Praxair starts up ASU plant at Essar Steel in Canada

Praxair starts up ASU plant at Essar Steel in Canada

12:16 PM, 17th June 2011
Praxair starts up ASU plant at Essar Steel in Canada

MISSISSAUGA, CANADA: Praxair Canada Inc, subsidiary of Praxair Inc, has completed the start-up of a cryogenic air separation plant to supply 900 ton per day of gaseous oxygen to Essar Steel Algoma Inc’s steel mill located in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada. The new plant is fully integrated with Praxair’s existing air separation facilities at Essar in Sault St Marie, increasing the total installed capacity at the site to 2,700 ton per day. In addition, this expansion adds merchant liquid capacity to support growing local atmospheric gases and US argon markets.

“Our new facility provides Essar with the product they need to expand, along with a high degree of production flexibility and reliability,” said Rob Hossack, Managing Director, Praxair Canada.

“Praxair and Essar Steel Algoma have had a strong relationship for over 50 years. This capacity enhancement by Praxair is key to Essar Algoma’s growth plans in the coming years,” said Kalyan Ghosh, Chief Commercial Officer, Essar Steel Algoma.

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