Health, Safety, and Environmental Considerations for Air Separation Units

nd Environmental Considerations for Air Separation Units

The large quantities of atmospheric gases (oxygen and nitrogen) required in many industrial applications are effectively produced by cryogenic air separation units (ASU). The inputs to an ASU are atmospheric air, electrical power, and water for cooling. The outputs are oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2), argon (Ar), and rare gases such ...

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