Our gas generators are different from the rest of the gas generators on the market, ensuring continuity of work, and reducing the chances of downtime due to the lack of gas.
If you own gas generators, the cost of generating gas in your organization will be reduced because you will become the supplier for yourself, rather than relying on outside suppliers.
Atlas Copco gas generators give you low operating costs, saving you on the final cost.
Our gas generators all come ready-to-use, without the need for costly installations.
All of our nitrogen generators are optimized, in such a way that they are suitable for different types of applications which include:
1- Drinks and Food:
Our gas generators can generate nitrogen during the food and beverage production and packaging stages. Hydrogen is colorless and odorless, preventing oxidation when it passes through liquids.
Nitrogen generation in the food and beverage industries also allows the quality of beverages and foods to be maintained unchanged, as it is insoluble in water.
Atlas Copco gas generators ensure nitrogen generation, which ensures a cleaner filling process, and faster drying than air.
2- Pharmaceutical industries:
Nitrogen generators ensure you make effective medicines, as oxygen can cause unwanted chemical reactions, which is why nitrogen is used in packaging processes instead.
Oxygen is also used in many industries such as mining, pharmaceutical production, and fish farming.
The oxygen generator works with PSA technology, one of its vessels produces oxygen, while the other regenerates the saturated zeolite filter.
Atlas Copco Oxygen Generators guarantee the lowest cost of generating the oxygen units and also guarantee a less polluted environment thanks to the fact that you do not need to transport it in the presence of the OGP group.
Atlas Copco has the following gas generators:
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