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Sparging/Stripping

The terms "sparging" and "stripping" tend to be used interchangeably, but stripping describes the removal of contaminants from a process stream by use of a gas such as nitrogen. Sparging is the specific method of stripping which involves bubbling a gas through a liquid. The gas absorbs and carries the contaminant with it as it rises to the surface and is vented away from the process stream and vessel. Air Products provides nitrogen and applications know-how to make your sparging/stripping application effective and efficient, using the smallest amount of gas necessary.

To put us on your bid list for nitrogen supply or to speak with a specialist regarding your sparging or stripping needs, contact us at the office nearest your location.
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Compressed Nitrogen Gas & Liquid Nitrogen

We offer liquid nitrogen and compressed nitrogen gas in a variety of purities and concentrations. 

Nitrogen is valued both as a gas for its inert properties and a liquid for cooling and freezing. Virtually any industry can benefit from its unique properties to improve yields, optimize performance, and make operations safer. 

Our experienced applications teams across the globe can use their industry and application knowledge to provide you with a compressed nitrogen or liquid nitrogen supply and technology solutions to meet your unique needs.

We offer liquid nitrogen and compressed nitrogen gas in a variety of purities and concentrations. 

Nitrogen is valued both as a gas for its inert properties and a liquid for cooling and freezing. Virtually any industry can benefit from its unique properties to improve yields, optimize performance, and make operations safer. 

Our experienced applications teams across the globe can use their industry and application knowledge to provide you with a compressed nitrogen or liquid nitrogen supply and technology solutions to meet your unique needs.

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