Atlas Copco Nitrogen Generators
Whether your company is specialized in chemical manufacturing, electronics, laser cutting or food and beverage, a dependable supply of industrial gas is crucial. Compared to the on-demand delivery of gas bottles or tanks, on-site production of gas offers a wealth of advantages ranging from cost savings to continuous availability. Atlas Copco’s advanced nitrogen and oxygen generators offer you the ultimate solution: flexible on-site production of industrial gas at the lowest possible cost.
- Your own independent supply of industrial gas.
- Non-stop availability: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Significant economies of scale and lower operational costs: no rental charges, transport expenses and bulk user evaporation losses
- No safety hazards when handling high pressure cylinders.
- Easy integration within existing compressed air installations.
If your business is a regular consumer of nitrogen, you’re likely (and perhaps even painfully) aware of what a hassle nitrogen-tank rental and delivery can present. Those bulky nitrogen cylinders take up a lot of floor space in your facility, and being such heavy vessels containing gas under high pressure, they amount to an ever-present safety risk. Further, the rental/delivery service can be very expensive, tank replacement regularly leads to downtime and added labor costs, the gas company’s strict contracts can be a challenge to get out of … and the list goes on.
If any of the issues mentioned above sound familiar to you, you’re not alone. Like many business owners and workers in similar situations, it may be time for you to consider on-site nitrogen generation. The good news about generating on-site nitrogen is that if you already have an air compressor, you’re halfway there. All you need is a connected nitrogen generator unit to generate your own in-house nitrogen!
PSA nitrogen generator technology is a simple, reliable and cost-effective approach to nitrogen generation that enables continuous, high-capacity nitrogen flow at the desired level of purity. PSA traps oxygen from the compressed air stream when molecules bind themselves to a carbon molecular sieve. This happens in two separate pressure vessels (tower A and tower B), each filled with a carbon molecular sieve, that switch between a separation process and a regeneration process.