The advanced energy-saving inequality equalization structure improves
the adsorbent utilization rate and directly reduces the compressed air
consumption. The advanced internal structure ensures that the air flow
is evenly distributed, reduces the impact on the adsorbent, and
increases the service life of the adsorbent.
In cooperation with well-known carbon molecular sieve manufacturers at
domestic and abroad, the most energy-efficient and efficient ratio can
be selected according to the actual working conditions. Reliable air
source treatment accessories ensure the stable operation and service
life of the equipment. It adopts Siemens PLC programmable controller for
automatic control, one - button start does not require special
personnel to operate, and can reserve connections with remote devic es
such as computers and mobile phones, and observe the running status in
The domestic well-known stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve is
adopted, which has the characteristics of fast opening and closing
speed, low energy consumption, good sealing performance, easy
installation and maintenance, and long servicelife. A special spring
compression device is adopted, and when the carbon molecular sieve in
the adsorption tower is reduced, it is automatically compensated to
eliminate the problem of powdering the carbon molecular sieve and
prolong the service life.
◆ Use unqualified nitrogen automatic evacuation device / manual evacuation device ( optional )
clean compressed air enters from the bottom of the adsorption tower
filled with carbon molecular sieve. After the airflow diffuses through
the special structure of the uniform diffuser, it evenly enters the
adsorption tower for oxygen and nitrogen adsorption separation, and then
product as high purity nitrogen from the top of the adsorption tower It
is sent to a nitrogen process tank for storage; a small amount of
product nitrogen enters the regeneration tower to purify the carbon
molecular sieve to remove the adsorbed oxygen to achieve regeneration.
The two adsorption towers are operated alternately and cyclically,
feeding the raw air continuously to produce nitrogen.