Tag Archives: Nitrogen Generating Systems

The Evolution of Nitrogen Generating Systems: A Leap Forward with Technology

In recent years, the landscape of nitrogen generating systems has undergone a significant transformation, driven by advancements in automation, artificial intelligence (AI), material sciences, and assembling technologies. This evolution of nitrogen generating systems is not just about incremental improvements; it signifies a leap forward, promising enhanced efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and operational safety. This post delves into […]

The Future of Nitrogen Generating Systems

A nitrogen generator is a machine used to produce nitrogen gas from compressed air sources. The machine works by separating nitrogen gas from the air. Nitrogen gas generators are used in food processing, pharmaceutical production, mining, breweries, chemical manufacturing, electronics, etc. It is a cost-effective solution to producing nitrogen gas, and as these industries continue […]

How Does Nitrogen Generation Assist You in Reducing Your Environmental Footprint?

Nitrogen generators are systems that can produce nitrogen gas from ambient air. The ambient air we breathe is composed of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 1% trace gas, primarily argon. A supply of compressed air is introduced into a nitrogen generator and, in effect, the oxygen in ambient air is filtered out of the compressed […]

A Guide to Selecting the Right Nitrogen Generator for Your Facility

On-demand, onsite nitrogen generating systems produce nitrogen gas 24 hours per day, 7 days per week if required. Nitrogen is utilized in food and beverage packaging, pharmaceutical manufacturing  and many other industrial applications. Nitrogen generating  systems are used to displace costly, conventionally supplied nitrogen in cylinders, dewars or bulk liquid. There are basically two types […]

Nitrogen Generating Systems for Semiconductor Manufacturing: Everything You Need to Know

The word “semiconductor” may not be a common term used by the general public, however the vast majority of our smart devices and electronic devices use semiconductors. Not only are the technologies in our pockets more complex than ever, but there is also an increasing tendency to squeeze more capabilities into smaller spaces. Read on […]