MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
Liquid HELIUM has a boiling point of approximately -269 degrees C, and is the only substance that can be practically used for deep low temperature refrigeration. One of liquid helium's major uses is in the cooling of superconducting magnets, used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems and research equipment. We supply liquid helium in dewars of various sizes, along with a complete delivery and installation service designed to minimise instrument risk and downtime.
To cater for the very sophisticated laboratory market sector, and address the requirements of laboratory and other QC professionals, We have developed Helium Baseline 5.0 in line with Linde Global specicfication. This product is contained in specially prepared and dedicated cylinders, painted in accordance with SABS 019 but with a unique valve guard, and is supplied with a laboratory certificate.