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Breaking News: CO2 Shortage and Adams Gas

Posted on 4th July 2018

You may have heard some recent major news within the industry. Britain isn’t just suffering from a water shortage at the moment due to the high temperatures; we are also suffering from a carbon dioxide shortage due to factory closures. The summer season is also partly the reason for this lack of a hugely required […]

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Summer’s Here – It’s Time To Have A Gas

Posted on 30th May 2018

Our leisure time is more precious than ever before and with the summer season underway and the prospect of more good weather to come, we need to think of how to make the most of it. With the outdoor dining and entertaining market worth just over £7.1bn in 2017 according to, it is no […]

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How to Stay Safe When Gas Welding

Posted on 3rd May 2018

When gas welding, it’s vital to be aware that you’re handling a product that could be dangerous and should be treated with care. Knowing how to stay safe when gas welding is important at every step of the way, be it when transporting the gas cylinders, storing them or using them.

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Safety: How to Store BBQ Gas Bottles Safely

Posted on 26th April 2018

At this time of year, many people are thinking about getting the barbecue out of the garage or shed and setting it up on the few days of sunshine that we may be treated to during the spring and summer months! So, as people start to bring their barbecue and equipment out of storage, they […]

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Gas Safety Tips for Your Camping Trip

Posted on 20th April 2018

There’s something about spring and the countdown to summer that makes you want to explore the great outdoors. Camping trips are at their peak at this time of the year, with many people choosing camping because of the numerous health benefits associated with it. Camping Gaz is an essential product to take on your camping […]

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How Long Will Your Balloons Float For?

Posted on 7th March 2018

The time in which a balloon floats for depends on a lot of factors. From size to material and attachments, to what the actual balloon is filled with, there are lots of reasons for why a balloon will float longer than another.

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Top Uses of Argon Gas

Posted on 1st March 2018

Argon is one of the Noble gases. It is a colourless and odourless gas which is inert to other substances. Argon gets its name from the Greek word for ‘lazy’, reflecting how little it reacts to form compounds.

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4 Fun Facts About Acetylene Gas

Posted on 26th February 2018

Acetylene- a colourless gas used as a fuel and a chemical building block. It was discovered in 1836 by Edmond Davy, who referred to it as a new carburet of hydrogen, however it was rediscovered some years later in 1860 by a French chemist Marcellin Berthelot who coined the gases name and invented the formula.

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Why You Should Install Gas In Your Campervan

Posted on 15th February 2018

A campervan is all about freedom and the ability to escape and be self-sufficient in new environments, but commonly people find themselves tied to campsites. A gas cylinder can offer you freedom of movement in your campervan that will enable you to get far more out of your time away from home. Here we explore […]

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Staying Fresh With Nitrogen

Posted on 7th February 2018

It makes up 78% of the air you breathe and is one of the main nutrients required by all living organisms on the planet, but nitrogen is vital to so much more than just your vitality. When considered in industrial terms, the use of nitrogen trade gas cylinders is in high percentages for a range […]

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