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The Impact Of The Liquid Helium Plant

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The impact of the liquid helium plant shortage was felt most by those who use it on a daily basis, the party industry. Party wholesalers suddenly found they needed to pay more for their helium gas products, and therefore needed to charge retailers more for purchasing it from them. This led to an outbreak of party retailers ceasing to sell helium products altogether, leaving many customers, children and adults, bitterly disappointed.

Should these industrial plants stop producing helium, the world would need to find a new source, one which may be located in any country, depending on where helium gas pockets have formed in the Earth's crust. Importing helium from another country other than the US may prove to be more expensive for the party industry, and could result in helium products becoming a lot more expensive.

The ultimate problem with using helium gas in important technologies is that party retailers are all the time using up gallons of the gas on a daily basis, leaving less and less for anyone else to use. Helium products aren't something that can be easily phased out from the party market, and a huge announcement will need to be made if helium balloons are to be banned to save enough for MRI machines and military environmental simulation equipment in the future.

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The Use Of Helium In MRI Equipment

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Helium Recovery dealers is a natural resource and being one of the coldest substances known in its liquid form, has allowed helium to be implemented into a wide variety of applications. According to a research report by Decision Databases, helium is widely used in NMR machines, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and nuclear reactors as a coolant. The use of helium in MRI equipment is a significant factor which is anticipated to increase the demand for helium in the near future. The report indicates that by product, the global helium market can be classified into gaseous helium and liquid helium.

Based on applications, the global helium market can be segmented into health care, aerostatics, transportation, electronics, cryogenics, semiconductor & fibre optics, leak detection & gas chromatography, welding and others. Geographically, North America led the market in terms of consumption in 2016 and it occupies the largest share of the helium market.

The research indicates that the packaged mode of distribution accounts for 49% of the overall market share. Consumers with small volume requirements are usually catered to through the packaged distribution mode, where compressed gas is sold in metal cylinders, which are often delivered to the customer’s facilities on-demand. Chandrakumar BJG, Lead Analyst, Chemicals & Materials, Technavio Research, explained, “Vendors are offering a series of packaging solutions, and are replacing metal packaging by composite materials made of plastic or aluminum.

Healthcare applications make up the largest share of helium consumption today, with MRI machines alone accounting for over 20% of total helium demand. MRI machines continue to become more commonplace in hospitals throughout the world, providing a clear opportunity for the commodity and a stable outlook for the helium purification equipment market.

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