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Air separation.


Linde, Canada's largest supplier of industrial, medical and specialty gases is in the process of building an air separation plant at Canadian Pacific Forest Products' mill in Thunder Bay. The plant, to be owned and operated by Linde, will be completed this September and will supply the company with oxygen for a 15-year period. It will generate 150 metric tons of oxygen daily, including 80 tons of low-pressure oxygen for effluent treatment and 40 tons of high-pressure oxygen for the bleaching and delignifying process. The remaining 30 tons will supply the local market with liquid oxygen. Linde is a division of Union Carbide Canada Limited.
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Title Annotation:Linde Canada Inc. to build air separation plant
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Date:Jun 1, 1991
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