Posts Tagged ‘argon’

Air Liquide and Lurgi in brief

The world leader in gases for industry Air Liquide was founded in France in 1902 from two scientists and inventors who got the idea to liquefied air to separate the gases and produce oxygen. Today, Air Liquide is operating in 80 countries with 46,200 employees but still focusing on the […]

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“ASU”

Definition ASU is the acronym of Air Separation Unit and refers to the Air separation plant to produce industrial gases Air separation plants produce oxygen, nitrogen and argon from atmospheric air, normally by one of three processes:  – Non-cryogenic plants produce oxygen or nitrogen gas product from compressed air at […]

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