Industrial carbon dioxide (CO2) serves a variety of key applications across industries. In its solid state (-78°C), carbon dioxide – also known as dry ice – is a cold source that can be used as a cryogenic fluid for processes such as tissue conservation deep-freezing and fire extinction, as it is non-combustible. Carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by chemical and oil and gas operations can be captured and purified for use in many industries and applications.
Air Liquide supplies carbon dioxide to customers in the food and beverage industries for a range of applications, including carbonation. Beverage-grade liquid carbon dioxide is a key ingredient in carbonated beverages such as sodas, beer and wine. The food industry employs carbon dioxide for food processing applications such as chilling and freezing, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) and temperature control for products being stored and transported. Air Liquide's carbon dioxide production facilities serving the food and beverage industry have achieved the Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000), an internationally recognised standard for food safety.
In the upstream oil and gas industry, industrial carbon dioxide is used in well service applications such as hydraulic fracturing and in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) applications, such as miscible oil displacement.
The volumes within this table are indicative and may vary with filled pressure. Actual gas volumes per product codes are available in CMS.
Carbon dioxide is available in bulk, single cylinders or multi-cylinder packs and liquid dewars. We offer compressed carbon dioxide gas and liquid carbon dioxide in a variety of purities, concentrations and volumes. Air Liquide offers a wide range of services to try and meet each customer's needs.