Malaysia: Industrial Gases Linde Begins Operations at 10 Million Dollar ASU in Kuching

Editor: Ahlam Rais

To support the growth of electronics and renewable energy customers at the Sama Jaya High Tech Park in Kuching, Malaysia, Linde has started up a new air separation unit (ASU) which will supply high purity nitrogen to multiple customers in the region. The new plant will make use of Linde’s latest technology which provides 30 % better power efficiency and can reduce GHG emissions by more than 6,000 tons per year.

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The new plant will be connected to Linde’s Remote Operating Centre (ROC) located in Hicom Shah Alam, Selangor and can be monitored, controlled, and operated remotely.
The new plant will be connected to Linde’s Remote Operating Centre (ROC) located in Hicom Shah Alam, Selangor and can be monitored, controlled, and operated remotely.
(Source: Linde)

Selangor/Malaysia – Linde has recently announced that it has started up a new 10 million dollar air separation plant at the Sama Jaya High Tech Park in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. The plant will supply high purity gaseous nitrogen through an extensive pipeline network to multiple customers including Taiyo Yuden and LONGi. Ultra-high purity liquid oxygen will also be produced for customers in Kuching and throughout the ASEAN region.

“The increasing pace of digitalization and adoption of renewable energy has led to industry leaders in the electronics and solar technology markets expanding rapidly in the Sama Jaya High Tech Park. Linde has made multiple investments in recent years to support this growth, the latest project increasing Linde’s nitrogen capacity in the Sama Jaya High Tech Park to more than 18,000 Nm3/h,” said Linde Malaysia Managing Director, Anuj Sharma.

The increasing pace of digitalization and adoption of renewable energy has led to industry leaders in the electronics and solar technology markets expanding rapidly in the Sama Jaya High Tech Park in Malaysia.

Anuj Sharma,Managing Director, Linde Malaysia

The new plant will feature Linde’s latest state-of-art technology with 30 % better power efficiency, which is expected to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by more than 6,000 tons per year. This is in line with Linde’s target of reducing its GHG emissions intensity by 35 %, by 2028. The new plant will be connected to Linde’s Remote Operating Centre (ROC) located in Hicom Shah Alam, Selangor and can be monitored, controlled, and operated remotely.

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