Manufacturer factory PSA oxygen generator generation making producing plant oxygen filling refilling bottle cylinder
Produce oxygen by yourself onsite! Start your own gas business! The investment could be recovered within 0.5~2 years depending on your local market scale and your market share. Because the oxygen has large application range.
(1)Plug and play
(2)Small footprint, fully automatic, 7*24 unattended, easy installation & operation & maintenance
(3)Time-proven PSA technology, 20 years field experience
(4)Consultation, develop, research, design, Manufacture, sales, export, service, engineering, installation, commissioning
ONE-STOP OXYGEN PRODUCTION SOLUTION
CANGAS PSA oxygen generators is a perfect oxygen production solution. Easy installation, convenience operation, low maintenance and in time service make the plant very welcome in the world.
Produce your own Liquid oxygen and eliminate deliveries.
Efficiency - Perfect design - saving power.
Lowest Cost - PSA O2 only requires around 1/3rd of the cost of delivered LO2.
Cleanliness - Closed loop system of oxygen PSA.
How the equipment works
The raw air will be removed its particle by inlet filter and then be pressurized to about 40Kpa.
The air temperature from the air blower is about 75℃, after to be cooled by cooling water, it will flows into one of adsorption tower which filled with adsorber.When the raw air flows from the bottom tower to upper tower, the nitrogen will be adsorbed, oxygen will be oncentrated at the top of tower and be delivered out as product gas.
When the adsorber almost reaches to saturation, in the action of controller, the valves will be switched, the raw air flows into another adsorption tower to adsorb. Saturated adsorption tower will be decompressurized to atmosphere pressure and then be vacuumized to about -60Kpa,product gas will be introduced into the tower to pruge the adsorption bed , thereby, the adsorber will be desorbed, and prepare for the next cycle.
The two adsorption towers adsorb and desorb alternately to produce oxygen gas continuously.
Raw air shifting from one adsorption tower to another tower is controlled by pneumatic valves, the action process of valves is realized by PLC controller. Centralized control system enables the whole system to work automatically.
Put aside the good reputation and praise from the customers in the world, batch purchasing, additional purchasing, second purchasing, third purchasing, fourth... for CANGAS PSA oxygen / nitrogen generators happen a lot in CANGAS.
Oxygen Generator Introduction
The Oxygen Generator is based on PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) Technology, which is more and more popular used for on-site oxygen supply or filling oxygen cylinders.
Our Oxygen Generator with cylinder filling system consists of air compressor, air dryer, air filters, PSA oxygen generator, oxygen booster, cylinder filling station and related control system. The patented vessel design enable our PSA Oxygen Generator a lowest energy consumption and best efficiency.
Oxygen Generator specifications
1. Oxygen Production capacity: 1~200Nm3/h (12cylinders/day to 800 cylinders/day)
2. Oxygen purity: 93+/-3%
3. Oxygen output pressure: 1-5bar
4. Pressure for filling oxygen cylinders: 150bar (after oxygen booster)
5. The Oxygen Generator can be used for filling oxygen cylinders or onsite application;
6. Skid-mounted enable an easy installation and transportation.
Oxygen Generator Features
(1) The Oxygen Generator is equipped with a stable Atlas Copco screw air compressor;
(2) The Oxygen Generator use Siemens PLC and SMC or CKD valves;
(3) Fewer moving parts enable the Oxygen Generator more reliable, and less maintenance jobs;
(4) The Oxygen Generator does not need foundation base;
(5) The Oxygen Generator does not need cooling water;
(6) The Oxygen Generator is skid-mounted, very easy to be transported and installed;
(7) The Oxygen Generator is very easy to be operated, unmanned operation can be realized;
(8) The Oxygen Generator is energy efficient (1.2 -1.4 KWH/m3 oxygen), save energy;
(9) The Oxygen Generator can be used for both onsite application and filling oxygen cylinders.
(10) Consumable parts: only filter elements, replaced every 6000-8000hours. Maintenance cost is very low.
