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Cryogenic Liquids We
Supply To Utah Businesses

Cryogenic Liquids We Supply To Utah Businesses

We Are a Utah Leader
in Cryogenic Liquids

We Are a Utah Leader in Cryogenic Liquids

Arc Supply sells nitrogen, oxygen and argon in liquid form in addition to gaseous form. These are each a cryogenic liquid, a liquid with a boiling point below 93K (-180°C or -240°F) at 1 atmosphere of pressure. Liquid cryogens have many applications in frozen storage and experimentation.

Arc Supply sells nitrogen, oxygen and argon in liquid form in addition to gaseous form. These are each a cryogenic liquid, a liquid with a boiling point below 93K (-180°C or -240°F) at 1 atmosphere of pressure. Liquid cryogens have many applications in frozen storage and experimentation.

Cryogenic Liquids
Arc Supply Sells

Liquid Nitrogen

At normal pressure, liquid nitrogen boils at 77 K (−195.8 C or −320.4 F). Nitrogen is nontoxic, odorless, and colorless. It is relatively inert. It is not flammable. Liquid nitrogen is the most widely used crygenic gas sold by Arc Supply. Common uses include:

  • The freezing and transporting of food products
  • The cryopreservation of biological samples, such as sperm, eggs, and animal genetic samples
  • Use as a coolant for superconductors, vacuum pumps, and other materials and equipment
  • Use in cryotherapy to remove skin abnormalities
  • The shielding of materials from oxygen exposure
  • The quick freezing of water or pipes to allow work on them when valves aren't available
  • A source of extremely dry nitrogen gas
  • The branding of cattle
  • The molecular gastronomy preparation of unusual foods and beverages
  • The cooling of materials for easier machining or fracturing
  • Science projects, including making liquid nitrogen ice cream, freezing flowers and then watching them shatter when tapped onto a hard surface, and making nitrogen fog

At normal pressure, liquid nitrogen boils at 77 K (−195.8 C or −320.4 F). Nitrogen is nontoxic, odorless, and colorless. It is relatively inert. It is not flammable. Liquid nitrogen is the most widely used crygenic gas sold by Arc Supply. Common uses include:

The freezing and transporting of food products


The cryopreservation of biological samples, such as sperm, eggs, and animal genetic samples


Use as a coolant for superconductors, vacuum pumps, and other materials and equipment


Use in cryotherapy to remove skin abnormalities


The shielding of materials from oxygen exposure


The quick freezing of water or pipes to allow work on them when valves aren't available


A source of extremely dry nitrogen gas


The branding of cattle


The molecular gastronomy preparation of unusual foods and beverages


The cooling of materials for easier machining or fracturing


Science projects, including making liquid nitrogen ice cream, freezing flowers and then watching them shatter when tapped onto a hard surface, and making nitrogen fog

Liquid Oxygen

Liquid oxygen (LOX) is a pale blue strongly paramagnetic liquid. It is one of the four states of aggregation of oxygen. Liquid oxygen has a specific gravity of 1.141 g/cm3. , At normal pressure, the boiling point of liquid oxygen is 90.188 K (-182.96 °C). Liquid oxygen is widely used in the aerospace and gas industries, and is commonly used in medicine. Generally, the production of liquid oxygen is based on fractional distillation of air.

Liquid Argon

Argon is colorless, odorless and tasteless. It is know as one of the “Nobel” gases since it does not react reality with other materials and forms no known chemical compounds. It is nonflammable, will not support combustion and is not life-supporting.
The gas is heavier than air and is only slightly soluble in water. When liquid argon is vaporized and then heated it consumes a large amount of heat, making it an ideal coolant.

Argon is present in the atmosphere at a concentration of ~1%. Argon is recovered from air in an Air Separation Unit (ASU) where it is drawn off as a cryogenic liquid at about -308°F. Argon can then be distributed as a cryogenic liquid or as a gas in cylinders..

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Arc Supply strives to provide you with the best customer service experience in the portable gas supply industry. Those efforts have allowed us to continually grow over the last 15 years. We invite you to try us and know you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the Arc Supply difference!

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PHONE:
(801) 973-7001

EMAIL:
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PHONE HOURS:
Monday-Friday 7a-3:30p
Saturday Hours Vary - Please Call

UTAH COMMUNITIES WE SERVICE:
Holladay, Murray, Sandy, Draper, Salt Lake City, West Valley City, West Jordan, South Jordan, Herriman, Riverton, Ogden, Clearfield, Syracuse, Layton, Fruit Heights, Kaysville, Farmington, Centerville, Bountiful, Tooele, Stansbury Park, Lehi, Alpine, Highland, American Fork, Orem, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Nephi, Payson, Saratoga Springs Heber City, Midway, Park City & More

PHONE:
(801) 973-7001

EMAIL:
nikkiarcsupply@gmail.com

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