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Air Liquide to Build Air Separation Units
February 25, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh
Air Liquide says it has signed separate contracts with Posco (Pohang, Korea) and Shenhua Ningxia Coal Industry Group (Beijing) to design and build large air separation units (ASUs) in Korea and China, respectively. Air Liquide signed a sales contract for two ASUs with Posco, the fourth-largest steel maker worldwide. Each ASU will have production capacity for 3,700 m.t./day of oxygen. These will be the largest capacities of any ASU installed for a steelmaker, Air Liquide says. The oxygen produced will enable Posco to increase capacity at its Gwangyang and Pohang...
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