Several Air Liquide teams presented the latest innovations at the 2017 Paris International Air Show which took place in June at Le Bourget.
Customers were able to discover the use of hydrogen as a viable alternative energy source for aircrafts, solutions for the manufacturing of exchangers/reactors and the use of carbon dioxide when cleaning metal parts. Airnbsp;Liquide teams also presented new technologies developed for the future Ariane 6 launcher and for electric propulsion of satellites as well as projects related to space exploration (Moon Village, the exploration of Mars...).
Air Liquide has been part of the aerospace adventure for over 50 years. The Group designs systems that generate gas for use both onboard aircrafts and on the ground. Air Liquide also brings its expertise in the processing of materials, in welding, for the treatment of metals, composite materials or electronic components during the fabrication stages of aeronautical equipment. In the space sector, Airnbsp;Liquide has built a strong reputation thanks to its expertise with rocket launchers, in the design of cryogenic equipment for satellites as well as space exploration.