Oxygen is a tasteless, odourless gas that constitutes 21% of the atmosphere by volume. Oxygen is used as a respiratory gas by the healthcare industry and also has strong oxidizing properties benefiting many other industries by improving yields, optimising performance and lowering costs. Applications including combustion, oxidation and fermentation can benefit by enriching or replacing process air with oxygen. Oxygen can combine with all other elements except rare gases to oxidise them and consequently produce energy.
- Contact with combustible materials may cause fire.
- Keep container tightly closed.
- Keep container in a well ventilated place.