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Gas is all around us: we put it to work 🔧
🔦  Specialist high purity gases are crucial for the manufacture of LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes). Ultra-high purity ammonia (NH3) is used to ensure the highest quality LED devices. This is because oxygen containing molecules such as moisture, even in trace quantities, can significantly reduce their light output.

In March 2012, Linde LienHwa (LLH) China has further strengthened its commitment to LED manufacturing with the announcement of an exclusive gas supply agreement with Kaistar, a joint venture of Epistar Taiwan (leading global manufacturer of LED chips) and China Electronics Corporation (CEC), to deliver bulk gases and high purity ammonia to Kaistar’s new production facility in Xiamen, China.

Kaistar’s facility is near to Linde’s recently established ultra-high purity ammonia plant in Xiamen, opened in 2010, to meet demand from the fast-growing Chinese LED industry. The facility is the first operating plant in China to produce ultra-high purity ammonia and will supply customers, such as Kaistar, using world leading technology in purification, packaging and analytical methodology. The plant, which has an initial capacity of 500 tonnes per year, produces ultra-high purity ammonia at 7N (99.99999 percent) level.
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Gas is all around us: we put it to work 🔧

🔬 In collaboration with chemical company SABIC (Saudi Arabian Basic Industries Corporation), Linde engineers have developed and brought to market a new, highly efficient technology known as the alpha-SABLIN® process for manufacturing LAO. Together they built the first commercial-scale LAO plant in Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia. This facility now produces around 150,000 tonnes of LAO per year for SABIC subsidiary Jubail United Petrochemical Company (UNITED).

Read more about LAO and α-SABLIN®: http://l1.de/2aBnxFv
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 Linde H2 World Vision 🌍

The cryo pump enables hydrogen for fuelling to be compressed up to 900 bar. In contrast to the ionic compressor, it works with cryogenic liquid hydrogen cooled to minus 253 degrees Celsius. This makes it particularly suitable for applications where space is at a premium and large amounts of hydrogen have to be delivered while keeping energy consumption low. Read more about ionic compressor and the cryo pump: http://l1.de/2b7JEAI
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Gas is all around us: we put it to work 🔧

🚮 Turning waste into biofuel: In California, the US state with the most stringent environmental legislation, Linde has formed a joint venture with leading waste disposal company Waste Management Inc. Together, they have developed a system to turn landfill gas into valuable fuel for refuse collection trucks.Linde The methane-bearing gas originates from composting waste at the Altamont landfill site near Livermore and is converted into liquid biogas at the world’s largest facility of its kind.

What do you think: How many litres of liquid biogas generates the plant every day?
Make a guess!
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Gas is all around us: we put it to work 🔧

🍒 ❄ Nitrogen is a gentle, non-chemical yet effective way of keeping many types of food fresh, tasty and appealing to the eye. It is often included in modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), special gas mixtures used in this field. Nitrogen has the task to prevent caking, stabilise volume and prevent oxidation by displacing the surrounding atmospheric oxygen.

Linde provides the food and beverages industry with a broad portfolio of inert gases under its modified atmosphere MAPAX® brand.

In the next episode we will explain you a possible application for Methan. Do you have already an idea?
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2016-07-26
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🌍 Linde H2 "World" > Hydrogen Stations
Shanghai, Stockholm, Tokyo, Berlin, LA, Amagasaki City, Vienna ... all over the world more and more countries build up their hydrogen stations network.

E.g. in Germany: The country continues to expand its network of hydrogen fuelling stations. Together with Daimler, Linde will be setting up twenty new H₂ fuelling stations in Germany over the coming months. This initiative underscores the companies’ commitment to zero-emissions mobility.

Do you already have a hydrogen station in your city?
Or you are still waiting for one?
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Gas is all around us: we put it to work 🔧

🚀 Its low density and non-combustibility make helium the lifting agent of choice for airships and balloons. Aerospace organisations such as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) use it for balloon research missions at high altitude, for instance, Linde supplied helium for a series of uncrewed NASA research flights at an altitude of up to 43 kilometres. Launched in recent years from the Swedish Esrange Space Center, north of the Arctic Circle, these missions helped gather scientific data about the sun’s magnetic field and the associated cosmic rays that can be dangerous to astronauts and pilots.
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Gas is all around us in many different kinds. We put it to work🔧. On the following images you see a selection of daily use applications which are only made possible with gases.

The picture (respectively application) with the most user interaction, we will explain more detailed in the following week.

Which one should we introduce?
It's your choice ;).
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2016-07-12
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The Logistics Chain Series: No. 9 📡 🚛

Once Wieland arrives at the sprawling manufacturing site in Hésinque, Linde’s dedicated satellite system in the on-board computer navigates the trailer directly to the point of delivery, ensuring Wieland gets to the right tank as quickly and efficiently as possible.
And just one hour later, the last drop of liquid gas evaporates as the pipe is removed from the tank. Wieland gets behind the wheel again to see that his on-board computer has already worked out his next assignment – a metallurgy customer needs a refill.
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Linde technology worldwide 💡

Our nitrogen pressure swing adsorption (PSA) plants are designed for on-stream applications that require clean, dry, high-purity nitrogen for inerting, blanketing and purging processes.
We can deliver nitrogen PSA plants with capacities ranging from several Nm³/h to several thousand Nm³/h. Our PSA plants can produce nitrogen purities of all levels, with oxygen content ranging from a few percent down to the ppmv level.

Do you know the differences between our two series: GX and A?
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