SOS Gases, Inc. is an industrial and specialty gas distributor serving New Jersey for 50 plus years. SOS Gases delivers and distributes industrial acetylene, argon, oxygen, propane, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, helium and hydrogen to New Jersey.
SOS Gases Inc., has a reputation of excellent customer service, prompt delivery and personal customer relationships in New Jersey. We know our clients by name and when you contact our local team at our Kearny, NJ location, you will see why we have been a local leader in the Industrial and Specialty Gas Industry for over 50 years.
SOS Gases, Inc., is a complete gas distributor serving New Jersey for the construction, manufacturing, energy, chemical, electronic, glass/ceramics, healthcare, food, beverage, aerospace, fabrication scrapyard, demolition, cryotherapy, HVAC, entertainment, balloon, laboratory, tubing and automotive industries. Our gases can be used in a wide variety of applications including but not limited to welding, metal cutting, laser metal cutting, cutting tables, smelting, packaging, purging and freezing pipes, theatrical smoke and fog effect for night club industry and theaters, pressurizing and purging systems, leak detection, laboratory applications and much, much more.
Our delivery fleet consists of seven-cylinder trucks, two liquid transports, 32 tube trailers and three jumbo tube trailers. SOS Gases, Inc., has one of the largest tube trailer fleets in the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania area. We also install complete bulk liquid systems to fit your custom requirements in New Jersey.
SOS Gases, Inc. offers the following Gases for delivery to New Jersey:
Acetylene delivered to New Jersey
Acetylene in the gas industry is primarily used for oxyacetylene welding, cutting, brazing, meatal heating (for annealing or tempering, bending or forming). Also, acetylene alone can be used for soldering. Acetylene is delivered to New Jersey in cylinders from 10cf to 400cf. Acetylene is used in the following industries in New Jersey: Plumbing, HVAC, Heat treating, metal fabrication and scrap yards.
Argon delivered to New Jersey
Argon is delivered to New Jersey in liquid or vapor form in cylinders, portable banks, liquid cylinders and tube trailers.
Argon is used for welding all metals, steel, stainless steel and aluminum, titanium, etc. Industries using Argon in New Jersey are all industries related to welding, aerospace, construction companies and fabrication companies.
Carbon Dioxide CO2 delivered to New Jersey
CO2 Carbon Dioxide is delivered to New Jersey in cylinders, liquid cylinders and siphon cylinders.
Industries using Carbon Dioxide CO2 in New Jersey: welding, fire extinguisher suppliers, food industry, oil industry, HVAC, and entertainment (theatrical smoke and fog effect for night club industry and theaters)
Helium to New Jersey
Helium is delivered to New Jersey in high pressure cylinders, liquid cylinders, portable banks & tube trailers.
Industries using Helium in New Jersey are welding trades, balloon Industry (florists, supermarkets, dollar stores), for use in welding, pressurizing and purging systems, leak detection, laboratory applications.
Hydrogen delivery to New Jersey
Hydrogen is delivered to New Jersey in cylinders, portable banks and tube trailers.
Industries using Hydrogen in New Jersey are the tubing industry (manufactures of metal tubes and pipes), glass making industry (test tubes, glass containers), automotive industry (hydrogen fuel cells), heat treating power stations, electronics/semiconductor industries and more.
Nitrogen delivery to New Jersey
Nitrogen delivered to New Jersey in liquid or high-pressure vapor cylinders, portable banks and tube trailers.
Industries using Nitrogen in New Jersey are packaging, cryotherapy, HVAC, tubing industry (manufactures of metal tubes and pipes), food and liquid packaging, and construction, oil industries. Nitrogen is used to change oil lines, purging and freezing pipes, laser metal cutting, theatrical smoke and fog effect for night club industry and theaters, and much more.
Oxygen delivery to New Jersey
Oxygen is delivered to New Jersey in liquid or vapor form in cylinders, portable banks, liquid cylinders and tube trailers. Industries using Oxygen in New Jersey are construction, scrapyard, fabrication, demolition, glass making and blowing (to produce test tubes and glass containers). Oxygen is used in welding, metal cutting, laser metal cutting, cutting tables, demolition cutting, smelting, and more.
Propane delivery to New Jersey
Propane is used in New Jersey the construction, food truck and other industries for cutting and heating metal, temporary heat fueling portable heaters and salamander heaters. SOS Gases provides propane delivered to New Jersey in portable all cylinder sizes.
