Carbon dioxide is used as a cryogenic fluid for processes such as tissue conservation, deep-freezing and fire extinction due to its non-combustible nature.
Air Liquide has a longstanding experience in Carbon Dioxide (CO2) management, from capture, purification and liquefaction to storage and transport from various CO2 emission sources (either from its own operations or from customers' operations) to help reduce carbon emissions and support low-carbon transition efforts. Air Liquide can also upgrade the recovered CO2 and provide it to various markets, such as the agri-food industry (carbonation, preservation, and refrigerated transport), water treatment, chemicals.
Food-grade carbon dioxide is used in carbonated beverages and for food processing applications such as chilling and freezing, modified atmosphere packaging and cold transportation.
Dry Ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide at temperature of -78.5 ºC, is tasteless and odorless. It is used to address critical temperature control requirements during food production and packaging, and provide refrigeration during transportation and distribution.
Air Liquide produces Carbon Dioxide in various grades and supply modes.
For users who require gas volume requirement of more than 5,000m³ per month, we offer the bulk and skid tank supply systems in a range of sizes and flow capacities.Read more
Packaged Gas Supply
For users who require gas volume requirement of less than 5,000m³ per month, we offer many types of packaged gases and gas mixtures in various capacities for an extensive array of applications.Read more
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Carbon DioxideDownload the document PDF (181.55 KB)
Carbon Dioxide, LiquidDownload the document PDF (162.49 KB)
Carbon Dioxide, SolidDownload the document PDF (137.88 KB)
The Air Liquide Gas Encyclopedia allows you to quickly access a host of information on the physical and chemical properties of more than 135 gas molecules.Access here
Easy Gas Converter App
The Air Liquide Easy Gas Converter app gives users the ability to instantly calculate volume conversions from gaseous to liquid state for 14 gas molecules such as nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen.Download on the App store
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