Advanced Specialty Gas Equipment (ASGE) is an international supplier of high-purity specialty gas equipment and accessories, and the National Distributor for the UOP MOLSIV line of adsorbents. ASGE’s broad selection of products include: Pressure Regulators, Laser Gas Equipment, Flowmeters, Mass Flow Systems, Changeovers, Manifolds, Regulator Mounting Brackets (Protocol Stations), Process Racks, Gas Cylinder Cabinets, Purifiers, Filters, Valves a complete line of UOP Molecular Sieve Adsorbents in bead, powder and pellet forms.
Combined with our expert technical support, custom design assistance, and commitment to safety, our same day shipping policy ensures fast delivery that will meet or exceed your application and delivery requirements. This level of service applies literally to any of the several thousand items in our catalog and to all of our customers – large or small. Advanced Specialty Gas Equipment has been the leader in specialty gas handling equipment for over 30 years. Our company originated as the Linde Specialty Gas Equipment Division of Union Carbide. This division was divested in 1992 and has been operating as ASGE since.
ASGE sells specialty gas equipment through an international network of distributors and representatives, and maintains the broadest product line in the industry. Our multi-million dollar stock allows us to ship 95% of our orders on the SAME DAY.
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