SOS Gases, Inc. Offers The Following Welding Apparatus, Equipment & Supplies for clients in New Jersey
- Abrasive Disks
- Adaptors (For Regulators)
- Air Purifiers
- Air Tool Accessories
- Aluminum Welding Rod
- Anti-Spatter Compound
- Arc Welding Machines
- Automatic Welding Wire
- Brass Parts
- Brazing Flux
- Bronze Welding Rod
- Brushes, Wire Scratch
- Cable, Arc Welding
- Cable Connectors and Lugs
- Carbon Rods and Electrodes
- Cast Iron Rod
- Central Supply Piping System
- Clamps, Ground
- Coil Hose Air Equipment
- Compressed Gas Manifolds
- Copper Welding Wired
- Crayons, Temperature
- Cylinder for Compressed Gases
- Cylinder Trucks
- Electrode Holders
- Electrode Ovens
- Electrodes, Arc Welding
- Ferruling Pliers
- Flame Cutting Machines
- Fume Collectors
- Gauges (For Regulators)
- Hammers, Chipping
- Harris Welding and Cutting Equipment
- Hats, Safety
- Hose, Welding and Cutting
- Hose Connections
- Lighters, Spark and Electric
- Maintenance Alloys
- MIG Welding Equipment
- Miller Electric Welding Equipment
- Outfits, Cutting and Welding
- Power Tools
- Hard Hats
- Protective Clothing
- Rods, Gas Welding
- Safety Equipment
- Silver Brazing Alloys
- Soap Stone
- TIG Welding Equipment
- Tips, Cutting and Spot Welding
- Tip Cleaners
- Torches, Cutting, Heating, Soldering, Welding
- Tungsten Electrodes
- Valves, Cylinder
- Valves, Needle
- Vise-grip Tools
- Wear-Flex Nylon Slings
- Welding Curtains
- Welding Helmets
SOS Gases, Inc. is proud to work with the following vendors. Having working relationships with such prestigious companies for many decades is a symbol our values of integrity and honesty in all we do:
3M Speedglass, Abicor Binzel, Advanced Specialty Gas Equipment, American Torch Tip Company, Arcair, ArcOne, Bernard, Direct Wire and Cable, DynaFlux, Esab Welding & Cutting, Goss, Inc., Hobart Filler Metals, Hypertherm, Inc., ITW Welding North America, Jackson Safety, John Tillman Company, Kaplan Industries, Kobelco Welding of America, Magnaflux, Manchester Tank & Equipment Co., Mathey Dearman, Miller Electric, MK Products, Norton Abrasives/Corborundum Abrasives, ORS Nasco, Praxair, Profax Lenco, Ratermann Manufacturing, Ray Murray Inc., Saf-T-Cart, Select Arc, Sellstrom Manufacturing, Smith Equipment, Tarantin Tank Equipment, The Harris Products Group, The Lincoln Electric Company, Thermal Dynamic, Turbo Torch, Tweco, United Abrasives, Uniweld Products, Victor Technologies, Walter Surface Technologies, Weiler Abrasives, Weldcraft, Western Enterprises, Western International Gas & Cylinder
SOS Gases, Inc. is the industrial and specialty gas leader in all of New Jersey, NJ
Fun Facts About New Jersey, NJ
Year Founded: 1787
Major Cities: Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Woodbridge
Borders: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, Atlantic Ocean
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Millions USD: $508,003
Land Area (Sq Miles): 7,836
High Point (Feet): 1,803
Other Facts: “Key Industries: Agriculture including potatoes, peaches, and fishing Pharmaceuticals, finance, chemicals, telecommunications, and tourism. How New Jersey got its name: New Jersey was named after the British island of Jersey in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. The name was chosen in honor of one of its founders Sir George Carteret who was from Jersey. New Jersey State Symbols: State Nickname: Garden State; State Slogan: Come See For Yourself; State Motto: Liberty and prosperity; State flower: Violet; State Bird: Eastern Goldfinch; State Fish: Brook trout; State Tree: Red Oak; State Mammal: Horse; State Foods: Highbush Blueberry. Becoming a State: Date Admitted: December 18, 1787; Number Admitted: 3; Prior Name: Province of New Jersey, then sovereign state in Confederation; Postal Abbreviation: NJ. The Geography of New Jersey: Total Size: 7,417 sq. miles (source: 2003 Census); Geographical Low Point: Atlantic Ocean at Sea Level (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Geographical High Point: High Point at 1,803 feet, located in the county/subdivision of Sussex (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Central Point: Located in Mercer County approx. 5 miles southeast of Trenton (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Counties: 21 (source: National Association of Counties); Bodies of Water: Atlantic Ocean, Delaware Bay, Hudson River, Delaware River. Famous People: Buzz Aldrin – Astronaut; Judy Blume – author of young adult books; Grover Cleveland – The 22nd and 24th President of the United States; David Copperfield – Magician; Michael Douglas – Actor; Thomas Edison – Inventor who had his famous lab in Menlo Park, New Jersey; Whitney Houston – Singer; Derek Jeter – Baseball player for the New York Yankees; Jon Bon Jovi – Rock singer for the band Bon Jovi; Jack Nicholson – Actor; Shaquille O’Neal – Professional basketball player; Queen Latifah – Actress and rapper; Bill Parcells – NFL football coach; Frank Sinatra – Singer and actor; Bruce Springsteen – Rock singer and songwriter; Meryl Streep – Actress; Dave Thomas – Founder of Wendy’s fast-food restaurant. More Fun Facts: Over 100 battles have been fought on New Jersey soil.; New Jersey has the greatest population density of any state, making it the most crowded.; New Jersey is a state of inventions. The FM Radio, the light bulb, the motion picture camera, and transistors were all invented in New Jersey.; The Atlantic City Boardwalk was the world’s first boardwalk.; New Jersey is named after the Isle of Jersey, an island located off the coast of Normandy, France.; The streets on the game of Monopoly are named after streets in Atlantic City.; The first professional basketball game was played in Trenton in 1896 between the Trenton YMCA and the Brooklyn YMCA. Players were paid $15 each.; President Grover Cleveland was born in New Jersey. Other Famous Peoplefrom New Jersey include Bruce Springsteen, Judy Blume, Bon Jovi, and Frank Sinatra.; Other nicknames include the Clam State and the Diner Capital of the World.; Professional Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils – NHL (hockey); New York Giants – NFL (football); New York Jets – NFL (football); New York Red Bulls – MLS (soccer).” Citation: Nelson, Ken. “United States Geography for Kids: New Jersey .” Ducksters, Technological Solutions, Inc. (TSI), https://www.ducksters.com/geography/state.php?State=New Jersey
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