Cryogenic Liquid Nitrogen Plant
Liquid Nitrogen Generator Plants are suitable for production of liquid nitrogen from 50 liters to 5000 liters per day for medical and industrial uses.
- Model/Capacity ：50 to 5,000 Liter/hour
- Purity ： LIQUID NITROGEN – 99.99%
- Technology ： ING L.&A. BOSCHI, ITALY (Since 1930)
On-Site Liquid Nitrogen Generation System
We manufacture and supply high purity liquid nitrogen plants that are cost-effective, reliable and of high quality. Our on-site nitrogen solution uses cryogenic separation cycle that is the most advanced and efficient for air separation and nitrogen purification. We have innovated the cryogenic nitrogen system for generation of nitrogen with purity up to 99.99%. Power consumption to operate is very economical. Being fitted with advanced control features, the system can also run unattended. In case there is some trouble in its functioning, one can run remote diagnostic monitoring and troubleshooting. On deciding to purchase from us, you are investing in a long-term partnership as our plant machinery have a life-cycle of over 10 years. After installation of cryogenic nitrogen plant, we will continue to provide after sales service during the entire life cycle.
What is Cryogenic Distillation Process for LIN?
During cryogenic air separation, our Ln2 plant starts with filtering, compressing, and cooling of atmospheric air. The compressed air is cooled and water vapors are condensed and removed. Afterwards, the air is again cooled through a mechanical refrigeration system. This aids in eliminating additional water vapor by condensation lowering the load on molecular sieve pre-purification system. Now, the impurities are to be removed—water vapor and carbon dioxide. It is imperative to remove the purities before the air enters cryogenic distillation column as impurities could freeze at cryogenic temperatures and get deposited on the surfaces within the column. Molecular sieves are used for purification they also help in high nitrogen recovery. On being run through heat exchangers the air is cooled to cryogenic temperatures. Then, the air is moved through high pressure distillation where nitrogen is separated from oxygen and other gases. .
Finally, nitrogen is distilled to commercial specifications in the low pressure distillation column. We use only the best quality materials and components in our manufacturing. It is suggested that clients must send their detailed product requirements with their query so that our sales team could send you the best quote.