Acetylene, Instrument Grade

Instrument Grade Acetylene is an extremely flammable gas dissolved in acetone with a low phosphine level (compared to industrial acetylene)

C2H2

Instrument Grade Acetylene is used in atomic absorption flame spectrometers.

Uses

  • Combined with instrument air to produce the flame in atomic absorption flame spectroscopy
  • One of the components in calibration gas used in the oil and gas industry
  • One of the components in calibration gas used in lung function testing.

Product Summary

Gas composition

  • Acetylene ≥ 99%

Impurities

Ammonia ≤1 ppm
Arsine ≤1 ppm
Hydrogen sulphide ≤1 ppm
Phosphine ≤1 ppm

Available sizes

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Size Product code Volume Weight (full)* Pressure Outlet connection Availability Cert. of Conformance
E 306120 3.2 m³ 1850 kPa 20 Australia wide Download
G 306150 9.3 m³ 1850 kPa 20 Australia wide Download
6-pack 306506 55.8 m³ 1850 kPa 20 Australia wide Download
Additional Details

Physical & chemical properties

Appearance Odour Flammability
AppearanceColourless gas OdourOdourless FlammabilityExtremely flammable

UN number

1001

Hazard class

2.1

Hazard symbol (GHS)

  • Flammable Gas 2.1