure Backup: 3000 psig (206 bar) maximum Low-Pressure Supply: See Table Minimum Pressure: 60 psig (4 bar) Preset Backup Pressure: Q8BXS-X-50: 50 psig (4 bar) Q8BXS-X-100: 100 psig (7 bar) Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Capacity: Q8BXS-X-50: 30 SLPM N2 Q8BXS-X-100: 60 SLPM N2 Flow Coefficient: Two-Stage Backup Regulator: Cv = 0.06 Line Regulator: Cv = 0.15

Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet/Outlet Connection: Specify CGA, 1/4" NPT Female and all other inlet/outlet configurations Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face Weight: 10.5 lbs. (4.8 kg)

Materials of Construction
Regulator Bodies: Brass or stainless steel Diaphragms: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: Teflon Seals: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or stainless steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Wall Mounting Bracket: Aluminum

Model 8BGS
Brass Q8BGS-B-50-(*) Q8BGS-B-100-(*) Q8BDS-B-50-(*) Q8BDS-B-100-(*) Stainless Steel Q8BGS-S-50-(*) Q8BGS-S-100-(*) Q8BDS-S-50-(*) Q8BDS-S-100-(*)

Low-Pressure Primary (maximum) psig 180 180 380 380 bar 12 12 26 26

Low-Pressure Primary Gauge psig 0 200 0 200 0 400 0 400 bar 0 14 0 14 0 28 0 28

Delivery Pressure Range psig 4 45 5 90 4 45 5 90 bar 0.3 3 0.4 6 0.3 3 0.4 6

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 100 0 200 0 100 0 200 bar 07 0 14 07 0 14

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. Please note: Other versions are available to backup dewars, and are offered with higher inlet and outlet pressure ranges please inquire.

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Single-Station Manifold
Model 8100
Our exclusive single-station manifolds (with bracket and 24" flexible stainless steel pigtails) provide a safe, cost-effective means of connecting and changing out cylinders by eliminating the need to repeatedly handle the regulator during cylinder changeout. Available in single or dual-cylinder configurations, these manifolds are compatible with all SCOTT regulators and assure that gas is delivered contaminant-free.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) Operating Temperature Range (with regulator): -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Connection: 1/4" NPT Bracket Dimensions: 2" x 4" x 9" (5 cm x 10 cm x 24 cm) Weight: 4 lbs. (2 kg) without regulator

Single-Cylinder Q81B(**)2 Q81B3(*)-(**)2 Q81B8(*)-(**)2 Q81S(**)2 Q81S1(*)-(**)2 Q81S5(*)-(**)2

Double-Cylinder Q81C(**)2 Q81C3(*)-(**)2 Q81C8(*)-(**)2 Q81T(**)2 Q81T1(*)-(**)2 Q81T5(*)-(**)2

Description

Materials of Construction
Brass without Regulator Brass with Model 3300 Regulator Brass with Model 318 Regulator Stainless Steel without Regulator Stainless Steel with Model 213 Regulator Stainless Steel with Model 215 Regulator Bracket: Rigid flat stock with 316L Stainless Steel 1/4" NPT Male coupling Pigtail: Stainless steel flexible pigtail with brass or 316L Stainless Steel CGA connection as appropriate Check Valve Brass: Brass, Viton Stainless Steel: 316 Stainless Steel, Viton Isolation Valves (included in double-cylinder configurations): Brass: Brass, PCTFE, diaphragm packless, Teflon tape Stainless Steel: 316 Stainless Steel, PCTFE, diaphragm packless, Teflon tape

* Replace with desired regulator's delivery pressure range from table below. ** Replace with desired CGA from table below. Other cylinder connections are available. Please note: Each unit comes with 2' pigtails with integral check valves. Longer lengths are available.

Delivery Pressure Range psig 1 30 2 75 4 150 7 300 10 500 bar 0.1 2 0.1 5 0.3 10 0.5 21 0.7 35

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 30" Vac 0 60 30" Vac 0 100 30" Vac 0 200 0 400 0 600 bar -1 0 4 -1 0 7 -1 0 14 0 28 0 42 Code A B C D E

Optional Equipment
Flash arrester Tee purge assembly Cross purge assembly 2' to 6' stainless steel flexible armored pigtails with integral check valves Longer 3' to 6' stainless steel flexible pigtails with integral check valves Pressure relief valve Indicating pressure switch Annunciator Flow limit shutoff valve Gas safety cabinet

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Corrosives Hydrocarbons Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Hydrogen chloride Oxygen

CGA Connection 590 580 320 660 510 350 330 540

Code A5 N2 CD C6 HY H2 HC O2

Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Manifolds and Delivery Systems

Header Manifold
Model 8200
These manifolds provide a safe and cost-effective way to connect multiple high-pressure gas cylinders to the same gas supply line. This increases both gas storage capacity and flowrate. The 8200 provides a means for a continuous supply of gas and eliminates costly unscheduled downtime by reducing the frequency of cylinder changeouts. Storing cylinders in a centralized location improves overall system safety as well. Built-in check valves prevent gas backflow while packless diaphragm station valves help ensure gas purity. Single-row manifolds are designed for wall mounting and have station valves and pigtails for cylinder connections. Double-row manifolds are designed for pedestal mounting and have a pair of opposing inlets. Pigtails are positioned 12" apart.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: Brass: -40F to 160F (-40C to 71C) Stainless steel: -40F to 200F (-40C to 93C) Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg) per station Station Manifold Spacing: 12" (305 mm) center-to-center Manifold Header: Brass: 7/8" O.D. x 0.200" wall seamless tubing (22 mm x 5.1 mm) Stainless steel: 1/2" (12 mm) pipe, Schedule 80

Model 8200
Brass Single-Row Q8202B(*)-(**)2 Q8203B(*)-(**)2 Q8204B(*)-(**)2 Q8205B(*)-(**)2 Q8206B(*)-(**)2 Q8207B(*)-(**)2 Double-Row Q8202CL-(**)2 Q8203CL-(**)2 Q8204CL-(**)2 Q8205CL-(**)2 Stainless Steel Number of Stations

Q8202S(*)-(**)2 Q8203S(*)-(**)2 Q8204S(*)-(**)2 Q8205S(*)-(**)2 Q8206S(*)-(**)2 Q8207S(*)-(**)2

2 3 4 5 6 7

Materials of Construction
Wall Mounting Bracket: Hot-rolled flat stock steel Pigtail: 24" stainless steel flexible pigtail with brass or 316L Stainless Steel CGA connections as appropriate Check Valve Brass: Brass, Viton Stainless steel: 316 Stainless Steel, Viton Station Valve(s): Brass: Brass, PCTFE, Teflon tape, stainless steel diaphragm Stainless steel: Stainless steel, PCTFE, Teflon tape, stainless steel diaphragm

Q8202TL-(**)2 Q8203TL-(**)2 Q8204TL-(**)2 Q8205TL-(**)2

4 6 8 10

* Specify left (L) or right (R) side outlet connection. ** Replace CGA from table below. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative. Please note: Each unit comes with 2' pigtails with integral check valves. Longer lengths are available.

Gas Service Air Argon, helium or nitrogen Carbon dioxide Hydrogen, methane or carbon monoxide Oxygen

CGA Connection 590 580 320 350 540

Code A5 N2 CD H2 O2

If your system requires CGA 540 (oxygen), we do not recommend the use of stainless steel header manifolds. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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CEMStation
Model 81M
SCOTT CEMStations enhance safety, efficiency and purity when handling EPA protocol gases, CEM zero gases and other calibration standards. The 81M serves as a complete cylinder restraint and pressure reduction system and with a changeover manifold, it can help assure an uninterrupted supply of calibration and support gases. It is an essential tool to avoid CEM downtime as well as possible noncompliance actions resulting from exhausted supplies of environmental gases. SCOTT CEMStations can be designed to meet requirements for any application where cylinder restraint and pressure reduction equipment is needed. Available in two and four-cylinder standard configurations, they are constructed of heavy 50 mm square steel tubes, with a fully welded support structure and finished in chemical resistant epoxy. Polypropylene straps with nonslip spring catches safely secure gas cylinders to racks. Steel safety chains can be added as an optional secondary support and security in case of fire. Angle-base design with predrilled holes permit easy floor mounting while overhead framing allows mounting of pressure reduction equipment for convenient accessibility. Benefits/Features
Reduces maintenance costs and improves safety by eliminating the need to struggle with the regulator during cylinder changeouts. Eliminates costly leaks with helium test to assure system integrity. Prevents backflow of gas with check valve. Provides a simple, inexpensive means of connecting the gas cylinder to the distribution tubing.

Popular Configurations
We can design any configuration to meet your specific needs call us to discuss options and custom CEMStation design solutions. 2-Cylinder, 2 Protocols One 8100 manifold with Model 318 brass, two-stage regulator; one 8100 manifold with Model 215 stainless steel, two-stage regulator 4-Cylinder, 2 Protocols One 8100 manifold with Model 318 brass, two-stage regulator; one 8100 manifold with Model 215 stainless steel, two-stage regulator 4-Cylinder, 2 Protocols with Zero Air One 8100 manifold with Model 318 brass, two-stage regulator; one 8100 manifold with Model 215 stainless steel, two-stage regulator; one 8404 changeover system for zero air

Components
Racks 2-Cylinder with restraints 4-Cylinder with restraints Single-Station Manifold, Model 8100 Model 318 brass, two-stage regulator and 2' pigtail Model 215 stainless steel, two-stage regulator and 2' pigtail High-Purity Panel ChangeOver System, Model 8404 Brass with line regulator and line purge High-Purity ChangeOver System, Model 8RCS Brass with line regulator

Optional Equipment
Indicating pressure switches Annunciator Flash arrester Flow limit shutoff valve Pressure relief valves Check valves Changeovers Single-station manifolds

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Cylinder Storage and Accessories

Gas Safety Cabinets


Model 9-1SC
Protect workers and equipment by preventing gas-related accidents at the source. Improper gas cylinder storage can cause serious workplace hazards. Gas users must be aware of the dangers associated with storing and using compressed gases, including potential for asphyxiation, flammability, toxicity and high-pressure hazards. Gas leaks due to improper handling, regulator failure, mechanical stress and corrosion are common in many industrial and laboratory facilities. Hazardous and corrosive gases such as hydrogen chloride, chlorine or ammonia should be isolated from the workplace to minimize personnel exposure from toxic leaks. Safe cylinder gas storage is also addressed in Federal and local OSHA building and fire codes. Model 9-1SC Cylinder Gas Cabinets are designed to provide a safe and cost-effective means to isolate hazardous gas cylinders from the surrounding workplace. The cabinets can safely store one to four standard size gas cylinders. Benefits/Features
11-gauge steel with diamond deck flooring provides one of the sturdiest constructions available. Integral sprinkler system provides an extra measure of fire protection. Horizontally and vertically adjustable cylinder brackets accommodate a large range of cylinder sizes. Wide range of standard and custom manifold configurations to suit your application. Provides ultimate protection and meets Uniform Building Code, Uniform Fire Code Article 80, Federal OSHA, Cal OSHA, NFPA, SEMI Standards and International Fire Codes. Epoxy painted texture finish on outside and smooth finish on inside enhances cabinet appearance. Louvered panel on base of door(s) provides maximum coverage of air flow through cabinet. Removable white back panel on inside rear of cabinet can be used to mount the gas delivery system. Door(s) and access window(s) close and latch automatically preventing them from being accidentally left open.

Materials of Construction
Cabinet/Door: Steel, 11-gauge, all welded one piece construction Window: 1/4" wire, reinforced safety glass (hinged top), Teflon bottom catch. One hour rated for fire. Flooring: Diamond deck, no ramps required

Specifications
Integral Sprinkler: Fuse Rating: 165F (74C) Flow Capacity: 40 GPM Ventilation: 13 air changes per minute Exhaust Stack: 6" (152 mm) standard. Other sizes available: 8" (203 mm), 10" (254 mm) Color: Nitro Blue

Optional Equipment
Adjustable shelves Keyed door latch Air intake filter Custom cabinets and colors Fusible link fire damper

Model Number Q9-1SC

Description 1-Cylinder Cabinet

Dimensions* 72" x 18" x 18" (183 cm x 46 cm x 46 cm) 72" x 18" x 46" (183 cm x 46 cm x 70 cm) 72" x 18" x 36" (183 cm x 46 cm x 91 cm) 72" x 18" x 48" (183 cm x 46 cm x 122 cm)

Weight 245 lbs. (111 kg) 285 lbs. (129 kg) 370 lbs. (168 kg) 395 lbs. (179 kg)

Q9-2SC

2-Cylinder Cabinet

Q9-3SC

3-Cylinder Cabinet

Q9-4SC

4-Cylinder Cabinet

*HxDxW Additional labor charges may apply for installation of manifold in cabinet. For bulkhead connection, specify type and location. Gas cabinets are also available for use with lecture bottles and small capacity cylinders please consult your Air Liquide representative.

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Cylinder Storage and Accessories

Cylinder Racks and Separators


Model 84CS and 84PCS
Model 84CS Cylinder Racks and Separators provide a convenient means to organize gas cylinder storage. These separators fully surround cylinders with 2" square steel heavy gauge tubes welded and sealed with powder-coated epoxy. Two levels of welded steel chains with bit snaps make cylinder racking easy and convenient. The two-chain restraint model allows for the safe storage of both full cylinders and 7 or 7AL cylinders. Dual-restraint should be used for short cylinders and additional seismic protection. Model 84PCS Process Gas Racks are designed to provide a safe and cost-effective means to mount gas cylinders and delivery systems where wall space is inaccessible. The manifold platform is wide enough for complete manifolds and/or gas control panels. The back-to-back process racks save space where multiple gas cylinders are in use. SCOTT Cylinder Racks and Separators are available in standard and custom configurations from one to 16-cylinder capacities. All listed units meet or exceed requirements for UFC, NFPA, CGA and OSHA, as well as Seismic Zone 4 requirements. Materials of Construction
Body: Durable 2" (51 mm) square steel tube, all welded assembly Finish: Powder-coated and UV resistant

The National Fire Code requires that all process gases be anchored to a strong structure while being used. Model 84 gas racking systems provide the necessary support when anchored to concrete with 1/2" (13 mm) steel anchor bolts.

Model Number Q5-84CS-224

Description 2 Bays 2 cylinders deep 3 Bays 2 cylinders deep 2 Bays 3 cylinders deep 3 Bays 3 cylinders deep Process Gas Rack 2 cylinders wide Process Gas Rack 4-cylinder, 2D x 2 bay back-to-back Process Gas Rack 3 cylinders wide Process Gas Rack 6-cylinder, 2D x 3 bay back-to-back Process Gas Rack 4 cylinders wide Process Gas Rack 8-cylinder, 2D x 4 bay back-to-back

Dimensions* 30" x 26" x 30" (76 cm x 66 cm x 76 cm) 44" x 26" x 30" (112 cm x 66 cm x 76 cm) 30" x 38" x 30" (76 cm x 97 cm x 76 cm) 44" x 38" x 30" (112 cm x 97 cm x 76 cm) 25" x 16" x 61" (64 cm x 41 cm x 155 cm) 25" x 22" x 61" (64 cm x 56 cm x 155 cm) 36" x 16" x 61" (91 cm x 41 cm x 155 cm) 36" x 22" x 61" (91 cm x 56 cm x 155 cm) 50" x 16" x 61" (127 cm x 41 cm x 155 cm) 50" x 22" x 61" (127 cm x 56 cm x 155 cm)

Weight** 120 lbs. (54 kg) 165 lbs. (75 kg) 154 lbs. (70 kg) 211 lbs. (96 kg) 105 lbs (48 kg) 139 lbs. (63 kg) 139 lbs. (63 kg) 145 lbs. (66 kg) 145 lbs. (66 kg) 173 lbs. (79 kg)

Q5-84CS-234

Q5-84CS-324

Q5-84CS-334

Q5-84PCS-5

Q5-84PCS-5BB

Q5-84PCS-6

Q5-84PCS-6BB

Q5-84PCS-7

Q5-84PCS-7BB

* Approximate W x D x H ** Approximate weight please inquire.

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Cylinder Storage and Accessories

Heating and Insulating Cylinder Jackets


Mix several hydrocarbon components in a cylinder, then expose that cylinder to low temperature. Youll have a sticky situation. Heavier molecules drop out of the gas mixture and stick to the cylinder walls, seriously compromising the accuracy of the mixture. You can, however, prevent hydrocarbon and protocol mixtures from condensing. Our cylinder jackets feature a self-limiting heating cable that prevents overheating. As temperature increases, element resistance rises resulting in lower amperage to the heater. Lower amperage causes a wattage drop, thus limiting maximum attainable temperatures. SCOTT cylinder jackets maintain cylinders temperature from 60F (-18C) to 120F (49C) depending on ambient temperature..

