The LLP proposes to manufacture various types of Industrial Gases, Medicinal Gases & Commercial Gases. Oxygen can be produced from a number of materials, using several different methods. The most common natural method is photo-synthesis, in which plants use sunlight convert carbon dioxide in the air into oxygen. This offsets the respiration process, in which animals convert oxygen in the air back into carbon dioxide.
The LLP initially plans to produce and sell, only oxygen and argon gases. The most common commercial method for producing oxygen which the LLP is going to follow, is the separation of air using either a cryogenic distillation process or a vacuum swing adsorption process. Nitrogen and argon are also produced by separating them from air. Oxygen is one of the basic chemical elements. In its most common form, oxygen is a colorless gas found in air. It is one of the life-sustaining elements on Earth and is needed by all animals.
Oxygen is also used in many industrial, commercial, medical, and scientific applications. It is used in blast furnaces to make steel, and is an important component in the production of many synthetic chemicals, including ammonia, alcohols, and various plastics. Oxygen is one of the most abundant chemical elements on Earth. About one-half of the earth's crust is made up of chemical compounds containing oxygen, and a fifth of our atmosphere is oxygen gas. Except for helium, which is mostly extracted from natural gas, oxygen, nitrogen and the other rare gases are extracted from the air that makes up Earth's atmosphere. Unlike the sources of some chemicals there are therefore no concerns about the depletion of this resource and if a sample of air is used to produce one of the gases, there are no problems about venting the 'waste gases' back into the atmosphere. The ready availability of oxygen and its reactivity with many other elements means that it is used during the production of many other chemicals, whereas some of the uses of nitrogen and the rare gases depend on their inertness.