Medical Oxygen Generator Plant
We are leading fabricators and manufacturers of top-notch medical oxygen generator plant Dubai, United Arab Emirates, UAE. Our hospital oxygen solidly designed with modern features that make our machinery the preferred choice of customers world-wide. Our oxygen generating systems produce 99.7% oxygen, which is excellent for medical applications. Our medical gas filling plants are fabricated in compliance with ASME code and comply with all major pharmacopeia such as Indian Pharmacopeia, US Pharmacopeia, British HTM standards, European Pharmacopeia etc. Our plant machinery is fabricated using high quality raw materials which are bought only from the well-known suppliers. Technology is imported from the leading medical oxygen plant manufacturers in Europe and the US. Working of our machinery is based on the process cycle of Linde & Claude, which was developed in 1930.
Our product range includes oxygen plants, nitrogen gas plants, medical oxygen generating plants oxygen nitrogen plants and acetylene gas plants. We use superb designing and innovation in the fabricating of the medical oxygen generator plant machinery. Our machinery comes in different sizes and capacities ranging from 20m3/hour to 5,000m3/hour. Our medical oxygen generator plant has become a popular product with customers from all over the globe. We have made a name for ourselves because of our expertise in designing, manufacturing, fabricating and installation of industrial and medical oxygen machinery of different production capacities. We have got a team of experienced engineers that are always innovating the machinery as per the market trends and requirements of the customers. Our engineers are responsible for designing, manufacturing, commissioning and installation. Our quality analysts ensure that all components used in manufacturing are sourced only from the approved vendors. All major quality assurance companies endorse our machines for their high quality. We have been given ISO 9001:2008 and CE certifications.
Salient features of medical oxygen generator plants:
- Trouble-free operation
- Low power consumption
- Low maintenance cost
- Stainless steel column
- Ready to install
- Fully Containerized model available.
- Fully automatic operation via DCS system available
Applications of medical oxygen generator plant:
- Medical industry
- First-aid and emergency
Our medical oxygen generator plant uses atmospheric air, which is then fed into the cleaning system where impurities like moisture, carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon s are removed from the processed air. Then, it is liquefied by cryogenic cooling by using the quality plate and fin , heat exchangers and expanders. The liquefied air gets separated into oxygen, nitrogen and various other inert gases in the air separation column.
Scope and Supply:
1. Air Compressor
Air is compressed at a very pressure of 5-7 bar (kg/cm2) by trouble free compressor (Screw / Centrifugal Type).
2. Pre Cooling System
The second stage of the process uses a low pressure refrigerant for pre-cooling the processed air to temperature around 12 deg C before it enters the purifier.
3. Purification of Air by Purifier
Air enters a purifier made up of twin molecular sieve driers, working alternatively. The molecular sieves remove the carbon dioxide & moisture from the processed air before the air enters Air Separation Unit.
4. Cryogenic Cooling of Air by Expander
Air has to be cooled to sub zero temperatures for liquefaction & the cryogenic refrigeration. The cooling is provided by highly efficient expander, which cools the air to temperature almost below -165 to-170 degree Celsius.
5. Separation of Liquid Air into Oxygen and Nitrogen by Air Separation Column
After air is purified of moisture and carbon dioxide, it enters low pressure fin type HEAT EXCHANGER where the air is cooled below sub zero temperatures by air expansion process in the turbo expander. Air gets liquefied when it enters the air separation column & gets separated into oxygen & nitrogen by the process of rectification.
6. Filling tanks/cylinders
It is the last step where liquid oxygen is filled into tanks and cylinders to be delivered onto the end-users.
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