With an air factor of 1.8 (at 95%) to 5.5 (at 99.999%) and a special cycle time modulation algorithm, the running cost of the new Atlas Copco NGP+ can be reduced by 50%, compared to other N2 generators.
We offer total solutions. On-site gas generators allow you to produce your own nitrogen and oxygen, using only a supply of dry compressed air. Generating gases on-site reduces the cost of using bottles or bulk deliveries.
If you’re still having nitrogen cylinders delivered to your business — and especially if you’re a heavy nitrogen consumer who sees regular tank drop-offs/pickups at your facility — it may be time to consider all the P.R.I.C.E.-related benefits that on-site nitrogen generation can bring. For many business, the ROI reaped from on-site generation can cover the initial equipment investment very quickly, all while introducing a range of benefits and conveniences.
Introducing the Atlas Copco nitrogen skid. Breffni Air manufacture and install ductwork. Their fibre laser cutter provides them with very accurate sheet metal profiles in both stainless & galvanised steel. To achieve this, they use Nitrogen as a cutting gas. Using the Atlas Copco high pressure nitrogen skid ensures them always to have on tap availability and bottle transportation is no longer needed. With energy savings and an 80% cost saving on top. Learn more on:
Atlas Copco’s nitrogen solutions fire up BMI’s ovens
The story of BMI takes you to Lyon in France, an upbeat city that is renowned for its gastronomy, weaving of silk and its “Festival of Lights”. BMI Fours Industrial is a manufacturer of industrial ovens and furnaces.
Atlas Copco supplies medical air and medical vacuum to the Sint-Antonius Hospital in Utrecht. All the equipment complies with the medical ISO standards and comes pre-certified and tested from the factory.
The customer has chosen Atlas Copco for their reliability, close co-operation and years of experience.
The Michel family has been involved in french wine for over generations now. They produce Chablis, from the vine to the bottle. After growing and harvesting, the wine needs to be bottled. This process contains several applications, all needing compressed air or nitrogen. The compressed air is used for bottling the machines, putting on the capsules and labelling. During the bottling, nitrogen is used: first for removing oxygen from the empty bottles, and afterwards to chase the carbon gasses just before capping. The compressed air and nitrogen is provided by a VSD compressor with built-in dryer and a NG7. On top they have also 3 filters and some reservoirs. By replacing nitrogen in bottles by a NG while using a VSD, they save money, time and the energy.