Pure pleasure.



Pure pleasure.
Pure pleasure.
Protadur® food gases
from Westfalen.
Our gases for your food.
The brands' brand
Westfalen and gases
Protadur® is Westfalen's brand name for all pure gases
and gas mixtures used in the production and packaging
of food products. That's a broad scope – ranging from
spray cream and pressurised beer barrels through to
frozen pizza. Everywhere, our gases ensure longer life,
more appetising appearance or smoother manufacturing
processes. These after all determine the pleasure a product
delivers, how convenient it is, and ultimately your success
as a manufacturer in the food industry.
Today Westfalen is a modern mid-sized industrial and
service company, our gases the product of more than
90 years' experience as a family business. Our promise:
our energy takes you further. That's a promise supported
by our over 1,400 employees in our three businesses –
gases, energy supply and service stations – throughout
Germany and reaching into Europe.
Our gases all have one thing in common. You can rely on
them absolutely to comply with the strictest safety
standards. All Protadur® gases meet the necessary approvals,
specifications and EU regulations as well as the specific
standards of the industry (see page 18). And that's the case
all the way through the supply chain: from manufacture generally in our own facilities - to your production.
Something sure to please both you and your customers.
More than a name
Protadur® isn't just a product, or a brand, or a family of
gases. Rather, it is an end-to-end system, a complex
sequence of flawlessly interfaced elements. From packaging
to freezing, from gas cylinder and road tanker through to
control units and regulators, everything comes from us
and is subject to the most stringent control. Which as
Protadur® gases are food additives, is just as it should be.
We never compromise at Westfalen.
Responsibility isn't just a marketing concept at Westfalen it's a state of mind. We're satisfied only when our products
make your life and work easier. We see ourselves as a true
partner to industry. But for all that, every production
process ends with a satisfied customer. And nowhere is
the customer's opinion more important than in food
products they enjoy every day.
We are Westfalen - and we're Westphalia folk
And that shapes our behaviour and actions. Stubborn, yes.
But only when it comes to the quality and reliability of our
products and the satisfaction and trust of our customers.
Down to earth? Naturally - because without strong roots,
our company cannot grow. Picky? Absolutely, because we
can't allow the slightest imperfection into your business.
And our tenacity ensures we'll work with you to find the
best solution. And we won't stop, until we've found you
the perfect mixture or ideal storage option.
The Protadur® brand name derives from the Latin
words protegere (to protect) and durabilis
(sustainable). Appropriate. Because that's exactly
what characterises food gases from Westfalen.
Protadur®, Westfalen
Supply, Added value
Products, Applications
Packaging, Protection
Refrigeration, Freezing
Service, Benefits
Westfalen - Westphalia folk - are obstinate.
But only in terms of taste – there's no
argument when it comes to quality.
Our supply chain
for your safety.
As part of our HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control
Points) system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 22000, all
processes are monitored in a dense network of control
points, which also include microbiological tests. Production
and filling are performed in our dedicated filling
facilities. The traceability of Protadur® food gases is
permanently ensured - seamlessly. With a separate
container fleet for food gases identified with the
"glass and fork" symbol, Westfalen is fully compliant
with EU Regulation 1935/2004/EC.
The tankers used for transporting cryogenic liquefied
Protadur® gases require individual approval, which must
be regularly renewed. Before loading, both vehicle and
driver are checked to ensure they have the correct
permits - without which, loading cannot proceed.
We have a dedicated cylinder fleet for Protadur® food
gases. Before being filled for the first time, every cylinder
is neutralised, preventing contamination by moisture or
by undesirable components in the atmosphere. Residual
pressure and non-return valves prevent contamination by
external influences.
Safe delivery - only by appropriately authorised tankers.
Static tank installations.
After filling our tank installations for the first time with
Protadur® gases, we take a sample. Only once the analysis
results have been accepted is the installation given final
approval and the Protadur® product designation granted.
If requested, we will regularly analyse the installation.
We can also inspect your existing tanks to check suitability
for Protadur®.
Dedicated filling facility, dedicated cylinder fleet, one-of-a-kind safety:
Approval and identification of a tank installation for Protadur®.
Your added value.
Tank installations at Westfalen plants
Our manufacturing facilities
Our tank installations are inspected at regular intervals by
an independent body to ensure they meet Protadur®
standards. Gases coming from the manufacturing process
are also subject to annual microbiological testing. Along
with our in-house analyses, this system ensures the
absolute "cleanliness" of our storage facilities.
