medical nitrous oxides

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Medical Nitrous Oxides
10L cylinder 99.9%-99.999% industrial laughing gas ,medical grade nitrous oxide
Food grade Nitrous Oxide is produced by Ammonium Nitrate.
It is widely used for hospital applications.
Another common application is Nitro booster in high speed racing cars.
Common purity : 99.9%
Electronic purity : 99.999%

medical nitrous oxides

DSW is a leading industry N2O gas, dinitrogen monoxide, laughing gas, and medical nitrous oxide manufacturer with high quality and cost-effectiveness.
We have exported Nitrous oxide and N2O cylinders to many countries like India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Netherlands.

N2O in compressed-gas cylinders is present in both the liquid and gaseous states.
N2O cylinders are factory filled to 90% to 95% capacity with liquid N2O.10 Above the liquid in the tank is N2O gas.
The gas pressure within the cylinder of N2O is approximately 750 psig at 25° C (70° F) (see Fig. 14.12, B) within both the E and G cylinders.
Nitrous oxides (N2O), also called dinitrogen monoxide, laughing gas, or nitrous, are one of several oxides of nitrogen, a colorless gas with pleasant,
sweetish odor and taste, which, when inhaled, produces insensibility to pain preceded by mild hysteria, sometimes laughter.

N2O Specification

Product packagingmedical nitrous oxidesN2O gas
size10L40L
Outside Diameter140/152/159 mm219mm
Height950/890/790mm1333mm
Weight13.4/12.6/12.7 KGS48 KGS
Working pressure150BAR150BAR
Test pressure250BAR250BAR
Material37Mn37Mn
Wall thickness4.1/4.4/4.4 mm5.7MM
StandardISO9809-3ISO9809-3
Filling weight( N2O)5 KGS20/24 KGS

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Applications of N2O

The gas is also used as a propellant in food aerosols.
In automobile racing, nitrous oxide is injected into an engine’s air intake;
the extra oxygen allows the engine to burn more fuel per stroke.

Medical nitrous oxides are used in adults and children for:
General anesthesia – usually as an adjuvant to other volatile or intravenous anesthetics
Pain relief – employed with oxygen for analgesia in moderately painful procedures, such as dentistry, obstetrics, and fractures
Conscious sedation.
Nitrous oxides are sometimes used as an adjuvant of balanced anesthesia for surgical interventions, enabling reduced doses of other drugs and facilitating post-operatory elimination.