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Messer Builds Gases Plant in Central Europe

6:40 AM MDT | August 7, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The Messer Group (Frankfurt) says it is in the final stages of talks with local authorities to site a €30-million ($40.5 million) air separation complex in Poland. The company has not made a final site selection but says the plant will be built on the border between Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and will serve all three markets with argon, nitrogen, and oxygen. It will be designed to produce 8,000 N cu meter/hour of liquid oxygen, 7,000 N cu meter/hour of liquid nitrogen, and 320 N cu meter/hour of argon. The facility will also produce ultrapure...

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