Delivering laboratory gas supply systems for pharmaceutical, medical and research applications throughout the world.
Medical Gases has over thirty years’ experience and is the UK’s leading supplier in the design and installation of laboratory gas control and delivery systems.
Medical Gases’ laboratory gas delivery systems provide for the safe delivery of gases from storage to point of use, maintaining the integrity of gases throughout. Our systems are designed and engineered with genuine consideration for the design of the facility they are intended for and the needs of the end user. As with all our work, we aim for flawless design and execution.
Medical Gases has over thirty years’ experience and is the UK’s leading supplier in the design and installation of laboratory gas control and delivery systems. Our systems can be found in pharmaceutical and medical companies, research laboratories and industrial applications throughout the world, where they facilitate research to improve the health and save lives.
Our capabilities include design, manufacturing, installation, project management, testing, commissioning, maintenance and client training. Our experience covers an entire spectrum form small scale modifications and upgrades to the design and installation of complete turnkey gas delivery systems, with all activities monitored by certified Quality Assurance Systems.
‘Laboratory gases’ is a broad term that encompasses many gases (see below), each with their own requirements in terms of storing and delivering them safely but we have the expertise provide systems for any according a client’s requirements.
Typical laboratory gases:
- Carbon Dioxide
- Carbon Monoxide
Innovative laboratory gas delivery system for flexi labs at AstraZeneca
The innovative laboratory gas delivery system Medical Gases has designed for the AstraZeneca Research and Development Centre, which comprises over 100 000 metres of pipework and more than 1000 outlets, makes flexi lab working a reality. The copper pipes supplying the gases have outlets in the laboratories which connect to special flexible hoses, providing those using the laboratory with the option to reconfigure the layout of it and still safely deliver the gases required to wherever they are needed, or to add additional lines. Although this is a high specification specialist system this innovative approach means that modifications can be carried out by on-site maintenance with no compromise to the system’s integrity and without specialist intervention. The couplings between the hoses and taps are specific to the gas to be supplied to avoid cross contamination and the various threats to health and safety that may result from this.