Up to one-fourth of all primary energy used in the U.S. is natural gas. Clearly it is an aspect of life that many if not most of people have grown accustomed to, yet few people seem to understand it any further than at the surface level. It is an efficient and environmentally friendly way to power and heat homes so it is really no wonder how natural gas remains so incredibly popular with citizens around the globe. On average, the regular American home uses up to 196 cubic feet of natural gas within a single day. With an estimated 5.4 million American businesses being powered by natural gas, the business is clearly booming. Yet, upon further inspection, very few people seem to be aware of how natural gas is regulated for both commercial and residential use.
What is Calibration Gas?
A calibration gas is a reference gas or mixture that tends to be used as the determining factor in creating a standard in the calibration of analytical instrumen