|Port:||Shenzhen OR Guangzhou|
|Payment Terms:||L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||50 Set/Sets per Month|
|Purity:||93% to 99.5%|
|Dimension(L*W*H):||Act as actual|
|Warranty of core components:||More than 5 years|
|Key Selling Points:||Long Service Life|
|Technology:||Pressure Swing Adsorption Technical|
|Local Service Location:||Egypt,Viet Nam,Philippines,Saudi Arabia,Indonesia,Pakistan,India,Chile|
|Oxygen loulet dew point:||≤-40°C|
|Machinery Test Report:||Provided|
|Place of Origin:||Guangdong China|
|Showroom Location:||Egypt,United States,Philippines,Pakistan,Thailand,Chile,Romania,Kyrgyzstan,Malaysia|
|Weight:||Base on the model|
|Core Components:||PLC,Pressure vessel,Engine,Bearing|
|Marketing Type:||New Product 2020|
|Product name:||PSA O2 Generator|
|Packaging Detail:||Container ,Wooden box, Film Packing|
Atlas Air Compressor Model
220V 50Hz 1 Pharse
Online Purity Checking
ZEOLITE MOLECULAR SIEVE
TWIN ADSORPTION TOWER
PIPE & VALVE
PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE
WHAT IS PRESSURE SWING ADSORPTION (PSA) TECHNOLOGY ?
The PSA process cycle consists of two key mechanisms:
–Depressurisation/desorption Compressed air
Alternately pressurises each of two identical adsorber beds. Beginning at a point in the cycle where one adsorber bed (A) is being pressurised and the other adsorber bed (B) is undergoing depressurisation, the description of the PSA process cycle is as follows:
As compressed air enters adsorber bed A, mois- ture, oxygen, and carbon dioxide are adsorbed.
After operating pressure is reached, nitrogen product flows from adsorber bed A into a nitro- gen product receiver prior to entering the pro- duct piping. Simultaneously, adsorber bed B is depressurised to atmospheric pressure.
Upon completion of nitrogen production from adsorber bed A, an equalisation step occurs. Adsorber bed B (atmospheric pressure) is pres- surised to an intermediate pressure as the gas remaining in adsorber bed A (at operating pres- sure) flows into adsorber bed B. During this step, air is not consumed nor is product gas generated. Therefore a nitrogen receiver is applied to allow for a constant flow, purity and pressure of the nitrogen product throughout the PSA cycle.
Adsorber bed A then undergoes depressurisation and the oxygen enriched waste gas is vented to the atmosphere. Depressurisation permits the release of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor previously adsorbed during nitrogen production from adsorber bed A.
At the same time, adsorber bed B is brought to opera- ting pressure, and begins its nitrogen production portion of the cycle. Following nitrogen production, adsorber bed B undergoes equalisation and subsequent depressurisation. The cycle continues at the point where adsorber bed A undergoes pressurisation and adsorber bed B is depressurised.