Markets We Serve
Cleantech refers to a broad array of products, services, and processes that drive efficiencies by reducing costs, inputs, energy consumption, waste, or environmental pollution. It is based largely upon principles of biology, chemistry, design, resource efficiency, lean business concepts, and systems thinking. It includes such segments as renewable energy, green transportation, information technology, green chemistry, water efficiency, and air & water purification, among many others.
The common thread tying these segments together is the focus on minimizing environmental footprint and pollution, while maximizing performance. ARI provides Cleantech solutions for direct use in the renewable energy/renewable fuels segment (renewable natural gas), and air & water purification segments (desalination of brackish water, removal of phosphates and nitrates from freshwater sources, etc.), as well as indirect use via the information technology segment (electronic gases purification).
ARI has a long and distinguished history serving the top companies in the Energy sector. Our heritage is in natural gas (methane) upgrading. Our AdvanSorb® natural gas processing technology is able to effectively and efficiently remove impurities, such as nitrogen or heavy hydrocarbons, to maximize Btu recovery. We also offer the ability to recover valuable trace byproducts like helium (He) to 99.999% purity.
ARI has helped our customers who serve the Healthcare sector to effectively and efficiently separate gas mixtures resulting in a high purity product gas of need. While there are many gas separations that are of benefit in healthcare and biotech, our work at separating oxygen from ambient air has been of greatest use in facilitating our customers bringing new products to market.
ARI has a long and distinguished history of serving the top companies in the Industrial Gases sector. Our ability to separate complex gas mixtures and recover high-purity desirable constituents, efficiently and lucratively, has aided customers in markets ranging from scientific research and development to electronics manufacturing.