Co2 Kullanılan Endüstriler

Thanks to its versatile characteristics and its effect on improving the product quality and productivity, it is widely used in many industries. Therefore, it has constituted the key factor of cost-decrease for many companies worldwide.


CO2 is widely used in the following industries:

- Beverages
- Foodstuff
- Cold grinding
- CO2 fertilizing at greenhouses
- Anti vermin
- Anti Fire and Fire Extinguishers
- Waste water and water purification
- Dry ice
- Technical cooling

And in many other developing industries

Other than the aforementioned industries, many new products and production methods can be developed by means of the possibilities that are provided by carbon dioxide. While the CO2 used in industry increase productivity, it also adds value to the product.
Let us first give some examples to such areas: As a very important input in the beverage industry at the carbonization phase due to its solubility in liquids. As dry ice for freezing, the cooling processes, cooling and cool transit of foodstuff due to its temperature being –79ºC. As fumigation gas at depots and silos for vermin extermination, with its bacterial static effect and for it pushes away and replaces oxygen. Also for packed products such as coffee and cheese. As compressed gas at aerosols and powder fire extinguishers and as protective gas during transportation between the pneumatic carrier and the source. In wastewater purification for the neutralization of alkaline wastewaters. For adjusting the pH value of swimming pools and for the carbonization of soft waters. In the production of sponges and polyurethane in order to make the sponge porous, rather than using carcinogen methyl chloride. As laser gas, cold surgery, baths, therapeutic gas in medical field.
Instead of acetic acid that is used to neutralize NaOH, which is used to fixate textile dyes.
In the production of Salicate, which is the raw material of Aspirin. As an alternative to TNT used in mines, by means of controlled heating of the CO2 in special tubes causing the explosion, due to expansion of the CO2. The CO2 is used