The Oxygen Generator can serve industries as below.
Glass burning & blowing, Ozone generation industry, Aquaculture/ fish farm, Gold mining, Paper and pulp, industrial use/metal cutting, healthcare, combustion-supporting, medical use, hospitals, water-treatment and so on...
With 20 years of field experience, CANGAS is proud to have engineering and product developing teams who are skillful, experienced, meticulous. We also cooperate with related national and international scientific research institutions to work on the developing and improving of the air separation technology for the technology development of PSA oxygen generator, PSA nitrogen generator, PSA Oxygen purifier, PSA nitrogen purifier, hydrogen generator, VPSA oxygen generator, VSA oxygen generator, Membrane oxygen generator, Membrane nitrogen generator, Liquid (cryogenic) oxygen, nitrogen and argon generator.
|Hospital||Medical oxygen for breath|
|Burning process (glass craft, ampoule making, thermal power)||Enhances burning efficiency|
|Ozone generation||Raw material to make O3|
|Waste water disposal||Oxidization of waste content|
|Aquaculture||Oxygen enriched water improves life of fishes|
|Fermentation||Better atmosphere for fermentation|
|Diving, mountaineering,||For breathing|
|High-altitude flight, interplanetary flight, civil aviation||For breathing|
|Cutting, welding||Burns to produce heat|
|Engineering Blasting||To make liquid oxygen explosive|
|Oxygen enriching||Bar, meeting room, office, dorm, homes|
|Mining||Reacts with minerals to increase separation rate|
|Chemical engineering||To make vitriol, nitric acid, etc.|
|Paper and pulp||Pulp bleaching|
Uses of PSA Oxygen Generator
Oxygen is a tasteless gas. It has no smell or color. It comprises 22% of the air. The gas is part of the air people use to breathe. This element is found in the human body, the Sun, oceans and the atmosphere. Without oxygen, humans will not be able to survive. It is also part of the stellar life cycle.
Common Uses of PSA Oxygen Generator
This gas is used in various industrial chemical applications. It is used to make acids, sulfuric acid, nitric acid and other compounds. Its most reactive variant is ozone O3. It is applied in assorted chemical reactions. The goal is to boost reaction rate and oxidation of unwanted compounds. Hot oxygen air is required to make steel and iron in blast furnaces. Some mining companies use it to destroy rocks.
Industries use the gas for cutting, welding and melting metals. The gas is capable of generating temperatures of 3000 C and 2800 C. This is required for oxy-hydrogen and oxy-acetylene blow torches. A typical welding process goes like this: metal parts are brought together.
A high temperature flame is used to melt them by heating the junction. The ends are melted and solidify. To slice metal, one end is heated until it turns red. The oxygen level is augmented until the red hot component has oxidized. This softens the metal so it can be hammered apart.
Atmospheric Oxygen - PSA Oxygen Generator
This gas is required to produce energy in industrial processes, generators and ships. It is also used in airplanes and cars. As liquid oxygen, it burns spacecraft fuel. This produces the thrust needed in space. Astronauts’ spacesuits have close to pure oxygen.
In healthcare institutions like hospitals, oxygen supplies are kept in stock. These are provided to patients who have difficulty breathing. This breathing apparatus is also used by astronauts walking in space, scuba divers and mountaineers. Oxygen gas is used to destroy bacteria. The same oxygen gas is used to treat victims of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Of all the uses of oxygen, sustaining life is the most important. Oxygen is needed by all living organisms. Through a process known as aerobic respiration, energy from food is generated. This allows humans and animals to perform their daily activities.
Other PSA Oxygen Generator Applications
This gas is used in water treatment and chemical combustion. Scientific researchers use the oxygen-18 and oxygen-16 isotopes in fossils to determine Earth’s climate millennia ago. This gas is also used in polyester polymers and antifreeze production. These polymers are used to create fabrics and plastics. You will also find oxygen tanks in aircraft and submerge vessels.
