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As requirements around healthcare increase, so do the demands on surgical instrument manufacturers in volume output and new and innovative designs. Due to the intricacies of these instruments and the paramount importance of cut edge quality, laser cutting is a key manufacturing process.
BOC supplies the key laser gases helium, laserpure CO2 and laserpure nitrogen, in addition to various mixes, dependant on your laser requirements. Process assist gases such as argon are also available.
We offer a variety of supply packages from single cylinders to larger bulk options for those with larger gas requirements.
Our unrivalled supply and distribution network ensure that our customers have peace of mind, supported by our engineering and process expertise in assisting customers with optimising existing processes, or implementing new ones.
Our LASERLINE® service also supplies a range of laser gas regulation equipment. This is designed and engineered to meet or exceed the high quality standards specified by today’s laser manufacturers, meaning your gases, equipment and expertise are found all in one place.
Ethylene Oxide is a highly effective steriliant widely used to sterilise a broad range of different types of medical equipment, including surgical instruments.
A pure gas, or mixture typically blended with CO2. BOC assists our customers with the safe handling and management of this gas whilst ensuring they optimise their overall production processes, satisfy regulatory compliance and deliver on their environmental agenda.
BOC provide a choice of packages that enable our customers to reduce their inventory, better-match use and handling requirements, minimise changeover and the risk of polymerisation.