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    Air Separation Units.

    Air separation units for the production of OXYGEN (360 CUM/hr) NITROGEN (200 CUM/hr)

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    Acetylene Plant.

    Salient Features of Acetylene Gas Plant
    Capacity ranging from 35cum/hour of latest technology. Trouble free working. No bulky gas holder required. Automatic controls for feeding water. Excellent absorption of gas in cylinders. No gas loss and high yield. Very simple and safe to operate. Low power consumption. Low maintenance cost. Maintaining temperatures, pressures, and slurry drain are full proof, efficient and are of international standard.

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    CO2 Plant.

    HPA (High Performance Automatic) 80 kg/hr CO2 Production Plant of latest technology for refined high performance, user friendly controls, flexible layout and ultra efficient operation. The result is lowest possible CO2 production costs, extended plant life and minimum environmental effect.

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    Supply Variations.

    Gases by Tanker

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    Supply Variations.

    Gases in Cylinders


Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, flammable and nontoxic gas.. The gas burns in air with an almost invisible light blue color. When mixed with air or oxygen, it has an ignition temperature between 566C and 579C.At temperatures of less than -253C, hydrogen is in liquid form.
Hydrogen is used by refineries, petrochemical and bulk chemical facilities for hydrotreating, catalytic reforming, and hydrocracking. Hydrogen is used for production of chemicals, such as dyes, catalysts, flavors, fragrances, pesticides, halogen organics, plastic and synthetic fibers, and petroleum. It can also be used for heat treating, metal production, welding and cutting. Food companies use hydrogen to hydrogenate fats, oils and fatty acids for the products such as oleomargarine, soap and industrial greases and oils. In addition, hydrogen is used by glass manufacturers in the production of glass and by electronics manufacturers for production of semiconductors. Liquid hydrogen is used as a fuel for missiles and rockets, as well as in laboratory research.

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