One of the leading manufacturers and distributors of gases in the Middle East. We are Gulf Cryo.
We work to serve diverse industries, from petrochemicals to laser cutting, meeting your demands to help you compete in the market.
Our highly skilled engineers work with our clients to develop technologies to advance processes and techniques through innovative gas applications, finding the best solution for you.
Gulf Cryo provides a complete end to end solution for medical gas applications, including storage, engineered delivery system and secondary equipment and accessories.
Our production facilities, wide variety of gas and process management programs, and delivery systems are all designed to help get you the gas you need.
We offer various services and technological solutions, ranging from pH control solutions to laser cutting to purging jobs.
We are committed to protecting our team and the environment by adhering to safety standards under our SHEQ management system.
Offering Safer pH Control Solutions
Several production plants face the dilemma of keeping the pH level stable in their waste water. In almost all the cases, the pH value must be decreased, and mineral acids are the most common choice. But this requires costly equipment and poses secondary problems. The use of sulphuric acid on one hand adds sulphates into the water and on the other hand, hydrochloric acid is extremely corrosive for pipes and other equipment involved. Thus, there are multiple problems, and high operating costs.
Gulf Cryo offers a better and safer solution. We offer carbon dioxide-based pH control systems, which are easy to operate and need only minimal attention. This helps by:
- Ensuring balancing
- Being more cost-effective than other solutions
- Establishing a safer and more accurate control system
Gulf Cryo offers several services to the wastewater industry in order to improve the overall performance of the treatment process and make it environmentally friendly.
The wastewater industry strives to reach the highest possible yields while minimizing energy and material costs. Currently, the major challenge for the treatment plants is reaching a full capacity and not being able to accommodate for the increasing demands.
Due to the increasing environmental regulations, a new challenge has also emerged and it consists of minimizing the usage of chemicals, while retaining the efficiency of the process and the quality of the product.
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