Benefits/Features
Eliminates inaccurate calibration and process control caused by temperature-compromised gas mixtures. Heats and insulates to prevent cylinder contents from condensing. Even distribution of heating cable prevents hot spots that can cause dangerous cylinder failure. Velcro/D-Ring closures ensure a snug fit. Closed-cell foam insulation, with siliconeimpregnated fiberglass liner and polyester exterior jacket, provide long-lasting weather protection. Ideally suited for natural gas, power plant and utility applications. Fluoropolymer overjacket protects heat cable from corrosion.

Includes 10' of 3 color-coded conductors in a flexible conduit ready for hard-wiring by a licensed electrician. Constructed of materials approved by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. for Class 1, Division 2, Group B, C and D.

Important:
These jackets are NOT designed to heat up cylinders that have been stored in cold or subfreezing temperatures. Cold cylinders should be brought indoors to warmup BEFORE the cylinder jacket is used. Under certain circumstances, when the ambient air is cold and wind chill factor is high high heat losses will be experienced and an insulated top cover may be required to maintain published temperatures. Hood shown is optional please inquire.

Specifications
Jacket Maintain Temperature: at 70F Ambient: 120F (49C) at 0F Ambient: 60F (16C) Voltage Rating: 110/120 VAC

Optional Equipment
Thermostat in NEMA 7 housing Cylinder pad Regulator cover

Model Number Q5AD2G120P

Cylinder Size 44

Dimensions 12" x 51" (29 cm x 130 cm) 11" x 47" (27 cm x 119 cm) 11" x 33" (27 cm x 84 cm) 11" x 15" (27 cm x 38 cm) 12" x 55" (30 cm x 140 cm) 17" x 45" (43 cm x 114 cm)

Electrical 14' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (154W, .78A) 12' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (132W, 1.1A) 10' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (110W, .92A) 8' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (88W, .73A) 16' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (176W, 1.47A) 19' of internal wire, 8 watts/ft. at 50F, 9.3 watts/ft. @ 32F 11 watts/ft. at 0F (209W, 1.74A)

Q5ALD2G120P

30AL

Q5BLD2G120P

16AL

Q5CLD2G120P

7AL

Q5KD2G120P

49

Q5XLD2G120P

108

Other sizes, temperatures and voltage ratings are available please inquire.

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Cylinder Storage and Accessories

Analog Cylinder Scales


Model 88LC
The Model 88LC liquid cylinder scale is a cost-effective way to keep track of liquid gas usage. Its rugged industrial design and convenient features assure a long service life. To operate, the scale indicator is adjusted to the cylinder tare weight and the weight of the contents is read directly. It is recommended for all liquefied gases (N2O, NH3, CO2, fluorocarbons, etc.) and also for use in supercritical fluid applications. Benefits/Features
Low profile so cylinders roll on and off without lifting. Noncorrosive platform. Explosion-proof, hydraulic load cell system. Accommodates cylinders from 7" to 16" (178 mm to 406 mm) in diameter.

Specifications
Dimensions: 13-1/2" x 18-1/2" x 1-5/8" (343 mm x 470 mm x 41 mm) Total Capacity: 300 lbs. (136 kg) gross Maximum Tare: 200 lbs. (91 kg) Accuracy: 1% full-scale Dial: 4.5" (114 mm) diameter Weight: 25 lbs. (11 kg)

Model Number Q5-88LC

Description Cylinder Scale with Analog Readout

Cylinder Hand Truck


Model 82
Single and double-cylinder hand trucks are designed for easy and safe transport of compressed gas cylinders. Both models are manufactured of tubular steel with double welding at all joint areas for added strength and long service life. Benefits/Features
Dual-rear carriages are retractable and provide greater stability. Heavy-duty polypropylene cylinder strap. 8" semi-pneumatic main wheels for Model 82S. 10.5" fully pneumatic main wheels for Model 82D.

Model Number Q5-82S Q5-82D

Description Single-Cylinder Hand Truck Double-Cylinder Hand Truck

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Cylinder Storage and Accessories

Cylinder Wall Bracket


Model 84W
This cylinder wall bracket is made of rugged cast aluminum. Its compact contour design allows cylinders to fit firmly along the support edge. A 1" (25 mm) wide nylon strap has a nickel-plated nonslip spring catch and buckle for fast adjustment. The bracket can support cylinders up to 14" (356 mm) in diameter. Recessed mounting holes are located in each end of the bracket for easy mounting to wall.

Model Number Q5-84W Q5-84WRS

Description Cylinder Wall Bracket Replacement Strap

Cylinder Bench Bracket


Model 84B
Gas cylinders can be safely secured to most bench and tabletops with this cylinder bench bracket. Made of rugged cast aluminum, the bracket clamps to any flat surface up to 2.5" (64 mm) thick with a 1.5" (38 mm) overhang, and is tightened by a large handle. The tightening screw has a rubber pad to prevent slippage and damage to the surface. Screw holes in the bracket permit permanent attachment to the surface. Cylinders are held safely in place on the support by a 1" (25 mm) wide nylon strap that has a nonslip spring catch and buckle to accommodate gas cylinders from 4" to 14" (102 mm to 356 mm) in diameter.

Model Number Q5-84B Q5-84WRS

Description Cylinder Bench Bracket Replacement Strap

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Gas Distribution Panels

Modular Gas Panels


Model 7MGP
Model 7 Modular Gas Panels make it easier than ever to control specialty gases at point-of-use when the gas source is located remotely. Gas pressure, purity, filtration and distribution can all be controlled conveniently in a single unit with preassembled, snap-in panels. Available in stainless steel and brass, any combination of pressure regulators, purifiers, moisture traps and outlet valves can be configured to meet virtually any laboratory requirement. Modular design provides unlimited flexibility to meet existing and future laboratory requirements. Units can be wall or bench mounted, or suspended from a ceiling. Panels snap into a prefabricated metal frame and are connected to the primary gas supply via flexible, stainless steel tubing. All panels are tested and cleaned before shipping to assure purity. Pressure control panels feature a high-purity regulator with gauge and purifier bypass valve. Purification panels provide protection against contaminants in the gas supply. Moisture and hydrocarbon traps are available. Delivery panels feature up to five outlets, with a separate shutoff valve for each outlet. Benefits/Features
Easy to Install individual panels mount on a prefabricated, expandable, metal mounting frame. Flexible Design complete modular unit can be mounted on a wall, lab bench or suspended from a ceiling. High-Purity Construction leak-free system components are designed, cleaned and built to maintain gas purity. Convenience provides control of gas pressure, purity and distribution at point-of-use, with up to five outlets with shutoff valves. Cost Savings panels are shipped completely assembled, tested and ready for service. Installation is quick and easy.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Purifier Module: Indicating moisture/hydrocarbon (other purifier module options are also available) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Filter: 40 micron Panel Inlet Connection: 1/4" compression Panel Outlet Connection(s): 1/4" compression Gauge Size: 2.5" (67 mm) face

Materials of Construction
Regulator/Valve Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seal: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Panel: 14-gauge steel Finish: Textured epoxy paint

Model 7MGP (3 Modules)


Brass Q7MGPBMIH2 Q7MGPBMIH3 Q7MGPBMIH4 Q7MGPBMIH5 Stainless Steel Q7MGPSMIH2 Q7MGPSMIH3 Q7MGPSMIH4 Q7MGPSMIH5 Number of Outlets 2 3 4 5

Delivery Pressure Range psig 0 100 0 100 0 100 0 100 bar 07 07 07 07

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 160 0 160 0 160 0 160 bar 0 11 0 11 0 11 0 11

Custom modifications are available for other regulator, purifier and valve outlet module configurations. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Gas Distribution Panels

Point-of-Use Panels
Model 7P
Model 7P Point-of-Use Panels provide a practical way to regulate and control specialty gases at the process point or location of GC equipment when gases are stored in a remote location. Panels can incorporate up to four high-purity regulators that protect the integrity of laboratory gases. Rear entry inlet ports allow for tubing to be installed safely behind the panel. Standard delivery pressure range is 0 100 psig (0 7 bar). Other delivery pressure ranges are available. Model 7PS features stainless steel construction for durability when used with corrosive gases. Model 7PB features brass construction and is recommended for use with noncorrosive gases only. Benefits/Features
High-purity design protects gas from contamination. Rear entry regulator inlet ports allow for piping to be installed behind the panel. Protects lab instruments via precision control of gas delivery. Prevents confusion between gases at point-of-use. Stainless steel diaphragm eliminates off-gassing. High-purity diaphragm-sealed outlet valve provides gas flow control and positive shutoff.

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.06 Supply Pressure Effect: 2 psi per 100 psi (0.1 bar per 7 bar) Regulator Inlet Port: 1/4" NPT Female Inlet/Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Gauge Size: 2" (53 mm) face

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Seats: PCTFE Seal: Teflon Bonnet: Brass or 300 Stainless Steel Gauges: Brass or stainless steel Panel: 14-gauge steel power-coated paint

Model 7P
Brass Q7PB1 Q7PB2 Q7PB3 Q7PB4 Stainless Steel Q7PS1 Q7PS2 Q7PS3 Q7PS4 Number of Outlets 1 2 3 4

Delivery Pressure Range psig 0 100 0 100 0 100 0 100 bar 07 07 07 07

Delivery Pressure Gauge psig 0 200 0 200 0 200 0 200 bar 0 14 0 14 0 14 0 14

Custom modifications are available for other regulator, purifier and valve outlet module configurations. Please contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

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Flow Measurement

Summary of Flow Measurement Equipment


When controlling the gas flowrate in your application is critical, Air Liquide offers numerous solutions to ensure flowrates and purity at the point-of-use. Contact your Air Liquide representative for more information.

Flowmeter Type Model Number or Series Low-Flow Purge 32 Series 65 mm Variable Area 30 Series 150 mm Variable Area 31 Series

Accuracy (full-scale) 10%

Flow Ranges 6

Flow (maximum) 100 SCFH

Application Purging applications requiring visual inspection that gas is flowing. General plant and laboratory applications.

10%

16

20 SCFH

5% special tubes available to 1% 10%

8 tube sizes, 31 different gases 4

65 SLPM

General plant, laboratory and research applications.

High-Capacity Variable Area 28 Series Mass Flow 36A Series Controller 36E Secondary Electronics

15 SCFM

Offers means of measuring gas at higher capacities. Suitable for plant and lab use.

1%

11

20 LPM

Automatic control and digital flowrate display of gas flow for research, laboratory and process gases.

Low-Flow Purge Meters


Model 32
The Model 32 Series purge meters are designed as a practical approach to low flowrate indication of noncorrosive gases at lowest possible cost. They offer an economical means of measuring gas at low pressures where 10% accuracy is acceptable. The metering tube for each flowmeter is molded directly into a clear, high impact polycarbonate plastic body. A direct reading scale for air in standard cubic feet per hour (SCFH) at 70F and 14.7 psia is provided on the meter body. A unique valve design allows bubble-tight shutoff. An integral bezel and threaded mounting screw permits either flush or front panel mounting. Make certain the gas you are using is compatible with the materials of construction.

Specifications
Operating Pressure: 100 psig (7 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 130F (-28C to 54C) Scale Length: 37 mm standard Accuracy: 10% full-scale Repeatability: 1% instantaneous reading Connections: 18" NPT Female

-2
Model Number Q2-32A Q2-32B Q2-32C Q2-32D Q2-32E Q2-32F Metering Float Material Glass 316 Stainless Steel Glass 316 Stainless Steel Glass 316 Stainless Steel

Range SCFH Air at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) 0.3 3 0.5 6 1 10 2 20 5 50 10 100

Materials of Construction
Body and Tube: Polycarbonate plastic Connections and Valve: 316 Stainless Steel O-Ring Seal: Viton

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Flow Measurement

65 mm Variable Area Flowmeters


Model 30
Model 30 Series variable area flowmeters have a 65 mm flow tube and a single float. The flow tubes read directly in standard cubic feet per hour (SCFH), standard cubic centimeters per minute (SCCM) or standard liters per minute (SLPM) of air. The flow tubes are replaceable. These flowmeters are available in aluminum or stainless steel construction with a stainless steel metering valve. Select your model from the table below. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 200 psig (14 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 200F (93C) maximum Accuracy: 10% full-scale Repeatability: 1% full-scale Scale Length: 65 mm direct reading standard Connection: 18" NPT Female rear outlet fitting

Materials of Construction
Metering Tubes: Borosilicate glass Floats: Glass, stainless steel, carboloy depending upon flow range selected Tube Packing and O-Rings: Viton-A Float Stops: Teflon

End Fittings
Aluminum Q2-30A-1 Q2-30A-3 Q2-30A-7 Q2-30A-8 Q2-30A-9 Q2-30A-12 Q2-30A-METRIC0 Q2-30A-METRIC1 Q2-30A-METRIC2 Q2-30A-METRIC3 Q2-30A-METRIC4 Q2-30A-METRIC5 Q2-30A-METRIC6 Q2-30A-METRIC7 Q2-30A-METRIC8 Q2-30A-METRIC9 Stainless Steel Q2-30S-1 Q2-30S-3 Q2-30S-7 Q2-30S-8 Q2-30S-9 Q2-30S-12 Q2-30S-METRIC0 Q2-30S-METRIC1 Q2-30S-METRIC2 Q2-30S-METRIC3 Q2-30S-METRIC4 Q2-30S-METRIC5 Q2-30S-METRIC6 Q2-30S-METRIC7 Q2-30S-METRIC8 Q2-30S-METRIC9 Metering Float Material Glass Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Glass Stainless Steel Carboloy Glass Glass Glass Stainless Steel Glass Stainless Steel Glass Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Carboloy

Range Air at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) 0.2 1 SCFH 0.5 5 SCFH 2 18 SCFH 5 45 SCFH 10 80 SCFH 10 120 SCFH 8 50 SCCM 5 85 SCCM 40 440 SCCM 100 950 SCCM 0.2 2 SLPM 0.4 4 SLPM 0.5 7 SLPM 1 13 SLPM 6 24 SLPM 4 44 SLPM

Option: Model No. Q2-31P-2, Tripod Baseplate

Replacement Parts
Model Number Q2-30P-1-(*) Q2-30P-1M-(**) Q2-31P-3L Q2-31P-3M Q2-31P-3H Description Meter Tube with SCFH Scale. Includes Packing and Stops. Meter Tube with Metric SCCM or SLPM Scale. Includes Packing and Stops. Stainless Steel Needle Valve. Low-Flow for Tube Number 1, 3 or Metric Tube Number 0, 1, 2, 3, 4. Stainless Steel Needle Valve. Medium-Flow for Tube Number 7, 8 or Metric Tube Number 5, 6. Stainless Steel Needle Valve. High-Flow for Tube Number 9, 12 or Metric Tube Number 7, 8, 9.

* Specify tube number 1, 3, 7, 8, 9, 12 ** Specify metric tube number 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9

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Flow Measurement

150 mm Variable Area Flowmeters


Model 31
Model 31 Series flowmeters are an economical method of indicating and controlling gas and liquid flow for general plant and laboratory applications. Available models include a single-tube flowmeter, multi-tube flowmeter or a two tube gas blending system. Each version can be supplied with a metering needle valve to provide flow control. Each flowmeter tube is provided with both a glass float and a stainless steel float within the same tube. The result is an extended flowrate range for each tube to a minimum of 18:1 rangeability. Floats of sapphire, carboloy and tantalum are also available. Metering tubes are interchangeable and easily replaceable without removing the instrument from service. Panel mounting is included and bench mounting on a tripod stand is an optional feature. General materials of construction are aluminum or stainless steel end fittings, borosilicate glass metering tubes, black anodized aluminum side plates, clear plastic window and plastic back shield. A standard scale of 0 to 150 mm is etched on the metering tube with a contrasting yellow background. A linear graduation scale of 0 to 100 with a reference air calibration curve and other special calibrations are available. Calibration charts for air at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) are supplied with each metering tube. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 200 psig (14 bar) max Operating Temperature: 200F (93C) max Accuracy: 5% of maximum scale from 100% to 10% of scale reading Repeatability: 0.5% full-scale Graduation: 0 to 150 mm standard Options: 0 to 100 linear scale with a reference to an air calibration chart. Direct reading scale. Connection: 18" NPT Female rear outlet fitting, standard. Other fittings are available.

Model 31

Materials of Construction
Metering Tubes: Borosilicate glass Floats: Standard glass and stainless steel supplied with each tube. Carboloy, Tantalum and Sapphire are optional. Float Stops: Teflon Tube Packing and O-Rings: Viton

Calibration and Materials Selection


Calibration charts for air at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) are supplied with each tube. Standard calibration charts are also available for the following gases:
Model 31BA Gas Blender

Acetylene Ammonia* Argon Arsine Boron Trifluoride Butane Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide

Chlorine* Ethane Ethylene Ethylene Oxide Halocarbons Helium Hydrogen Hydrogen Chloride*

Hydrogen Sulfide* Isobutane Methane Methyl Chloride* Neon Nitric Oxide Nitrogen Nitrogen Dioxide

Nitrous Oxide Oxygen Propane Silane Sulfur Dioxide Sulfur Hexafluoride

* These gases require stainless steel end fittings. ** If your intended gas service is not listed, contact your local Air Liquide representative. CAUTION: For these gases, Teflon tube packing and Kalrez O-Ring should be ordered.

