Where carbon neutral meets cryogenic ASUs


Ensuring the responsible management of environmental issues is a strategic topic for Nippon Gases Italy, and for the Nippon Gases Group as a whole. 

The company’s concern for the environment is reflected in its activities and investments in advanced technologies with low environmental impact, and in implementing increasingly effective production processes that guarantee higher efficiency and responsibility in the use of energy and natural resources.

In addition to this, being aware of its global urgency, Nippon Gases sets the fight against climate change as a top priority across all its activities – investing in new, more sustainable production facilities to combat this.

Now, Nippon Gases is fully engaged in the construction of a second Green bulk atmospheric gases (BAG) Farm in Caserta, with the new air separation unit (ASU) having been designed and built by Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC), part of Nippon Sanso Holdings (NSHD). TNSC’s Plant Engineering Centre (PEC), whose Engineering Division is based in Kawasaki, nearby Tokyo, designs and constructs cryogenic ASUs for the NSHD Group in an impressive fabrication workshop. Known for producing its own large cold boxes, the workshop is strategically located with direct water access – facilitating shipments around the globe.

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