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argon used in light bulbs compounds with argon

Quick Details
State:Gas
CAS No.:7440-37-1
Other Names:Argon gas
MF:Ar
EINECS No.:231-147-0
Place of Origin:Hangzhou, China (Mainland)
Grade Standard:Electron Grade, Industrial Grade, Medicine Grade
Purity:999%,99.9999%
Appearance:Colorless
Application:Industrial processes,Scientific research,Preservative

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This is the description of argon used in light bulbs compounds with argon

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Packaging & Delivery

 

Packaging Details

1. ISO Standard Seamless Steel Cylinder in various specifications 
2. Drum 
3. Tube Trailer 
4. As customers' demands

Delivery Time

25-30 days after PO and deposit confirmed

 

Product Description

Argon is the third most common gas in the Earth's atmosphere, at 0.93% .argon is the most prevalent of the noble gases in Earth's crust. Argon is produced industrially by the fractional distillation of liquid air. Argon is mostly used as an inert shielding gas in welding and other high-temperature industrial 

processes where ordinarily non-reactive substances become reactive; for example, an argon 

atmosphere is used in graphite electric furnaces to prevent the graphite from burning. Argon gas also has uses in incandescent and fluorescent lighting, and other types of gas discharge tubes. Argon makes a distinctive blue-green gas laser. Argon is also used in fluorescent glow starters.

 

Test Report

 

Impurity

Unit

Specification

Analysis Result

Hydrogen(H2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

Oxygen(O2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.1

Nitrogen(N2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.2

Carbon Monoxide(CO)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Carbon Dioxide(CO2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Methane(CH4)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Moisture(H2O)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

 

Argon used for welding
Argon used for welding
TIG welding
TIG welding
Application of Argon in Welding
Application of Argon in Welding

Argon used for welding

Argon arc welding argon welding, the use of argon as a shielding gas welding technology. Is in the arc welding around the argon gas shield, the air isolated in the weld zone, to prevent the weld zone oxidation. So you can weld stainless steel, iron metal hardware.
Argon gas is an ideal shielding gas, which is 25% more dense than air. It helps to protect the welding arc during flat welding and reduces the consumption of shielding gas. Argon, a very chemically inert gas, does not chemically react with the metal even at high temperatures and thus does not suffer from oxidative wear of the alloying elements and a series of problems associated with it. Argon is also insoluble in liquid metals and therefore does not cause pores. Argon is a monatomic gas that exists in an atomic state and does not decompose or atomize at high temperatures. Argon heat capacity and heat transfer capacity of small, that is, its absorption is small, outward heat transfer is less, the heat in the arc is not easy to lose, the welding arc combustion stability, heat concentration, is conducive to welding.

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argon used in light bulbs
argon used in light bulbs
argon used in light bulbs compounds with argon
argon used in light bulbs compounds with argon
compounds with argon
compounds with argon
Argon used in light bulbs :When the incandescent lamp works, the filament is in a state of high temperature incandescent. When the filament temperature is too high, it will cause the tungsten wire to evaporate too fast and reduce the life span. After evaporation, tungsten will deposit on the inner wall of the bubble shell, which will make the shell black and affect the brightness. When an appropriate amount of inert gas is filled in the bubble shell, the evaporation of tungsten wire is greatly reduced under a certain pressure than in the vacuum. That is, under the same life condition, the temperature of the filament of the inflatable bulb is larger than the temperature in the vacuum, thus improving the luminous efficiency. So, after the ordinary incandescent bulb is vacuumed, it is filled with a certain pressure of argon.
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