Air Liquide: commercial success of Turbo-Brayton
(CercleFinance.com) - Air Liquide has announced that it has sold around fifty lots of Turbo-Brayton cryogenic equipment in the last two years, for a total value of almost 180 million euros.
This enables users to avoid over 240,000 tonnes of CO2-equivalent emissions per year.
The French supplier of gas for industry and health specifies that this equipment is intended to be installed on LNG carriers, whether new or for the modernisation of existing vessels.
This Air Liquide technology was first used in the space sector, to keep biological samples cold in the International Space Station. It was then adapted for the maritime market.
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