Oxygen for combustion
Combustion processes can only take place in an atmosphere containing oxygen. As a rule, combustion plants only use the 21% oxygen content in the ambient air for combustion. The nitrogen contained in the air is heated as an inert gas in the combustion chamber without supporting combustion. This leads to heat losses and increased emissions.
The addition of oxygen to combustion plants can provide targeted support for combustion processes. With regard to oxy-fuel burners, oxygen can be injected directly into the combustion chamber. This makes it possible for the flame temperature and heat transfer to be increased. Fuel can also be saved.
With our oxygen generators, we supply high quality solutions for the stationary and mobile production of oxygen for different applications, including for low volume requirements.