Helium Gas Tanks

Helium’s boiling point of -268.9oC tends to make it unsubstitutable as a cooling medium for the Significant Hadron Collider and the superconducting magnets in MRI scanners and NMR spectrometers. This technology is somewhat new for helium separation applications and may possibly not be appropriate for longer-lifetime projects. Helium is the second most ordinary element just after hydrogen. The boiling point of Helium is the lowest among all the elements. Low…Read More