One of the most important gas suppliers world-wide Linde Gas is the first choice of over 1.5 million customers in over 50 countries – customers that benefit from our gas application technology and specialist services as well as our wide range of hardware. Linde Gas offers high-level, technological quality.
We are positioned to develop and implement individual solutions around the world. Innovative technologies transformed into practicable solutions are the driving force behind the progress of our day-to-day business. In our research and development, ideas are converted into new technologies that help our customers secure competitive advantages and open new market opportunities. Our expertise, innovation and creativity are placed at your disposal. Your future begins today. With Linde Gas.
|Linde Gas Division|
|Phone||0049 89 31001 5680|
|Fax||0049 89 31001 5699|
|Name||Mr. Joachim von Scheele|
|Position||Market Segment Glass Industry|
|Name||Mr. Christoph Laumen|
|Position||Head of Application Technology Hub EMEA|
|Phone||0049 89 31001 5212|
|Fax||0049 89 31001 5315|
|Name||Mr. Matthias Görisch|
|Position||Application Engineer Metallurgy Glass & Ceramics|
|Phone||0049 911 4238 175|
|Fax||0049 911 4238 179|
- Industrial gas, oxygen, technical gas etc.
- oxygen-supply systems
- oxyfuel burner systems for glass furnaces
- small burners for glass treatment and forming
- glass mould coating
- crypton and xenon gas for insulation glass
- oxy fuel boosting
- oxy boosting
- all oxy fuel
Using oxygen to optimise glass melting processes and comply with increasingly strict legislation
melting glass with oxyfuel
Using oxygen instead of air in glass combustion processes offers a number of benefits. It eliminates the nitrogen ballast and therefore increases flame temperatures. Oxygen-enriched solutions also raise the concentration of CO2 and H2O in the vicinity of the flame. And since these gases are mainly responsible for thermal radiation, they make gas jets more efficient.
There are a variety of ways to increase combustion efficiency when melting glass. These include:
• Oxyfuel boosting
• Oxygen enrichment/lancing.
We offer a range of oxygen-based combustion solutions. These innovative technologies bring a host of benefits, including:
• Reduced emissions/CO2 footprint
• Energy savings
• Increased productivity
• Improved glass quality
• Elimination of nitrogen ballast
• Improved heat transfer.
Deployed correctly, burners help control heat input more accurately, improve glass circulation and enhance batch melting. You can combine our burners with oxygen lances to increase your melting capacity further. We offer a range of burners tailored to individual applications.
We offer fast, efficient delivery and support services to keep your furnace running with virtually no interruptions and help prolong its service life. Our oxyfuel service also enables you to continue production during regenerator or recuperator repairs by eliminating the need for a heat recovery device.
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- Batch, Furnace, Melting, Coating
|242672||Online Glass Engineering (OGE)
Process analysis in glass manufacturing.
|342249||Improved glass quality and higher output
Mould surface-coating with CARBOFLAM
|126327||Maximum flexibility and performance
With COROX®-I and II oxy-fuel burners
|208584||Optimal glass treatment results
Gas pre-mixing with HYDROPOX®
|551719||ECOVAR®– Standard on-site solutions
Gas technology that works for you - Linde Gas is in the business of making a difference in everything we do.
|279696||Oxy-fuel boosting for maximum productivity
Enhanced heat transfer with COROX®-CGM
|1863631||A step ahead in glass
Linde Gas – high standards combined with deep expertise - Getting ahead through innovation.
|292753||Introduction - European Glass Seminar
|898951||Refractory considerations for oxy-fuel furnaces
European Glass Seminar, A User’s Guide to Oxy-Fuel Furnace Crown Refractory Selection by John LeBlanc
|1530920||Hot Spot Boosting of End Fired Container Furnaces
European Glass Seminar, Background on use of oxygen on glass tanks / installations / fundamentals
|2806183||CGM™ Advanced Glass Melting
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Mr. Hans Mahrenholtz
|2736509||Oxy Fuel Boosting of Sideport Furnaces
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Dr. Tom Barrow
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Claas Heymann
|2144632||Reinforcement Fibreglass Technology
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Dick Marshall CGM’s Melting in Non-Boron Compositions
|274464||Financial Considerations for Oxy-Fuel Melting in the Glass Industry
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Mr.Dick Marshall
|2123738||ADSOSS®-O Containerized Oxygen VPSA Plants for the Glass Industry
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Mr. Michael Barrasso
|1955043||Increased Productivity of Glass Forming Processes with HYDROPOX® and CARBOFLAM®
European Glass Seminar, Paper from Mr. Rainer Mieth, held by Mr. Mathias Görisch
|2008914||Online Glass Engineering and Furnace Control System
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Mr. Nanhui Qi, glassglobal.com/OGIS GmbH
|1624089||HYFINE™ Bubbling with Hydrogen and Oxygen
European Glass Seminar, Paper by Mr. Andrew (Andy) Richardson
|334327||Furnace upgrades for CO2 and fuel savings
Article published in Glassworldwide May/June 2021
|625286||Reducing energy consumption and CO2 reduction in fibreglass furnaces
Article published in Glassworldwide Sep/Oct 2021