Medical oxygen generator
1-8 m3/hOutlet pressure
90, 93, 95 %Operating time
9-81 m3/hOutlet pressure
90, 93 ,95 %Operating time
Produce gaseous oxygen from compressed air on site and offer a cost-effective, reliable and safe alternative to traditional oxygen gas supplies such as cylinders or cryogenic liquid. Our design is made for round the clock 24/7 operation. Each generator is equipped with automatic start&stop function, enabling the generator to start and stop automatically according to the consumption.
PSA Oxygen Generator consists of two columns filled with a zeolite molecular sieve. Pre-treated compressed air enters the active column and flows up through the zeolite. Oxygen and other unwanted gases are adsorbed while the nitrogen passes through. The active column then becomes fully pressurized. When this pressure is released, the column becomes inactive and completely regenerates during the depressurization. In order to secure a steady flow of oxygen each generator is built from two columns; one is active while the other is inactive. At the end of each columns cycle, they switch roles.
Control system with SIEMENS color touch panel
Molecular sieve moisture protection
Built in purity analyzer for continuous monitoring
Reliable - built for uninterrupted operation
Designed for dynamic pressure loading
Stainless Steel Robust Design Piping (AISI316)
Data logging (saved on memory card)
Audio / visual alarm
GSM modem (remote start / stop, SMS status, alarm warning SMS)
Flow meter with totalizer
Oxygen Dew Point Sensor
Modbus TCP / IP connection
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For a quick and easy calculation, add together the power consumption of each component, for a total power requirement for the system. This figure is then the hourly electrical consumption of your system (given in kW). Multiple this figure with your local electricity cost for kW/h, this is the hourly electricity cost for the system to operate. Take this figure and divide it by the flow rate of the generator, to give a production cost per m3.
Total power consumption = 31kW
Local electricity cost = €0.111 per kWh
Generator flow rate = 25m3/h
31(kW) * 0.111(€) = €3.441 per hour
3.441 (€) / 25 (m3/h) = €0.137 per m3
Cost per m3 = €0.14
Take this figure and divide it by the flow rate of the generator (found in line 1 of your quotation), to give a production cost per m3.
The start-up also includes a basic training of the operators on site.
Our service team will give you support and all necessary information.