All Air Gases articles

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    Evonik focuses on demand and scalability for SEPURAN tech


    The latest gasworld TV webinar, Air Gases Part 2, saw guest Jörg Balster, Director at Evonik, speak about Evonik’s membrane technology and its importance within both the industrial gas sector and its ‘real-world’ applications. He also delved into the company’s innovative SEPURAN membrane range and the importance of demand and ...

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    Evonik, Arencibia focus on air gases with gasworld TV


    Air gases were once again in focus today (15th Oct), when gasworld’s Global Managing Editor, Rob Cockerill, was joined by Dr. Jorg Balster of Evonik, and Thomas Scaramellino of Arencibia, for part two of gasworld’s air gases webinar series.

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    New white paper considers compressor choices


    A new white paper from gas transfer and compression solutions manufacturer Haskel outlines the key considerations and choices to be made in selecting high pressure gas and liquid compression equipment.

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    Significant large-scale ASU growth ahead


    We are leaping ‘orders of magnitude’ from mega-scale to giga-scale hydrogen projects globally, and with that will come significant growth in large-scale ASU (air separation unit) projects. That’s the verdict of Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director of sbh4 consulting, speaking during gasworld’s Air Gases webinar last week.

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    The Covid-19 oxygen crisis, Part 5


    The scene is set from the series so far: healthcare systems in a complex balancing act, political distractions at play, and a new virus emerging from origins evidently unknown. Here in Part 5 of gasworld’s exclusive series we explore the discovery and use of medical oxygen – the product that ...

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    Webinar: Air Gases, Part 1


    In Part 1 of a two-part gasworld TV webinar series, sponsored by Evonik, air gases were the main topic of discussion. Forming the ‘backbone’ of the industrial gas sector, oxygen nitrogen, argon, and air separation units (ASUs) form an integral part of not just industry, but are also key to ...

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    Process Sensing Technologies


    Complete trace impurity measurement for UHP specialty gases, with Process Sensing Technologies (PST).

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    Putting the specialty in specialty gases


    Maria Chruzander, CEO of Sweden’s Skandinaviska Gasprodukter AB (SGP), discusses the importance of a niche within a niche in an interview for gasworld by Rob Cockerill.

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    Lessons learned: 2019 Yima City ASU incident


    Rich Gottwald, President & CEO of the CGA, discusses the 2019 Yima City ASU incident.

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    Additive manufacturing and the sustainability equation


    With industry efforts focused on sustainability and the energy transition, Pierre Forêt – Head of Additive Manufacturing at Linde– explores how additive manufacturing might have potential as a more sustainable production method.

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    WHA International


    For over 30 years, WHA International, Inc. has helped clients understand, evaluate, and mitigate hazards and fire risks associated with oxygen, hydrogen, and other hazardous fluids.

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    Covid-19 and the impact on healthcare businesses


    Rob Cockerill explores the lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe, in conversation with Pasquale di Chio of Nippon Gases Europe.

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    Beyond Covid: Medical oxygen


    Rob Cockerill explains why recent commitments to improved access for all to medical oxygen are such a breakthrough – not just during this Covid-19 pandemic, but in a world far beyond it.

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    10 minutes with…David Gordon


    Take 10 minutes out with David Gordon, Product Manager at Haskel, as we learn what’s new with the company, talk packaged gases, and pumps technology in cryogenics.

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    Oxygen compressor connectivity with SIAD


    gasworld gets behind the veil of the latest developments in oxygen compressor technology, with the exclusive preview of a new white paper from Stefano Amos and Davide Pozzoni of SIAD Macchine Impianti.

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    Change management


    Responding to changing cryogenic plant requirements with asset management solutions, by Fabio Pinzi, Business Strategy at AMBRA SISTEMI.

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    Digitisation of gas detection


    Industrial, medical, and food-grade gases touch our lives in many ways. Carbon dioxide (CO2) cylinders are ubiquitous – we use them under our sink to carbonate tap water, they are present in fast-food restaurant chains for soft drinks dispense and there will inevitably be a few cylinders in the cellar ...

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    Air Liquide, Linde join major medical oxygen initiative


    Unitaid and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) have in the last 12 hours announced unprecedented agreements with Air Liquide and Linde, respectively, for improved access to medical oxygen.

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    Why synthetic fuels will be future of motorsport


    Synthetic hydrocarbon fuels ‘will remain a strong part of motor racing’ in the future, not least as the only form of sustainable fuel capable of enabling the same sense of high-octane entertainment and enjoyment that we’re used to.

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    Why synthetic petroleum could be key to decarbonisation


    It’s an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and the engineering feats of previous decades – and Zero Petroleum believes synthetic hydrocarbon fuels could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation. Here, gas world explains why…