NITROGEN PACKAGING

Nitrogen is an inert gas that barely dissolves in water and is not combustible. Therefore, it is an ideal gas for inertisations in different industries. Its low boiling point (-196ºC) makes it the ideal refrigeration agent for freezing and refrigeration processes.

The Nitrogen applies in various sectors:

Chemical industryInerting or blanketing for flammable chemicals, bulk materials or powder, Temperature control in tanks and reactors, Freezing of pipes for repair and maintenance work.

Welding and cutting: Auxiliary gas for laser and plasma cutting, Gas for root protection in pipe welding.

Automotive and transport: Root protection in the welding of automobile components, Filling of aircraft tires and race cars.

Metallurgy and metal industry: Heat treatment of metals to provide a surface of more quality and flexibility, Lace of metal pieces, Fine in the production of steel and aluminum.

Environment: Recovery of volatiles (VOCs) from gas and vapor emissions, Recycling of plastics and tires through the cryogenic grinding process.

Feeding: Freezing and refrigeration of food, Gas for food packaging in modified atmosphere, Cryogenic grinding of spices, Cryo Cooking with nitrogen in haute cuisine.

Health: Cryogenic conservation of biological samples, Cryosurgery and dermatology, Propellant gas for medical devices.

Pharmaceutical industry: Auxiliary material for the production of active substances, Inertization of equipment, Temperature control in reactors.

 

PACKAGING

Bottles and liquid containers: Nitrogen in bottles and blocks of high pressure (200 and 300 bar) from a capacity of 1 to 235 m3. Also liquid nitrogen in fixed or transportable cryogenic containers (dewars) of various sizes.

Liquid supply: liquid nitrogen by tank truck offering cryogenic storage tanks of different capacities.

Supply On-site: For a greater demand of nitrogen exists installation of on-site generation plants.

Gas pipeline supply: To large consumer customers located in large industrial areas the supply is provided through a network of gas pipelines to ensure the greatest flexibility and reliability of supply.

 

 

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