Japan Air Gases signs a long term contract


Japan Air Gases has signed a long term contract with Showa Denko K. K. to supply oxygen and nitrogen at Showa Denkos waste plastic recycling plant in Kawasaki.

The waste-plastic recycling plant is producing raw material gases such as hydrogen from waste plastic, which then are used to produce ammonia. The production started last month.

Under this contract, Japan Air Gases has invested and commissioned a new ASU manufactured by Air Liquide Japan, which integrates all the latest energy saving technologies, and will achieve significant improvement of power consumption.

With the installation of the new ASU, Showa Denko aims for further improvement in cost efficiency of the recycling plant, by scrapping one of its two proprietary ASUs.

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