Cryogenic Air Separation — Selecting the Best Solution

Cryogenic Air Separation — Selecting the Best Solution

The separation of air into its simplest components is practiced on an industrial scale using cryogenic distillation in addition to adsorption and membranes. The inputs to an air separation unit (ASU) are air, electrical power, and cooling water. The outputs are oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2), argon (Ar), and rare gases ...

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