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Air Liquide: 10,000 ventilators in 50 days

Faced with the urgent need for ventilators to treat the patients most severely affected by coronavirus (Covid-19), Air Liquide is leading a group of French industrials to produce 10,000 ventilators in 50 days – a direct request from the French Government.

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Air Liquide chosen by Sasol for Africa ASU

The company has been chosen to build, own and operate the world’s largest oxygen production unit for Sasol in South Africa. The ASU will have a total capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day – a milestone in the history of industrial gas production.

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C-Capture receives accreditation from BP

Technology by CO2 removal specialist C-Capture has been successfully awarded accreditation under the BP 2020 Advancing Low Carbon accreditation programme.

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Peak Scientific remains open amid coronavirus

Laboratory gas generation specialist Peak Scientific is ensuring continuity of service to all its customers during the coronavirus crisis.

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Air Liquide: 10,000 ventilators in 50 days

Faced with the urgent need for ventilators to treat the patients most severely affected by coronavirus (Covid-19), Air Liquide is leading a group of French industrials to produce 10,000 ventilators in 50 days – a direct request from the French Government.

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Air Liquide chosen by Sasol for Africa ASU

The company has been chosen to build, own and operate the world’s largest oxygen production unit for Sasol in South Africa. The ASU will have a total capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day – a milestone in the history of industrial gas production.

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Anova celebrates first year

Anova yesterday celebrated its one-year anniversary.

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C-Capture receives accreditation from BP

Technology by CO2 removal specialist C-Capture has been successfully awarded accreditation under the BP 2020 Advancing Low Carbon accreditation programme.

Equipment Profiles

Bundles world connection

An introduction to… Industry 4.0 cylinder bundles

By published in gasworld magazine

For technical and medical gases, remote monitoring is already and widely applied to fixed cryogenic vessels. On the contrary, remote monitoring of compressed storages has not been so widespread until now, as it requires more complex and expensive solutions which can often supply worse or limited outcomes.

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Witt enters ‘new dimension’ of gas analysis

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Gas technology manufacturer Witt has extended its PA gas analysis range into a ‘totally new dimension of gas analysis,’ revealing an updated version of its ‘PA 7.0’ analyser.

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ABB launches self-averaging flowmeter

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Global technology company ABB has launched a new self-averaging flowmeter, offering a more versatile and cost-effective solution for gas, liquid and steam measurement.

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Nel upgrades multipurpose H2Station

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Nel ASA has launched a revamped version of its H2Station® which now includes up to three separate dispensers connected to one fuelling module.

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INFICON simplifies gas analysis with new system

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Critical sensor technology manufacturer INFICON aims to simplify and accelerate gas analysis for both onsite and laboratory applications with the introduction of its Micro GC Fusion® 4-Module system.

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New TELEVAC design hits the market

By CryoGas International staff

The Fredericks Company introduces its TELEVAC MX200 Modular Vacuum Controller, a new upgrade with USB and enhanced communications protocols.

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Vodka made from captured CO2

Carbon dioxide and vodka: not two words you would usually hear in a sentence, but a New York company has made vodka from captured carbon dioxide as a profitable way to capture and reuse greenhouse gases.

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Siemens makes its AM Network available to global medical community

In response to the ongoing global health crisis caused by the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19), Siemens is making its Additive Manufacturing (AM) Network along with its 3D printers, available to the global medical community to speed design and production of medical components.

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Leybold celebrates 170th birthday

In 1850, businessman Ernst Leybold laid the foundations for a company in Cologne today known as Leybold – and the vacuum specialist is celebrating 170 years of business in 2020.

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ArcelorMittal reducing production

ArcelorMittal today said it is reducing production and temporary idling steelmaking and finishing assets due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Chart launches critical care webpage

Chart Industries has increased production in its global facilities that manufacture the company’s critical care products being used in the fight against coronavirus.