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The most powerful move you can make for your furnace.

Ready to raise your furnace game?

Oxy-fuel systems that are always the perfect move.


Your operational needs are unique and no two furnaces are alike. That’s why we work with you to understand your goals and use our innovative burners and precision-control systems to engineer a custom-designed solution to match your furnaces' specific characteristics. We can help you achieve a number of valuable benefits so you can move ahead of the competition.

This innovative technology can help your operation:

Optimize Production

Reduce Emissions

Improve Yield

Reduce Energy Costs

Improve Product Quality

Increase Process Flexibility

Ask the Expert

Russell Hewertson, Air Products Commercial Technology Manager
Russell Hewertson

Americas Commercial Technology Manager

Why do people use oxygen for combustion when air is free?

Air contains almost 80% nitrogen, which doesn’t burn; it heats up and removes heat from the process as it exits in the form of hot flue gases. Combustion with oxygen eliminates this waste and provides faster melting, lower fuel usage, lower carbon dioxide generation, reduced NOx and particulate emissions and higher flame temperatures. Oxygen also efficiently burns lower quality fuels and wastes. The economics of using oxygen depend on the process and the needs of the manufacturer. Oxygen benefits are greatest for manufacturers who need extra production, have higher temperature processes (glass, steel, etc.), lack heat recovery, or have emissions issues or undersized baghouses. Oxygen is generally less attractive for just fuel savings, especially for lower temperature processes like boilers, unless fuel costs are extremely high or there are other drivers. Can your process benefit from oxygen?


"Anyone can supply molecules. Air Products' after-sales technical support has been phenomenal."

Stan Albrecht, Plant Engineer, Grede Foundries