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Liquid Helium

Argonon is dedicated to bringing a deeper understanding about this critical Noble gas to the world making it a mainstream commodity.

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Liquid Helium

Argonon is dedicated to bringing a deeper understanding about this critical Noble gas to the world making it a mainstream commodity.

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Argonon is your gateway into the world of helium. A rare element, critical to almost every aspect of modern-day life.

Argonon is your gateway into the world of helium. A rare element, critical to almost every aspect of modern-day life.

Helium is best known for being lighter than air, but it has many unique qualities that make it important for applications in technology, including displaying quantum properties leaving it without substitute

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Helium has no substitute

Irreplaceable

Vital

Rare

Critical

Helium has no substitute

Irreplaceable

Vital

Rare

Critical

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Our Helium Supplier

Renergen Limited, a dual-listed South African company, has a world-class helium asset of global significance, possessing the world’s richest helium concentration. Renergen is uniquely positioned to create a dominant market situation as the industry price-setter.

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What is Helium used for?

What is Helium used for?

Helium is a rare element critical to almost every aspect of modern-day life, used for space exploration, rocketry, high level scientific applications, in the medical industry for MRI machines, fibre optics, electronics, telecommunications, superconductivity, underwater breathing, welding, nuclear power stations and lifting balloons.

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Helium and modern technology

Did you know that Quantum computers require helium for near-absolute-zero cooling in order to reduce interference, without which the performance is adversely impacted.

“We, all of us, are what happens when a primordial mixture of hydrogen and helium evolves for so long that it begins to ask where it came from.”

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