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Inerting/Blanketing

Inerting or blanketing with nitrogen provides two benefits for specialty and fine chemical manufacturing facilities: improved safety and quality. Because nitrogen is an inert gas (and does not easily react with most materials), it protects sensitive materials and prevents fires and explosions. Air Products engineers can help make sure that your inerting and blanketing applications meet all performance standards while minimizing gas volume requirements and optimizing supply mode. Visit our inerting, blanketing and purging site for more in-depth information.

To put us on your bid list for nitrogen supply or talk to a specialist about ways to improve your operation, contact us at the office nearest your location.

Other Applications

Product NameDescription/BenefitsDownloads
Gases

Nitrogen

Because nitrogen is inert and nonflammable, it enables safe storage and use of flammables. It can also prevent combustible dust explosions. Nitrogen also improves the quality and shelf life of air-sensitive materials. Our engineers can help you select the optimal supply mode to meet your needs.

Because nitrogen is inert and nonflammable, it enables safe storage and use of flammables. It can also prevent combustible dust explosions. Nitrogen also improves the quality and shelf life of air-sensitive materials. Our engineers can help you select the optimal supply mode to meet your needs.

Services

Critical Oxygen Content Calculations

Air Products can help you understand the flammability envelope of your specific materials so that you can operate safely at the lowest cost supply alternative.

Air Products can help you understand the flammability envelope of your specific materials so that you can operate safely at the lowest cost supply alternative.

Safety Training

Safety is our top priority. Our experts can train your personnel in the safe handling and use of industrial gases such as hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.

Safety is our top priority. Our experts can train your personnel in the safe handling and use of industrial gases such as hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.

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