Efficient Industrial Oxygen Generation

Industrial oxygen plants utilize specialized systems to separate and supply high-purity oxygen from air at scale. Unlike large cryogenic facilities that capture all components, these plants focus solely on oxygen production for cost-efficient on-site supply.

Advanced Production Technologies

Feed air is filtered to extract a consistent oxygen stream by leveraging pressure swing adsorption (PSA) or membrane separation techniques. YouChi Gas plants employ cutting-edge PSA to generate over 99.9% pure oxygen, which is reliably suited even for exacting medical applications.

Oxygen for Diverse Industrial Applications

As the second most used industrial gas after nitrogen, oxygen enables processes across sectors like metals, chemicals, refining, glass, food, and pharmaceuticals. From welding and laser cutting of steel to water treatment and accelerating reactions, custom YouChi Gas generators deliver robust oxygen tailored to each plant's integration.

Economical on-Site Supply Chain

By utilizing the latest separation innovations to produce oxygen directly where needed, these systems create self-sufficient supply chains that bypass the complex logistics of delivering liquid oxygen. This allows industries to leverage the reactive properties of oxygen economically while maintaining control over a critical feedstock.

With tunable output and purity for custom requirements, YouChi Gas oxygen generators drive efficient distributed gas production for industrial self-reliance.

How Does Pressure Swing Adsorption Work?

When producing your nitrogen, knowing and understanding the purity level you want to achieve is essential. Some applications require low purity levels (between 90% and 99%), such as tire inflation and fire prevention. In contrast, others, such as food and beverage applications or plastic molding applications, require high levels (97 to 99.999%). In these cases, PSA technology is the ideal and easiest way to go. Essentially, a nitrogen generator works by separating nitrogen from oxygen molecules within the compressed air. Pressure Swing Adsorption does this by trapping oxygen from the compressed air stream using adsorption. Adsorption occurs when molecules bind themselves to an adsorbent, in this case the oxygen molecules attach to a carbon molecular sieve (CMS). This happens in two separate pressure vessels, each filled with a CMS, that switch between the separation and regeneration processes. For now, let us call them Tower A and Tower B. For starters, clean and dry compressed air enters tower A, and since oxygen molecules are smaller than nitrogen molecules, they will enter the pores of the carbon sieve. Nitrogen molecules, conversely, cannot fit into the pores so that they will bypass the carbon molecular sieve. As a result, you end up with nitrogen of the desired purity. This phase is called the adsorption or separation phase. It does not stop there, however. Most of the nitrogen produced in tower A exits the system (ready for direct use or storage). In contrast, a small portion of the generated nitrogen is flown into tower B in the opposite direction (from top to bottom).

PSA N2 generator

Product Advantages:

  • --Small investment
  • --Working lifetime of over 100,000 hours
  • --Acoustic and visual alarms
  • --Container type available for mobile purpose
  • --Filling station for storage or backup purposes available
  • --Simple/easy installation & operation
  • --High nitrogen purity up to 99.9999%
  • --Not desired N2 output to atmosphere automatically
  • --Remote control and monitor via PC or mobile phone available
  • --Machine working under low pressure and average temperature

People May Ask

Will Liquid Nitrogen Last for How Long?

It can be moved and transported in vacuum flasks, where low boiling of the liquid maintains the temperature constant at 77 K. The holding time of vacuum flak might range from a few hours to a few weeks, depending on the size and design.

How Much Nitrogen Is Used in Industrial Trials?

Depending on market price and delivery location, the cost of supplied liquid nitrogen in the industrial trial market can range from $0.35 per hundred cubic feet to $1.50 per hundred cubic feet. The cost for cylinder can increase by as much as $3 per hundred cubic feet.

How Much Does One Liter of Liquid Nitrogen Cost?

The Arya AgencyU age Minimum Price Maximum PricePurpo e R 30/litre R 80/litre for the Indu trialR 40/litre for food purposes; R 70/litre

How Much Liquid Nitrogen Does Ten Liters Contain?

Price of Liquid Nitrogen (Li t)Liquid Nitrogen in Liters, Weighted in Pounds, and Priced at $2 Per Liter7.92 liters cost $14.00.8-Liter Bottle, $4.48 ($16.0)9,04 $ (18.00) liters10 Liters Costs $20.00

What Does Liquid Nitrogen 3 Ue Stand for?

nitrous oxide liquid U ebr>br>Examples of typical applications include food product freezing and transportation. cryopreservation of biologically abundant material, including sperm, eggs, and animal genetic material. Use a coolant for vacuum pumps, semiconductors, and other materials and equipment.

Who Produces Liquid Nitrogen on A Massive Scale?

ChinaThe demand for liquid nitrogen in construction applications is expected to increase over the next year due to the nation's rapidly expanding construction industry. China is the region's major producer and supplier of LN2. Strong economic growth in China is supporting the country's fast urbanization.

How Does A Generator of Liquid Nitrogen Operate?

A nitrogen gas generator that separates and extracts nitrogen gas from the air (generating method: pre ure wing ad orption (P A)) and a main body that liquefies the nitrogen gas make up a liquid nitrogen generator.

How Is Liquid Nitrogen Produced Industrially?

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What Does A Nitrogen Generator Cost?

The price of a mall flow nitrogen generator typically ranges from $3,000 to $20,000. The cost of a mid-flow nitrogen generator ranges from $20,000 to $100,000. Large flow nitrogen generators cost at least $100,000.

What Did I Use Liquid Nitrogen for in An Industry Test?

In order to protect a procedure from moisture intrusion, oxidation, degradation, and contamination, gaseous nitrogen is frequently used for purging, pre-urethane transitioning, mixing, and blanketing. In reactor cooling applications, cryogenic liquid nitrogen is used to regulate temperature and preserve biological capacity.

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