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150 mm Flowmeters continued


Model 31S Series Single-Tube Flowmeters For indicating or controlling a single gas stream.
Model Number Q2-31S-1-(*) Q2-31S-2-(*) Q2-31S-3-(*) Q2-31S-4-(*) End Fitting Material Aluminum Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Needle Valve None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel

Ordering Procedures for 150 mm Flowmeters Select the flowmeter model (single-tube, multi-tube or gas blender) for the particular application (see tables to the left). Choose the end fitting material which is compatible with the intended gas service. If flow control is required, select a model with a needle valve. Select the metering tube from Table I (see page 323) so that the required maximum flow falls between 75% to 100% of the meters capability. Add tube code number after flowmeter model number (example: Q2-31S-1-4). Other float material, ranges and calibrations are available. For multitube models, specify tube code number in its relative position in the instrument from left to right (example: Q2-31T-1-2543 four tube flowmeter with tube number 2 in the first position on left, followed by tube number 5 and tube number 4 in the center and tube number 3 on the right). The flowrate for each standard tube and float combination are listed in bold.

* Specify tubes (number of asterisks indicate number of tubes to select). See Table 1, page 323 for tube numbers.

Model 31D, 31T and 31Q Series Multi-Tube Flowmeters Model 31D, 31T and 31Q Series multi-tube flowmeters with independent inlet and outlet connections for indicating or controlling two (Model 31D Series), three (Model 31T Series), or four (Model 31Q Series) separate gas streams.
Model Number Q2-31D-1-(**) Q2-31D-2-(**) Q2-31D-3-(**) Q2-31D-4-(**) Q2-31T-1-(***) Q2-31T-2-(***) Q2-31T-3-(***) Q2-31T-4-(***) Q2-31Q-1-(****) Q2-31Q-2-(****) Q2-31Q-3-(****) Q2-31Q-4-(****) End Fitting Material Aluminum Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Aluminum Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Aluminum Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Needle Valve None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel None Stainless Steel

* Specify tubes (number of asterisks indicate number of tubes to select). See Table 1, page 323 for tube numbers.

Model 31BA Series Gas Blender For on-site blending of two separate gas streams into a gas mixture.
Model Number Q2-31BA-1-(**) Q2-31BA-2-(**) End Fitting Material Aluminum Stainless Steel Needle Valve Stainless Steel Stainless Steel

* Specify tubes (number of asterisks indicate number of tubes to select). See Table 1, page 323 for tube numbers. Please note: These units are supplied with valves installed at the outlet of each tube (back-pressure compensated). A 50 psig (4 bar) inlet pressure is recommended. Calibration charts for 50 psig (4 bar) are supplied unless otherwise specified.

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Flow Measurement

150 mm Flowmeters continued


Table 1 Gas Capacities for Model 31 Series Flowmeter Tubes Maximum flowrate at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar). Minimum flowrate is 0.1 of maximum value.
Carbon Dioxide (SLPM) 0.058 0.087 0.158 0.260 0.285 0.108 0.156 0.265 0.415 0.450 0.355 0.475 0.74 1.08 1.14 0.73 0.96 1.46 2.10 2.22 2.04 2.65 3.95 5.6 5.90 3.35 4.30 6.2 8.7 9.2 7.8 9.4 13.8 19.2 20.2 19.4 24.5 36.0 50.0 53.0 Needle Valve Part No. Q2-31P-3L

Tube 1

Float Material Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum Glass Sapphire Stainless Steel Carboloy Tantalum

Water (SCCM) 0.537 1.05 2.49 4.90 5.47 1.11 2.15 4.93 9.33 10.40 5.75 10.5 20.6 33.2 35.9 16.6 26.3 46.2 70.8 75.9 52.8 79.7 133.0 199.0 212.0 84.6 129.0 218.0 326.0 349.0 200.0 297.0 493.0 726.0 772.0 573.0 851.0 1350.0 1950.0 2060.0

Air (SLPM) 0.0497 0.0772 0.148 0.251 0.274 0.088 0.136 0.258 0.439 0.478 0.380 0.518 0.832 1.24 1.32 0.833 1.10 1.69 2.44 2.60 2.37 3.08 4.66 6.69 7.10 3.89 5.07 7.62 10.6 11.3 8.69 11.2 16.6 23.2 24.6 23.9 30.2 43.8 61.2 64.7

Argon (SLPM) 0.0404 0.0629 0.120 0.206 0.224 0.079 0.120 0.220 0.355 0.385 0.315 0.43 0.69 1.02 1.10 0.69 0.92 1.42 2.04 2.18 1.98 2.55 3.90 5.6 5.9 3.25 4.25 6.4 8.9 9.4 7.3 9.4 13.8 19.6 20.6 20.0 25.0 36.5 51.0 54.0

Helium (SLPM) 0.0446 0.0704 0.144 0.268 0.298 0.083 0.145 0.262 0.533 0.588 0.492 0.747 1.28 2.28 2.45 1.55 2.11 3.44 5.16 5.50 5.04 6.66 10.3 14.9 15.9 8.02 10.7 16.7 24.4 26.0 19.3 25.2 38.4 55.2 58.7 55.4 72.1 109.0 152.0 161.0

Hydrogen (SLPM) 0.101 0.160 0.322 0.594 0.654 0.184 0.323 0.572 1.12 1.23 1.03 1.48 2.52 3.88 4.16 2.62 3.54 5.55 8.20 8.74 7.97 10.5 15.9 22.9 24.3 12.90 17.1 26.1 37.7 40.1 29.8 39.0 58.2 83.3 88.2 84.9 110.0 160.0 222.0 235.0

Nitrogen (SLPM) 0.051 0.079 0.152 0.255 0.280 0.099 0.150 0.270 0.440 0.475 0.385 0.52 0.84 1.24 1.34 0.84 1.12 1.72 2.45 2.60 2.40 3.10 4.7 6.7 7.2 3.95 5.1 7.7 10.6 11.2 8.9 11.4 16.8 23.6 24.5 24.0 30.5 44.0 61.0 65.0

Oxygen (SLPM) 0.0435 0.068 0.132 0.224 0.246 0.086 0.130 0.240 0.390 0.425 0.345 0.475 0.76 1.14 1.22 0.77 1.02 1.56 2.28 2.40 2.22 2.85 4.35 6.2 6.6 3.60 4.7 7.1 10.0 10.4 8.2 10.4 15.4 21.8 23.0 22.2 28.0 41.0 57.0 60.0

Q2-31P-3L

Q2-31P-3L

Q2-31P-3L

Q2-31P-3M

Q2-31P-3M

Q2-31P-3H

Q2-31P-3H

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150 mm Flowmeters continued


Replacement Parts
Model Number Q2-31P-1-(*) Q2-31P-3L Q2-31P-3M Q2-31P-3H Q2-31P-42 Q2-31P-52 Q2-31P-62 Q2-31P-46 Q2-31P-56 Q2-31P-66 Description Meter Tube Any Range with Glass and Stainless Steel Floats Installed Stainless Steel Needle Valve, Low-Flow Stainless Steel Needle Valve, Medium-Flow Stainless Steel Needle Valve, High-Flow Metering Float (18" Diameter) Sapphire (used with Tubes 1 6) Tantalum Carboloy Metering Float (14" Diameter) Sapphire (used with Tubes 7 and 8) Tantalum Carboloy

* Specify tube code number (Table 1, page 323).

Optional Equipment
Model Number Special Calibration Q2-31P1-AIR Q2-31P1-CG Q2-31P5-CG Q2-31P100-LS Q2-31P-2 Connections Q5-91M-B22 Q5-91M-B42 Q5-91M-S22 Q5-91M-S42 Q5-93BH-B22 Q5-93BH-B24 Q5-93BH-SS22 Q5-93BH-SS24 Tube Packing & O-Rings* Q2-31K-1 Q2-31K-2 Description

1% Full-Scale Calibration for Air with Detachable Direct Reading Scale 1% Full-Scale Calibration for other Common Gases with Detachable Reading Scale 5% Full-Scale Calibration for Common Gases at Temperatures and Pressures other than 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) mixtures at STP 0 to 100 Linear Scale with Reference to Air Calibration Tripod Baseplate

Compression Brass 1/8" NPT Male x 1/8 Compression Compression Brass 1/8" NPT Male x 1/4 Compression Compression Stainless Steel 1/8" NPT Male x 1/8 Compression Compression Stainless Steel 1/8" NPT Male x 1/4 Compression Hose Adapter Brass 1/8" NPT Male x 1/8 Hose Hose Adapter Brass 1/8" NPT Male x 1/4 Hose Hose Adapter Stainless Steel 1/8" NPT Male x 1/8 Hose Hose Adapter Stainless Steel 1/8" NPT Male x 1/4 Hose

Tubes 1 through 4 Teflon Tube Packing and Kalrez O-Rings Tubes 5 and 6 Teflon Tube Packing and Kalrez O-Rings

* For meters with a valve, add a V to the end of the model number. Please note: If installation is required, please specify.

Model Number Control Valves Q2-31P-NRS1 Q2-31P-NRS2 Q2-31P-NRS3 Q2-31P-NRS4 Q2-31P-NRS5 Q2-31P-NRS6

Description

Flowrate (maximum)

Taper 1 Stainless Steel Taper 2 Stainless Steel Taper 3 Stainless Steel Taper 4 Stainless Steel Taper 5 Stainless Steel Taper 6 Stainless Steel

146 MLPM 285 MLPM 510 MLPM 2 LPM 7 LPM 64 LPM

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Flow Measurement

Variable Area Flowmeters


Model 28
Model 28 Series high capacity flowmeters offer a means of measuring gas greater than our other variable area flowmeters. They are suitable for both plant and laboratory use. Benefits/Features
Large diameter flow tubes permit flows up to 15 standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM) of air. Ribbed tubes stabilize float and improve accuracy and readability. Borosilicate glass tubes allow operating temperatures up to 200F (93C). Brass or stainless steel construction allows use in corrosive or noncorrosive gas service. Tube Graduations: Standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM) of air Scale Length: 75 mm Inlet and Outlet Connections: 38" NPT Female

Materials of Construction
Tubes: Borosilicate glass Float and Float Stops: 316 Stainless Steel End Blocks: See Table I Inlet/Outlet Adapters: See Table I Side Plates: Aluminum Back Plate: White plastic Front Plate: Clear plastic Seals and Packing: Viton Valve: See Table I

Specifications
Operating Pressure: 200 psig (14 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 200F (93C) maximum Accuracy: 10% full-scale from 10% to 100% of range Repeatability: Within 0.5% full-scale

Table III Gas Conversion Factors for Flowmeters


To select the proper tubes for gases other than air, multiply the flowrate values in Table II by the factors below. Use these values to select appropriate tube numbers. Gas Acetylene Ammonia Argon Butane Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Ethane Ethylene Helium Hydrogen Methane Neon Nitrogen Oxygen Propane Sulfur Dioxide Factor 1.04 1.30 0.85 0.70 0.81 1.01 0.98 1.02 2.69 3.81 1.35 1.20 1.01 0.95 0.80 0.66

Table I Model 28 Series Flowmeters


Model Number Q2-28B-(*) Description Chrome-Plated Brass Metering Valve, End Blocks and Inlet/Outlet Adapter Material 316 Stainless Steel Metering Valve, End Blocks and Inlet/Outlet Adapter Material

Q2-28S-(*)

* Insert applicable tube number from Table II (i.e. Q2-28B-1 which has a flow range of 0.3 to 3 SCFM). Order by complete part number.

Table II Tube Selection

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Model Number Q2-28-T-1 Q2-28-T-2 Q2-28-T-3 Q2-28-T-4 Tube Number 1 2 3 4

Range SCFH Air at 70F (21C) and 14.7 psia (1 bar) 0.3 3 SCFM 0.6 6 SCFM 1 12 SCFM 2 15 SCFM

* Conversion factors are approximately equal to the square root of the reciprocal of the specific gravity of the gas (1/SG).

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Flow Measurement

Mass Flow Controller


Model 36A
Model 36A Series mass flow controllers utilize the specific heat properties of gases to measure true mass flowrate. In addition these mass flow controllers have an electromagnetic control valve at the outlet which additionally gives them the ability to control gas flows with a 1% full-scale accuracy when coupled to our Model 36E Series secondary electronics (see page 327). Based on this control capability, they can also be used to perform gas blending operations. Model 36A controllers are offered in ranges from 0.2 10 mL/min through 0.4 20 SLPM. They feature a 3-second response time with minimal overshoot and undershoot. In addition, these controllers are relatively attitude insensitive, allowing them to be installed in any mounting orientation with little effect on accuracy. Benefits/Features
Accessible zero and range potentiometer. Altitude insensitive. High accuracy. Wide flow ranges (up to 20 LPM N2). All solid state electronics. Linear output signal. Selectable soft start. Selectable external valve override. Selectable external valve control. Normally closed valve.

Specifications
Performance: Accuracy: 1% full-scale including linearity at calibrated conditions. 1.5% full scale for flowrates greater than 20 SLPM. Repeatability: 1.25% of rate Response Time: Standard less than 3 seconds to within 2% full-scale of final value for a 0 to 100% command change. Flow Ranges: 0 to 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000 and 20,000 mL/min for air, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, helium and argon Programmable Input: 0 to 5 VDC or 1000 ohm potentiometer Output: 0 to 5 VDC into 2000 ohm (or greater) load. Maximum ripple is 3 mV RMS. Operating Pressure Ratings: 1500 psig (103 bar); 5 50 psig (0.3 3 bar) pressure drop maximum Temperature: Ambient/gas 40F to 150F (4C to 65C) Maximum Power: -15 VDC at 35 mA DC and -15 VDC at 180 mA DC; 3.5 watts power consumption

Model Number Q2-36A1V-1 Q2-36A1V-2 Q2-36A1V-5 Q2-36A1V-10 Q2-36A1V-20 Q2-36A1V-50 Q2-36A1V-1K Q2-36A1V-2K Q2-36A1V-5K Q2-36A1V-10K Q2-36A1V-20K

Flow Range in Air 20C and 760 mm Hg 0 10 mL/min 0 20 mL/min 0 50 mL/min 0 100 mL/min 0 200 mL/min 0 500 mL/min 0 1000 mL/min 0 2000 mL/min 0 5000 mL/min 0 10,000 mL/min 0 20,000 mL/min

Optional Equipment
Model Number Q2-36-K Q2-36-B Q2-36-VCO Q2-36-VCR Q2-36-HP Q2-36F-SS Q2-36-SC Description Kalrez Seals Buna-N Seals VCO Fittings VCR Fittings Special Calibration: Air above 200 psig (14 bar) Recommended Option: Inline Filter Calibration for Gases not Listed Above

Electrical Connections: D-Type connector

Materials of Construction
Wetted: Stainless steel with Viton seals standard Connections: 14" stainless steel compression fittings standard

* Contact nearest Air Liquide facility with intended gas service to determine additional cost.

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Flow Measurement

Mass Flow Secondary Electronics


Model 36E
Model 36E Series secondary electronics are designed to provide power, readout and control for Model 36A Mass Flow Controllers. In addition to these basic functions, features include resettable totalization, display of flowrate in engineering units, remote setpoint control and RS232 communications (optional with Model 36E-1). All of this is provided in a compact tabletop package with LCD display. Models 36E-2 and 36E-4 can be operated with independent mass flow control channels, where flowrate is set through the setpoint push buttons, or with one or more channels slaved to the master (blending mode). Valve override functions are selectable. In valve override mode, the valve will be opened/closed independent of setpoint value. A RS-232 port is provided standard to control the Models 36E-2 and 36E-4 from a PC. This port enables connection of up to 4 analog or analog configured devices to a Model 36E-4. Local function is useful as backup of the customer's system configuration. Benefits/Features
Provide power supply, readout and control functions. Tabletop housing. Display of flowrate in engineering units. Resettable total in engineering units. Front panel or remote valve override. RS-232 communications (optional with Model 36E-1). Multi-Channel Units (36E-2 and 36E-4): Programmable for setpoint selection, blending and local/remote control. High/low alarm selection. Remote I/O feature allows control from external system.

Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D): 36E-1: 10.7" x 4.2" x 9.6" (272 mm x 107 mm x 244 mm) 36E-2: 10.1" x 5.8" x 10.3" (257 mm x 147 mm x 263 mm) 36E-4: 10.1" x 5.8" x 10.3" (257 mm x 147 mm x 263 mm) Certification: CE Power Input: 110 Vac, 60 Hz/220 Vac, 60 Hz (Model 36E-1 set via internal switch) Power Output: 36E-1: +15 V/350mA, -15V/350 mA 36E-2, 36E-4: +15 V/2.9 A, -15V/1.4 A max. Signal Input: 0-5 VDC (flowrate signal from flow controller)

Signal Output: 36E-1: 0-5 VDC isolated transmission. Resolution: 10 bits Accuracy: <0.1% 36E-2, 36E-4: 0-5 VDC, Impedance 1 kW (minimum) or Impedance 750W (maximum) Electrical: 36E-2, 36E-4: Two or four 15-pin D connectors for connecting the mass flow controller. One 25-pin D connector for combined remote setpoint input and output signal, up to 4 channels. One 15-pin D connector for connecting remote valve override control function. Display Reading: 36E-1: 6 digit LCD, 0.7" high digits 36E-2: 2x 20 character display with back lighting. 36E-4: 4x 20 character display with back lighting. Controls: Membrane push buttons Enclosure: 36E-1: Polycarbonate facial and bezels with an extruded aluminum case 36E-2, 36E-4: Anodized aluminum and steel cover Ambient Temperature: 32F to 122F (0C to 50C)

Model Number Q2-36E-1 Q2-36E-2 Q2-36E-4

Description 1-Channel 2-Channel 4-Channel

Connecting Cable Model 36A and Model 36E


For Model 36A Series mass flow controller and Model 36E secondary electronics.
Model Number Q2-36CD-10 Q2-36CD-25 Q2-36CD-50 Description 10' (3 m) 25' (8 m) 50' (15 m)

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Valves

Flow Limit Safety Shutoff Valves


Model 1
Model 1 Series flow limit safety shutoff valves automatically shutoff all flow from the cylinder when flow exceeds a factory preset level. The Model 1 is normally installed between the cylinder outlet and the inlet of the pressure regulator. It senses flow as a pressure drop across the preset internal orifice; when the preset differential pressure limit is reached, the valve closes with a snap action for a leak-tight seal. The quarter turn actuating knob is used to reset this device. Reset is required at startup, opening of the cylinder valve, during purging, and after correction of any process flow problem or excess flow demand causing the Model 1 to shut off. The reset knob is designed to indicate clearly the operating position: Open (Reset) or Auto Shutoff. Six flow ranges are available. The actual flow shutoff value for each range is dependent upon the operating pressure. The graph to the right shows the relationship between operating pressure and actual flow shutoff for each range. It is suggested that the range selected provides shutoff at six to ten times the anticipated actual process flowrate to allow for short term flow surges not connected with catastrophic line failure. Model 1 Series flow limit valves range A through D have a 4 psi (0.3 bar) nominal operating differential pressure. Ranges E and F have a 12 psi (0.8 bar) nominal operating differential pressure. The operating differential pressure is created by a small spring. This device is not affected by the mounting altitude. It works in any mounting position independent of gravity. Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 10 to 3500 psi (0.7 to 241 bar) Operating Differential Pressure: Q1-01-A to D: 4 psi (0.3 bar) nominal Q1-01-E and F: 12 psi (0.8 bar) nominal Flow Limit Value: See ordering information Stability/Repeatability: 10% Operating Temperature: -10F to 150F (-23C to 65C)

1000 Flow Limit LPM nitrogen

100

F E D C B

10

0.1 10 100 1000 3000 Inlet Pressure psi

Materials of Construction
Body: 316L Stainless Steel Diaphragm: Elgiloy or equivalent Seat: PCTFE Poppet: 316L Stainless Steel Cap: 316L Stainless Steel Knob: Anodized aluminum

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Model Number Q1-01-A-(*) Q1-01-B-(*) Q1-01-C-(*) Q1-01-D-(*) Q1-01-E-(*) Q1-01-F-(*)

Nominal Flow Limit Value at 30 psig (2 bar) Inlet 0.4 LPM 2 LPM 4 LPM 9 LPM 14 LPM 23 LPM

Nominal Flow Limit Value at 1000 psig (69 bar) Inlet 5 LPM 9 LPM 22 LPM 40 LPM 72 LPM 121 LPM

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Valves

Manual Control Valves


Series 40
Manual control valves offer an economical method of controlling gas flow directly from high-pressure cylinders when pressure regulation is not required. These valves do not provide automatic pressure control of regulators and closed systems can reach full cylinder pressure. Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 2500 psi (172 bar) Outlet Connection: See table 14" Hose Connection 14" Tube Fitting 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female

Model Number Model 40B Brass, Chrome-Plated Q1-40B-H-(*) Q1-40B-T-(*) Q1-40B-M-(*) Q1-40B-F-(*) Model 40S 303 Stainless Steel Q1-40S-T-(**) Q1-40S-M-(**) Q1-40S-F-(**) Model 40M Monel Q1-40M-M-(***) Q1-40M-F-(***) Model 40G Brass Q1-40G-H-(****) Q1-40G-T-(****) Q1-40G-M-(****) Q1-40G-F-(****)

Outlet Connection

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass, chrome-plated brass, stainless steel or Monel Packing: Teflon

14" Tube Fitting 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female

14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female

14" Hose Connection 14" Tube Fitting 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female

* Specify CGA connection 320, 350, 510, 540, 580 or 590. ** Specify CGA connection 240, 330 or 660. *** Specify CGA connection 330 or 660. **** Specify CGA connection 320, 350, 540, 580 or 590. With 0 3000 psig (207 bar) cylinder pressure gauge.

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Valves

Miniature Needle Valves


Model 61
Miniature needle valves are used in a wide variety of applications such as shutoff valves for gases, noncritical vacuum to high-pressure service, instrument air lines, sampling lines for service with gas chromatography apparatus, and other laboratory or industry applications wherever good flow control is required. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) max Operating Temperature: -60F to 400F (-52C to 206C) Orifice: 0.14" (3.6 mm) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.35

Materials of Construction
Body Forging: Brass, Monel or 316 Stainless Steel Stem: Monel or 303 Stainless Steel Packing: Teflon, TFE

Model Number Q4-61B-2M Q4-61B-4M Q4-61B-2MA Q4-61B-4F Q4-61B-4A Q4-61B-4T Q4-61C-2H Q4-61C-2M Q4-61C-4H Q4-61C-4M Q4-61S-4M Q4-61S-4MA Q4-61M-4M

Material Brass Brass Brass Brass Brass Brass Chrome-Plated Brass Chrome-Plated Brass Chrome-Plated Brass Chrome-Plated Brass Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Monel

Style Straight Straight Angle Straight Straight Straight Straight Straight Straight Straight Straight Angle Straight

Inlet Connection 18" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 18" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Male 14" Tube Fitting 18" NPT Male 18" NPT Male 18" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male

Outlet Connection 18" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 18" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" Tube Fitting 14" Tube Fitting 18" Diameter Hose 18" NPT Male 14" Diameter Hose 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male

Diaphragm Packless Valves


Model 62
Diaphragm packless line valves are small, compact valves which utilize metal diaphragms rather than stem packing to provide a positive seal. Designed for high-purity gas service and high-pressure applications, they are ideal for use in instrumentation process lines or pressure regulator outlet ports where positive shutoff and leak-free packing are required.
Connections Model Number Q4-62B-4M Q4-62B-4F Q4-62B-4MFL Q4-62S-4M Q4-62S-4F Q4-62S-4MFL Material Brass Brass Brass Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Inlet 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Male Outlet 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Male 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psi (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.17

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316L Stainless Steel Diaphragm: Elgiloy or equivalent Seat: PCTFE Seal: Metal-to-metal with Viton O-Ring backup Bonnet: Nickel-plated brass

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Valves

Check Valves
Model 64
Check valves are designed to permit gas flow in one direction only. Commonly used at the regulator outlet to prevent return flow of gas into the regulator, they are quick-opening and bubble tight against back-pressure. A resilient O-Ring at the valve seat insures quick and efficient sealing. Specifications
Pressure Rating: 3000 psig (207 bar) Opening Pressure: 1 psig (0.1 bar) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.35 Dimensions: Brass: 78" diameter x 2.7" length (22 mm x 69 mm) Stainless steel or Monel : 34" diameter x 2.7" length (19 mm x 69 mm)

Connections Model Number Q4-64B-4F Q4-64M-4F Q4-64S-4F Material Brass Monel 316 Stainless Steel Inlet 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female Outlet 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female 14" NPT Female

Materials of Construction
Bodies: Brass, Monel or 316 Stainless Steel O-Ring: Viton

Pressure Relief Valves


Model 65-44MM
Model 65-44MM Series adjustable relief valves protect your instrument and system by releasing excessive pressure. Typical applications are in laboratories, research facilities and process gas streams. The desired cracking pressure can be adjusted to meet the desired operating pressure within its adjustment range. The flow coefficient provided is to insure that the valve is properly sized for your application. Threaded ends allow for easy vent connections. Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 120F (-29C to 49C) Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.37 Inlet/Outlet Connection: 14" NPT Male

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass, chrome-plated brass or 316 Stainless Steel Poppet: Nickel-plated die cast Seals: PTFE Spring: Stainless steel

Brass Q4-6544MM1BR Q4-6544MM2BR Q4-6544MM3BR Q4-6544MM4BR Q4-6544MM5BR

Chrome-Plated Brass Q4-6544MM1CP Q4-6544MM2CP Q4-6544MM3CP Q4-6544MM4CP Q4-6544MM5CP

Adjustment Range Stainless Steel Q4-6544MM1ST Q4-6544MM2ST Q4-6544MM3ST Q4-6544MM4ST Q4-6544MM5ST psig 10 50 15 100 25 250 50 500 80 800 bar 0.7 3 17 2 17 3 35 6 55

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Valves and Flexible Metal Hose

Other Available Valves


Air Liquide offers additional valves that are not listed in this catalog. All are available to purchase online with next-day shipping. Visit scottgas.com or contact your Air Liquide representative. Lecture Bottle Control Valves
Model 30 Specifically designed for use with lecture bottles, the Model 30 provides flow control but not pressure regulation. These angle and line style valves are available in brass, stainless steel and Monel. All have a CGA-110 inlet.

NRS High-Accuracy Valves


Model 61NR NRS high-accuracy valves are designed for very accurate adjustment of flowrates, especially on flowrates less than 1000 smL/m. The nonrising, nonrotating stem provides easy and smooth flow adjustments at very low flowrates. The stem/orifice assembly can be interchanged as to provide different flow capacities. Available in stainless steel or brass, maximum inlet pressure is 500 psig (35 bar).

Ball Valves
Model 63 Two-way ball valves are used for full ON/OFF service and provide exceptional reliability in a quick acting, full flow design. They are available in brass or stainless steel, and unique toploaded TFE packing seals gas tight at high or low operating pressures. Fluids and contaminants are not carried over when the system is cleaned or changed over since the TFE packing fills all voids within the valve body eliminating internal cavities where process fluids could be trapped.

Flexible Metal Hose


Models 1M and 2M
Stainless steel flexible metal hoses are fabricated from corrugated 316L Stainless Steel innercore reinforced with a stainless steel braid. Both the innercore and double braids are heliarc welded to the end fitting. For applications which require constant handling and flexing, the Model 2M with armor casing provides protection from kinking, braid abrasion or stress at the ends.
Model Number 14" NPT Female x 14" NPT Female Q81M1F4A24 Q81M1F4A36 Q81M1F4A42 Q81M1F4A48 Q81M1F4A60 Q81M1F4A72 14" NPT Male x 14" NPT Female Q81M1F4B24 Q81M1F4B36 Q81M1F4B42 Q81M1F4B48 Q81M1F4B60 Q81M1F4B72 inches 24 36 42 48 60 72 Length mm 610 914 1070 1220 1520 1830

Benefits/Features
Stainless steel construction for excellent corrosion and diffusion resistance. Close pitch, high convolution count annular innercore has excellent flexibility, less force to bend and can withstand continual flexing. All hoses cleaned for oxygen service. Product is identified with metal I.D. tags for pressure rating, part number and date of manufacture.

Specifications
Internal Diameter: 1/4" (6 mm) minimum Working Pressure: 3200 psig @ 70F (221 bar @ 20C) 2500 psig @ 500F (172 bar @ 260C) End Fittings: 1/4" NPT Female x Female or 1/4" NPT Male x Female (other fittings available)

Hoses with Interlock Armor Casing


Model Number 14" NPT Female x 14" NPT Female Q82M1F4A24 Q82M1F4A42 Q82M1F4A60 14" NPT Male x 14" NPT Female Q82M1F4B24 Q82M1F4B42 Q82M1F4B60 inches 24 42 60 Length mm 610 1070 1520

Materials of Construction
Innercore: 316L Stainless Steel Braid: 321 Stainless Steel End Fittings: 316L Stainless Steel

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Traps

Disposable Oxygen Trap


Model 43L
Model 43L Series disposable oxygen traps are a one piece anodized aluminum canister that contains highly active metal with an inert supported reagent. This oxygen trap is filled under a heated flow of ultra-high-purity helium, eliminating the need for extensive purging prior to GC/MS operation. Benefits/Features
Removes a minimum of 300 mL of oxygen content at 99% efficiency. Removes traces of moisture with no appreciable loss of capacity.

Specifications
Model Number Q3-43L* Q3-43L4 Q3-43C Description Disposable Oxygen Trap 1/8" Fitting Disposable Oxygen Trap 1/4" Fitting Mounting Clip Connections: 1/8" or 1/4" compression tube fitting Operating Conditions: Mount in vertical position to avoid channeling Operating Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 212F (100C) maximum Dimensions: 1-1/4" diameter x 10-1/2" long (32 mm x 267 mm)

* Use in conjunction with Indicating Oxygen Trap Model Q3-43T. Note: Regardless of the ability for these units to scrub oxygen, we recommend high-purity gases be employed at all times.

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum Inlet/Outlet: 40 micron sintered stainless steel frits Fittings: Nickel-plated brass

Indicating Oxygen Trap


Model 43T
Model 43T Series indicating oxygen traps remove 30 cubic centimeters of oxygen before the catalyst is completely expended. They contain an extremely active reagent that changes color from a pale green to a deep brown as the catalyst becomes saturated. Both inlet and outlet fittings are equipped with a sintered stainless steel frit, designed to prevent particulates and dust from becoming entrained in carrier lines. Used in conjunction with the Model 43L Disposable Oxygen Trap, the combination provides both high-capacity oxygen removal and visual assurance of catalyst activity, effectively and economically. Benefits/Features
Extends capillary and packed column life when indicating reagent experiences vivid color change. Prevents premature replacement of high-capacity nonindicating traps by signaling oxygen breakthrough.

Specifications
Connections: 1/8" or 1/4" compression tube fitting nickel-plated brass

Model Number Q3-43T Q3-43T4 Q3-43TC

Description Indicating Oxygen Trap 1/8" Fitting Indicating Oxygen Trap 1/4" Fitting Mounting Clip

Operating Pressure: 100 psig (7 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 212F (100C) Dimensions: 1/2" diameter x 10" long (13 mm x 254 mm)

Materials of Construction
Tube: Borosilicate glass Fittings: Nickel-plated brass Seal: Graphitized Vespel

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Traps

Glass Moisture Trap


Model 44G
Model 44G Series glass moisture traps were developed to satisfy the need for an indicating method of moisture removal, while eliminating the use of reactive plastics that can contribute to unacceptable background levels for extremely sensitive detectors. These traps are recommended for electron capture. Moisture removal capacity by this unit is 16 grams theoretically. Benefits/Features
Heavy-walled glass tubing with polyethylene heat shrink cover. Nickel-plated tube fittings create a truly inert sealing surface. Eliminates bleed typical of reactive plasticbodied traps. Model Number Q3-44G Q3-44G2 Q3-44GR Q3-44GC Description Glass Indicating Moisture Trap 1/4" Fitting Glass Indicating Moisture Trap 1/8" Fitting 1 Pint Molecular Sieve Refill Mounting Clip

Specifications
Connections: 1/4" or 1/8" compression tube fittings Carrier Gases: Methane/argon, hydrogen/argon, nitrous oxide/nitrogen, argon, helium, hydrogen Internal Volume: 100 mL Operating Pressure: 125 psig (9 bar) maximum Dimensions: 1-1/4" diameter x 12-3/4" long (32 mm x 324 mm)

Materials of Construction
Tube: Glass Fittings: Nickel-plated brass

Indicating Moisture Trap


Model 44R
Model 44R Series indicating moisture traps are designed to remove water, oil and organics from gases commonly employed in, but not limited to, gas chromatography. These moisture traps contain both the 13X molecular sieve and indicating molecular sieve 4A, which are the highest capacity molecular sieves available and the preferred adsorbent for general gas drying. The blue indicating sieve turns buff at 20% relative humidity. Refilling can be accomplished through the O-Ring connector port without disturbing the more sensitive end cap seal. Benefits/Features
All units are tested at 125 psi (9 bar) helium prior to shipping.

