Helium, a chemically inert gas, plays a critical role in a wide array of industries and applications, including electronics. Air Liquide supplies this pure specialty gas in many volumes, depending on your needs and application.
Laboratories and Research
Air Liquide has a dedicated range of laboratory gases. For your helium needs, we offer pure helium under the ALPHAGAZ™ brand. ALPHAGAZ™ 1 grade of pure helium has a minimum purity of 99.999%. ALPHAGAZ™ 2 is ultra-pure at a minimum of 99.9998%, perfect for critical laboratory and analytical applications. Our ALPHAGAZ™ compressed gas cylinders are equipped with the SMARTOP™ cylinder top; a cylinder top with a built-in contents gauge, easy on/off lever and built-in flow moderator (flow restriction valve.)
|Gas||UN #||Gas Volume*||Gas per litre of Liquid||DG CLASS|
|Helium||UN1046||5.98 m³||0.748 m³||2.2|
|* in Standard conditions, 15 °C and 1 atm (101.325 kPa)|
Did you know?
- Helium was discovered in 1868 by Jules Janssen.
- Its name comes from the Greek "ἥλιος" (helios) meaning "sun".
- Helium is abundant in the sun's atmosphere and is found at trace levels in Earth's atmosphere. However, it may also be found in fossil form in natural gas pockets in some oil fields, extracted by drilling deep into the subsoil.
- Helium is an extremely light gas and is therefore very volatile.
- It is colorless, odorless, non-flammable and completely inert.
Discover more about helium's properties, volumes, applications, safety & compatability and much more with Air Liquide's Gas Encyclopedia.
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