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Air Liquide starts up new Texas nitrogen liquefier

12.17.2012  | 

The liquefier, the second of two now in operation at the Cleburne facility, has recently begun commercial production. The increased capacity will enable Air Liquide to increase its supply of liquid nitrogen to customers in a range of industries, including electronics, oil and gas, and chemicals.

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Air Liquide on Monday commissioned a new nitrogen liquefier at its air separation plant in Cleburne, Texas, seeking to further support growth in the Texas and Oklahoma industrial gas markets.

The liquefier, the second of two now in operation at the Cleburne facility, has recently begun commercial production.

The increased capacity will enable Air Liquide to increase its supply of liquid nitrogen to customers in a range of industries, including food & beverage, manufacturing, glass, electronics, oil and gas, and chemicals.

To support the increased production capacity, Air Liquide plans to increase its workforce in Cleburne by one-third over a two-year period, hiring as many as 21 permanent employees, including production technicians and truck drivers. Additionally, the construction of the new liquefier created 80 construction jobs.

“We are very pleased to announce the start-up of our newnitrogen liquefier in Cleburne,” said Mark Lostak, president of Air Liquide Industrial U.S. LP.

“This facility expansion enables us to meet the growing demands of the industrial gas market in this region, while also supporting job creation and economic growth in the City of Cleburne and Johnson County."

Air Liquide’s air separation facility in Cleburne has been operational since January of 1998, producing oxygen,nitrogen and argon for a multitude of industries.



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