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Air Products supplies integrated oxy-fuel solution to Jinxin Glass  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Air Products (Lehigh Valley, Pa.; www.airproducts.com) recently signed a contract to supply its integrated oxy-fuel solution to Jinxin Glass in Jiyuan, Henan Province, China to help Jinxin reduce emissions and improve productivity and quality in its glass production. A manufacturer of pharmaceutical borosilicate glass using coal oven gas for local companies and overseas markets, Jinxin had been looking for a new solution to substitute the traditional air-fuel combustion in its glass melting process to meet the local government’s emissions regulations. The Jiyuan government has set challenging emission reduction targets for all industries including the glass manufacturing industry. The integrated oxy-fuel solution includes the supply of Cleanfire HRiTM oxy-fuel burners and a Prism vacuum-swing-adsorption (VSA) oxygen generator, which will supply reliable and economical oxygen. In addition, Air Products provides furnace commissioning and related on-site consulting services to Jinxin.  
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