Nitrogen generator Malaysia vs liquid nitrogen Malaysia

nitrogen generator malaysiaOn-Site-Gas-Systems is the pioneer and global leader in on-site oxygen and nitrogen generator Malaysia.

Many of their original generators are still going strong after 27 years.

Their precision-engineered oxygen and nitrogen generators are working in mission-critical applications, across dozens of industries.

You would find their rugged nitrogen generators in some of the most demanding and remote environments in the world.

You would not pay someone to bring you tanks of compressed air. So, why would you pay someone to deliver a tank of “main ingredients” of air?

Start your own supply of nitrogen or oxygen – and SAVE!

How does PSA nitrogen generator Malaysia work?

nitrogen generator malaysia 2PSA nitrogen generator Malaysia is a cost-effective alternative.

On-Site’s PSA nitrogen generator technology assures a quick returns on your investment and stable year-to-year gas costs.

Ad-sorption is the physical process of separating molecules. The Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) system generates nitrogen, by separating it from the oxygen in ordinary air.

A vessel containing Carbon Molecular Sieve (CMS) is filled with compressed air. The sieve material adsorbs the smaller oxygen molecules, while the larger nitrogen molecules drift past and a nitrogen receiver collects it.

Pressure is then released from the vessel, and the oxygen molecules are vented to the atmosphere. At the same time, a second vessel repeats the cycle to provide a flow of gas into the nitrogen receiver.

Membrane nitrogen gas generator Malaysia offers reliability and ease

gas generator malaysiaThe membrane nitrogen gas generator Malaysia is a complete turnkey system.

It arrives at your location and you put it online. On-Site designs and builds membrane nitrogen generators to your specifications. They can match their membrane nitrogen generators to your compression equipment for any application.

Pressurized air is fed to one end of the hollow fiber membranes. Membranes contain a bundle of hollow fibers with holes small enough to allow the smaller oxygen molecules to exit through them under pressure.

The permeation rates of water vapor, CO2 and oxygen from the air stream are faster than nitrogen and argon, and will rapidly diffuse through the fiber walls. The slower diffused nitrogen molecules remain in the fiber bore and are collected as the nitrogen product gas. The air flow rate will determine how much un-diffused oxygen remains with the nitrogen gas.

The nitrogen product gas is extremely dry, with atmospheric dew points typically below -40°F. The membranes act like a filter with no moving parts and continuously generate nitrogen at selected flow and purity.