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As mentioned previously, the first application of cryogenics was for the production of oxygen to meet the needs of the welding industry. That application continues through to today. The size of a typical oxygen production plant grew from about 2 t/day in 1910 to 35 t/day in 1925 to about 100 t/day in 1950. 16 compares a 2 t/day plant from 1910 with a 100 t/day plant of the early 1950s. The largest plants in 1950 produced about 200 t/day of oxygen. 541 × 106 t (407 × 106 m3 of gas). 830 × 106 t.