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Air Products to construct air separation unit to produce liquid oxygen, nitrogen, and argon

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Air Products has announced plans to build, own and operate a new air separation unit (ASU) in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, US.

The new large-scale facility, scheduled to be onstream in early-to-mid-2020, is intended to provide reliable liquid industrial gas options for local customers and distributors in the region.

Air Products currently owns and operates over 300 air separation plants in over 40 countries worldwide. In addition to its plants, the company has sold, designed and built more than 2000 ASUs globally. Air Products' cryogenic offerings span plants with a capability of 50 tpd to single train facilities with oxygen production capacities beyond 4000 tpd.

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