PLEASE NOTE: Tutco SureHeat Hot Air/Inert Gas heaters should be used to heat air or an inert/noble gas ONLY. Noble gases exhibit higher stability and minimal reaction rates. Use with explosive gases or in an explosive ambient can result in a dangerous event, possibly leading to a severe accident or injury. Dirt, grease, oil, oil vapors, corrosive gases, and reactive gases will damage the air heater. Compressed air at typically 100 p.s.i. will need to be filtered to eliminate oil from the air supply.

Air is a combination of many components that include but is not limited to Nitrogen (N2), Oxygen (O2), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and Water (H2O).  Air can be safely heated with a hot air heater. Besides air, it is also possible to safely heat these other gases using a hot air heater:

Helium (He)

Argon (Ar)

Neon (Ne)

Krypton (Kr)

Xenon (Xe)

Radon (Rn)

Nitrogen (N)

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)