Purity in our world refers to the allowable oxygen left in the nitrogen that is produced. Different industries and applications have different purity requirements.
As the flood gates open for the early and late majority, there’s still a significant amount of knowledge to be shared. Some notable key topics have been, ‘how do I design a system?’, ‘what purity do I need?’, or ‘how do I buy a system?‘. Let’s assume you’ve decided that nitrogen generation is a good […]
In 2017 we were connected with a multi-national food and beverage producer who had been using nitrogen generation for 15 years (yes, 15 years! An early adopter and way ahead of the curve!). The system was approaching the end of its life and would soon require replacement. Rarely do we get the chance to work […]
Many laser systems will state that the nitrogen purge gas requirement is 99.999% or 5.0 UHP (Ultra High Purity) as a catchall specification, but it is seldom required. The majority of systems that we have put in the field vary from 95% to 99.99% purity. The overall cost of purchasing and building a nitrogen generation […]
Read here on how Purity Gas successfully applied a dynamic approach on system design…And, check out the slider to see the system expand before your very eyes!
Four years ago, we released a blog outlining the costs of nitrogen gas highlighting that companies across Canada are paying exceptional rates to have nitrogen gas delivered to their facility by a third party. It has since become one of the most visited pages on our website, and it’s time we revisit the topic with […]
Now presumably, if you are reading this, you have already determined that onsite nitrogen generation is a viable move for your operation. Purchasing any equipment is a task that should be dealt with carefully, and with diligence.
The quality of air for any application that uses compressed air is very important. The lifecycle of the Carbon Molecular Sieve or CMS in our nitrogen generators is entirely contingent on clean and dry air. Compressed air contains substances such as dust, oil & water. These substances can be removed by having the appropriate filtration […]
The very definition of “efficient” is achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense. Nitrogen generation is the efficient approach to supplying manufacturing processes with the gas they require.
Now more than ever, high volume nitrogen users are seeking cost reduction opportunities without operational compromise. On-site nitrogen generation systems for laser cutting applications are being adopted at a rapid rate for their low operating costs, flexible purity range and ability to produce an endless supply of nitrogen gas, on-demand.