Bristol Gases, part of the Concorde-Corodex Group, was established in Dubai, UAE, in 2002 and is now one of the leading producers in the industry of specialty gas mixtures, high purity, medical and industrial gases.

Bristol Gases prides itself on the experience and know-how carried by its team in production, operations and marketing.

“We aim to build up long-term relationships with our customers based on our quality products, services and flexibility to meet customers’ needs,” says a company spokesman.

Bristol Gases is a member of the Middle East Gases Association (MEGA) and follows various local, European, American and ISO standards as required. It also certifies produced gases accordingly.

Specialty gas mixtures: Bristol Gases is a leading gas company in Middle East for calibrating gas mixtures and equipment for a variety of applications, including gas detection and safety, laboratory and analysis, environmental monitoring, process systems monitoring, gas quality monitoring and breath-test analysis.

Bristol Gases manufactures a complete range of specialty gas mixtures including ISO 17025 certified mixtures, high purity and medical gases. Bristol Gases draws on its logistical expertise and global reach to provide unmatched well services to sectors such as oil and gas, safety, marine, food and healthcare.

Industrial gases: Bristol Gases operates in the UAE, serving a wide variety of customers across a diverse range of industries where it has established a leadership position is sectors including oil and gas, food and beverage, petrochemicals, metal fabrication, shipyards, construction, glass, steel, electronics and hospitals.

It is a leading provider of gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, argon, argon mixtures, helium, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and acetylene.

“We put safety at the core of our business and guarantee products of the highest quality standards and reliability. We are an expert in quick deliveries and after sales services, which has resulted in retaining our clients long-term,” he adds. 

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