Air Liquide to build €60m ASU in China


Air Liquide China will build a €60m air separation unit (ASU) in the Lingang Economic District, Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone.

With an oxygen production capacity of more than 2,000 tonnes per day, the new ASU will allow Air Liquide to support the growth of the chemical and steel industries in the Tianjin basin, secured by a new long-term supply agreement with a major customer.

Air Liquide will build, own and operate the new ASU, which has been designed leveraging the group’s latest state-of-the-art technology, for a low carbon and energy efficient production of oxygen, nitrogen and argon.

This facility will also incorporate a dedicated capacity to support small-and-medium sized customers of liquid and packaged gases, including local hospitals requiring high-purity medical gases.

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