AIR DRYING

Air separation can produce a series of high purity gaseous or liquid products, including oxygen, nitrogen, and other rare gases. Common separation methods include cryogenic distillation, Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA), and Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption (VPSA).


Pressure Swing Adsorption Separation

Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA), for separating oxygen/nitrogen, is widely used in medium and small-scale air separation plants. With low investment costs, low energy consumption, and ease of operation, PSA separation techniques are quite common aside from traditional cryogenic air separation. Oxygen or nitrogen is separated, which allows oxygen or oxygen-enriched air to be captured.


Air Dryer Applications
InstrumentalAir DryingPurified and
Compressed Air
Automobile
cryogenic pre-processingCO2 dryingmedical oxygenair conditioning systems
PSA separationN2 dryingscuba divingair brake systems
H2 purificationargon dryingaerospace
CO2 removalhelium dryingairplanes
propellant drying and sweeteninginert gas dryingmountain climbing
methanol adsorptionblanket gas dryingcasinos

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