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Linde starts up new ASU in Taiwan

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Linde today said it has started up a new air separation unit (ASU) and the first of three nitrogen generators in Taiwan, as part of a 15-year contract to supply ultra-high purity industrial gases to a major electronics customer.

Built and operated by Linde’s joint venture Linde LienHwa (LLH), the project will support a multi-billion-dollar wafer fab expansion in Tainan Science Park.

The remaining two generators are expected to come on stream in 2021. Once completed, the ASU and the three generators will have a total combined gas capacity of over 173,000 Nm3/hr.

“LLH is proud to have reached this significant milestone with our customer, starting the project on time and with the highest safety standards,” said Alex Tong, President of LLH.

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