Linde AG

Seitnerstr. 70, 82049 Pullach

This company is co-exhibitor of
Maximator GmbH


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K 2016 hall map (Hall 13): stand A10

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K 2016 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.10  Additives
  • 01.10.100  Foaming agents

Foaming agents

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.14  Others
  • 01.14.023  Industrial gases
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.03  Post processing machines and downstream equipment
  • 03.03.010  Deflashing equipment

Deflashing equipment

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Ancillary equipment
  • 03.08.001  Surface pretreatment equipment

Surface pretreatment equipment

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Ancillary equipment
  • 03.08.002  Heating and cooling technology
  •  Heating and cooling units

Heating and cooling units

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Ancillary equipment
  • 03.08.008  Equipment for gas injection

Equipment for gas injection

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Ancillary equipment
  • 03.08.011  Mould and die cleaning equipment

Mould and die cleaning equipment

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Ancillary equipment
  • 03.08.012  Equipment for injecting foaming agents into the melt

Equipment for injecting foaming agents into the melt

  • 04  Services for the plastics and rubber industrie
  • 04.06  Science and consulting

Science and consulting

Our products

Product category: Industrial gases

shielding Gases

Selecting the right shielding gas can optimise your welding results. Not only do shielding gases protect the finished weld from the effects of oxygen and nitrogen in the atmosphere, they can also have a positive effect on weld metal properties such as strength, corrosion resistance and toughness. In addition, they can optimise the weld bead shape and size as well as the weld porosity and fusion. And that’s not all – shielding gases can increase your productivity by accelerating the welding processand minimising the amount of spatter.

As one of the leading suppliers of industrial gases, we have a long-standing commitment to the welding industry. Our global team of application engineers have expertise in all shielding gas processes and can advise you on the mixture best suited to your individual application challenges. We back this up with extensive safety, training and maintenance support to keep your operations running smoothly.

The product lines below contain more information about our individual shielding gas mixtures:

Argon 4.6

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Product category: Industrial gases

Electronic Gases and Chemicals

Supplying the full range of ultra-pure gases and chemicals, systems and services to support electronics manufacturers

The requirements for gases and chemicals in the electronics industry are amongst the most stringent in the world. Linde Electronics is dedicated to finding innovative ways to support your processes by supplying gases and chemicals as safely as possible and at a lower cost to both your business and the environment.

Our goal is to ensure long-term customer satisfaction and loyalty by consistently providing products and services that meet or even exceed your quality expectations. Across all sectors of the electronics industry - from R&D labs to large-scale fabs - we have the answers to your individual process needs no matter where you're based.

Our global product, system and service offering for the electronics industry includes:

Bulk gases
Electronic special gases
Lithography gases 
On-site gas generators
On-site services 
Gas systems and equipment 
Wet chemicals.

Making a Difference

Under the umbrella of our Corporate Responsibility policy, we develop and promote technologies, products and services that are environmentally sustainable. For instance, we pioneered the use of molecular fluorine (F2) as a replacement for fluorinated gases such as nitrogen trifluoride (NF3) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) that have a high global warming potential. Fluorine can eliminate the risk of unwanted greenhouse gas emissions resulting from chamber cleaning in the manufacture of semiconductors, TFT-LCD flat panel displays and thin-film solar panels.

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Product category: Industrial gases

Atmospheric Gases

Breaking the air we breathe down into its constituent gases

The air we breathe is a mixture of various gases, each with its own unique properties that are invaluable for so many industrial processes and medical therapies.

Known as atmospheric gases, the components of air include:
• Argon
• Carbon dioxide
• Helium
• Nitrogen
• Oxygen.

Air also contains a number of rare gases such as xenon, krypton and neon. Although the ratio of this life-sustaining mixture has varied over time, the components have remained unchanged for many millions of years.

The majority of atmospheric gases are classified as unreactive or inert, and it is only the oxidising gases, oxygen and carbon dioxide, that react readily with other elements.

Separating the Gases
The main atmospheric gases – oxygen, nitrogen and argon – and the rare gases are generally captured by reducing the temperature of air until each component liquefies and can be separated. Carbon dioxide is usually recovered as a by-product of various industrial processes, in chemicals and refining in particular.

Helium occurs naturally only in the earth’s crust, where it is trapped in non-porous rock pockets. It is recovered in a similar way to oil. As helium ‘wells’ are only found in certain geologies, this is a rare and expensive gas.

As a pioneer in cryogenic air separation, we have gained unparalleled know-how in the design and construction of air separation units (ASUs). To date, we have built over 2,800 units in 80 countries.

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Product category: Industrial gases

Fuel Gases

Various gases such as acetylene, natural gas, propane, propylene and hydrogen can be used as a fuel for heat treatment, as power and energy for transportation and combined with oxygen - various industrial processes.

Most fuel gases are composed in whole or in part of hydrocarbons (methane, acetylene, propane, and propylene), hydrogen, carbon monoxide and oil vapours.

Fuel gas flames offer heat energy anytime, anywhere, whenever you need it.

Each fuel gas has a different ratio of carbon to hydrogen atoms, which means that different amounts of oxygen are needed to burn the gas efficiently. This ratio of fuel to oxidant and the molecule structure affects the temperature of the flame, as well as the flammability and explosive limits.

Our experts have many decades of experience in the use of fuel gases for welding and cutting applications. Not only do we supply the full range of compressed gases in cylinders, we can also help you optimise the flame temperature and oxygen jet and advise on the appropriate safety precautions. In addition, we offer the full range of welding and cutting equipment.

More information on individual fuel gases:• Acetylene
• Hydrogen
• Propane
• Propylene.

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About us

Company details

The Linde Group is a world leading supplier of industrial, process and speciality gases and is one of the most profitable engineering companies. Linde products and services can be found in nearly every industry, in more than 100 countries. A success story that began with the separation of air.

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