Specifications
Connections: 1/4" or 1/8" compression tube fitting Internal Volume: 120 mL, 200 mL, and 400 mL Operating Pressure: 125 psig (9 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 125F (50C) maximum Dimensions: 400 mL: 1-3/4" diameter x 17-1/2" long (51 mm x 445 mm) 200 mL: 1-5/8" diameter x 12-1/2" long (41 mm x 318 mm) 120 mL: 1-1/5" diameter x 9" long (31 mm x 229 mm)

Model Number Q3-44R-12 Q3-44R-212 Q3-44R-2 Q3-44R-22 Q3-44R Q3-44R-4 Q3-44K Q3-43C Q3-43CS

Description 120 mL 1/4" Fitting 120 mL 1/8" Fitting 200 mL 1/4" Fitting 200 mL 1/8" Fitting 400 mL 1/4" Fitting 400 mL 1/8" Fitting Refill Container, 1 Pint Mounting Clip for 120 mL and 200 mL Mounting Clip for 400 mL

Materials of Construction
Tube: Polycarbonate O-Rings: Viton Fittings: Brass

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Traps and Purifiers

Hydrocarbon Trap
Model 44H
Model 44H Series hydrocarbon traps are designed for use in vapor phase applications such as gas chromatography. They contain a very highly active and fine pore structure, with high density and volume activity, and coconut shell based activated carbon that is prepurged prior to packaging to remove any traces of moisture. The all-metal construction eliminates organic contaminants that often bleed from traps constructed from plastics. Adsorbs alcohols, ethers, esters, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ketones and aromatics. Benefits/Features
Heavy-walled aluminum tubing. 40 micron sintered stainless steel frits in both inlet and outlet connections. Removes organics from carrier gases, air and hydrogen.

Specifications
Connections: 1/8" or 1/4" compression tube fittings Operating Pressure: 250 psig (17 bar) maximum Operating Temperature: 212F (100C) maximum Dimensions: 1-3/4" diameter x 14" long (45 mm x 356 mm)

Model Number Q3-44H Q3-44H4 Q3-44HR Q3-43C


* Accommodates two changes.

Description Hydrocarbon Trap 1/8" Fitting Hydrocarbon Trap 1/4" Fitting Refill of Carbon, 1 Pint* Mounting Clip

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum Seals: Viton Fittings: Brass

High-Pressure Purifier
Model 43
These purifiers are designed to remove oil, water and other contaminants from gas streams and are constructed for a maximum operating pressure rating of 3000 psig (207 bar). A replaceable purifier cartridge, consisting of a molecular sieve desiccant or activated charcoal is easily installed into the purifier body and offers a low resistance to gas flow. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum; 500 psig (35 bar) for oxygen service Operating Temperature: -40F to 165F (-40C to 73C) Connections: 1/4" NPT Female Model Number Q3-43H Q3-43E Q3-43E4 Q3-43PC Q3-43PC4 Q3-43HVOR
* Shipped in sealed container.

Description Purifier Housing (without cartridge) Molecular Sieve 13x Cartridge* Package of four 43E Cartridges Activated Charcoal Cartridge* Package of four 43PC Cartridges Replacement O-Ring

Dimensions: 2" diameter x 5-3/4" long (51 mm x 146 mm)

Materials of Construction
Purifier Body: Brass Purifier Head: Brass O-Ring: Viton Cartridge: 43E: Molecular sieve 13X removes oil and water 43PC: Activated charcoal purifier for removal of trace amounts of acetone in acetylene for atomic absorption applications

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Filters

Low-Pressure Filter
Model 45A and 45S
Model 45 Series filters are available in stainless steel or aluminum, and are high efficiency filters for filtration of corrosive and noncorrosive gases and liquids to submicron levels. A unique principle of particle retention based upon intermolecular forces produces a filtration efficiency of 99.95% at 0.3 micron minimum. The replaceable filter element design of borosilicate glass fibers bonded by fluorocarbon resin offers exceptionally high flowrate at low pressure drops. Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 1000 psig (69 bar) maximum Gas Filtration Efficiency: 99.95% at 0.3 micron Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.95 Ports: 1/4" NPT Female

Materials of Construction
Body: Aluminum or 316 Stainless Steel Model Number Q3-45A Q3-45S Q3-45E Q3-45E4 Q3-45AO Q3-45SO Description Low-Pressure Filter Aluminum Low-Pressure Filter Stainless Steel Replacement Filter Element Package of 4 Replacement Filter Elements Replacement O-Ring for Model Q3-45A Replacement O-Ring for Model Q3-45S Seal: Buna-N (aluminum housing), Viton (stainless steel housing) Filter Element: Borosilicate glass fiber with fluorocarbon resin binder

Gas Sintered Metal Filter


Model 45F
These gas filters have been specifically designed to remove dirt particles from gas streams in applications where solid particles will destroy sensitive components. The construction permits easy disassembly of the filter element for cleaning or replacement. Various filter sizes are available for different filtering levels. Specifications
Pressure: Brass: 3000 psi (207 bar) Stainless Steel: 5000 psi (345 bar) Operating Temperature Range: -60F to 450F (-51C to 232C) Inlet/Outlet Connections: 1/4" NPT Female

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel

Model Number Q3-45F-111 Q3-45F-112 Q3-45F-113 Q3-45F-121 Q3-45F-122 Q3-45F-123

Construction Brass Brass Brass 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel

Micron Range 25 10 15 40 55 25 10 15 40 55

Cv Factor 0.006 0.33 0.42 0.006 0.33 0.42

Replacement Elements Q3-45F-101 Q3-45F-103 Q3-45F-105 Q3-45F-101 Q3-45F-103 Q3-45F-105

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Filters

High-Purity, Inline Filter


Model 45G
Suited for use upstream of regulators, these filters protect the regulator from particulate contamination that can build up and eventually cause seat leakage and regulator failure. Model 45GB brass filters feature a sintered 316 Stainless Steel element that is easily removed for cleaning or replacement. Model 45GS stainless steel filters have a pleated wire mesh element that is easily cleaned by flushing in the opposite direction to normal flow. They may also be used in ultra-highpurity gas systems. Specifications
Model 45GB Brass Operating Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Dimensions 45GB10, 45GB5, 45GB1: 2-1/4" x 3/4" hex 45GB100FF, 45GB100MF: 3-9/16" x 1-1/4" hex Operating Temperature Range: 3000 psig (207 bar): -15F to 100F (-26C to 38C) 1500 psig (103 bar): -15F to 400F at (-26C to 204C) Model 45GS Stainless Steel Operating Pressure: 6000 psig (414 bar) maximum Dimensions: 45GS15 and 45GS2: 1-3/4" x 1" hex 45GS2MVCR: 2-1/32" x 1" hex Operating Temperature Range: 6000 psig (414 bar): -20F to 100F (-9C to 38C) 3000 psig (207 bar): -20F to 900F (-9C to 482C) Pressure Drop to Atmosphere (100 psi is the maximum differential pressure) 45GS15: 10 psig @ 156 SLPM air 50 psig @ 433 SLPM air 100 psig @ 768 SLPM air 45GS2 or 45GS2MVCR: 10 psig @ 140 SLPM air 50 psig @ 389 SLPM air 100 psi @ 691 SLPM air

Materials of Construction
Model 45GB Body: Brass bar stock Seal: Viton Filter Element, Spring, and Gasket: 316 Stainless Steel Model 45GS Body: 316 Stainless Steel Retainer Screens: 316 Stainless Steel Pleated Mesh Filter Element: 316 Stainless Steel except 304 for the Model 45S15

Model 45G
Brass Q3-45GB-1 Q3-45GB-5 Q3-45GB-10 Q3-45GB-100FF Q3-45GB-100MF Q3-45GS-2 Q3-45GS-2MVCR Q3-45GS-15
* Flow may be in either direction.

Connection Stainless Steel Inlet 1/4" NPT Female 1/4" NPT Female 1/4" NPT Female 1/2" NPT Female 1/2" NPT Male 1/4" NPT Female* 1/4" Male VCR* 1/4" NPT Female* Outlet 1/4" NPT Male 1/4" NPT Male 1/4" NPT Male 1/2" NPT Male 1/2" NPT Female 1/4" NPT Male* 1/4" Male VCR* 1/4" NPT Male*

Flow Coefficient Cv 0.05 0.11 0.17 2.2 2.2 0.36 0.36 0.40

Nominal Filtration Rating micron 1 5 10 100 100 2 2 15

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Filters

High-Pressure, Inline Filter


Model 245H
These inline filters feature a unique mechanism which combines Brownian motion and mechanical filtration to remove 99.99% of all particles 0.1 micron and larger. Suited for use upstream of regulators, these filters protect the regulator from particulate contamination that can build up and eventually cause seat leakage and regulator failure. The filter housing includes a third port (supplied with 1/4" hex plug) to provide access to purge or bypass filtration. The element is easily placed. The filter element has excellent resistance to water, high pH solutions, oxygenated solvents and strong acids. The filter configuration allows the element to be replaced without removing the filter from the process line. Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Operating Temperature Range: -58F to 300F (-50C to 149C) Differential Pressure: 100 psi maximum Flow Coefficient: Cv = 0.8 Filtration Rating: 0.1 micron at 99.99% efficiency Inlet/Outlet Connection: 1/4" NPT Female Plug Port: 1/4" NPT Female supplied with a plug

Materials of Construction
Model Number Q3-245HB Q3-245HS Q3-245E Q3-245HO Description High-Pressure Filter Brass High-Pressure Filter Stainless Steel Replacement Element Replacement Seal Body: Brass bar stock or 316L Stainless Steel Seal: Teflon Filter Element: Borosilicate glass fibers with a fluorocarbon resin binder

Ultra-High-Purity Filter
Model 247
These inline filters are specifically designed for applications where an extreme level of filtration is required. They feature a PTFE Teflon membrane in a small pleated cartridge which effectively removes all particles 0.003 micron or larger. The housing is 10 Ra finish electropolished 316L Stainless Steel and is totally welded. The final assembly is purged at a high flowrate with filtered nitrogen and helium leak checked to not exceed 1 x 10-9 cc/sec. Specifications
Operating Pressure and Temperature: 750 psig at 250F (52 bar at 121C) Filtration Rating: 0.003 micron at 99.9999999% efficiency Effective Filtration Area: 0.5 ft.2 Flow Capacity: 300 SLPM maximum Model Number Q3-247S-4C Q3-247S-4MVCR Inlet and Outlet Connections 1/4" Compression 1/4" Male Vacuum* Pressure Drop (clean condition) at 75 psig inlet: 1 psid at 140 SLPM Air 2 psid at 195 SLPM Air 4 psid at 275 SLPM Air Inlet and Outlet Connections: See Table
* Connection is compatible with 14" VCR fittings.

Dimensions: 5.563" x 2" (141 mm x 51 mm)

Materials of Construction
Body and Fittings: 316L Stainless Steel Filter Medium: PTFE Teflon

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Purge Assemblies

Tee Purge Assemblies


Model P5
Model P5 Tee Purge Assemblies have been designed to be used as a complete assembly between the regulator and the cylinder outlet. They have a 14" NPT Male connection that can be assembled into the regulator inlet port in place of the normal cylinder fitting. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Inlet/Outlet Connection: CGA and all other connections available, 14" NPT Male

Model Number Q4-P53-(*) Q4-P54-(*)

Description Brass with Packless Valve Stainless Steel with Packless Valve

Materials of Construction
Metal Parts Exposed to Gas: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm Valve: Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Seat: PCTFE Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Check Valve: Body: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Seal: Viton

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

Cross Purge Assemblies


Model P74
Model P74 Cross Purge Assemblies have been developed to permit the user to flush a regulator with inert gas both prior to use or after use. They are commonly used when controlling a toxic, corrosive or pyrophoric gas. Primarily, they are designed for incorporation into stainless steel regulators (Models 213 and 215) as well as corrosionresistant regulators (Models 217 and 2172). Each unit is supplied with a check valve and shutoff valve to minimize possible backflow of cylinder gas into the purge source. Other regulators can be fitted with these purge units. Check with your Air Liquide representative for recommendations. Specifications
Operating Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Inlet Connection: CGA Outlet and Vent Connection: 14" NPT Male Check Valve Connection: 14" NPT Female

Materials of Construction
Metal Parts Exposed to Gas: 316 Stainless Steel Diaphragm Valve: Body: 316 Stainless Steel Seat: PCTFE Diaphragm: 316 Stainless Steel Check Valve: Body: 316 Stainless Steel Seal: Viton

Model Number Q4-P74-(*)

Description Stainless Steel

* Specify CGA. Other cylinder connections are available please contact your Air Liquide representative.

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Gas Heaters and Flash Arresters

Electric CO2 and N2O Heater


Model 86
Model 86 Series carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide heaters are designed to prevent freeze up and malfunctioning of cylinder regulators used for these gases. The heating element is encapsulated. All the heat works toward preventing interruption to the flow of gas. Model 86 CO2 and N2O heaters should be used with a three-wire extension cord of appropriate length and the operator should allow a time period of five to ten minutes for warming up before turning on CO2 or N2O gas. Benefits/Features
Outer jacket does not get hot. All heat works toward preventing interruption to the flow of gas. 1-1/2" x 1" (38 mm x 25 mm) wrenching section to facilitate installation.

Specifications
Pressure Rating: 3000 psig (207 bar) Voltage: 110 Vac Power: 120W, 1 ampere Flowrate: 150 SCFH maximum

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass, epoxy and polymer

Model Number Q5-86-320 Q5-86-326

Description Electric CO2 Heater with CGA 320 Electric N2O Heater with CGA 326

Flash Arrester
Model 85
Model 85 Series flash arresters provide three-way protection against flashback of fuel gas and oxygen. Meets OSHA and NFPA codes, and are factory mutual approved. Benefits/Features
100 micron stainless steel inlet filter helps prevent contaminants from blocking check valve and provides extensive service life. Check valve prevents hazardous backflow of gas into the regulator or supply line. Flame barrier extinguishes flashback within housing and prevents flame from reaching gas supply. Thermal cut-off valve shuts off gas flow in the event of downstream fire reaching the arrester.

Specifications
Maximum Service Pressure C2H2: 15 psig (1 bar) C3H8, CH4, H2 and Natural Gas: 50 psig (3 bar) O2: 150 psig (10 bar) Connections: 14" NPT Female Flow Capacity (air): 130 SCFH, 10 psig inlet, 5 psig pressure drop Dimensions: 7/8" O.D. x 3-1/2" long without fittings (22 mm x 89 mm)

Materials of Construction
Body: Brass Seat: Neoprene O-Rings: Neoprene Internal Parts: Brass and stainless steel

Model Number Q5-85BF Q5-85BO

Description For Flammable Gas Service For Oxygen Gas Service

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Gauges

Gauges
Model 68
Air Liquide offers many types of brass gauges for noncorrosive gas service, and stainless steel gauges for corrosive gas service. Visit our website for more information regarding each. Benefits/Features
Underwriters Laboratories approval for compressed gas service. Cleaned for oxygen service. Model 68EB is cleaned in accordance with Level IV of ASME B40.1-1991. Model 68ES is helium leak-checked to 1.5 x 10-7 atm cc/sec.

Model 68
Brass Q4-68C-15 Q4-68EB-15 Q4-68B-15 Q4-68C-30 Q4-68EB-30 Q4-68B-30 Q4-68EB-30V Q4-68C-60 Q4-68EB-60 Q4-68B-60 Q4-68EB-60V Q4-68C-100 Q4-68EB-100 Q4-68B-100 Q4-68C-200 Q4-68EB-200 Q4-68B-200 Q4-68EB-300 Q4-68EB-400 Q4-68B-400 Q4-68C-600 Q4-68EB-600 Q4-68B-600 Q4-68C-1K Q4-68EB-1K Q4-68C-2K Q4-68EB-2K Q4-68C-3K Q4-68EB-3K Q4-68B-3K Q4-68C-4K Q4-68EB-4K Stainless Steel inches 1.5 2 2.5 1.5 2 2.5 2 2.5 1.5 2 2.5 2 1.5 2 2.5 2.5 1.5 2 2.5 2 2 2.5 1.5 2 2.5 1.5 2 2.5 1.5 2 1.5 2 2.5 1.5 2 2

Gauge Size mm (actual) 41 53 68 41 53 68 53 68 41 53 68 53 41 53 68 68 41 53 68 53 53 68 41 53 68 41 53 68 41 53 41 53 68 41 53 53 psig 0 15 0 15 0 15 0 30 0 30 0 30 30"VAC 0 30 30"VAC 0 30 0 60 0 60 0 60 30"VAC 0 60 0 100 0 100 0 100 30"VAC 0 100 0 200 0 200 0 200 0 300 0 400 0 400 0 600 0 600 0 600 0 1000 0 1000 0 1000 0 2000 0 2000 0 3000 0 3000 0 3000 0 4000 0 4000 0 5000

Range bar 01 01 01 02 02 02 02 02 04 04 04 04 07 07 07 07 0 14 0 14 0 14 0 21 0 28 0 28 0 41 0 41 0 41 0 69 0 69 0 69 0 138 0 138 0 207 0 207 0 207 0 276 0 276 0 345

Q4-68ES-15 Q4-68S-15 Q4-68D-30 Q4-68ES-30 Q4-68ES-30V Q4-68S-30V Q4-68D-60 Q4-68ES-60 Q4-68ES-60V Q4-68D-100 Q4-68ES-100 Q4-68S-100 Q4-68S-100V Q4-68D-200 Q4-68ES-200 Q4-68S-200 Q4-68ES-300 Q4-68ES-400 Q4-68S-400 Q4-68D-600 Q4-68ES-600

Q4-68ES-1K Q4-68S-1K Q4-68ES-2K Q4-68D-3K Q4-68ES-3K Q4-68S-3K Q4-68ES-4K Q4-68ES-5K

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Gauges

Indicating Pressure Switch Gauges


Model 69M
These gauges are designed to provide pressure monitoring, setpoint indication and fast switching for low power electrical signals. They are typically installed on regulators and manifolds to activate an external alarm (such as an annunciator) when the predetermined setpoint pressure is reached. A magnetically actuated reed switch is capable of operating low voltage annunciators, lights or relays. The switch setpoint can be adjusted to any pressure between 2% and 90% of the full-scale value by moving the red indicator pin on the front of the dial to the desired setpoint. Model 69M gauges operate on decreasing pressure only where the magnetic indicating pointer opens the switch when contact is made with the index. The gauges are designed to move further on the scale while permitting the switch to remain open after contact is made with the index. Benefits/Features
Visual alarm indication. Switch closure for remote alarming. Solid front with full blow out safety back.

