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Nitrogen Generator

This Nitrogen generator system is ideal for anyone who wants their own flexible & reliable supply of oxygen without compromising on quality. All the components in generators are highly reliable and tested as per industrial standard and validated for long life period .It is designed in a way that it will work at site 24 x 7 without any trouble. All the safety precautions has been addressed to give uninterrupted gas supply.

Nitrogen is generated on-site using pressure swing absorption (PSA) method. Air from the Dryer is sent through the coalescing filter and get purged through the drain valve. The dry air passes through the aluminium tower where oxygen is adsorbed into the molecular sieve and pure nitrogen is let out. Part of the produced gas is used for regenerating the sieves.

 

BENEFITS

  • Produce as per demand
  • Avoid Cylinder Availability Issues
  • It Eliminates safety risk associated with handling high pressure cylinders.
  • Can be used as mobile application also
  • Avoid unused gas in the cylinder.

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Metallurgical Industry
  • Synthetic & Fiber Industry
  • Chemical Industries
  • Food Packaging Industry
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Cable & Optical Fiber Industry
  • Electronic Industry
  • Plastic Injection Moulding
  • Laser Cutting
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing
  • Metal Heat Treatment
  • Glass Industry

 

GENERATOR MODELS & RATED CAPACITY AT VARIOUS PURITY LEVEL

 

Model

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

Nitrogen Purity %

99.99

99.9

99.5

99

Inlet Air Requirement

Oxygen Purity %

0.01

0.1

0.5

1.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NitroGen 10

0.56

9.3

1.22

20.3

1.8

30.0

2.16

36.0

5.8

NitroGen 20

0.81

13.5

1.77

29.5

2.6

43.3

3.12

52.0

8.3

NitroGen 30

1.62

27.0

3.54

59.0

5.2

86.7

6.24

104.0

16.5

NitroGen 40

2.43

40.5

5.3

88.3

7.8

130.0

9.36

156.0

25

NitroGen 50

3.24

54.0

7.07

117.8

10.4

173.3

12.48

208.0

33.3

 

 

Model

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

LPM

Nm3/hr

Nitrogen Purity %

98

97

95

Inlet Air Requirement

Oxygen Purity %

2.0

3.0

5.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NitroGen 10

2.52

42.0

2.88

48.0

3.6

60.0

5.8

NitroGen 20

3.64

60.7

4.16

69.3

5.2

86.7

8.3

NitroGen 30

7.28

121.3

8.32

138.7

10.4

173.3

16.5

NitroGen 40

10.92

182.0

12.48

208.0

15.6

260.0

25

NitroGen 50

14.56

242.7

16.64

277.3

20.8

347

33.3

 

Nitrogen molecules can be separated from compressed air using a nitrogen generator. These nitrogen (N2) gas generators and nitrogen compressor packages can deliver purity of up to 99.85% and flow rates of up to 220 L/min (7.70 CFM).

Nitrogen generators are divided into two categories. The hollow fiber membrane technology is used in one type, while the Pressure Swing Absorption (PSA) technique is used in the other. Nitrogen can also be produced via inert gas generators. CO2 in the inert gas is removed using molecular sieves.

- Membrane technology - The air we breathe is roughly 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% additional gases like argon and water vapour. Membrane systems make precise purities of nitrogen from an infinite supply of raw material.

PSA-type nitrogen generator — A typical PSA-based nitrogen generating facility consists of two absorption towers filled with carbon molecular sieve. The towers are filled with compressed, filtered air, and oxygen is absorbed on the carbon molecular sieve, while nitrogen-enriched gas exits.

Everything boils down to preventative maintenance, just like any other piece of equipment. The systems should endure well over 15 years if proper maintenance is undertaken.

A nitrogen generator, which commonly use membrane or PSA technology, produces nitrogen gas from compressed air by eliminating atmospheric oxygen. This could affect the ambient oxygen levels within the installation site or at the point of use in a variety of ways, including:

  • • The exhaust or permeate contains oxygen, which is released to the atmosphere as part of the usual nitrogen production process, potentially raising ambient oxygen levels.
  • Nitrogen could leak into the installation area from buffer or process vessels and pipework, thereby lowering ambient oxygen levels.

During commissioning or purity control, automatic or manual venting of "off-spec" nitrogen may reduce ambient oxygen levels.

• Pressure vessel safety pressure relief valves could release nitrogen in over-pressure circumstances, potentially lowering ambient oxygen level.

 

Although the ambient oxygen level might be adjusted and fall outside of the safety limits in each of the scenarios above, this rarely happens in a well ventilated facility.

      






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