Air Liquide commissions CO2 plant


The world leader in industrial and medical gases and related services has commissioned a carbon dioxide (CO2) plant in Swaziland.

According to Engineering News, a CO2 plant, consisting of a recovery circuit, and compression, purification and liquefaction modules, has been imported to the Royal Swazi Sugar Corporation, Swaziland.

The new plant, commissioned by Air Liquide, produces two tons of CO2 an hour, and will improve the reliability of supply to beverage customers in and around the area.

A key part of the plant is quality control; Air Liquide is monitoring the quality of the gas produced in real time, therefore eliminating the chance of contamination and guaranteeing fresh food and beverage products for its customers.

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