Hospital Oxygen Plant in United Arab Emirates, Dubai
We are acclaimed leaders in manufacturing, fabricating and supplying hospital oxygen plants, which are used for producing oxygen for application in industrial applications. We are known all over the globe for building plant machinery in compliance with international standards. Raw materials and components used in the machinery are of high quality and are sourced only from the well-known vendors. Technology used in the manufacturing of our machinery is imported from the leading industrial gas plant manufacturing companies. Our oxygen plant machinery is reputed for smooth performance, reliability and durability. Our company has made a name for itself for offering oxygen gas manufacturing plant that are unmatched in innovation, performance and pricing. Our machines come in different sizes and capacities ranging from 20liter/hour to 50liter/hour. This types of gas used in medical gas systems in hospitals.
We offer hospital oxygen plant, medical oxygen cylinder filling system, which guarantees generation of oxygen with purity up to 95%, which is sufficient for medical use. In the engineering sector, we are well-established as the leading manufacturers of medical oxygen plants. We have ISO 9001:2008 and CE for our compliance with strict quality control measures. Oxygen generated in our machinery meets the specifications of Indian and US Pharmacopia for medical grade oxygen. Hospitals can stay assured of producing on-site oxygen for their requirments and would not have to depend on buying oxygen cylinders from the market.
Hospital oxygen plant uses atmospheric air, which is then fed into the molecular sieve purification system to clean the moisture and CO2 from the process air. Then, it is liquefied through cryogenic cooling using advanced fin and plate, heat exchangers and expanders. Cryogenic liquid is, then, separated into oxygen and inert gases in the air separation column. Liquid oxygen is stored in cryogenic storage tank.
Competitive advantages of using hospital oxygen plant
- Hassle-free to operate
- Latest cutting-edge technology
- Flow rate analyzer to measure flow rate of Oxygen in Real Time
- Advanced cryogenic expander
- Digital online system for monitoring the purity
- Low maintenance cost
- Skid mounted
- Purity 95%
- Low pressure b/w 2-5 bar
- Flow rate b/w 6-50m3/hour
- Low power consumption & maintenance cost
Applications of liquid oxygen plant:
- Medical industry
- Food packaging
- Metal production
Scope and Supply:
1. Air Compressor
Air is compressed at a low pressure of 5-7 bar (0.5-0.7mpa). It is done by using the latest compressors (Screw/Centrifugal Type)
2. Pre Cooling System
The second stage of the process involves use of a refrigerant for pre-cooling the processed air to temperature around 12 deg C before it enters the purifier.
3. Purification of Air by Purifier
The air enters a purifier, which is made up of twin molecular Sieve driers that function alternatively. The Molecular Sieve separates the carbon dioxide & moisture from the process air before the air reaches at air separation Unit.
4. Cryogenic Cooling of Air by Expander
The air must be cooled to sub zero temperatures for liquefaction. The cryogenic refrigeration and cooling is provided by a highly efficient turbo expander, which cools the air to temperature below -165 to-170 deg C.
5. Separation of Liquid Air into Oxygen and Nitrogen by Air Separation Column
Air that goes inside the low pressure plate fin type heat exchanger is cleaned of moisture, oil and carbon dioxide. It is cooled inside the heat exchanger below sub zero temperatures by air expansion process in the expander. It is expected that we achieve a difference delta as low as 2 degree Celsius at the warm end of exchangers. Air gets liquefied when it reaches at the air separation column and is separated into oxygen and nitrogen by the process of rectification.
6. Liquid oxygen is stored in a liquid storage tank
Liquid oxygen from the cryogenic storage tank is compressed to high pressure in a cryogenic liquid pump. Gaseous oxygen is obtained after vaporizing liquid oxygen in an ambient air evaporator. The high pressure gas is, then, directed into cylinders or customer’s pipelines.
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