CO2 In The Construction Industry

CO2 plays a critical role in the carbonation curing of precast concrete, a process that accelerates curing while enhancing the material’s strength. This application significantly reduces the time required for concrete structures to gain sufficient strength, making construction processes faster and more efficient.

If you need a supply of CO2 for any construction processes, get in touch with IGC today on 01257 794170 to find out more about your options of gas supply after a pressure vessel has been installed at your facility.

Fire Suppression Systems

CO2 is effectively used in fire suppression systems within construction sites and buildings. This method of extinguishing fires is efficient and ensures minimal damage to equipment and structures.

Welding and Cutting

In the construction industry, CO2 is utilised as a shielding gas in welding and cutting processes. This usage ensures cleaner, stronger welds and protects metals from oxidation.

Enhancing Construction Efficiency and Sustainability

These applications of CO2 not only enhance the efficiency of construction processes but also contribute to the sustainability of the industry. By optimising traditional practices and introducing innovative uses for CO2, the construction sector can significantly reduce its environmental impact.

Quality Assured

With over 25 years of experience we have solutions for your business at every stage of your production, manufacture and retail processes. The high quality storage and supply services from IGC means that your business can operate in the most profitable and efficient way possible.

Regulatory Compliance Guaranteed

Vessel manufactures construct pressure vessels under various codes. IGC Engineering are flexible and can accommodate the design to suit the clients requirement, the most popular is Pressure Equipment Directive (Directive 97/23/EC) (PED).  IGC also deal with ASME – Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code in the United States and work under BCGA recommendations in the United Kingdom. Each association works with suppliers of pressure vessels through a dialog with government agencies.

In addition we as company comply with the Health and Safety Executive to promote the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR), this ensures both customer and operatives are working with in UK laws, and more importantly are confident in knowing safety and security is at the forefront of the design and manufacture.

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