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Air Liquide at the 51st International Paris Air Show, Paris Le Bourget

"salon bourget" "aerospace" "aeronautique" "safe congres"

Air Liquide advanced Technologies is present at the 51st International Paris Air Show, from June 15 to June 21. Come and meet our experts booth B80 – Hall 2B.

Key event for Air Liquide advanced Technologies, the 2015 edition is the opportunity to showcase our latest innovations in the Space and Aviation fields. From being exclusively military, the applications that we have developed over the last decades in the field of aviation now address the needs of civil aviation as well: onboard oxygen and nitrogen systems, protective cabin crew smoke hoods, Oxygen cylinders for aircraft application etc. 

Don't miss our space activities. With more than 50 years of experience in this field, Air Liquide is the cryogenic systems partner for the Ariane launcher. At the Air Show, you will discover what has been accomplished thanks to the sounding rocket Cryofenix as well as the genuine hydrogen tank used in the rocket and our cryogenic equipment without which satellites orbiting the earth and astrophysics misssion could not function.

Come and discover our solutions to reduce airport pollution levels by offering clean and renewable delivery systems based on hydrogen energy and fuel cells. Onboard hydrogen-powered fuel cells can provide electricity on board for various uses, especially during airport ground phases. By the same token, it will be possible to convert airport ground logistics – warehouse forklift truck fleets, aerial platforms, and baggage handling vehicles – to hydrogen for a cleaner environment.

Last but not least, Air Liquide invite you to a conference about hydrogen developments being carried out in the fields of space and aviation, via two current issues : the Cryofenix mission and Hydrogen, a clean and renewable energy, on June 18th, 4pm to 5.30pm, information and registration on the booth.

Dossier de presse - Paris Le Bourget

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