Carbon Molecular Sieve for PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) for Nitrogen Generation
In the Process of generating Nitrogen, Carbon Molecular Sieve (CMS) plays a very vital role. With the help of CMS, only N2 is produced. CMS takes up the carbon dioxide, oxygen, and other impurities and release the pure N2. PSA is one of the unique processes in which gases are separated with the help of pressure swing technology is called PSA. In this process when the bed is in desorption mode with the help of release pressure it is been regenerated and then to swing to adsorption mode.
There are two towers available in the process. One tower acts as adsorption mode and other acts as desorption mode. As soon as adsorption tower reaches its equilibrium, it switches to desorption mode and desorption tower which has been totally active comes to adsorption mode. Thus this cycle keeps on shifting from adsorption to desorption and desorption to adsorption mode.
Thus adsorption and desorption give continues Nitrogen generation. Once CMS bed is saturated with the Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide, it will be ready for the desorption process. For more information on Carbon molecular sieve, click here.