Messer wins contracts


Messer has won two new orders for the construction of exhaust air purification plants.

The orders in Slovakia and France are worth two million euros and they will be taking advantage of the companys new patented DuoCondex® process for exhaust air purification.

Messer said: “Using this process, compliance with the EU clean air limits, which is influenced by implementation of the Kyoto Agreement, is not only easily achieved in recycling processes and in the chemicals industry, but the values attained are often well below the limits.”

The process uses the extremely low temperature of liquid nitrogen to freeze and recover CFCs or solvents from exhaust gases. The Messer plant is to be integrated into a refrigerator recycling plant being constructed by the German company MeWa Recycling Maschinen und Anlagenbau GmbH, based in Gechingen (near Stuttgart).

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