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Air Liquide to Build Air Separation Units in Korea

11:04 AM MDT | October 24, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Air Liquide says it has signed a contract with Posco E&C, the engineering and construction division of steel company Posco (Pohang, Korea), to design and build two large air separation units (ASUs) at Posco’s production sites at Gwangyang and Pohang in Korea. Each ASU will have a production capacity of 3,750 m.t./day of oxygen. This is the largest production capacity designed for a steelmaker by Air Liquide. Oxygen is used to transform cast iron into steel. The oxygen produced by the ASUs will enable the Gwangyang site to support Posco’s increase...

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