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Praxair Plans ASU in Alabama

10:41 AM MDT | September 15, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Praxair says it will build a 400-ton/day air separation unit (ASU) at ThyssenKrupp’s planned carbon and steel processing plant at Mobile, AL. The ASU will supply argon, nitrogen, and oxygen to ThyssenKrupp as well as the “growing merchant customer base in the region,” Praxair says. It is due onstream in September 2010. Meanwhile, Praxair China says it will build a single-train air separation unit (ASU) at Wuwei, China to supply Anhui HuaYi Chemical, a subsidiary of Shanghai Huayi Group, under a long-term agreement. The ASU will supply 3,000...

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