Carbon molecular sieve poisoning is also called nitrogen generator

Date:September 7, 2018 XINTAO

Carbon molecular sieve poisoning is also called nitrogen generator oil pollution due to oil-gas separator failure in the air compressor, or the nitrogen generator is not replaced in time in the air purification assembly, so redundant oil enters in the carbon molecular sieve that caused the nitrogen generator failure. Once the nitrogen molecular sieve is poisoned. The nitrogen output of the nitrogen generator is insufficient, it cannot meet the requirements of the nitrogen index production of the nitrogen generator, production process cannot be met and causing oxidation of the product and  economic losses.

 

Carbon molecular sieve poisoning is also called nitrogen generator oil pollution due to oil-gas separator failure in the air compressor, or the nitrogen generator is not replaced in time in the air purification assembly, so redundant oil enters in the carbon molecular sieve that caused the nitrogen generator failure. Once the nitrogen molecular sieve is poisoned. The nitrogen output of the nitrogen generator is insufficient, it cannot meet the requirements of the nitrogen index production of the nitrogen generator, production process cannot be met and causing oxidation of the product and  economic losses.

 

The poisoning of the nitrogen generator is difficult to detect in time which causes the poisoning state of the carbon molecular sieve cannot be monitored. Only through on-line nitrogen analyzer on the nitrogen generator and any oil substances around the surface of the nitrogen generator. When the purity of nitrogen is insufficient found, ensure the amount of nitrogen usage, adjust the outlet flow rate of the nitrogen generator to improve the purity of the nitrogen generator and replace new carbon molecular sieve in time. If reducing the nitrogen flow rate cannot improve the purity of the nitrogen , please replace carbon molecular sieve in the nitrogen machine and air filtration consumables immediately.


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