What is oxygen plant?
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The Medical oxygen Plant
allows users to generate their own oxygen for their medical-grade requirements like EMS (Emergency Medical Services), Ambulance, Fire Departments, Small Hospitals, Clinics, Nursing Homes, Veterinary & Animal Hospitals, Dental labs and SCUBA applications. The plant has inbuilt oxygen cylinder filling plant that uses Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology.
Plant is mounted over platform and acquires less space, only a simple mounting of plant, and plugging it in to a standard electrical outlet, you can generate your own medical-grade oxygen to fill your own cylinders on-site. Within minutes, you can have emergency oxygen available for any increase in unexpected demand. Never run out of oxygen ever again!
Quality and Safety Designed
The plants may be small, but don’t let the little size fool you! The Plants contains a rich history of using the highest level of manufacturing engineering expertise in its design. Theplants are self-contained and operates very quietly. These quality components all work together to regulate the flow of oxygen cleanly and safely throughout operation. Oxygen plant
s are designed to run automatically and requires little or no maintenance once it is up and running. With a digital color touch screen display, the unit shows all the information required to monitor the manufacturing process of oxygen. system performs a continuous series of self-diagnostic tests as it runs. Should an issue arise such as drop in oxygen purity; the plant will automatically shut down and display a visual alarm on screen. There is an optional audible alarm available as well.
Fast Payback and ROI
This is one purchase you make that can truly pay for itself! The plants are economically priced so that you can realize a fast payback usually within a year or two. You can fill an H size (6M3 size) cylinder for 6 KWH cost.
These plants are designed to be shipped in standard 20 or 40-foot ocean containers for worldwide transit. On-site commissioning & training is available from our Technician. Electrical power and an enclosure for the plant are all that is required at the customer’s site to get started.
Easily Operated and Maintained
Hi-Tech’s Oxygen Generators Can be operated and maintained without extensive technical knowledge or training. our easy to follow manuals, videos and on-site training will enable your staff to properly calibrate and maintain the whole system. Routine maintenance is limited to normal air compressor upkeep and periodic cleaning and replacement of filter elements only.
An air separation plant
separates atmospheric air into its primary components, typically nitrogen and oxygen, and sometimes also argon and other rare inert gases.
The most common method for air separation is fractional distillation. Cryogenic liquid air separation plant
units (ASUs) are built to provide nitrogen or oxygen and often co-produce argon. Other methods such as membrane, pressure swing adsorption (PSA) and vacuum pressure swing adsorption (VPSA) are commercially used to separate a single component from ordinary air. High purity oxygen, nitrogen, and argon, used for semiconductor device fabrication, require cryogenic distillation. Similarly, the only viable source of the rare gases neon, krypton, and xenon is the distillation of air using at least two distillation columns.
Acetylene gas plants
are units where acetylene gas production is carried out. At the plant, acetylene is produced either through a chemical reaction or cracking process. Acetylene has a number of applications across industries, especially in sectors such as chemical, oil & gas, and polymer.
About Acetylene Plants
Over the years, acetylene gas plant designs have changed and evolved with the incorporation of technology and automation. With the need to mitigate risk and prevent hazards, they are deigned to meet the required safety standards and certifications such as NPFA. Acetylene cylinders use acetone in the porous mass to store 25 times more acetylene gas in them (known as acetoning acetylene gas). If the acetylene is removed from the cylinder too fast acetone will be removed with the gas. Therefore, the acetone will have to be checked after each use, when returned to the filler. In general, you can run up to three batches of acetylene production in a plant on a daily basis, with one batch of about eight hours.