Specifications
Mechanical Indication Accuracy: 2% of span Operating Temperature Range: -20F to 165F (-29C to 74C) Gauge Size: 2.5" (68 mm) face, aluminum alloy and black markings on white background Window: Laminated safety glass retained in bayonet ring Pipe Connection Size: 1/4" NPT Male

Electrical Connection: 39" (991 mm) lead connection cable with 2 wires Maximum Switching: Capacity: 10 watts DC, 10 VA AC Current: 0.5 amps DC or AC with resistive load Voltage: 75 Volts DC or 50 Volts AC Dead Band: 2.5% maximum Switch Operation: Opens on decreasing pressure

Materials of Construction
Socket: Bronze or 316 Stainless Steel Bourdon Tube: Brass or 316 Stainless Steel Case and Bayonet Ring: 304 Stainless Steel

Model 69M
Brass Q4-69BM3K Q4-69BM200PM Q4-69BM600PM Q4-69BM3KPM Stainless Steel Q4-69SM3K Q4-69SM200PM Q4-69SM600PM Q4-69SM3KPM

Gauge Pressure Range psig 0 3000 0 200 0 600 0 3000 bar 0 207 0 14 0 41 0 207

Adjustable Setpoint Pressure psig 60 2700 4 180 12 540 60 2700 bar 4 186 0.3 12 0.8 37 4 186

Case Configuration

Connection Location

Radial Panel Mount Panel Mount Panel Mount

Bottom Lower Back Lower Back Lower Back

Please note: for flammable and oxygen applications, we recommend the Model 69EP or 69132 explosion-proof pressure switches.

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Gas Detection

Stationary Monitoring Systems


Model 5000
Our stationary monitor systems provide dependable protection wherever hazardous gases are stored or in use. A sensor detects the presence of gas and sends an alarm signal to a remote receiver that is mounted a safe distance away and can accommodate signals from up to four separate sensors. Advanced technology and universal transmitter electronics simplify operation and maintenance requirements. Sensors provide data including gas type, range and calibration to the universal electronics for automatic transmitter configuration. Lithium batteries keep the sensors hot to eliminate long warmup delays and facilitate remote sensor calibration. A patented elastomeric connector eliminates pin alignment while unique transmitter and sensor electronics virtually eliminate false alarms due to RFI/EMI sources. Benefits/Features
Internal lithium battery keeps the sensor hot. Built-in calibration factor indicates remaining sensor life. Eliminates interference and false alarms due to RFI/EMI sources. Universal transmitter electronics for all models. Battery backup system. Individual alarms for each channel. A programmable local inhibit feature and standard local display allows true, unassisted calibration.

Model 5000 Transmitter

Specifications (Sensors/Transmitters)
Transmitter Enclosure: NEMA-4X Noryl plastic with stainless steel screws and hinge Repeatability: 2% full-scale Linearity: 2% full-scale Output: 420mA Max Loop Load: 2-Wire; 700 ohms at 24 VDC (22 mA based)

Sensors
Model Number Q3-5000-NH3 Q3-5000-ASH3 Q3-5000-BR2 Q3-5000-CO Q3-5000-CL2 Q3-5000-CLO2 Q3-5000-B2H6 Q3-5000-F2 Q3-5000-GEH4 Q3-5000-H2 Q3-5000-HCL Q3-5000-HCN Q3-5000-HF Q3-5000-H2SE Q3-5000-H2S Q3-5000-CH3OH Q3-5000-CH3SH Q3-5000-CH3I Q3-5000-CH2Cl2 Q3-5000-NO Q3-5000-NO2 Q3-5000-NF3 Q3-5000-O2 Q3-5000-O3 Q3-5000-COCL2 Q3-5000-PH3 Q3-5000-SIH4 Q3-5000-SO2 Q3-5000-4888 Gas Ammonia Arsine Bromine Carbon Monoxide Chlorine Chlorine Dioxide Diborane Fluorine Germane Hydrogen Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Fluorine Hydrogen Selenide Hydrogen Sulfide Methanol Methyl Mercaptan Methylene Iodide Methylene Chloride Nitric Oxide Nitrogen Dioxide Nitrogen Trifluoride Oxygen Ozone Phosgene Phosphine Silane Sulfur Dioxide Combustibles Range 0 100 ppm 0 1000 ppb 0 1 ppm 0 100 ppm 0 5 ppm 0 1 ppm 0 1000 ppb 0 1 ppm 0 1000 ppb 4% 0 25 ppm 0 25 ppm 0 10 ppm 0 1000 ppb 0 10 ppm 0 500 ppm 0 3 ppm 0 25 ppm 0 200 ppm 0 50 ppm 0 10 ppm 0 10 ppm 25% 0 1 ppm 0 1 ppm 0 1000 ppb 0 10 ppm 0 10 ppm 0 100% LEL

Power: 10-28 VDC 2-Wire loop power, 0.5 W @ 24 VDC Display: 3.5 digit LCD; 0 100% concentration bargraph; SST in operation indication (SST); Inhibit Indication (IHB); Over-range indication (OR); Low cal factor indication below 150 (SEN) Local Inhibit: Programmable: 3 20 mA Temperature: -40F to 140F (-40C to 60C) Humidity: Up to 99% RH, noncondensing Separated Sensor: Up to 50' Self-Diagnostics: Weak sensor indication; electronic faults; missing sensor; sensor configuration (range and type); and SST failure. Output drops to 3.1 mA in above failure except for weak sensor indication (output unaffected) Approvals: Ex ia IIC T4, Aex ai IIC T4 (CE, CENELEC Eex ia IIC T4 pending) Sensor Life: Typical applications 18 months (except phosgene sensor, which is 7 months) Weight: 1 lb. (0.45 kg)

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Gas Detection

Stationary Monitoring Systems


continued
Specifications (Receivers)
Enclosure: NEMA-4X wall mount Repeatability: 0.5% full-scale Accuracy: 1% full-scale Power: 90 to 280 VAC 50/60Hz Common Relays: Low alarm, high alarm, fail and horn. SPDT rated 5A @ 250 VDC Display: 4 line/16 digit per line backlit LCD for individual simultaneous display of each channel input
Model 5000 Receiver

Temperature Range: -14F to 122F (-25C to 50C) Horn: Integral: 85 db @ 3 ft. (0.9 m) Approvals: CSA and CE approvals pending Size: 7-1/2" D x 12" W x 12" H (19 mm x 305 mm x 305 mm) Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)

Receivers
Model Number Q3-5000-1 Q3-5000-2 Q3-5000-3 Q3-5000-4 Gas 1-Channel Receiver 2-Channel Receiver 3-Channel Receiver 4-Channel Receiver

Snoop Liquid Leak Detector


Model 46SN
Snoop liquid leak detector with the Snooper tube detects many types of gas leaks even in hard to reach areas in industrial and laboratory applications. Benefits/Features
Nontoxic, pure. Nonflammable. No residue, dries clean. No chlorine or halogen additives. Detects leaks on vertical surface. Exceeds MIL-L-25567C, Type 1, Oxygen Systems.

Specifications
Temperature Range: 27F to 200F (-3C to 94C)

Model Number Q3-46SN-8

Description 8 ozs. Squeezable Plastic Bottle with Snooper Tube, extendible to 12" 1 gallon container

Q3-46SN-128

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Semiconductor and Electronics Applications

Manual Process Panels


Model M103
M103 Series manual gas panels are designed for inert process and purge gas applications. The modular design minimizes total internal volume with maximizing leak integrity. All end fittings are of the face-seal (VCR type). Benefits and Features
All valves and regulators are constructed of 316L Stainless Steel. Standard valves are springless diaphragm with low internal volume. Tied-diaphragm regulator with low internal volume and minimum porting. Panel components are surface-mounted on a back panel for ease of operation and accessibility and service. MICROPURGE M Series controllers perform all switchover functions. Pressure gauges readily display cylinder and delivery pressure information. Stainless steel mesh filter located on the pigtail removes unwanted particulate from cylinder and valve. Welding of panel during construction is autogenous butt-weld type by automatic orbital welder a state-of-the-art purge manufacturing technique. Available cylinder connection options include UHIS (Ultra-High Integrity System or DISS) and CGA fittings.
PROCESS OUTLET VENT

Typical Gas Applications


Argon (Ar) Halocarbon 14 (CF4) Halocarbon 23 (CHF3) Halocarbon 116 (C2F6) Helium (He) Process Nitrogen (N2) Purge Nitrogen (N2)
V2 V7 V1

Optional
Process Line Isolation (PLI) valve Automatic switching hardware and software Residual particulate, moisture and oxygen purity certification

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Delivery Pressure: 100 psig (7 bar) maximum Component Internal Surface Finish: 15 Ra standard (10 Ra optional) Dimensions: 18" H x 12" W (458 mm x 305 mm) V1 High-Pressure Isolation V2 High-Pressure Vent V7 Process Line Isolation Supply Pressure Gauge (SPG) Delivery Pressure Gauge (DPG) Regulator Component Mounting Panel Pigtail Assembly Process Gas Inlet Filter

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Semiconductor and Electronics Applications

Manual Process Panels


Model M105
M-105 Manual Gas Panels are designed for hazardous process gas applications which require vacuum assisted purging. The manual procedure of alternating vacuum and nitrogen pressure purge process steps ensure complete removal of the process gas from the panel to eliminate the risk of exposure to the operator and contamination of the distribution system. These systems have a modular design which minimizes total internal volume while maximizing leak integrity. All termination fittings are of the face-seal (VCR type). These systems require the use of a MICROPURGE M series controller for operation of an Emergency Shutoff Valve (ESV) or to provide autoswitch functionality with an adjacent panel and switchover manifold. Benefits and Features
All valves and regulators are constructed of 316L Stainless Steel. Standard valves are springless diaphragm with low internal volume. Tied-diaphragm regulator with low internal volume and minimum porting. Panel components are surface-mounted on a back panel for ease of operation and accessibility and service. MICROPURGE M Series controllers perform all monitoring and switchover functions. Pressure gauges readily display cylinder and delivery pressure information. Stainless steel mesh filter located on the pigtail removes unwanted particulate from cylinder and valve. Welding of panel during construction is autogenous butt-weld type by automatic orbital welder a state-of-the-art purge manufacturing technique. Available cylinder connection options include UHIS (Ultra-High Integrity System or DISS) and CGA fittings.
PROCESS OUTLET PURGE INLET VENTURI INLET VENT

V7 V1

Typical Gas Applications


Ammonia (NH3) Arsine (AsH3) Boron Trichloride (BCl3) Boron Trifluoride (BF3) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Chlorine (Cl2) Diborane (B2H6) Dichlorosilane or DCS (SiH2Cl2) Halocarbon 14 (CF4) Halocarbon 116 (C2F6) Halocarbon 318 (C4F8) Halocarbon C1418 (C5F8) Hydrogen (H2) Hydrogen Bromide (HBr) Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) Methane (CH4) Nitric Oxide (NO) Nitrogen Trifluoride (NF3) Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Oxygen (O2) Phosphine (PH3) Silane (SiH4) Silicon Tetrafluoride (SiF4) Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Tungsten Hexafluoride (WF6) Emergency Shutdown Valve (ESO) Excess Flow Switch (EFS) Supply Pressure Gauge (SPG) Delivery Pressure Gauge (DPG) Emergency Shutoff Valve (ESV) Vacuum Venturi Vent Outlet Regulator Process Gas Inlet Filter Check Valves Component Mounting Panel Pigtail Assembly Vacuum Venturi N2 Supply Inlet V1 High-Pressure Isolation V2 High-Pressure Vent V3 Purge Gas Isolation V4 Vacuum Venturi Supply V7 Process Line Isolation
ESO

V2

V4 V3

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Delivery Pressure: 100 psig (7 bar) maximum Component Internal Surface Finish: 15 Ra standard (10 Ra optional) Dimensions: 18" H x 12" W (458 mm x 305 mm)

Optional
Emergency Shutdown (ESO) valve on the pigtail Process Line Isolation (PLI) valve Automatic switching hardware and software Residual particulate, moisture and oxygen purity certification

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Semiconductor and Electronics Applications

A-108 Automatic Gas Panels are designed for hazardous process gas applications that require fully automated vacuum assisted purging. These systems are available in a modular face-seal (VCR type) design which minimize total internal volume while maximizing leak integrity. A swept internal process gas volume eliminates the use of bourdon tube pressure gauges and minimizes all dead space volumes. These panels require the use of a MICROPURGE M series fully automatic control system to provide shutdown control and the automatic sequence of the alternating vacuum and nitrogen pressure purge process steps. This automatic procedure ensures complete removal of the process gas from the panel to eliminate the risk of exposure to the operator and contamination of the distribution system. Benefits and Features
All valves and regulators are constructed of 316L Stainless Steel. Standard valves are springless diaphragm with low internal volume. Tied-diaphragm regulator with low internal volume and minimum porting. Panel components are surface-mounted on a back panel for ease of operation and accessibility and service. MICROPURGE M Series fully automatic controllers perform all automatic purge, monitoring and switchover functions. Pressure transducers display cylinder and delivery pressure information on the controller touch screen. Stainless steel mesh filter located on the pigtail removes unwanted particulate from cylinder and valve. Welding of panel during construction is autogenous butt-weld type by automatic orbital welder a state-of-the-art purge manufacturing technique. Available cylinder connection options include UHIS (Ultra-High Integrity System or DISS) and CGA fittings.

VENT

Model A108

PURGE INLET

Fully Automatic Process Panel

V7

PROCESS OUTLET

VENTURI INLET

V5

V4

V1

V2

Typical Gas Applications


Ammonia (NH3) Arsine (AsH3) Boron Trichloride (BCl3) Boron Trifluoride (BF3) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Chlorine (Cl2) Diborane (B2H6) Dichlorosilane or DCS (SiH2Cl2) Halocarbon 14 (CF4) Halocarbon 116 (C2F6) Halocarbon 318 (C4F8) Halocarbon C1418 (C5F8) Hydrogen (H2) Hydrogen Bromide (HBr) Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) Methane (CH4) Nitric Oxide (NO) Nitrogen Trifluoride (NF3) Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Oxygen (O2) Phosphine (PH3) Silane (SiH4) Silicon Tetrafluoride (SiF4) Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Tungsten Hexafluoride (WF6) V1 High-Pressure Isolation V2 High-Pressure Vent V3 Purge Gas Isolation V4 Vacuum Venturi Supply V5 Low-Pressure Vent V6 Purge Gas Cycle V7 Process Line Isolation V8 Purge Gas Bleed Emergency Shutdown Valve (ESO) Emergency Shutoff Valve (ESV) Vacuum Venturi Pressure Switch Excess Flow Switch (EFS) Supply Pressure Transducer (SPD) Delivery Pressure Transducer (DPD) Regulator Process Gas Inlet Filter Check Valves Component Mounting Panel Pigtail Assembly Vacuum Venturi N2 Supply Inlet Vacuum Venturi Vent Outlet Process Gas Line Outlet
ESO

V3 V8 V6

Specifications
Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar) maximum Delivery Pressure: 100 psig (7 bar) maximum Component Internal Surface Finish: 15 Ra standard (10 Ra optional) Dimensions: 18" H x 12" W (458 mm x 305 mm)

Optional
Emergency Shutdown (ESO) valve on the pigtail Process Line Isolation (PLI) valve Automatic switching hardware and software Residual particulate, moisture and oxygen purity certification

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Semiconductor and Electronics Applications

Semi-Automatic Panel Controllers


Model MP3500
MICROPURGE Series MP3500 Semi-Automatic Control Systems provide shutdown control and automatic sequence of the alternating vacuum and nitrogen pressure purge process steps required for cylinder changes or panel maintenance. Automatic operation begins after the operator is guided through a sequence of manual valve operations to prepare the panel to be purged. This ensures complete removal of the process gas from the panel and eliminates exposure risk to the operator and contamination of the distribution system. The MP3500 is a compact and reliable, PLC-based controller which automatically steps through the purge process. The controller is designed to control two process panels in either an autoswitch or dedicated application. Benefits and Features
Semi-auto guided purge process. Automatic switchover between process panels. Readily integrated into new or existing facilities. Multiple life safety connections. Small footprint. Highly reliable components. Optimized cost of ownership (low initial cost). Easily maintained. Simple, intuitive interface.