Westfalen's manufacturing facilities are registered with
the competent authorities in accordance with EU food
hygiene legislation (Regulation 852/2004/EC).
Suppliers to Westfalen Group
Our suppliers are required to comply with our specifications.
All components meet the criteria defined for Protadur®.
We accept only suppliers having guaranteed product
traceability and established monitoring procedures.
Suppliers' road tankers also have to undergo annual
inspection by an independent body as per Commission
Directive 231/2012/EU.
The origin and history of every Protadur® delivery is
systematically recorded, ensuring at all times traceability
in accordance with Regulation 178/2002/EC.
Laboriously produced, fastidiously stored, food-safe for you.
Pure diversity. Our Protadur® gases and gas mixtures cover all food
industry applications; on the following pages you'll find the ideal
solution for your production.
and cooling
Carbonating Pressurising
In choosing Protadur® gases, you are absolutely assured
of compliance with all applicable legislation; something
we are happy to confirm to you by supplying an individual
certificate for each delivery.
¾ The Declaration of Compliance (in accordance with
DIN EN 10204) certifies compliance with the product
¾ The Test Report (in accordance with DIN EN 10204, 2.2)
certifies compliance with the order by stating the results
of non-specific tests (batch analysis).
¾ The Inspection Certificate 3.1 – Specific Inspection
(in accordance with DIN EN 10204, 3.1) – certifies
compliance with the order by stating the results of
specific tests.
Our best for your production.
Protadur® E 290
In the food products industry Protadur® E 290 – or
carbon dioxide – is a real all-rounder. It cools,
protects, carbonates and also makes some
manufacturing processes possible. Its specific properties
are what make it so versatile: it's colourless and odourless,
taste-neutral, oxidation-inhibiting and nutritionally safe.
It also has bacterio- and fungistatic properties, meaning it
inhibits the growth of fungi and bacteria. Carbon dioxide
can be obtained by industrial or biogenic processes or from
natural sources.
Versatile in application
Protadur® E 290 is primarily used – either on its own or as
part of a mixture – for protective atmosphere packaging.
In liquid form or as dry ice snow, it is used for chilling or
cryogenically freezing a wide range of food products. There
are also two particular applications for Protadur® E 290 in
the beverage industry. Mixing carbon dioxide with water
produces carbonic acid (H2CO3) – known as carbonation,
this process creates the desired "fizz" in many soft drinks.
By contrast, in the brewing industry carbon dioxide is
added to the bottle or barrel rather than the beer. That's
because according to the German Purity Law, the carbonic
acid in beer can only be that produced through the
natural fermentation process. Using gas at gentle pressure
to pressurise bottles and casks facilitates filling without
excessive foaming.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 8 l – 6.0 kg
Single cylinder 13,4 l – 10.0 kg
Single cylinder 50 l – 37.5 kg
Bundle 12 x 50 l – 450 kg
Liquefied in tanker – for static tank installations
and cooling
Protadur® E 941
Only nitrogen is almost as versatile as carbon
dioxide: as Protadur® E 941 it's used in a wide
variety of applications in the modern food and
beverage industry. The main component of ambient air,
nitrogen too is taste-neutral, colourless and odourless,
reaction-inhibiting, non-flammable and nutritionally
safe. At Westfalen nitrogen is produced by cryogenic
air separation.
Simplified stabilisation
Protadur® E 941 is also used in the beverage industry to
stabilise PET bottles when bottling non-carbonated drinks.
This facilitates bottling and makes the bottle itself easier
to grip. As a bonus, at the same time the nitrogen pushes
atmospheric oxygen out of the top of the bottle.
Protecting, chilling, surface hardening
Protadur® E 941 has three main food industry applications.
One is protective atmosphere packaging – either on its own
or mixed with carbon dioxide – for all sorts of different
products. Its rapid cooling effect makes nitrogen ideal for
cryogenic chilling and freezing, especially in meat and
sausage processing. Hardening the surface of the product
improves mechanical slicing, while a controlled supply of
cryogenic liquefied Protadur® E 941 helps to maintain a
uniform temperature during cutting processes.
