As the world’s leading supplier of commercial helium, Air Products is able to offer a wide variety of choice in the helium market, from the single cylinder to decorate a party venue with balloons to large quantities of liquid or gas helium needed for industrial processes, such as semiconductor manufacture. We also offer a versatile array of helium grades, so you are bound to find one that suits your process, whether it be, the electronics industry, the oil industry, for medical and analytical use, the fibre optics industry, the aerospace industry or any of the many applications that require helium gas and liquid helium.
To find which helium offering is best for your needs, click on the links to the left, or read on to review a brief description of the different offerings that are available from Air Products (Middle East) FZE.
Both Pierre Janssens and Norman Lockyer are credited with discovering helium in 1868. Helium is the second lightest element after hydrogen and the second least reactive element after neon. In fact it wins a lot of second place prizes as helium is also the second most abundant element in the observable universe. Despite helium’s apparent abundance in the universe, on Earth it is relatively rare, being found only in certain natural gas fields around the globe.