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Nitrogen Concentrators

Definition : Gas concentrators designed to increase the percentage of nitrogen in a mixture of gases, usually air. Nitrogen concentrators filter out moisture, oxygen, and other gases from compressed air, leaving ultra-high-purity nitrogen. A nitrogen concentrator is usually comprised of a compressed air tank; a permeable membrane or a sieve material that captures the oxygen, other gases, and water vapor; and a nitrogen receiving tank. Nitrogen concentrators are used mainly to obtain nitrogen gas appropriate for use as a carrier gas for use in laboratories (e.g., gas chromatography analytical laboratory systems).

UMDC code : 25451

   

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BeaconMedaes

BeaconMedæs is a global leader providing complete medical gas solutions, including medical air, medical vacuum, gas distribution equipment and pipeline components. BeaconMedæs has several assembly facilities plus an extensive sales and service presence throughout the world. In July 2006, BeaconMedæs was acquired by Atlas Copco and has since become the global competence center for medical solutions within Atlas Copco.

Stephens Equipment Inc

Stephens Equipment Inc

Terra Universal Inc

Terra creates solutions for application-specific manufacturing challenges, quickly and economically. Terra's manufacturing complex in Fullerton, California includes latest-technology CNC sheet metal and plastic equipment along with complete welding, electronics, and metal finishing shops.

Universal Industrial Gases Inc

Universal Industrial Gases (UIG) is a designer, manufacturer and supplier of air separation plants, cryogenic oxygen plants, cryogenic nitrogen plants and liquefiers; and a provider of related engineering, construction, installation, start-up, operation and maintenance services.

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