Delivering a smooth finish in the beverages industry as well – both in
processing and in logistics: Protadur® E 941.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50l - 9.6 m3
Single cylinder 50 l (300 bar) - 13.2 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 115.2 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l (300 bar) - 158.4 m3
Mobile container 175 l – container-specific
Mobile container 600 l – container-specific
Liquefied in tanker – for static tank installations
and cooling
Protadur® E 938
Protadur® E 942
Argon makes up about 0.9 percent of ambient
air, and is manufactured by Westfalen in three
air separation plants as Protadur® E 938. As a
noble gas it provides protection against microbial and
oxidative product changes and is used primarily to drive
ambient air out of product packaging. Like helium, it is
used for particularly delicate products.
The medical use of "laughing gas" is widely
known, but as Protadur® E 942 dinitrogen
monoxide is also used in the food industry.
This compound of nitrogen and oxygen is colourless and
water-soluble, and has a pleasant, slightly sweet taste.
Protadur® E 942 is therefore often used as a propellant,
for example aerating spray cream, or to produce the
desired creamy consistency.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50l - 10.7 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 128.4 m3
Mobile container 175 l – container-specific
Mobile container 600 l – container-specific
Liquefied in tanker – for static tank installations
Protadur® E 939
Helium is obtained from natural gases. As a
noble gas Protadur® E 939 is used to package
products which are particularly susceptible to
changes in consistency, flavour and shelf life, making
Protadur® E 939 the ideal choice for ensuring the quality
of dairy products and very delicate flavours.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50l - 9.1 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 109.2 m3
In compressed gaseous form by trailer – for static tank installations
Appearance and consistency are often key – and are always a treat with
Protadur® E 942.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50 l - 37.5 kg
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 450 kg
Protadur® E 948
Pure oxygen is a component of ambient air and
is obtained in air separation plants. As Protadur®
E 948, oxygen is colourless, odourless, heavier
than air and supports desirable oxidation reactions. In the
packaging of fresh meat, especially beef, the gas inhibits
the growth of anaerobic microorganisms.
Oxygen is also used as a propellant for foaming instant
desserts or spray cream.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50l – 10.6 m3
Single cylinder 50 l (300 bar) - 15.2 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 127.2 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l (300 bar) - 182.4 m3
Mobile container 175 l – container-specific
Mobile container 600 l – container-specific
Liquefied in tanker – for static tank installations
Protadur® E 949
Hydrogen may be the oldest element, but in
food industry terms is still relatively young. We
produce Protadur® E 949 through a process
known as steam reforming. Its primary use is in the
hardening of fats by hydrogenation. In margarine production the double bonds in the fatty acid chains of the fat
molecules are saturated with hydrogen, resulting in a
higher melting point and turning liquid oils into solid fat.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50l - 8.9 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l – 106.8 m3
In compressed gaseous form by trailer – for static tank installations
Protadur® mixtures (C-Gases)
Protective atmosphere packaging often involves the use
of precisely defined mixtures of different gases. Protadur®
nitrogen-carbon dioxide and oxygen-carbon dioxide
mixtures cover a broad range of applications. Special
recipes are however needed in certain cases. We can either
manufacture these individually to customer specifications
or produce the required mixing ratio on-site in a gas
mixing plant. Protadur® mixtures always comprise pure
Protadur® substances. In other words: you can be certain
they comply with all applicable regulatory requirements,
including traceability.
Protadur® C 20
The Protadur® C 20 gas mixture
comprises 20% Protadur® E 290 and
80% Protadur® E 941. This nitrogencarbon dioxide mixture is used primarily for packaging
meat and sausage products, pasteurised or frozen ready
meals and certain dairy products. Protadur® C 20 is also
used for preserving wine and sparkling wine.
CO2 N2
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 10 l - 2.2 m3
Single cylinder 20 l - 4.4 m3
Single cylinder 50 l - 10.9 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 131.3 m3
Protadur® C 30
Protadur® C 30 comprises 30%
Protadur® E 290 and 70% Protadur®
E 941. This nitrogen-carbon dioxide
mixture is suitable for packaging sliced sausages and
frozen ready meals and pizzas. Being heavier than air,
Protadur® C 20 is also particularly used for storing wine
in the catering industry.
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50 l - 12.9 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 155.6 m3
CO2 N2
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 10 l - 2.4 m3
Single cylinder 20 l - 4.7 m3
Single cylinder 50 l - 11.8 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 141.5 m3
Protadur® O 100
Protadur® O 100 meets the same requirements
as Protadur® E 948, with the added advantage
of also meeting those of DIN EN 12876 –
Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human
consumption – Oxygen.
