AirSep Corp. – A Chart Industries Company
AirSep Corp. – A Chart Industries Company offers PSA and VPSA Oxygen Systems that generate oxygen from compressed air. With dew points of -100ºF (-73ºC) and purities of 90-95%, AirSep offers the widest range of economical alternatives to delivered, cryogenically produced supplies. A standard product line of oxygen generators, plus custom tonnage plants, deliver 12-100,000 SCF/hr of oxygen at up to 65 psig without supplemental boosting. Connected to an ozone generator, AirSep’s CSA and CE Approved systems dramatically increase ozone output, concentration, and transfer efficiency. Optional integrated low oxygen purity monitors and oxygen analyzers validate gas quality.

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AirSep Corp. – A Chart Industries Company
260 Creekside Drive
Buffalo, NY 14228-2075
United States
Toll-free: 800-320-0303
Phone: 716-691-0202
Fax: 716-691-1255

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Odor Control Equipment; Wastewater Treatment; Water Treatment; Ozone Generation Systems, Components

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