Preview: Over a century of refrigeration and liquefaction


Linde has been at the forefront of industrial gases since the inception of the industry. Over 100 years ago, having taken the embryonic technologies and innovations of refrigeration, the company’s founding father – Carl von Linde – pioneered many of the concepts still used today to produce industrial gases.

Having been formed in 1879 to help develop von Linde’s work in mechanical refrigeration systems for the brewing and food industries, Linde is now the world’s largest industrial gases and engineering company by market share and revenue, serving customers across a range of sectors including healthcare, steel making, food, beverage carbonation, and water treatment. 

A celebration of the efforts made by von Linde, the upcoming June edition features insight provided to gasworld by the Senior Vice-President of Linde Engineering Sales & Technology, John van der Velden.

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