Chemical Properties - PSA Oxygen Generator
Oxygen comprises a fifth of air volume, two-thirds of the human body and 87% water. In its natural form it is all over the atmosphere. Commercial preparation involves fractional distillation of air and liquefaction and water electrolysis. Of the group 16 of the periodic table, it is the primary member. Oxygen can be used to make compounds with all elements minus inert gasses.
Oxygen may be dissolved. This gas supports combustion. However, it does not conduct electricity or heat well. Oxygen in the air is known as diatomic gas. Ozone O 3 is an allotrope. It is composed of ultraviolet light or electrical discharge.
Oxygen is paramagnetic whether it is gaseous, liquid or solid. Oxides are generated when oxygen joins with other elements. It is part of hydroxides and various acids. Oxygen can be cooled under boiling point. It will turn light blue. This color is retained even when in a solid state.
This condition takes place when someone breathes excessive pure oxygen. The gas is essential for living, but only up to a point. Humans can only breathe 21 percent oxygen. The other elements are composed of nitrogen and other elements. When too much oxygen is inhaled, humans will experience difficulty breathing. Other symptoms will manifest. These include inflammation of the airways, nausea and tunnel vision.
Toxicity can be due to elevated oxygen levels or other causes. High pressure, short duration exposure can lead to central nervous system damage. Long term exposure may cause ocular or pulmonary problems. Central nervous system oxygen toxicity is usually experienced by divers. Those who spend time at high altitudes are also susceptible. Toxicity can occur when a diver goes in deep enough. This is because the diver takes in more oxygen than usual.
Symptoms include twitching, dizziness and nausea. In extreme cases, seizures or death occur. However, toxicity can take place in normal atmospheric pressure. This can occur when air oxygen is higher than 21%. At 50%, toxicity will occur.
The uses of oxygen are varied. Aside from those mentioned here, it is used in pulp and paper manufacturing, ceramic creation, glass making and petroleum processing. It is also part of pharmaceuticals, metal refining and other elements.
Oxygen is a chemical element with symbol O and atomic number 8. It is a member of the chalcogen group on the periodic table and is a highly reactive nonmetal and oxidizing agent that readily forms oxides with most elements as well as other compounds. By mass, oxygen is the third-most abundant element in the universe, after hydrogen and helium. At standard temperature and pressure, two atoms of the element bind to form dioxygen, a colorless and odorless diatomic gas with the formula O2. This is an important part of the atmosphere and diatomic oxygen gas constitutes 20.8% of the Earth's atmosphere. Additionally, as oxides the element makes up almost half of the Earth's crust.
Dioxygen is used in cellular respiration and many major classes of organic molecules in living organisms contain oxygen, such as proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and fats, as do the major constituent inorganic compounds of animal shells, teeth, and bone. Most of the mass of living organisms is oxygen as a component of water, the major constituent of lifeforms. Conversely, oxygen is continuously replenished by photosynthesis, which uses the energy of sunlight to produce oxygen from water and carbon dioxide. Oxygen is too chemically reactive to remain a free element in air without being continuously replenished by the photosynthetic action of living organisms. Another form (allotrope) of oxygen, ozone (O3), strongly absorbs ultraviolet UVB radiation and the high-altitude ozone layer helps protect the biosphere from ultraviolet radiation. But ozone is a pollutant near the surface where it is a by-product of smog. At low earth orbit altitudes, sufficient atomic oxygen is present to cause corrosion of spacecraft.
Oxygen was discovered independently by Carl Wilhelm Scheele, in Uppsala, in 1773 or earlier, and Joseph Priestley in Wiltshire, in 1774, but Priestley is often given priority because his work was published first. The name oxygen was coined in 1777 by Antoine Lavoisier, whose experiments with oxygen helped to discredit the then-popular phlogiston theory of combustion and corrosion.
Common use of oxygen includes residential heating, internal combustion engines, production of steel, plastics and textiles, brazing, welding and cutting of steels and other metals, rocket propellant, oxygen therapy, and life support systems in aircraft, submarines, spaceflight and diving.