Ploat No. 282, Sai Vihar, Phase-I, Block C, Bhopani, Haryana 121002
Manufacturing and designing of our oxygen plant is optimised for ensuring uninterrupted supply of O2 for fulfilling industrial requirements. Industries require constant supply of the non-metallic for sustaining burning processes so vital for running industrial production. Universal Boschi air separation products are famous for high productivity, efficiency, low power consumption and the best prices in the industry. Customers have been patronizing our O2 plants for their sturdy performance for a long haul. With our machinery, we assure that you would never run out of oxygen for running your industrial processes as the plants run 24*7 without any interruption. We offer our products in different capacities starting from 20m3/hr to 1000m3/hr.
Our brand has become internationally popular with customers for our high quality standards benchmarked against the European standards. Our designing and technological expertise is inherited from ING L A Boschi Italy since 1930s Universal acquired the Italian company. No denying, we have cumulative experience of over 100 years in designing and manufacturing of air separation products. We use only ASME certified materials for durable performance. All components used in the manufacturing are procured only from the best European OEMs. Use of advance cryogenic process allows the O2 plant to generate oxygen with purity up to 99.7% in capacities ranging from 20m3/hr to 1000m3/hr.
Industrial oxygen is used in industries to sustain burning processes for running various types of industrial processes. Industries require oxygen with purity up to 99.7% but even lesser purity can do the job in industrial applications. Industrial use is relaxed on the impurities present in O2 unlike medical oxygen where no contaminants are allowed. In the industrial applications, it is not particularly needed to thoroughly clean the cylinders from all types of impurities as is mandated for medical oxygen.
Ever since the discovery oxygen in 1774 by the British scientist Joseph Priestley and later the role it plays in combustion by Antoine Lavoisier in 1777, the use of oxygen in industrial operations especially in the manufacturing and chemical sector has expanded exponentially. Combustion is the primary property of O2 which sustains burning process across various industry verticals. There are numerous materials that do not burn in the presence of air but will readily combust in air enriched with oxygen in industries like steel & iron, glass, non-ferrous, etc.
In combination with a fuel gas, oxygen is also used for welding, brazing, cutting and glass blowing because of enhanced combustion efficiency and higher temperature flame. In chemical industry, high purity oxygen is crucial for enhancing productivity of oxidation reactions. A large number of chemical compounds are produced through the process oxidation. In short, industrial oxygen is used for enhancing the efficiency of combustion and increasing efficiency of oxidative reactions.
Oxygen with purity up to 99.7% is produced through liquefaction and separation of atmospheric air. The process of cryogenic distillation begins with taking atmospheric air which is then filtered and compressed. Then the compressed air moves into a cleanup system comprising of twin molecular sieves where impurities such as hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide and moisture are eliminated. The cleaned air now enters heat exchangers where it is cooled to very low temperatures. Now, the liquefied air is moved into a high pressure distillation column where oxygen is separated from nitrogen and other trace gases. Cryogenic oxygen is collected and is moved into a low pressure distillation column for distillation in order to get desired purity.
It is used in wide range of industries with heavy concentration in steel and chemical industries accounting for 75% of all commercially produced oxygen. It is used in industries including: Plastics & textiles, welding, cutting and brazing, Waste water treatment, Paperwork, Glassblowing, and Aquaculture.