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Helium, nitrogen and dry ice provide spectacular effects during performances and are invisible helpers for performing artists.

Gases can be considered as “secret stars” behind the actors in the footlights. Helium-filled balloons descend slowly on the concertgoers or ascend skyward by the thousands. Dry ice fog magically creates a mystical mood on the stage or accompanies spectacular laser lightshow effects. But also at birthday parties, weddings or street festivals, gases – in this case, helium – are a welcome guest that make balloons into featherweight decorative objects.

And metal artists also turn to gases to help them create their works. This primarily involves welding gases, which help a give a column or a sculpture the desired shape.

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