Air & Gas Separation

Aluminum Castings in the Air and Gas Separation Industry

Welcome to Morris Bean & Company, a leading provider of high-quality aluminum castings tailored for the unique demands of the Air and Gas Separation industry. With precision engineering and decades of expertise, we deliver durable and efficient solutions to meet the stringent requirements of separation processes.

Why Aluminum Castings?

Aluminum castings offer a myriad of advantages for applications in the Air and Gas Separation industry. Their lightweight yet robust nature makes them ideal for components requiring strength and durability without adding excessive weight. This characteristic is particularly crucial in the aerospace sector, where every ounce counts.

Moreover, aluminum’s exceptional thermal conductivity ensures efficient heat transfer, crucial for the performance of equipment in air and gas separation processes. It enables rapid heat dissipation, contributing to enhanced operational efficiency and reliability.

Applications in Air and Gas Separation

In the Air and Gas Separation industry, aluminum castings find versatile applications across various components, including:

  1. Heat Exchangers: Aluminum’s superior thermal conductivity makes it an excellent choice for heat exchanger components. Whether in cryogenic air separation units or gas processing plants, aluminum castings optimize heat transfer efficiency, facilitating the separation process.
  2. Valve Bodies and Components: Precision-engineered aluminum castings offer exceptional strength and corrosion resistance, making them suitable for valve bodies and associated components. These critical parts ensure reliable operation and precise control in air and gas separation systems.
  3. Pump Housings: Aluminum castings provide the necessary durability and corrosion resistance required for pump housings in air and gas separation equipment. Their lightweight design facilitates ease of installation and maintenance while ensuring robust performance under demanding conditions.
  4. Structural Components: From support structures to enclosures, aluminum castings offer structural integrity while minimizing weight. This feature is particularly advantageous in mobile air separation units and portable gas processing equipment, where lightweight yet durable components are paramount.

Morris Bean & Company, Rotoflow, and Air Products and Chemicals Collaboration

At Morris Bean & Company, we pride ourselves on our collaborative approach to innovation and excellence. Our partnership with Rotoflow, a renowned leader in the design and manufacture of turbomachinery solutions, further enhances our capabilities in serving the Air and Gas Separation industry.

Moreover, our collaboration extends to industry giants like Air Products and Chemicals, a global leader in providing atmospheric and process gases, equipment, and services. Together, we leverage our collective expertise to deliver comprehensive solutions that address the complex challenges faced by the Air and Gas Separation sector.

Through this collaboration, we integrate Morris Bean & Company’s proficiency in aluminum casting, Rotoflow’s expertise in turbomachinery, and Air Products and Chemicals’ vast experience in gas separation technologies. The result is innovative solutions that enhance efficiency, reliability, and sustainability across air and gas separation processes.


Aluminum castings play a pivotal role in advancing the efficiency, reliability, and sustainability of air and gas separation processes. At Morris Bean & Company, in collaboration with Rotoflow and Air Products and Chemicals, we remain at the forefront of innovation, delivering precision-engineered solutions that meet the evolving needs of the industry. Partner with us for superior aluminum castings designed to optimize your air and gas separation operations.

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