Air Separation Unit

Shows how gases are extracted from air in the liquid phase, and then separated thanks to fractional distillation process in an industrial Air Separation Unit (ASU) and then compressed into gas cylinder.

Most typical gases produced by distillation: Nitrogen, Oxygen & Argon (frequently call ‘gases from air’ in opposition of gases produced from other sources, usually with a chemical process)

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