|Technology Used||PSA(Pressure Swing Adsorption)|
|Purity Of Oxygen||93+-3%|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Capacity||10 Nm3/hr to 1500 N m3/hr|
|Dew Point||- 50 Degree|
Atmospheric air comprises of 78% nitrogen and the PSA process utilizes CMS to extract this Nitrogen from air.
PSA process consists of 2 vessels filled with Carbon Molecular Sieves (CMS) and Activated Alumina. Clean compressed air is passed through one vessel and nitrogen comes out as product gas. The exhaust gas (Oxygen) is discharged back into atmosphere. Upon saturation of the molecular sieve bed, the process switches Nitrogen generation to the other bed by automatic valves, while allowing the saturated bed to undergo regeneration by depressurization and purging to atmospheric pressure. Thus 2-vessels keep cycling alternately in Nitrogen production and regeneration ensuring Nitrogen gas is continuously available to your process.Our PSA nitrogen gas palant are fully automatic work 24x7 non stop.