Recommended Gas Applications


Semi-automatic purge of switchover panels Shutdown control for manual panels

Configurable as a Standard Product


Autoswitch or dedicated supply control Weight scale or pressure monitor Automatic or manual cylinder valve control Safety test port control Excess flow sensor Cylinder cabinet or rack mount

Specifications
Uptime > 99.9993% MTBF > 20000 hours MTTR < 2 hours Standard peak flow system rated: 0 50 LPM Standard ethernet connectivity 4" color touch screen

Fully Automatic Panel Controllers


Model MP3700
MICROPURGE M Series MP3700 Fully Automatic Control Systems provide shutdown control and automatic sequence of the alternating vacuum and nitrogen pressure purge process steps required for cylinder changes or panel maintenance. This ensures complete removal of the process gas from the panel and eliminates exposure risk to the operator and contamination of the distribution system. The MP3700 is a compact and reliable, PLC-based controller which automatically steps through the purge process. The controller is designed to control two Model A108 fully automatic process panels. Benefits and Features
Fully auto-operated and purge process. Automatic switchover between process panels. Readily integrated into new or existing facilities. Multiple life safety connections. Small footprint. Highly reliable components. Optimized cost of ownership (low initial cost). Easily maintained. Simple, intuitive interface.

Recommended Gas Applications


Fully automatic purge of switchover panels

Configurable as a Standard Product


Autoswitch or dedicated supply control Weight scale or pressure monitor Automatic or manual cylinder valve control Safety test port control Excess flow sensor Cylinder cabinet or rack mount Single line or deep purge pigtail

Specifications
Uptime > 99.9993% MTBF > 20000 hours MTTR < 2 hours Standard peak flow system rated: 0 50 LPM Standard ethernet connectivity 9" color touch screen

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Gas and Liquid Mixture Basics Compressed Gases Definitions and Categories Physical Properties of Gases Gas Compatibility Special Precautions OSHA Concentration Limits Cylinder Storage, Handling and Usage Cylinder Valve Outlets and Connections Returning Cylinders to Air Liquide Conversion Factors Periodic Table of Elements

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Gas and Liquid Mixture Basics


Air Liquides product classes are designed to help our customers understand some of the science behind the products they buy and to choose the right mixtures for their application. Our class descriptions use terms and definitions you may have heard before, however, specialty gas terminology can be confusing and the specialty gas industry does not use terminology consistently. The next few pages include an explanation of most of the key terms found in our Gas and Liquid Typical Specifications Table on pages 86 and 87, and are intended to clarify your specialty mixture selection. Concentration Ranges In our Gas and Liquid Typical Specifications Table on pages 86 and 87, concentration ranges are shown in the first column. You will notice that the specifications for blend tolerance, analytical accuracy and process accuracy are dependent on concentration. The reason for this is that gas mixtures become progressively more difficult to blend and analyze as the concentration decreases, and hence, specifications must be relaxed accordingly. Said another way, a higher concentration results in a tighter blend tolerance, higher analytical accuracy, and higher process accuracy (i.e. smaller values), while a lower concentration results in a looser blend tolerance, lower analytical accuracy and lower process accuracy (i.e. larger values). Other factors affect specifications as well, including characteristics of the minor component, the type of balance gas or liquid used, instrument limitations, reference standard accuracy, and the purity of the raw materials used to make the blend. Component Verification Component verification is the extent to which the concentrations of minor components in a mixture are checked for accuracy. For RATA, Compliance, Reference and ACUBLEND Master Class products, complete analysis is performed for all minor components in your mix. This means that the concentration and accuracy of every component is independently analyzed, using the appropriate instrumentation, reference standards and procedures. For all dual-certified Reference Class products, and selected Certified Class products, concentrations of minor components are measured gravimetrically and verified using GRAVSTAT process controls. Blend Tolerance Blend tolerance is important to assure that the mixture you order is at a concentration suitable for your application and should not be confused with process accuracy. Blend tolerance is the difference between the certified concentration and the requested concentration for a given component. For example, if you order a mixture at a concentration of 100 ppm with a blend tolerance of 5%, then we must produce a product with a certified concentration between 95 and 105 ppm (i.e. [100-95] / 100 = 0.05 or 5% relative) to be in specification. Blend tolerance will vary by the component and concentration you order, and will also be dependent on the manufacturing method used to make the blend. ACUBLEND Master Class products offer the Zero Blend Tolerance option, meaning no difference between the certified and requested concentration. For more information on Zero Blend Tolerance, refer to page 93.

ACUBLEND Hits the Mark


SCOTT ACUBLEND products are recommended for applications requiring the highest degree of consistency and repeatability from cylinder-to-cylinder. Our unique Zero Blend Tolerance feature makes it possible for us to meet your ordered concentration exactly, and to make as many cylinders as you need with no variation in concentration. We can provide a mixture to match any existing cylinder, regardless of its origin. Repeat orders can perfectly duplicate prior orders, and cylinders can be freely mixed and interchanged with no harm to your process. SCOTT ACUBLEND products offer you unparalleled performance and speed of delivery, so your measurements will always hit the mark. Important Notice To the best of Air Liquide America Specialty Gases LLCs knowledge, the information contained in this catalog is reliable and accurate as of the production date of this catalog; however, accuracy, suitability or completeness are not guaranteed, and no warranties of any type, either express or implied, including warranty of merchantability and warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, are provided. The information contained in the catalog is general in nature and is not intended to be a substitute for designs, maintenance procedures, safety procedures or other procedures specifically tailored to your system or operations. Each participant should review specific procedures and check with his/her safety advisor before handling cylinders or their contents. The information contained in this catalog may be updated from time to time; therefore, the user should ensure that he/she has updated information. Air Liquide also expressly disclaims liability and responsibility for loss or damage resulting from the use of this information.

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Analytical Accuracy Analytical accuracy is the difference between the analyzed concentration and the true concentration of a component. To make an analytical accuracy claim, the mixture you order must undergo an independent laboratory analysis using an instrument, such as a gas chromatograph or FTIR, or using a chemical analysis method. In addition, the analysis must be calibrated with a reference material whose true value has been established, and the key contributors to analysis variability must be quantified and controlled. This data can then be used to calculate the analytical accuracy of the blend. Analytical accuracy should not be confused with certified or certified accuracy. The term certified is used in many different contexts in the specialty gas industry. Some vendors supply certified mixtures and imply an analytical accuracy, when in fact no independent laboratory analysis was done. It is important to understand how the manufacturer defines the term certified before you purchase your next calibration standard. Process Accuracy Process accuracy is similar to, but not the same as, analytical accuracy it is the difference between the blended concentration and the true concentration. To make a mixture with a process accuracy claim, the blending process used must have tight manufacturing controls and must be calibrated with reference materials, such as NIST-certified weights, whose true value has been established. In addition, all the key contributors to process variability must be quantified and controlled, so that the accuracy can be calculated. A gravimetric scale, in many respects, is similar to an analytical instrument. The device is highly sensitive, can be calibrated, and can be used to measure both the concentration and the accuracy of a component. A properly controlled process, such as GRAVSTAT, can yield tight accuracy specifications, sometimes even tighter accuracy specifications than analytical accuracy, and is an example of a manufacturing technique for which a process accuracy can be calculated. Reproducibility Our reproducibility specification was developed exclusively in response to our customers demand for cylinder-to-cylinder comparability. This number specifies how well the concentration of your current cylinder will agree with that of your replacement cylinder, when compared on your instrument. Reproducibility is not a value that is measured directly, but it is a necessary result of the analytical accuracy and/or process accuracy. Air Liquide is able to guarantee reproducibility because our accuracy specifications measure how well we have determined the true value of your mix. The benefit of the reproducibility specification becomes apparent in an application operating under statistical process control (SPC). Use of a replacement calibration standard, if significantly different in concentration from the current standard, could necessitate a change in SPC calibration and control parameters, causing a process upset. The reproducibility specification available exclusively from Air Liquide can save you time and money by avoiding these potentially costly incidents. SCOTT Gas and Liquid Mixture Classes Exclusively from Air Liquide Dual-Analyzed Standards

RATA Class Compliance Class

Dual-Certified Standards

Reference Class

Single-Certified Standards

ACUBLEND Master Class Certified Master Class Certified Working Class

Custom Standards

Custom Class

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Traceability Traceability is important as companies adopt quality certifications. Laboratories, for example, must establish traceability of measurements to earn ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. Traceability is the pathway or linkage back to the true value of a measurement. For traceability to exist, there must be an unbroken chain of comparisons between the measured value and an accepted reference that is recognized in the national or international measurement system. In specialty gases, there are two types of traceability, analytical traceability and process traceability. Analytical traceability can be achieved through use of gas reference material, such as a NIST SRM, while process traceability can be achieved by measurement of a fundamental physical parameter, such as mass, temperature or pressure. Analytical Traceability Analytical traceability is the link between the analyzed concentration and the true concentration for a gas mixture. Analytical traceability is achieved by laboratory analysis of your mixture on an instrument directly calibrated with gas reference material from a recognized metrology organization such as NIST, VSL or NPL. For example, when the analysis is performed with a NIST SRM or NTRM, the resulting product is said to be directly NISTtraceable. For specialized applications, traceability can also be linked to consensus standards created by trade or industry groups, where no national or international reference standards are available. Examples include reformulated gasoline calibration standards for measurement of oxygenate and sulfur levels in gasoline. The high cost of reference standards like SRMs makes it economical for gas suppliers to blend intermediate standards so-called Gas Manufacturers Intermediate Standards (GMISs) and analyze them against SRMs. The unbroken chain of traceability can still be maintained even if GMIS-type standards are used, however, the accuracy of this laboratory analysis will be lower. Every step that intervenes between the product analysis and the original reference standard results in more uncertainty for the mixture you buy. In addition, the resulting products will be traceable, but not directly traceable. If your application requires direct traceability like many environmental measurements, be sure your gas supplier has access to and uses the correct reference standard. Process Traceability Process traceability is very similar to analytical traceability it is the link between the blended concentration and the true concentration for a gas mixture. In order to have process traceability, the blending method used for your mixture must also be directly calibrated with reference material from a recognized metrology organization such as NIST, VSL or NPL. For example, if a gravimetric blending scale is calibrated with NIST Class 1 weights, or the older Class S weights, the resulting product is said to be NIST-traceable by weight. Process traceability is extremely important for product classes, because traceability for this singlecertified product can only be achieved through weight-traceability. Air Liquide is the only specialty gas company that guarantees traceability for all product classes. Metrology Standards Traceability Hierarchy
Standard Reference Materials (SRM) from NIST

NIST-Traceable Reference Materials (NTRM)

Gas Manufacturer Intermediate Standard (GMIS)

Directly Traceable Gases

Indirectly Traceable Gases

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Critical Impurities Analysis Every specialty gas mixture contains at least one minor component for which the certified concentration and accuracy are needed. But in some applications, the presence of other trace impurities in the mixture can interfere with the proper functioning of analytical equipment and could result in poor quality analytical results. For example, one application may require a mixture of 500 ppm of carbon monoxide in nitrogen, with dual-certification, 1% accuracy and direct NIST-traceability, but trace sulfurs must be below 1 ppm to avoid contamination or interference. In this case, the trace sulfurs constitute the critical impurities. In this instance we would check the quality of all raw materials for trace sulfurs, and then analyze the final blend to assure that your trace sulfur impurity specification was met. Trace level impurities can originate from the raw materials used, the balance gas/liquid used or from the blending process. Air Liquides manufacturing processes track and keep trace impurities to a minimum, and offers the analysis of critical impurities as an option for Reference and Custom Class mixtures. Minor Components Air Liquide offers the industry's widest range of components for manufacture of gas and liquid mixtures. Components such as atmospherics, hydrocarbons, inert gases and even reactive components such as nitric oxide, hydrogen sulfide and 1,3-butadiene are available. Our standard components list is shown on pages 14 and 15, but this is only a partial list of the components Air Liquide will blend. In Custom Class, Air Liquide will also make blends of components you specify that can include rare or unusual materials. In addition, Air Liquide will manufacture mixtures using raw materials that you supply. Reactive Components Mixture components can be classified into two main types reactive and inert (nonreactive). A reactive component is one that exhibits erratic behavior, most commonly observed as instability a significant drop in the expected concentration when blended into mixtures. There are several ways that a component can earn a reactive designation. Some compounds react with other components of the mixture or with the balance material, and these reactions can be accelerated in a high-pressure cylinder. Other components are sticky, that is, they attach themselves to the cylinder wall or delivery system and drop out of the mixture. Both of these conditions lead to unstable mixtures. Air Liquides proprietary blending techniques minimize or compensate for component reactivity. See page 84 for more information. Reference Standard Accuracy Virtually all instrumental methods of analysis require use of a reference standard to make an accurate measurement. For all laboratory analyzed products, Air Liquide uses reference standards that are equal to or more stringent than the required analytical accuracy specifications. For EPA protocol mixtures, Air Liquide uses only SRMs, NTRMs, PRMs and EPA GMISs as reference standards. For Reference, ACUBLEND, Custom and selected Certified Class mixtures, we use Air Liquide Reference Standards (ALRSs), or accurately prepared temporary standards as reference standards, all of which meet Air Liquides stringent accuracy specifications. These are the best reference standards available in the industry, short of a NIST or VSL certified standard. Certificate of Accuracy Air Liquide provides a detailed Certificate of Accuracy for every product class. The Certificate of Accuracy reports the official concentration for every component, as well as other important data demonstrating that the mixture meets our class specifications. In Custom Class, Air Liquide offers the opportunity to design or specify a Certificate of Accuracy matched to exact needs. An example Certificate of Accuracy is shown for several product classes on pages 88 to 98. The Certificate of Accuracy is your assurance that the mixture you bought meets Air Liquide specifications and your requirements.

RATA CLASS
Dual-Analyzed Calibration Standard
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CERTIFICATE OF ACCURACY: Interference-Free Multi-Component EPA Protocol Gas

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Assay Laboratory Air Liquide America Specialty Gases 6141 Easton Road Bldg 1 Plumsteadville PA 18949 Cylinder Number: ALM057617 Cylinder Pressure**: 1943 psig 4 Cylinder Size: 30AL

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P.O. No.: STOCK Project No.: 01-0000-000 Item No.: 55867530930AL Certification Date: 13Jan2009 Previous Certification Dates: None Exp Date: 13Jan2011

Customer XYZ Corporation 1244 Highland Road Knoxville TN 12345

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This certification was performed according to EPA Traceability Protocol for Assay and Certification of Gaseous Calibration Standards, Procedure G-1, September 1997.

CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION
Component Name Carbon Dioxide Nitric Oxide Sulfur Dioxide NitrogenOxygen Free Total Oxides of Nitrogen

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Concentration (Mole) 17.65% 447ppm 1111% 3 balance 447ppm

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Accuracy* (%) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Traceability Direct NIST Direct NIST Direct NIST Reference Value Only

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*Analytical accuracy is based on the requirements of EPA Protocol Procedure G1, September 1997. **Do not use when cylinder pressure is below 150 psig.

REFERENCE STANDARD
Type/SRM No. NTRM 1800 NTRM 1686 NTRM 2690

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Expiration Date 01Mar2009 15Sep2012 15May2010

Cylinder Number K004320 KAL004346 KAL003173

Concentration 17.87% 490.8 ppm 975.0 ppm

Component Carbon Dioxide Nitric Oxide Sulfur Dioxide

14 INSTRUMENTATION
Instrument Model/Serial# FTIR//000928781 FTIR//000928781 FTIR//000928781 Date Last Calibrated 20Dec2008 24Dec2008 08Jan2009

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Analytical Procedure FTIR FTIR FTIR

15 ANALYZER READINGS
FIRST TRIAD ANALYSIS
Carbon Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: % Z1 = 0.00232 R1 = 17.83408 R2 = 17.84356 Z2 = 0.00963 Z3 = 0.01121 T3 = 17.63228 Avg. Concentration: 17.65% T1 = 17.60468 T2 = 17.62386 R3 = 17.85038

SECOND TRIAD ANALYSIS


Carbon Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: % Z1 = 0.00000 R1 = 0.00000 R2 = 0.00000 Z2 = 0.00000 Z3 = 0.00000 T3 = 0.00000 Avg. Concentration: 17.65% T1 = 0.00000 T2 = 0.00000 R3 = 0.00000

CALIBRATION CURVE
Carbon Dioxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99996E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 9.52789E-1 C = 1.32570E-2 D = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0 Nitric Oxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99999E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 8.90636E-1 C = 3.60000ED = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0 Sulfur Dioxide Concentration = A+ Bx + Cx2 + Dx3 + Ex4 r = 9.99999E-1 Constants: A = 0.00000E+0 B = 9.96407E-1 C = 4.00000E-6 D = 0.00000E+0 E = 0.00000E+0

Nitric Oxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.01192 R1 = 490.5973 R2 = 491.4475 Z2 = 0.06742 Z3 = 0.23608 T3 = 448.1997 Avg. Concentration: 447.4 ppm T1 = 447.6637 T2 = 447.7400 R3 = 491.8114

Nitric Oxide Date: 13Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.08823 R1 = 490.8759 R2 = 491.0290 Z2 = 0.24821 Z3 = 0.35413 T3 = 447.1983 Avg. Concentration: 446.8 ppm

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T1 = 446.9677 T2 = 447.0860 R3 = 491.2220

Sulfur Dioxide Date: 06Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.13402 R1 = 978.1843 R2 = 978.2311 Z2 = 0.01899 Z3 = 0.04552 T3 = 1115.473 Avg. Concentration: 1111 ppm T1 = 1114.934 T2 = 1115.11 R3 = 978.4597

Sulfur Dioxide Date: 13Jan2009 Response Unit: ppm Z1 = 0.27726 R1 = 976.0623 R2 = 977.2268 Z2 = 0.55561 Z3 = 0.61956 T3 = 1113.81 Avg. Concentration: 1111 ppm T1 = 1112.257 T2 = 1113.796 R3 = 977.4472

(Z=Zero Gas R=Reference Gas T=Test Gas r=Correlation Coefficient)

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Special Notes: Not applicable.