Delivery Formats
Liquefied in tanker – for static tank installations
Protadur® C 50
Protadur® C 50 is a 50/50 mixture of
Protadur® E 290 and Protadur® E 941.
In this recipe this nitrogen-carbon
dioxide mixture is particularly suitable for pasta, bakery
goods, cream and potato products.
CO2 N2
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 20 l - 3.3 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 99.0 m3
Protadur® O 70 C 30
As its name suggests, Protadur® O 70
C 30 is a mixture of oxygen and
carbon dioxide. In this combination
it is used almost exclusively for packaging fresh meat.
O2 CO2
Protadur® Ethen 4
Protadur® Ethene 4 is a mixture of
4 percent ethene and 96 percent
Protadur® E 941 and is used for the
precision control of ripening processes in fruit and
vegetables. Treating produce with this mixture of natural
gases triggers metabolic processes which allow fruit
harvested before it is ripe to ripen evenly in a controlled
manner. Bananas for example are harvested green,
transported at a constant temperature and then ripened
in a precisely controlled atmosphere once they reach
their destination.
C2H4 N2
Delivery Formats
Single cylinder 50 l - 9.7 m3
Bundle 12 x 50 l - 116.8 m3
The freshness promise.
The food industry today caters for every possible
taste. The more specific the product, the greater
the demands on packaging. Our food gases will
help you meet these demands – both in taste and
in regulatory compliance.
Our solution
for your packaging requirements.
Food products are coming under ever greater
scrutiny – both in terms of regulatory standards and increased consumer awareness.
While purity and safety are paramount, taste and appearance
are important too. Protective gas packaging has proven
itself from both perspectives. It keeps food fresher for
longer, and the reliable exclusion of atmospheric oxygen
inhibits changes in colour and taste and the growth of
aerobic bacteria and moulds. You’ve already discovered
our Protadur® product solutions on the previous pages.
Now we'd like to tell you about the key applications.
Sealed protective gas packaging
An important criterion for the effectiveness of protective
gas atmospheres is the selection of appropriate packaging
films. The film must prevent the escape of protective gas
from the packaging, and the entry of atmospheric oxygen,
for the requisite period of time. The use of composite films
for protective gas packaging is now well-established
because of their good cost-benefit ratio.
Gas flushing
Gas flushing eliminates ambient air from packaging by
injecting a protective gas. This system has proved particularly effective in combination with the widely-used
form-fill-seal machines. The product is filled into the
tubular bag, which is flushed with Protadur®, and the bag
then sealed immediately. Existing packaging systems can
be quickly and easily retrofitted with a protective gas
flushing system.
Wherever freshness is demanded, it’s securely packaged under Protadur®
protective gas.
In evacuation with gas refilling, air is first removed from
the open pack. The pack is then refilled with Protadur®
protective gas and immediately sealed. This method has
proved particularly effective in chamber vacuum machines
for edge-sealed bags.
Tried and tested for meat and sausage products: evacuation and refilling
with Protadur® protective gas.
Your freshness,
our mission.
Still drinks such as water, juice or iced tea
contain little or no carbon dioxide. When
PET bottles are filled with these they become
unstable, which makes them difficult to label and less
easy to palletise and transport. In short, manufacturing
and logistics become harder, on top of which consumers
are less willing to accept impractical or unaccustomedly
"soft" bottles.
The process of adding carbon dioxide to a drink
is known as carbonation. In this process mixing
carbon dioxide with water produces carbonic
acid, the solubility of which is dependent on pressure,
temperature and other dissolved substances.
To overcome this PET bottles are stabilised with nitrogen.
Immediately before sealing, liquid nitrogen is added. As
this gasifies it expands 700 times, so increasing internal
pressure and stability. As nitrogen is completely tasteless and odourless, the particular characteristics of the
drink are unaffected by the process. In addition, since
the added nitrogen reduces the amount of oxygen in
the neck of the bottle, the product's shelf life is also
Protadur® E 290 is used for carbonation when for example
the natural content of carbonic acid is inadequate, or by
adding CO2 to create a refreshing drink. It is also added
to drinking water in drinks dispensers. Protadur® E 290
naturell can of course also be used to produce as natural
a drink as possible.
Sparkling refreshment – mineral water is carbonated with Protadur® E 290,
the CO2 combining with water to form carbonic acid.
