Oxygen gas is available in a range of purities to suit a large number of applications, from welding and cutting to food packaging and processing
We produce oxygen in a range of purities for various industries and applications. Coregas has an in-depth knowledge of the market requirement and the different supply needs for companies in various industrial sectors. Whether you need laser grade, industrial grade, food grade, aviation grade or laboratory grade oxygen, we can meet your requirements at competitive prices.
If you need a reliable supply of oxygen guaranteed to meet your specifications, contact Coregas now to discuss your requirements.
Customers with an account can purchase direct delivery from Coregas, or through our national distribution partners. You can also purchase acetylene gas through our independent distribution partners including Bunnings for our Trade N Go range. Click here for our store locator.
Coregas account customers can choose their preferred method to place an order. Coregas offers online ordering via our website, or our New Zealand based customer service team as well as through email.
Compressed Oxygen is supplied in gas cylinders. These cylinders should be stored in an upright position, restrained from falling, in a well ventilated area, away from flammable gases or liquids. For medical use it is important to store empty cylinders in a separate location to full cylinders to l ensure there is no confusion in the event of an emergency.
Price is dependent on the purity level of the oxygen, and the quantities required. If you would like a quotation for a one-off order or regular supply, please call during business hours or send us an email at any time.
In order to calculate how long one cylinder will last, you will need to know the average flow rate of oxygen you are using. Combined with the contents of oxygen in the cylinder when full, which is on the cylinder label and specification, you can work out how long the cylinder will last. Or, - get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to do the calculation for you.
Safety guidelines stipulate that gas cylinders should be stored, secured, and transported in an upright position whenever possible. However, it is possible to transport oxygen cylinders (a compressed oxidising gas) in a horizontal position if they are property secured in place.
Oxygen gas cylinders should not explode under normal conditions. However, leaking equipment in confined spaces may lead to an oxygen enriched environment that makes explosions and fires more likely.