Applications

PSA Oxygen Generators

JLOX-500 series molecular sieve are mainly used in PSA oxygen generator for generation of high purity oxygen with the advantages of faster adsorption rate, higher oxygen production rate and longer use life.oxygen purity is up to 93%±3%

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VPSA Oxygen Generators

JLOX-103  oxygen enrichment sieve bed is the lithium form aluminosilicate with X type crystal structure. lithium based high performance oxygen enrichment sieve bed;designed for industrial VPSA oxygen plant,Capacily: 300 -10000 Nm3/hour, oxygen purity is up to 93%±3%

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Portable medical PSA oxygen concentrator

Portable medical oxygen concentrators sieve bed material using molecular sieve as adsorbent, by pressure swing adsorption (pressure swing adsorption, PSA) in ambient air as raw material, under the condition of normal temperature low pressure, when using molecular sieve pressure of nitrogen in the air (adsorbate) adsorption capacity increases, the decompression of the characteristics of the nitrogen adsorption capacity to reduce in the air, forming pressure adsorption pressure desorption process of rapid cycling to separating oxygen and nitrogen in the air, resulting in a high concentration of oxygen.

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PSA hydrogen purification

The principle of PSA-pressure swing adsorption hydrogen production is to use adsorbents to easily adsorb high-boiling components under the same pressure, but not easy to adsorb low-boiling components.

Molecular sieve is a special molecular sieve for pressure swing adsorption hydrogen production, pressure swing adsorption oxygen production, pressure swing adsorption carbon monoxide production, and normal isoparaffin separation.

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PSA adsorb CO

JL-COS adsorbent is sensitive to oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor and sulfur-containing gas.

Compared with ordinary molecular sieves, high-efficiency CO adsorbents have stronger selectivity for CO and larger adsorption capacity (can increase by about 60%).

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Cryogenic Air Separation

Cryogenic air separation plays a key role in producing oxygen, nitrogen, and argon by separating contaminants such as carbon dioxide and water from a gas stream.

Our rapid absorption solution can satisfy the wide needs of air separation across numerous industrial production.

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Ethanol Dehydration

In ethanol dehydration, the lower its water content, the higher quality of alcohol is produced. However, using typical multi-pressure distillation processes alone, the ethanol to water azeotopic ratio is at 95.5%, with a maximum of 97.2%. Further purification is needed to exceed the limits for a more refined final product.

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Polyurethane Industry

Moisture is one of the primary challenges in the polyurethane industry since the material readily absorbs water from the air and create gaseous carbon with the isocyanate constituent. The Carbon Dioxide gases can create undesirable effects such as air bubbles on polyurethane coating, which significantly decreases the shelf life of the product.

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Air Drying

As a process, air drying takes away the moisture from the air, keeping the machinery and equipment running uninterrupted.

This is an energy-efficient and cost-effective method of maintaining moisture levels within the area, which can help reduce production and maintenance costs.

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Hydrogen getter with a cryogenic tank vacuum space

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Natural Gas

Natural gas must be dehydrated to remove water vapor. Water vapor causes the formation of hydrates, over saturation of natural gas, and corrosion of equipment. The high pressure increases saturation and creates more water vapor. Hydrates cause freezing and blocking of pipelines, valves, and other equipment, bringing production to a halt. Oversaturated gas does not meet pipeline specifications, which must be removed in order to sell.

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Insulated Glass

An insulated glass unit is composed of two glass lites at least. These are separated by a space filled with air or a special gas (argon, krypton, SF6, etc.). The lites are supported and separated by a spacer and then sealed. Water from the air and solvents from the sealant can be trapped inside the unit. Water can also penetrate through the sealant during the life of the insulated glass unit. Both phenomena lead to fogging (water or solvent condensation on glass lite).

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