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If your business depends on industrial gases, you need a dependable supplier of quality products. You also need a leader in industrial gas technologies, committed to delivering solutions that create value in areas of productivity, quality and reduced operating costs that allow you to maintain focus on your core business. This is where Messer excels, and these pillars form the cornerstone of our success.
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Flameless oxy fuel combustion in preheating of various vessels is an efficient method of cutting heating times, improving fuel economy, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and extending vessel refractory lining life. The OXIPYR system now makes this energy efficient preheating application available for use in smaller vessels and runners such as foundries and micro steel mills.
At Messer we comply with product and service quality based on requirements determined by our customers, our own quality standards and by regulatory authorities.
This policy is integral to the Messer strategy and is periodically reviewed by the Executive Committee. Messer is committed to the implementation of this HSE policy.
This is to certify that the Management System of Messer North America, Inc. has been approved by LRQA to the following standards: ISO 9001:2015.
The Community Right-to-Know provisions help increase the public's knowledge and access to information on chemicals at individual facilities, their uses, and releases into the environment. States and communities, working with facilities, can use the information to improve chemical safety and protect public health and the environment.
"We were looking for quick, low capital improvements that could increase production without adding labor. As a result, we’re seeing lowered refractory temperatures, increased melt rates and reduced dross formation in the hearth...even a small percentage increase in production translates to significant savings and positive impact on our bottom line."