Making non-carbonated drinks easier to carry and transport – stabilising
PET bottles with Protadur® E 941.
Freshness, colour and vitamin content. These are
the product qualities consumers are looking for.
With modern refrigeration and freezing technology
and reliable Protadur® gases, you can be sure of
achieving the best possible results.
Our refrigeration expertise
for your quality assurance.
Modern eating habits would be unthinkable
without refrigeration and freezing. Freshness is
everywhere and is universally expected, whether
in the restaurant or the supermarket. Fruit and vegetables
go straight from field to blast freezer, ensuring they retain
both flavour and vitamin content. For delicate products in
particular, conventional preserving techniques such as
warming or heating are unsuitable. Speed and moisture
content or moisture loss are the key parameters. The goal
is quality-assured sterility with no "drip losses". We'll help
you achieve perfect results every time.
Our solutions for your production
Surface hardening for your processes
Using Protadur® E 941 is a simple way of hardening the
surface of fresh meat, ham, pies and cooked meat. This
makes possible, or much easier, the mechanical slicing of
products and increases the cutting capacity since the
products have the perfect consistency when they reach
the cutting machine.
Benefits of surface hardening with Protadur® nitrogen:
¾ Workflow-optimised surface hardening in a freezing cell
¾ Constant surface temperatures before slicing
¾ Optimal cross-section and precision-cut edges
¾ Reduced wastage
The Protadur® range contains two product solutions with
uses in refrigeration and freezing or in processing fresh
produce. On the following pages you'll learn the key points
¾ the efficient use of our food gases for chilling processes
¾ using liquefied carbon dioxide / Protadur® E 290
¾ liquefied nitrogen / Protadur® E 941 in your production
¾ our expert knowledge of process and systems engineering
Making the cut in industrial slicing: surface hardening of sausage
products with Protadur® E 941.
For more information see
Our know-how for your processes.
Cryogenic freezing
Cryogenic cooling
Cryogenic freezing units use cryogenic liquefied gases –
such as Protadur® E 290 or Protadur® E 941 – as thermal
media. Unlike conventional freezers, which use air for
indirect cooling, cryogenic refrigerants act in direct
contact with the items to be frozen.
Variations in ambient temperature while chilling during
the manufacturing process can cause problems. Cryogenic
cooling using Protadur® E 941 prevents the negative
consequences of these temperature variations. Liquid
nitrogen can be added flexibly and in precise quantities,
allowing high processing speeds to be maintained or even
Suitable for all freezers
Protadur® E 290 and Protadur® E 941 are suitable for all
common cryogenic chilling and freezing applications on
established equipment, irrespective of production capacity
or chosen technology:
¾ Large-scale belt or tunnel freezers
¾ Space-saving spiral freezers and chillers
¾ Plate freezers for free-flowing products
¾ Freezing cells for batch chilling or freezing
¾ Blast freezers or rotary freezers for smaller products
Product quality is improved because the technique
minimises thermal loading and prevents moisture losses.
In addition, the rapid chilling achieved with Protadur®
E 941 means that the product passes through the critical
temperature range between 45 and 15 degrees Celsius so
quickly that the growth of microorganisms is virtually
Other product-specific benefits
¾ Better protein breakdown for optimal water binding
¾ Better colour retention through elimination of
atmospheric oxygen
¾ Long-lasting flavour stability
The benefits speak for themselves:
¾ Higher processing speeds
¾ Reduced thermal loading
¾ Lower moisture losses
Blast freezing - the latest process technology allows consistency, flavour
and aroma to be preserved.
Our services for your safety.
Mobile test freezer
Mobile gas analysis
Would you like to see for yourself the benefits of cryogenic
freezing before converting your production facilities or
investing in new equipment? Then we're pleased to offer
you a special service. Use our mobile SF 80 test freezer for
nitrogen or carbon dioxide. Try out different gases,
techniques and temperatures directly on your products.
After a training session with our engineers, we will leave
the compact unit with you for a week or so, or assist you
with your freezing trials – at our own premises if you wish.
In conjunction with our partner Witt, we offer you a
special service: location-independent sample analysis of
your food packaging using the tried-and-tested "Oxybaby" device. We can come to you, or you can send us your
products for sampling. This mobile gas analyser with
Bluetooth interface, USB port and barcode reader gives
you your O2 and CO2 values quickly and conveniently.
