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Global natural gas boom fuels local Air Products business


Air Products heat exchangers produce most of the world’s liquefied natural gas.


An Air Products’ “heat exchanger,” which weighs more… (SPECIAL TO THE MORNING CALL,…)

April 14, 2013|By Sam Kennedy, Of The Morning Call

On the wooded outskirts of Wilkes-Barre, Air Products owns a cavernous, century-old brick factory building. Perhaps three or four times a year, the building’s sliding doors part, giving birth to something utterly incongruous:

A huge white NASA rocket two-thirds the length of a football field.

Well, it looks like a rocket. In fact, the resemblance is purely accidental. The massive cylindrical object is something else entirely — a heat exchanger. And weighing in at more than 500 tons, it will never be airborne.



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