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Discover a comprehensive range of technical gases at Ramdon. We provide a diverse range of technical gases to meet market and industrial needs. Our commitment to quality assurance, custom solutions, and reliable delivery ensures that your operations run smoothly and efficiently.

Get in touch with our knowledgeable team today to experience the difference our technical gases can make in your processes.

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Our portfolio of technical gases

Ramdon offers a variety of technical gases in different cylinders: 670g, 1350g, 2000g.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is utilised for photosynthesis in both greenhouses and aquariums. Enhanced CO2 supplementation leads to increased growth rates and biomass production in the glasshouses, resulting in earlier maturity for plants and enabling more crops to be harvested annually

The mixtures of Argon (Ar) and Carbon dioxide (CO2) are used for portable welding. Each mixture has specific ratios designed to enhance the welding process by controlling factors like heat and shielding, making them suitable for various welding applications.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) for photosynthesis 

  1. Increase in photosynthesis results in increased growth rates and biomass production.
  2. Plants have earlier maturity and more crops can be harvested annually.
  3. In flower production, supplemental CO2 increases the number and size of flowers.

Photosynthesis is the process which involves a chemical reaction between water and carbon dioxide in the presence of light, to make food (sugars) for plants and as a byproduct releases oxygen in the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide currently comprises .04% (400 ppm) of the atmospheric volume. It is a colourless and odourless minor gas in the atmosphere, but has an important role for sustaining life. Plants take in CO2 through small cellular pores called stomata in the leaves during the day. During respiration (oxidation of stored sugars in plants producing energy and CO2) plants take in oxygen (O2) and give off CO2, which complements photosynthesis when plants take in CO2 and give off O2. The CO2 produced during respiration is always less than the amount of CO2 taken in during photosynthesis. So, plants are always in a CO2 deficient condition, which limits their potential growth.

CO2 Supplementation

In general, CO2 supplementation is the process of adding more CO2 in the greenhouse, which increases photosynthesis in a plant. Although benefits of high CO2 concentration have been recognized since the early 19th century, growth of the greenhouse industry and indoor gardening since the 1970s has dramatically increased the need for supplemental CO2. The greenhouse industry has advanced with new technologies and automation. With the development of improved lighting systems, environmental controls and balanced nutrients, the amount of CO2 is the only limiting factor for maximum growth of plants. Thus, keeping the other growing conditions ideal, supplemental CO2 can provide improved plant growth. This is also called ‘CO2 enrichment’ or ‘CO2 fertilisation’.

Carbon dioxide is an odorless, colorless gas with a slightly pungent, acidic taste. It will not burn or support combustion.

СО2 > 99,8 Vol %
H2O < 120 ppmV

carbon dioxide co2 cylinder

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