Praxair China supply oxygen technology Hefei

Praxair China to supply oxygen and technology to Hefei

1:06 AM, 15th November 2011
Praxair China to supply oxygen and technology to Hefei


SHANGHAI, CHINA: Praxair China has signed a long-term contract to supply oxygen and oxy-fuel technology for solar photovoltaic glass production line of China National Building Materials (Hefei) New Energy Co Ltd, a new enterprise of Bengbu Design & Research Institute of Glass Industry, a subsidiary of China National Building Materials Group Corporation (CNBM).

Praxair China will construct two vacuum-pressure-swing-adsorption plants and one air separation unit at CNBM’s glass production site located in Hefei, Anhui Province, in Eastern China.

Praxair China will provide product supply as well as world-class oxy-firing technology and related equipment to fully meet the production needs of the customer. “Signing of this supply contract marks a significant milestone of our co operation with Praxair,” said Peng Shou, President, CNBM Bengbu Design & Research Institute of Glass Industry.

“Praxair is pleased to provide CNBM with a complete solution of highly reliable gas supply coupled with advanced application technology. Solar photovoltaic glass is a booming industrial sector for new energy and Praxair looks forward to giving more support to this growing industry,” said Dr Minda Ho, President of Praxair China.

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