OMEGA Oxygen Generators
O-GEN oxygen generators extract the atmospheric air oxygen and separate it from other gases by applying the Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology. During the PSA process, the compressed air flows to a molecular sieve bed, which lets the oxygen pass through as a product gas, but adsorbs other gases. The sieve releases the adsorbed gases into the atmosphere when the outlet valve is closed and the pressure returns to its initial point. Consequently, the bed will emit oxygen before fresh compressed air enters for a new production cycle. In order to ensure a constant product flow, O-GEN oxygen generators use two molecular sieve beds, which alternatively switch between the adsorption and regeneration phases. Under normal operating regimes and accurate maintenance conditions, the molecular sieve beds will serve almost a lifetime.
Oxygen Generator - OMEGA AIR is a premier, modern industrial technologies company established in 1988 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The company specializes in gas filtration and compressed air treatment. Its products are present all over the world and are used in a wide range of industries such as electronics, food & beverage, chemical, petrochemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, medical and automotive applications. OMEGA AIR quality management system is accredited by ISO and ASME certificates. The company’s core mission is based on meeting customers’ requirements, guaranteeing high quality of products, and building a flexible team that is qualified following the world market demands. OMEGA AIR counts solid experience, which brought the company a steadily growing number of customers over the years. Partner companies trust OMEGA AIR for reliable, high-quality and prompt service tailored to their needs. The company is driven by the principle that ambitious goals are reached with quality, while constant search for new, more efficient solutions always leads to positive and promising results. Nitrogen Generators N-GEN nitrogen generators are used to extract the available nitrogen in the atmospheric air and separate it from other gases. Nitrogen generation systems fall into two broad categories: Pressure Swing Absorption (PSA) and Membrane technologies nitrogen generators. During the PSA process, compressed air enters a molecular sieve bed, which inhibits nitrogen that passes through as a product gas, but adsorbs other gases. The sieve releases the adsorbed gases to the atmosphere when ambient pressure restores. Subsequently, the bed will eject nitrogen before fresh compressed air enters for a new production cycle. In order to ensure a constant product flow, N-GEN nitrogen generators use two molecular sieve beds, which alternatively switch between the adsorption and regeneration phases. Production of industrial nitrogen with Membrane technology is accomplished by pushing compressed air through polymer fibers. As the compressed air moves through the membrane, nitrogen molecules are separated from other molecules: Tiny holes in the membrane fibers allow oxygen to pass through and return to the atmosphere as waste gas. Relatively large nitrogen molecules remain “captured” in the microscopic holes. The oxygen production method depends on the required purity, volume and consumption regime.
|operating pressure||5-6 barg|
|operating temperature range||5 to 50 °C|
|ambient air temperature range||up to 45 °C|
|dew points (atmospheric)||< -60 °C|
|capacity||1,02 to 94,9 Nm3/h|
|purity||up to 95 %|
- Set of External Feed Air Filters • Adsorber Vessel in Carbon Steel • Long-life Pneumatic Valves • Internal Piping & Fittings in SS316 • Exhaust Mufflers • Air and Oxygen flow Regulation • Control System with SIEMENS PLC • WebControl • Pressure Transmitter for Automated Idle-Mode Optional Equipment
• Oxygen Analyzer with Zirconium-Oxide Sensor • Electronic Product Flow Meter • Feed Air / Product Moisture Analyser • Oxygen Booster with Cylinder Filling System • Feed Air / Product Temperature Transmitters • Touch screen or Semi-Graphical Operator Interface • Sterile Filters Applications
- Aquaculture • Feed Gas for Ozone Generators • Glass blowing • Leaching • NOx Reduction for Fuel Burners • Oxygen Lancing • Welding, Brazing • Wellness