Frequently Asked Questions
If I can't find my gas on your site, does that mean Cal Gas Warehouse does not have it?
What are industrial gases?
What are calibration gases?
What are bump gases?
What are specialty gases?
What are rare gases?
How are industrial gases stored and transported?
How do I know which industrial gas I need for my application?
How do I order industrial gases from your website?
Why do you have two search boxes on your search page?
My search yielded zero results... what do I do now?
What if I have a problem with my order or need to return a cylinder?
We are committed to providing excellent customer service. If you have any problems with your order or need to return a cylinder, please contact us, and we will assist you with the process.
What do I do when my cylinder is empty or expired?
Do you have a paperless option for SDS, COA, etc.?
What if my cylinder is “disposable” and not recyclable?
- Drill several holes to allow the remaining gas remnants to escape
- Purchase a special punch tool that sends the pin into the cylinder and allows the remaining gas remnants to escape
- Call a remediation company to pick up spent or expired cylinders. This is very costly and should be your last option
Note: Gas cylinders should never be thrown out when the regulator reads zero. There are still harmful and sometimes dangerous gases remaining in the cylinder.