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What's the LELAND logo about? 
Leland is about packaged gases We rely on air separation plants to extract gases from the atmosphere. After purification, those manufacturers then deliver gases in bulk so that they can be packaged into conveniently sized cylinders.

Air separation is the most common process used to extract one or all of the main constituents of atmospheric air. The three main components are Nitrogen (781 %), Oxygen (20.9%) and Argon (9%) The remaining gases in the air are in trace amounts and normally not recovered. In very large air separation units (ASU) Neon, Xenon and Krypton are recovered in small amounts. 


Using the Separation Method 
We created the logo to essentially demonstrate the importance of the three most abundant gases. The actual separation of the letters represents atmospheric air broken down into the important gases Nitrogen, Oxygen and Argon. 

Providing gases and their application to enrich life and further science.

Leland Limited Incorporated

A gas separating facility shown as a white building against a blue sky with clouds
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