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The Most Popular Gas

Posted on 4th January 2019

In this fantastic article, we’re going to be studying the celebrities of the gas world. Today you’ll be learning about which gas is number one, which is worth the most on the market, and much more. This is a gas extravaganza!

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What Will Gas Cost in 2019?

Posted on 24th December 2018

Those who rely on gas and portable gas bottles for a number of activities are no doubt wondering what will happen to the cost of gas next year. There are uncertain times ahead with the impact of Brexit and other financial issues across the world. We can use past trends in gas prices to inform […]

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Things Made out of Carbon

Posted on 13th December 2018

In this blog, we’ll be looking at the uses of all things carbon, including diamonds, graphite and carbon dioxide. Carbon is extremely important for our planet and our way of life; we wouldn’t want to imagine an Earth without it.

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How Gas Is Collected Using Christmas Trees

Posted on 11th December 2018

What Is A Christmas tree? In the mining of petroleum gas and oil, a Christmas tree refers to an intricate assembly consisting of a series of valves, fittings and spools that sit on top of a gas or oil well to regulate outward and inward flow of fluid and gas. The terms wellhead and Christmas […]

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Top 12 Inflatable Santas

Posted on 27th November 2018

The decorations are starting to go up and, far from ‘loving thy neighbour as thyself’, it seems like every other street has two or more houses that are dedicated to besting the other in garden displays. If you’re playing into this game this Christmas, there’s no better way to decorate your Christmas garden than with […]

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How to Recycle your Gas Cylinders

Posted on 19th November 2018

If you have an unused or unnecessary gas cylinder, you can’t just put it in the bin – what if it explodes and seriously hurts your visiting in-laws? In order to prevent this travesty from ever taking place, one should carefully consider the best way to dispose of your gas cylinders. The answer might be […]

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Food Preservation and Christmas Dishes

Posted on 24th October 2018

Food preservation is an important skill to master in the process of reducing food wastage, especially around Christmas feasts. It’s about pickling, pantries and puddings – some Christmas puddings can last a whole two years after they’re made due to their high alcohol and sugar contents. In this article, we’ll look at the history of […]

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8 Common Uses of Bottled Gas

Posted on 17th October 2018

When most people think of bottled gas, the first use they probably think of will be helium balloons. Helium balloons are a popular attraction at weddings, birthday parties, showcases and the kids’ section in McDonald’s. Balloons are a very visible use of bottled gas, but it has hundreds of other functions in your life that […]

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What’s the Difference between MIG and TIG Welding Gas

Posted on 17th October 2018

It’s a question asked by many welders who are just starting out in their craft. Regardless of whether you’re welding for a career or as a hobby, it’s important to understand the differences between these two.  Understanding which gas to use in which situation will ensure that you are able to weld efficiently and safely.

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Everything You Need to Know About Hydroponics

Posted on 17th September 2018

Most people have probably heard or seen the word ‘hydroponics’ in films or in the news, but although this strange term has been around for decades, it still seems shrouded in mystery. While this revolutionary method of hydroculture has become increasingly popular in horticultural circles, many people still may not know what it means, let […]

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