Bad Soden, Germany,

“Small air separator” developed as a prototype

Continuous supply, low and precisely calculable costs, and failure-free processes are the advantages of anitrogen supply.

Our customer Julon in Ljubljana is already benefiting from this: Messer has commissioned a “small air separator” at the Slovenian manufacturer of plastic fibers. The plant generates 225 standard cubic meters of high-purity gaseous nitrogen per hour. Optimization of all the components and the use of new control software have enabled both energy consumption and investment costs to be reduced significantly. The plant is the prototype of a series that covers the production range from 200 to 1,250 standard cubic meters per hour. The management system basically consists of remote monitoring from Messer’s European Control Center in Budapest and regular on-site maintenance by Messer.