Air Products Foundation will Donate up to $15,000 to the AIST Foundation
Air Products (NYSE:APD) will participate in AISTech 2021 with a virtual booth at the steel industry’s premier technology event from June 29 to July 1 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Participants can virtually visit Air Products’ booth to learn how Air Products’ industrial gases and cost-efficient supply modes and technologies can help companies to increase efficiency and lower overall costs in iron and steelmaking. Learn more about the Air Products virtual exhibit and get your complimentary exhibit hall pass here.
By visiting the Air Products’ virtual booth attendees will also be helping the AIST Foundation, which funds initiatives to promote the steel industry as a viable and rewarding career choice for young engineers. The Air Products Foundation has pledged to donate $100 to the Foundation – up to $15,000 in all – for each registered attendee who views the Air Products virtual profile and adds Air Products to their Favorites List for the conference.
In addition to a virtual booth, Air Products will also present a technical paper on BOF Bottom Stirring Technology at the conference at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 29th in the Oxygen Steelmaking session.
As a global leading industrial gas supplier, Air Products brings decades of experience in gas supply and technology to improve the operations performance of metals producers. Air Products offers a full line of gases–including argon, carbon dioxide, helium, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and gas blends–with a broad range of supply mode options and purity levels to suit the needs of every operation. Air Products can also provide a wide variety of technical services and innovative gas-based technologies to help you lower costs and improve productivity, while minimizing the environmental impact of production processes.
Air Products’ expertise, gases, supply modes and technologies combine to provide ferrous and non-ferrous metals producers a wide range of operational capabilities and process efficiency improvements, from primary production and refining to secondary recovery and processing, that can result in significant benefits including increased yield, increased productivity, increased fuel efficiency, reduced emissions, and lower operating costs.