Your benefits:
¾ Provision of a mobile unit
¾ Compact, space-saving system
¾ Software recording and analysis of freezing speed
¾ Recording of refrigeration chamber and product
core temperatures
All part of the service and a catalyst for innovation – Westfalen’s mobile
test freezer.
Your benefits:
¾ Independent and accurate comparative measurement
¾ Minimal measurement gas usage makes it suitable for
even the smallest packs
Always in use and virtually always to hand – “Oxybaby” for mobile
gas analysis.
What you can expect from us.
Other product-specific benefits
Our strongest commitment
¾ The greatest security of supply because Westfalen
isn’t just a dealer – as far as possible we produce all
Protadur® gases ourselves
¾ High flexibility with an excellent variety of delivery
formats and container sizes – from 6 kg cylinders to
onsite systems.
¾ Close proximity to your business and knowledge of the
latest production and systems technology
¾ Advice and dialogue from skilled personnel with good
food industry experience
¾ Reliability built on our 90 years' experience in the gas
industry and the corresponding know-how - from
production to logistics
The regulatory frameworks relating to food gases are
complex. Users and consumers have high expectations.
Protadur® won't let you down:
Westfalen complies with Regulation 178/2002/EC and the
requirements of the European Industrial Gases Association
(EIGA) and the German Industriegaseverband (IGV):
¾ "Guidelines for Best Manufacturing, Filling and
Distribution Practice of Food Gases"
¾ IGC DOC 125/11 "Guide to the Supply of Gases for Use
in Foods"
The Protadur® range meets (and exceeds) the requirements of Regulation 231/2012/EU and voluntary industry
¾ Industrial Gases Council Document (IGC DOC) 70/99 D
published by the EIGA
¾ DIN EN 12876:2009 - Chemicals used for treatment of
water intended for human consumption – Oxygen
Individual gas supply from one source.
The approval of food gases is subject to the following
¾ The German Food and Feed Code (LFGB)
¾ European Parliament and Council Directive 95/2/EC on
food additives other than colours and sweeteners, as
amended by Directive 2001/5/EC (12 February 2001)
¾ The German Additives Admission Ordinance (ZZulV):
Ordinance on admission of additives in foodstuff for
technological purposes. (29 January 1998)
Modern air separation plant in Hörstel.
What you only get from us.
Real service
Partnership and service are on everyone's lips these days.
But at Westfalen we do what we say. Through our vast
product range, from high-purity gases through to bespoke
gas mixtures for individual customers. Or our flexibility in
terms of production plants and delivery formats – from
cylinder logistics to future-proof engineering concepts.
And our people, all ready to help with their specialist
knowledge – from receptionists through to engineers.
Would you like to try us out? As you wish!
Safety-trained – our service team are available for you always,
Put our service promise and expertise to the test. We'll work
with you to produce every food gas to your specifications.
We'll be glad to talk to you in detail about the many and
varied uses of Protadur®, the various delivery options and
applications and the legal requirements for food gases.
Tell us what you need.
Find your personal contact via the internet at
For more information see
Westfalen AG
Industrieweg 43
48155 Münster
Tel. +49 251 695-0
Fax +49 251 695-194
[email protected]
Westfalen Austria GmbH
Aumühlweg 21/Top 323
2544 Leobersdorf
Tel. +43 2256 63630
Fax +43 2256 63630-330
[email protected]
Westfalen BVBA-SPRL
Watermolenstraat 11
9320 Aalst/Alost
Tel. +32 53 641070
Fax +32 53 673907
[email protected]
Westfalen Gas s.r.o.
Masarykova 162
344 01 Domažlice
Czech Republic
Tel. +420 379 420042
Fax. +420 379 420032
[email protected]
Westfalen France S.A.R.L.
Parc d´Activités Belle Fontaine
57780 Rosselange
Tel. +33 387 501040
Fax +33 387 501041
[email protected]
Westfalen Gas Schweiz GmbH
Sisslerstr. 11/P.O. Box
5074 Eiken AG
Tel. +41 61 8552525
Fax +41 61 8552526
[email protected]
Westfalen Gassen Nederland BV
Rigastraat 20/P.O. Box 779
7400 AT Deventer
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 570 636745
Fax +31 570 630088
[email protected]
Westfalen Medical BV
Rigastraat 14
7418 EW Deventer
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 570 858450
Fax +31 570 858451
[email protected]
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