Air Products will highlight its comprehensive range of industrial gases, equipment, technologies and technical services for the steel industry at AISTech 2018 in Philadelphia, US, from May 7th to 9th.

The Tier One company’s industrial gas solutions can help steelmakers reduce fuel consumption, decrease carbon foot print, increase productivity, optimize gas efficiency, and lower overall operating costs.

Steelmakers are invited to stop by Air Products’ booth 2034 to speak with an industry specialist about the challenges they face in their daily operations. With decades of experience serving the steel industry, Air Products has the technical know-how to help identify solutions to problems and recommend process improvements. Through proprietary technology, the company has helped customers realise operational cost savings in combustion, gas injection, shrouding, heat treating and more.

Air Products offers a full range of industrial gases—including oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide—in a variety of supply options to match each customer’s specific requirement. For small-volume users, the company’s CryoEase® microbulk solution provides an alternative to cylinder supply that eliminates the hassle of cylinder handling. Large-volume users can rely on the company’s traditional bulk liquid and gas supply or on-site gas generation systems. For short-term or emergency gas supply, Air Products Express Services offers speed and flexibility.

Show attendees are invited to join Air Products in booth 2034 to support the AIST Foundation. For each visitor to its booth, the Air Products Foundation will donate $100 (up to a total of $15,000) to the AIST Foundation, whose mission is to ensure the iron and steel industry of tomorrow will have a sufficient number of qualified professionals. AIST Foundation awards college scholarships and funds programs that attract technology-oriented professionals to the steel industry by educating the public about the high-tech, diverse and rewarding nature of careers in steel manufacturing.