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    Brewing the green way

    2021-12-20T16:40:00Z

    What do Country Boy Brewing’s Cougar Bait American Blond, Shotgun Wedding Vanilla Brown Ale, Cliff Jumper IPA and Halfway Home Pale Ale all have in common? They’re all now being produced in an environmentally friendly way with the implementation of carbon capture technology courtesy of Earthly Labs.

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    Protecting food from spoilage

    2021-12-20T16:26:00Z

    Food producers know that today’s consumers want fresh products that are minimally processed but also have long shelf life. To achieve this, the industry is increasingly relying on modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), which uses gases to control and slow oxidation of fresh food.

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    Support for family-run brewery

    2021-12-20T16:16:00Z

    For over 200 years ago, a renowned brewer and his family have been brewing and distributing award-winning beers, growing the business in a unique, slightly old-fashioned way.

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    Wireless telemetry: Changing the game in food and beverage

    2021-12-16T12:15:00Z

    Pulsa’s Sam Fatoohi explains how the fast-evolving world of wireless telemetry is changing the game in the food and beverages business today.

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    gasworld at 200: The stories that defined a century of magazines

    2021-12-16T11:48:00Z

    Rob Cockerill reflects on the most popular stories and hottest topics from Issue 100-200, from a mega-merger of equals to a world-changing pandemic.

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    gasworld at 200: The interviews

    2021-12-16T11:44:00Z

    Rob Cockerill looks back on an array of top-level interviews across 200 issues of gasworld magazine, from Cryogenmash, Hangzhou Hangyang and Ceylon Oxygen in the East, to the Messer Group, Chart Industries and Nippon Gases Europe in the West.

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    gasworld at 200: Truly informing…

    2021-12-16T11:34:00Z

    Bill Kroll, Chairman Emeritus of MATHESON & TNS, and member of the gasworld Editorial Advisory Board, reflects on a milestone for gasworld magazine and the gases industry as a whole.

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    gasworld at 200: A mission statement reinvigorated

    2021-12-16T11:33:00Z

    Global Managing Editor Rob Cockerill reflects on a milestone for gasworld – and the sense of change in the industry across the timeframe of 200 issues.

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    Offshore wind turbines – Tough nuts to crack

    2021-12-16T11:14:00Z

    Florian Lang, Dipl.-Ing.(FH), Expert Thermal Processes, Linde, talks about the incredible growth in the wind power sector and the demands this places on components, fabrication and in turn, the gases industry.

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    10 minutes with…Chasen Wendt

    2021-12-16T10:55:00Z

    Take 10 minutes out with Chasen Wendt, Managing Director at Cryonor, as he discusses today’s business environment, the world of bulk gases in 2021, and the current challenges and opportunities for those in the gases industry. 

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    Never standing still – An interview with the HOYER Group

    2021-12-16T10:48:00Z

    Rob Cockerill talks with Carina Meyer, Director of the Gaspool within the HOYER Group, in an exclusive interview for gasworld’s Bulk Gases Issue.

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    Bulk gases and fuels of the future

    2021-12-16T10:22:00Z

    At COP26 world leaders came together to debate use of clean fuels, but what real world impact will this have on use of hydrogen fuel, and what does the future hold for bulk gas transportation over the next generation? Keith Croysdale, Business Development Manager at Luxfer Gas Cylinders, looks at ...

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    Common challenges in gas distribution systems

    2021-12-16T09:59:00Z

    How to solve them: An outside advisor can help make gas distribution more cost-effective and safer for operators, explains Karim Mahraz of Swagelok Company.

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    Big change in bulk gases

    2021-12-16T09:51:00Z

    Chris Finn, Sales Director at FIBA Technologies Inc., explains how some companies are adjusting their operations with the ongoing pandemic in mind.

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    In focus…ISO tanks

    2021-12-16T09:45:00Z

    To keep up with the increasing globalisation of industry and trade, new solutions must be created, and existing ones continually developed. One such solution in the international liquid transport economy is the humble ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) tank, a largely unsung hero in the industrial gas sector. 

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    GAS LAB Asia

    2021-12-16T09:40:00Z

    Having over 60 years of research-backed, proven technical expertise, GAS LAB delivers application-oriented solutions for industrial gases, customised for each project.

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    Looking in the mirror to see where you’re going

    2021-12-13T17:01:00Z

    For nearly a quarter century, I have had the good fortune to consult with independent gas distributors about their businesses. My employer provides enterprise software and services to the North American packaged gases industry, and as we have watched computing systems mature and grow, so have we watched the expectations ...

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    Supply chain becomes a traffic jam, long delays

    2021-12-13T16:38:00Z

    Equipment shortages, long lead times, price increases and shipping delays have presented challenges to the supply chain for most respondents in the Baird/gasworld third quarter (Q3) 2021 Welding and Industrial Gas Survey.

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    Company profile: Smith Precision Products

    2021-12-13T16:07:00Z

    Having manufactured many different model pumps and prototypes over the last 80 years, Smith Precision Products (also known as Smith Pumps) is a specialist in the low-pressure transfer of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2). Based in Newbury Park, California, the company serves the global market with its innovations - and has ...

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    10 minutes with… Scott Clarkson

    2021-12-13T15:58:00Z

    Scott Clarkson, Account Executive at Analox Group, took ten minutes out of his day to speak to gasworld.