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    CO2: Maintaining tap water quality


    Two applications of carbon dioxide (CO2) that help improve tap water quality are experiencing a surge in usage in Japan, according to The Gas Review.

  • Chemists Research

    'Open R&D is a positive step forward'


    The rise of open research and development (R D) and collaborative research projects in the industrial gases business is ‘a positive step forward’ according to Bertrand Saraux, Vice-President of Industrial Gas Merchant at Air Liquide.

  • Supermarket freezer food and beverages

    Immersion Spiral Freezer can “change the game”


    Linde’s new Immersion Spiral Freezer can “change the game” for processors of meat, poultry and seafood that need to meet demands for higher production capacity, says Mark DiMaggio, head of food beverage for Linde LLC in North America.

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    Jonah Energy implements FLOWCLOUD hosting


    Flow-Cal, the market leader in measurement data management for natural gas and petroleum liquids, is pleased to announce that startup exploration and production company, Jonah Energy LLC, is Flow-Cal’s newest customer utilising the FLOWCLOUD SM hosting solution.

  • Parker-controller

    Parker releases high-performance controller


    Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies, is pleased to announce the release of the Parker Automation Controller (PAC). Designed for the global machine market, the Parker Automation Controller (PAC) combines machine logic, advanced real-time motion control, and visualisation into one performance-driven solution.

  • A-Gas-logo

    A-Gas launches new offering


    Through working in partnership with Sainsbury’s, A-Gas has introduced a new carbon dioxide (R744/CO 2 ) analysis and testing service in a move to improve the monitoring of CO2 refrigeration system performance.

  • boundary-dam

    Boundary Dam project unveiled


    The long awaited moment in the history of carbon capture and storage (CCS) has arrived: today marks the formal start up of the first of its kind commercial-scale coal-fired power plant CCS operation.

  • fs-elliott-compressor

    FS-Elliott unveils new Polaris+ compressors


    The company recently launched its Polaris+ series. Building on the design of FS-Elliott’s original industrial compressors, the Polaris+ line incorporates several new product advancements developed to increase reliability and efficiency while maintaining the lowest cost of ownership in the industry.

  • Chart-Dewarfilling

    ADF105™ Automatic Dewar Filling Station introduced


    Chart has introduced the ADF105™ Automatic Dewar Filling Station, a manual-start, automatic shut-off liquid nitrogen dewar filling station for standard (160 to 240 litre) liquid cylinders (dewars) at the end-user’s site.

  • Water Bubbles

    Water treatment issues solved by Linde


    From industrial wastewater to municipal water treatment, bulk oxygen (O 2 ) and oxygenation systems from Linde can cost-effectively address a range of environmental control issues that often peak in summer months.

  • August 2014 Hot Topic Green Stats

    Hot topic – Is ‘green’ still on the industrial gas agenda?


    How important is R&D for today’s industrial gas company? And more importantly, can it coexist with the cost implications of going green? Stuart Radnedge investigates.

  • Harrison-Valve-new

    New high pressure valve launched


    Harrison Valve has introduced a new high pressure valve (VH Series) to the industrial gas and critical safety markets. The new double o-ring ultra high pressure brass valves deliver “industrial strength performance”.

  • Cryogenic Valves – Meeting the Challenges of Applications in Marine Transport

    Cryogenic Valves - Meeting the Challenges of Applications in Marine Transport


    Safety is paramount in the marine industry and this has had a huge influence on cryogenic valve design. The trend towards more environmentally friendly liquified natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel means that cryogenic valves are increasingly being required in this sector, which has driven equipment suppliers to develop ...