Metals

The metal industry is one of the most important consumers of energy. Energy is required for cutting, heating and melting applications. Both ferrous (iron and steel) and non-ferrous (aluminium, copper, zinc, ...

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Laundry Services

Laundry needs go right from homes to hotels to hospitals and so on. With the costs of fuels like oil, diesel and gasoline on the rise, gas acts as the best solution for satisfying laundry needs sustainabilit ...

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Textile

Textile industry is known to be a great contributor towards the economical growth of any country. However, it is said that emissions from textile factories are the second biggest cause of pollution in the wor ...

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Jewellery

Jewellers and bead makers require energy to fire up their torches to join, alter and melt metal and other raw materials. In earlier days, torches ran on kerosene. However, over time jewellers needed to match ...

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Glass

Glass is made via heating sand (which mostly contains silicon dioxide) at a temperature of 1700°C (3092°F). Thus, glass industries require large supply of heat. LPG and natural gas being the cleanest fuels ...

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Aerosols

Aerosols are substances stored under pressure and then released as a suspension of particles in air. Aerosol formulations consists of: – The Product: which boils at a high temperature. This is the su ...

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Healthcare

HOSPITALS: Hospitals are open 24*7, with thousands of patients, visitors and employees occupying the space. This rises the need for sophisticated heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for ...

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Food Processing

Feeding the world is a big job. Food processing is an industry wherein gas is used right from the start of the producing process until the end. Farming Environmental changes disrupt the natural process of dr ...

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