Approved By: __________________________________________________

LuciMartens

Date: _________________________

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Standard Industry Methods The legacy of Scott Specialty Gases is well-known for its ability to analyze gas mixtures with high precision and accuracy. For all laboratory analyzed products, Air Liquide uses SCOTT developed analytical procedures to achieve the concentration and accuracy specifications. But for some applications, customers require certification of their mixture by a specific analytical procedure. For instance, refinery customers measuring sulfur emissions often require analysis of H2S by EPA Method 11, the EPAs approved reference method. SCOTT RATA Class and Compliance Class mixtures are certified using standard EPA protocol procedures required to produce a compliant product. For Reference and Custom Class, Air Liquide also offers further analysis of mixtures using industry standard methods as specified or requested by the customer. These additional analyses add value by making your mixture from Air Liquide perfectly matched to your application. Physical Property Notifications The physical properties of components used to make specialty gas mixtures vary greatly. A common limitation in preparing mixtures is that one or more components has a low vapor pressure at room temperature. Such mixtures can frequently be prepared by reducing the total pressure of the mixture to avoid possible condensation of the less volatile components. When this situation occurs, Air Liquide alerts you by printing actual mixture properties (i.e. dew point temperature, vapor pressure restrictions) on the label and Certificate of Accuracy. For applications where mixture pressure and dew point are critical, a full mixture phase envelope can be provided for Reference, ACUBLEND and Custom Class mixtures. Raw Material Quality Control Air Liquide has long recognized that controlling impurities in raw materials is critical for producing highly accurate specialty gas mixtures. Our raw materials are carefully selected and tested for trace impurities prior to use. For our gravimetric products, we go one step further. For Reference Class, raw materials are analyzed and certified not just for trace impurity concentrations, but also for the accuracy of raw material purity. The accuracy is a critical element of achieving our process accuracy specifications. Product Shelf Life Product shelf life is the length of time over which Air Liquide will guarantee that components of a gas mixture remain at their certified concentrations within the specified tolerances. Our shelf life claims are based on formal stability studies, and on more than 50 years of history and experience blending specialty gas mixtures. Some mixtures also have an expiration date that is usually set by regulations (i.e. EPA protocols) and is always shorter than the length of time that the mixture is actually stable. Air Liquide employs ACULIFE and other proprietary cylinder treatment processes to guarantee mixture shelf life and stability. Raw Materials

CO2

CO

SO2

N2

Blended Mixture Air Liquide uses extensive laboratory control procedures to analyze all raw materials for impurity levels.

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Compressed Gas Definitions


All cylinders containing Air Liquide gases are labeled, packaged and shipped according to local and national requirements, as well as industry standards. Transportation label diamonds, regardless of color, indicate hazardous materials. Personnel handling any compressed gas should be familiar with the potential hazards before using the gas. In addition to the chemical hazards of compressed gases, hazards accompanying high pressure or low temperature may also be present due to the physical state of the gas (i.e. liquefied or nonliquefied). We also recommend that personnel who handle compressed gases engage in prejob discussion with their supervisor or another knowledgeable coworker before beginning any task. Outline the job step by step, as well as any actions necessary to complete the job. Address potential emergencies, and the safe and proper measures necessary to avoid these emergencies. Identify several scenarios that could result in gas leaks or other emergencies to be fully prepared to respond adequately. If there is doubt regarding proper safety procedures, consult your Air Liquide representative. Further information concerning the safe handling, storage and use of compressed gases, in addition to the information presented in this catalog, is available from Air Liquide. Compressed Gas Any nonflammable material or mixture having a pressure exceeding 41 psia (3 bar) at 70F (21C) in the container, or any flammable or poisonous material that is a gas at 70F (21C) and has a pressure of 14.7 psia (3 bar) or greater. Most compressed gases will not exceed 2,000 to 2,640 psig (138 to 182 bar), though some will go up to 6,000 psig (414 bar). Nonliquefied Compressed Gas A chemical or material other than gas in solution that, under the charged pressure, is entirely gaseous at a temperature of 70F (21C). Liquefied Compressed Gas A chemical or material that, under the charged pressure, is partially liquid at a temperature of 70F (21C). Compressed Gas in Solution A nonliquefied compressed gas that is dissolved in a solvent.

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Gas Categories
Asphyxiant Gases These are gases that are non- or minimally toxic but which dilute the oxygen in air leading to death by asphyxiation if breathed long enough. Toxic gases in large enough concentrations can also cause asphyxiation and lead to death by other mechanisms such as interaction with the respiratory system by competing with oxygen (such as carbon monoxide) or causing direct damage (such as phosgene). Because asphyxiant gases are relatively inert, their presence in large quantities may not be noticed until the effects of elevated blood carbon dioxide are recognized by the body. Notable examples of asphyxiant gases are nitrogen, argon and helium. Corrosive Gases These are gases that corrode material or tissue with which they come in contact, or do so in the presence of water. They are reactive and can also be toxic and/or flammable or an oxidizer. Most are hazardous in low concentrations over long periods of time. It is essential that equipment used for handling corrosive gases be constructed of proper materials. Use check valves and traps in a system where there is a possibility that water or other inorganic materials can be sucked back into the cylinder. Due to the probability of irritation and damage to the lungs, mucous membranes and eye tissues from contact, the threshold limit values of the gas should be rigidly observed. Proper protective clothing and equipment must be used to minimize exposure to corrosive materials. A full body shower and eye wash station should be in the area. Cryogenic Gases These are gases with a boiling point of -130F (-90C) at atmospheric pressure. They are extremely cold and can produce intense burns. They can be nonflammable, flammable or oxidizing. Cryogenic liquids can build up intense pressures. At cryogenic temperatures, system components can become brittle and crack. Never block a line filled with cryogenic liquid, as a slight increase in temperature can cause tremendous and dangerous buildup of pressure and cause the line to burst. The system should also be designed with a safety relief valve and, depending upon the gas, a vent line. Always wear gauntlet gloves to cover hands and arms, and a cryogenic apron to protect the front of the body. Wear pants over the shoes to prevent liquids from getting trapped inside your shoes. Wear safety glasses and a face shield as cryogenic liquids tend to bounce up when they are spilled. Flammable Gases These are gases that, when mixed with air at atmospheric temperature and pressure, form a flammable mixture at 13% or less by volume, or have a flammable range in air of greater than 12% by volume regardless of the lower flammable limit. A change in temperature, pressure or oxidant concentration may vary the flammable range considerably. All possible sources of ignition must be eliminated. Use a vent line made of stainless steel, purge with an inert gas and use a flash arrester. It is important to have a fire extinguisher where flammable gases are used and stored. A hand-held gas detector is also recommended to guard against gas buildup and to detect leaks in gas lines. Remember that the source of gas must be eliminated before attempting to put out a fire involving flammable gases.

WARNING
Many specialty gases have flammable, toxic, corrosive, oxidizing, pyrophoric and other hazardous properties. These gases can cause serious injury or death, as well as property damage, if proper safety precautions are not followed.

CORROSIVE

FLAMMABLE GAS

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Inert Gases These are gases that do not react with other materials at ordinary temperature and pressure. They are colorless and odorless, as well as nonflammable and nontoxic. Inert gases can displace the amount of oxygen necessary to support life when released in a confined place. Use of adequate ventilation and monitoring of the oxygen content in confined places will minimize the danger of asphyxiation. Oxidant Gases These are gases that do not burn but will support combustion and they can displace oxygen in air (with the exception of O2 itself). It is essential that all possible sources of ignition be eliminated when handling oxygen and other oxidants as they react rapidly and violently. Do not store combustible materials with oxidants. Do not allow oil, grease or other readily combustible materials to come in contact with a cylinder or equipment used for oxidant services. Use only equipment that is intended for this type of service. Use only a regulator that is designated and labeled cleaned for O2 service. Pyrophoric Gases Gases such as silane, phosphine, diborane and arsine are commonly used in the semiconductor industry and are extremely dangerous to handle because they do not require a source of ignition to explode or catch fire. Pyrophoric gases will ignite spontaneously in air at or below 130F (54C). Specific gases may not ignite in all circumstances or may explosively decompose. Under certain conditions, some gases can undergo polymerization with release of large amounts of energy in the form of heat. Toxic or Poison Gases These are gases that may chemically produce lethal or other health effects. They can be high-pressure, reactive, flammable or nonflammable, and/or oxidizing in addition to their toxicity. The degree of toxicity and the effects will vary depending on the gas. Permissible exposure levels must be strictly adhered to (please refer to the PELs listed in this catalog). Read the MSDS thoroughly before use. Never work alone with toxic gasesinspect the system that will contain the gas and thoroughly test it for leaks with an inert gas before use. Purge all lines with an inert gas before opening the cylinder valve or breaking connections. Use toxic gases in a well-ventilated area. It is important to have gas detectors, self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing on hand. The breathing apparatus must be stored in a safe area immediately adjacent to the work area, so that in the event of an emergency, a person can go directly into the area and close the door and safely put on the apparatus. Full body showers, eye washes, fire alarms and firefighting equipment should be readily accessible. Refer to your local building code for storage and use requirements for toxic gases. Keep your inventory of toxic or poison gases at a minimum. When a project is completed, return leftover cylinders to Air Liquide. They should never be stored for possible future use. This might result in accidental removal of cylinder labeling, making it an unnecessary hazard and greatly increasing the cost of proper disposal.
NON-FLAMMABLE GAS

OXIDIZER

5.1

TOXIC GAS

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Gas mixtures assume the categories of the components of the mixture with the predominant component determining the final classification of the mixture. The exception is when a component is toxic to a degree sufficient to influence the final classification. The information offered in this listing is assumed to be reliable and is for use by technically qualified personnel at their discretion and risk. Air Liquide does not warranty the data contained herein.

Specialty Gas
Acetylene Air Allene Ammonia Argon Arsine Boron Trichloride Boron Trifluoride 1,3-Butadiene Butane Butenes Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Carbonyl Sulfide Chlorine Cyanogen Cyclopropane Deuterium Diborane Dimethylamine Dimethyl Ether Ethane Ethyl Acetylene Ethyl Chloride Ethylene Ethylene Oxide Fluorine Germane Halocarbon-12 (Dichlorodifluoromethane) Halocarbon-13 (Chlorotrifluoromethane) Halocarbon-14 (Tetrafluoromethane) Halocarbon-22 (Chlorodifluoromethane)

Nonliquefied Compressed (2) X

Liquefied

Flammable Limits in Air Vol.% (1) 2.5 80

Oxidant

Inert

Corrosive

Toxic

X X X 2.1 13 15 25 X X X 5.1 78 X X 2 11.5 1.9 8.5 1.6 9.3 X 12.5 74 12 28.5 X 6.6 32 2.4 10.4 5 75 0.8 98 2.8 14.4 3.4 18 3 12.4 1.1 6.6 (7) 3.8 15.4 3 34 3.6 100 X 2 98 (7) X X X X X X X (3) (3) X X (4) (4) (4) X (4) X

X (5) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (6) X X

(4) X

X (4) (4)

(1) Flammable limits are at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature. Other conditions will change the limits. (2) Dissolved in solvent under pressure. Gas may be unstable and explosive above 15 psig (1 bar). (3) Corrosive in presence of moisture. (4) Toxic it is recommended that the user be thoroughly familiar with the toxicity and other properties of this gas. (5) Cancer suspect agent. (6) Recognized human carcinogen. (7) Flammable - however, limits are estimated.

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Helium Hydrogen Hydrogen Bromide Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogen Fluoride Hydrogen Sulfide Isobutane Isobutylene Krypton Methane Methyl Chloride Methyl Mercaptan Monoethylamine Monomethylamine Neon Nitric Oxide Nitrogen Nitrogen Dioxide Nitrogen Trioxide Nitrosyl Chloride Nitrous Oxide Oxygen Phosgene Phosphine Propane Propylene Silane Sulfur Dioxide Sulfur Hexafluoride Sulfur Tetrafluoride Trimethylamine Vinyl Bromide Vinyl Chloride Xenon

Nonliquefied Compressed X X

Liquefied

Flammable Limits in Air Vol.% (1)

Oxidant

Inert X

Corrosive

Toxic

4 75 X X X X X X (3) (3) X (3) (4) (4) (4) (4)

4.3 46 1.8 8.4 1.8 9.6 5 15 8.1 17.4 3.9 21.8 3.5 14 4.9 20.7

(3)

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (5) X

(4) X X X X X X X X X X (3) (3) (3) (4) (4) (4) (3) (4)

1.6 98 2.1 9.5 2 11.1 1.5 98 (3) X 2 11.6 9 15 3.6 33 X X X

(4) (4)

(4) (4)

(1) Flammable limits are at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature. Other conditions will change the limits. (2) Dissolved in solvent under pressure. Gas may be unstable and explosive above 15 psig (1 bar). (3) Corrosive in presence of moisture. (4) Toxic it is recommended that the user be thoroughly familiar with the toxicity and other properties of this gas. (5) Cancer suspect agent. (6) Recognized human carcinogen. (7) Flammable - however, limits are not known.

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Physical Properties of Gases

Physical Properties of Gases


Pure Gases
Common Name Acetylene Air Allene Ammonia Argon Arsine Boron Trichloride Boron 11 Trifluoride Boron Trifluoride Bromine Trifluoride 1,3 Butadiene n-Butane 1-Butene cis-2-Butene trans-2-Butene Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Carbonyl Sulfide Chlorine Chlorine Trifluoride Cyanogen Cyanogen Chloride Cyclopropane Deuterium Diborane Dichlorosilane Dimethylamine Dimethyl Ether 2,2-Dimethylpropane Disilane Ethane Ethyl Acetylene Ethyl Chloride Ethylene Fluorine Germane Halocarbon 11 Halocarbon 12 Halocarbon 13 Halocarbon 13 B1 Halocarbon 14 Halocarbon 21 Halocarbon 22 Halocarbon 23 Halocarbon 113 Halocarbon 114 Halocarbon 115 Halocarbon 116 Halocarbon 142B Halocarbon 152A
** mmHg
kPa Sublimation point

Chemical Formula C2H2 C3H4 NH3 Ar AsH3 BCI3 BF3 BF3 BrF3 C4H6 C4H10 C4H8 C4H8 C4H8 CO2 CO COS CI2 CIF3 CNCN CNCI C3H6 D2 B2H6 SiH2CI2 (CH3)2NH (CH3)2O C5H12 Si2H6 C2H6 C4H6 C2H5CI C2H4 FI2 GeF4 CCI3F CCI2F2 CCIF3 CBrF3 CF4 CHCI2F CHCIF2 CHF3 CCI2F-CIF2 C2CI2F4 C2CIF6 C2F6 CH3CCIF2 C2H4F2

Molecular Weight

Vapor Pressure psia 21C 43.2 107 128.8 1100** 4.4

Specific Gravity air=1 0.91 1 1.411 0.597 1.38 2.695 4.05 2.37 2.37 4.727 1.898 2.076 1.998 1.997 1.997 1.521 0.968 2.1 2.49 3.14 1.806 1.98 1.45 0.139 0.95 3.48 1.55 1.59 2.622 1.047 1.966 2.22 0.974 1.696 3.43 5.04 4.2 3.8 5.3 3.038 3.82 3.08 2.43 2.39 5.93 5.569 4.773 3.63 2.36

Specific Volume CF/lb 14.7 13.33 9.6 22.6 9.7 5 3.3 5.6 5.6 6.9 6.4 6.7 6.7 6.7 8.76 13.8 6.5 5.4 4.2 7.4 6.3 9.2 95.9 13.98 3.83 8.5 8.4 5.3 12.8 7.2 6 13.8 10.2 5.05 2.