Air Water Inc., a Japan-based industrial gas company, has revealed plans to install a VSU to generate liquids in Kameyama City, according to the Gas Review.
VSU is the Japanese company’s unique small high-efficient liquid oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2) generator.
Construction of the new plant is set to start in April (2020), to be completed in October (2021).
The size of the plant is yet to be decided although it is expected to be larger than Tokai Ekisan plant (700 Nm3/h for LO and 1,600 Nm3/h for LIN).
The Gas Review, issue no 462.
Air Water Inc., an industrial gas company based in Japan, has revealed plans to construct it’s 16th VSU, a high efficiency small liquid gas generator, in Iwate Prefecture.
According to The Gas Review, Air Water announced on 1st December 2017 it had completed and started to operate a high-efficiency small-scaled gas generator named VSUA for the planned replacement in its Utsunomiya Plant to produce liquefied oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2) and argon (Ar).
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