A article on azcentral.com titled “Air Products grows to keep up with Intel” explains how Air Products makes air products and ships them to the Intel site in Arizona. This is probably similar to how it’s done for Intel in Rio Rancho, NM.
The company removes all components of air except nitrogen, oxygen and argon. Then in those white, angular towers, it separates out those three gases with very low temperatures. Oxygen turns to liquid at minus 297.3 degrees Fahrenheit, and nitrogen turns to liquid at minus 320 degrees.
Then the liquid is boiled, producing pure gas.
“We use compression and expansion, like the air-conditioning unit on the outside of a house,” Jordan explained.
Nitrogen gas made in Chandler goes directly into the pipeline, a structure intended to last 100 years.