Bad Soden, Germany,

More gas per cylinder for northern Italy – 300 bar for Brugine

Filling gas cylinders at a pressure of 300 bar has certain advantages. Cylinders can hold 45 percent more gas, which saves transport and lease costs as well as time due to less frequent refilling. Messer customers in northern Italy will soon be getting more gas per cylinder, thus construction has begun on a modern automated filling station in the northern Italian town of Brugine (Padua). Soon, almost all the gases that are produced here will be able to be filled into cylinders at a pressure of 300 bar. The new system fully guarantees product quality and reliability. Further projects are already being planned and are due to be implemented shortly. The aim is to get even closer to customers.