Medical Oxygen Production Plant for Hospital, Industrial
We are acclaimed for manufacturing, fabricating and supplying medical oxygen production plants and medical oxygen cylinder suppliers in United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi. For fabricating high quality plants, we use top quality raw materials, which is bought only from the approved vendors. Also, components used in the oxygen producing machinery are bought only from the best providers. Technology employed in the fabricating of the machinery is imported from the leading industrial gas plant manufacturers in Europe and the US. Our oxygen production systems are manufactured using the latest cryogenic distillation technique. Functioning of the technology is based on the process cycle of Linde & Claude, which was developed in 1930s and has been updated many times since then. Linde process is used in the fabricating of the plant machinery in all of Europe. We fabricate plant machinery in different sizes and capacities ranging from 20m3/hour to 50,000m3/hour.
Our oxygen/nitrogen/acetylene machinery is manufactured using state of the art know-how. Equipped with an in-house R & D unit, we update the plant machinery as per the changing requirements of the customers. Our medical gas filling plants are unmatched in terms of performance, innovation and prices. Each machine is put through vigorous testing before it is cleared for sale to the clients. Our factory is located in New Delhi (India) where we comply with the strict quality control processes for fabricating and manufacturing of oxygen plants. Our laboratory oxygen plants are sold to clients in over 40 countries including Afghanistan, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Yemen, Sudan, oxygen gas plant Sharjah, Iran, Iraq, medical oxygen in UAE, medical oxygen gas in Dubai, Bolivia, Peru, South Africa, etc. We have been given ISO 9001:2008 and CE certifications.
Our medical oxygen production plants use atmospheric air which entered into the molecular sieve purification system where the process air gets separated from the carbon dioxide and moisture. Then, it is liquefied by cryogenic cooling by using the latest plate and fin, high efficiency heat exchangers and expanders. Afterwards, the liquefied air gets divided into oxygen, nitrogen and various other inert gases in the air separation column.
Salient features of medical oxygen production plant:
- Sturdy design
- Easy to operate
- Low power consumption
- Low maintenance cost
- Hassle-free operation
- Fully Containerized model available
- Fully Automatic operation via DCS system available
- Durable Machinery- over 35 Years
Applications of oxygen gas plants:
- Aerospace Industry
- Medical Industry
- Metal Processing
- Chemical & Petroleum Industry
Scope and Supply:
1. Air compressor
Air is compressed at a low pressure of 5-7 bar using the latest compressor (screw/centrifugal type).
2. Pre Cooling System
In the second stage, a refrigerant is used for pre-cooling the process air to temperature around 12 degrees Celsius before it enters the purifier.
3. Purification of Air by Purifier
Air is made to go inside a purifier made of twin molecular sieve driers, working alternatively. The sieve separates the moisture and carbon dioxide from the process air before it enters the air separation unit.
4. Cryogenic Cooling of Air by Expander
Air is cooled to sub zero temperatures for liquefaction and cryogenic refrigeration. Cooling is provided by highly efficient expander. Air is cooled to temperatures below -165 to -170 degrees Celsius.
5. Separation of Liquid Air into Oxygen and Nitrogen by Air Separation Column
Moisture and carbon dioxide are removed from the air before it enters the low pressure plate fin type heat exchanger where it is cooled below sub zero temperatures by air expansion process in the expander. On reaching the air separation column, air gets liquefied and is separated into oxygen and nitrogen by the process of rectification.
6. Filling tanks/cylinders
It is the last step where compressed oxygen is directed to high pressure cylinders at 150 bar or higher. In case of liquid oxygen, it is stored in cryogenic tanks.
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|No. of Cylinders in a Day (Oxygen/Nitrogen)||80||100||200||300||400||600||800||1200||1600||2000||4000|