Oxygen generators - Atlas Copco Egypt
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Oxygen generators

On-site oxygen generation is the cost-efficient, safe and space-saving alternative to purchasing gas from a vendor.

Low cost per unit of oxygen

Producing your own oxygen on-site gives you the ability to set the exact purity your application requires instead of overpaying for overspecified oxygen.

Safety first

Thanks to oxygen generators there is no need to move around pressurized cylinders.

Smaller footprint

Eliminating oxygen transport and delivery reduces your environmental footprint.

Oxygen (O2) is used across a wide range of industries, from aquaculture to bioenergy, metallurgy, and pharmaceutical production. In the past, companies could only get oxygen from vendors. Now, however, there is a much better option for most of them: The on-site generation of oxygen. It allows professional users of oxygen users to become producers.

Explore the range

OGP+ 3-30: Best-in-class oxygen generation

OGP 2-200: A stable oxygen supply

PDp+ O₂ 3-670: Premium oxygen filtration


6 benefits of on-site gas generation

A dependable source of industrial gas is critical in many industries. Atlas Copco On-site gas generators are a reliable source of nitrogen and oxygen. On-site gas generation allows you to produce your own nitrogen or oxygen anytime you need. You can stop relying on third-party suppliers for your nitrogen or oxygen gas supply, make your own with one of our gas generators. Our on-site production of gas offers a wealth of advantages ranging from cost savings to continuous availability.

How an O2 generator works: Pressure Swing Adsorption

Atlas Copco oxygen generators use pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology. The generator consists of two separate pressure vessels filled with zeolite molecular sieve (ZMS) material that separates the oxygen from the incoming air. At any time, one of these vessels produces oxygen while the other is “regenerating” its saturated ZMS.

Find out more about pressure swing adsorption and how it works