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Gas supply and solutions for the biotechnology industry

When you are responsible for discovering and producing drugs, you should not have to worry about your gas supply.

We can help you maintain competitiveness, ensure quality control or compliance with regulations such as Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), pharmacopoeias and environmental directives.

Our advanced knowledge of biotech processes and technology means we are perfectly placed to provide technical support for a range of biotechnology applications that include aerobic fermentation, packaging, inerting and blanketing, culture growth, cryopreservation and lyophilisation, or freeze drying.

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A wide range of technical solutions to help you improve:

  • Sustainability
  • Environmental and safety performance
  • Product quality
  • Productivity

Do you want to hear about our solutions for biotechnology?

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Air Products gases, typically provided in gaseous and liquid form, enable customers in a wide range of industries to improve their environmental performance, product quality, and productivity.

Carbon Dioxide

Our experienced applications teams across the globe can use their industry and application knowledge to provide you with a compressed or liquid carbon dioxide supply and technology solution to meet your unique needs.


Useful as a gas, for its inert properties, and as a liquid for cooling and freezing. Virtually any industry can benefit from its unique properties to improve yields, optimize performance and make operations safer.


In addition to its use as a respiratory gas for healthcare applications, its strong oxidizing properties benefit many industries by improving yields, optimizing performance, lowering costs and reducing carbon footprint compared to other fuels.

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