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Praxair to Build Asia’s Biggest Single-Train Gases Plant

12:17 PM MDT | July 30, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Praxair China (Shanghai), a Praxair subsidiary, says it has signed a contract for the supply of industrial gases to an acetic acid plant operated by Jiangsu Sopo Group (Zhenjiang, China). Praxair says it will design, build, operate, and own an air separation plant at Zhenjiang that will supply the acetic unit. The air separation plant is due to come onstream in 2009, and will have capacity to produce 3,000 m.t./day of oxygen, Praxair says. It will be the largest single-train air separation unit (ASU) to be built in Asia, the company says. Hat trick: Zhenjiang air...

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