In the chemical and petrochemical industry, oxygen (O
2) is used for a variety of oxidation processes. Nitrogen (N
2) is mainly used for inerting processes. As an inert gas (N
2) it is used for the safe storage of flammable liquids, as a protective gas during the annealing of metals and as a refrigerant in the cryogenic liquefied state (in industrial production).
Many industrial processes, such as combustion or other chemical processes, produce large amounts of carbon dioxide. The resulting CO
2 can be used for other branches of industry.
In the chemical industry, methane is a raw material for the production of basic chemicals such as methanol or for the manufacture of synthetic materials. We offer satellite stations for the chemical industry for methane supply. Oxygen (O
2) is used for a variety of oxidation processes. Nitrogen is mainly used for inerting processes.