OXO8 Module

OXO8 Module is the sieve beds, and solenoid valves installed on it for oxygen production. Requires timer board for operation of the valves.

Provides 8 LPM (16.88 SCFH) oxygen at up to 15 PSI of pressure from 4 CFM compressed air.

$650.00
Back Ordered. Expected to ship on June 22

The OXO8 Oxygen Concentrator Module is the sieve beds and valves used on the OXO8 OEM oxygen concentrator assembly.  This unit can be used as a replacement component for the OXO8 OEM assembly or can be purchased as an OEM component to be used with the timer board or timer board with O2 purity (sold separate) module.

When used as an OEM oxygen concentrator the compact size and configurable assembly make this a great option to package into your system.

 

Features:

     -Reliable Oxygen Production

     -Compact size

     -Rebuildable design with replaceable sieve beds and valves

     -Low-cost long-term operation due to replaceable parts

     -Easily Integrated 

 

Product Characteristics:

Input Air Requirements:

Flow

Pressure

 

4 SCFM

30 PSI 

Performance Data:

Product Flow

Oxygen Delivery Pressure

 

8 LPM (16.88 SCFH)

up to 15 PSI

Product Concentration 90-95%
Product Dew Point -100°F (-73°C)
Dimensions (DxH)

6" wide x 4" deep x 18" tall

Weight 8 lbs 

Physical Connections

Compressed Air Inlet

Product Gas Outlet

 

3/8" OD tubing

1/4" OD tubing

Ambient Operating Conditions 

Locate the oxygen concentrator system in a well-ventilated area that is protected from weather elements.

Inside room or enclosure: Temps should remain between 40°F (4°C) and 130°F (54°C) 

In storage: Temps should remain between 0°F (-18°C) and 140°F (60°C)

Control Power Requirements (Single Phase) Requires separate timer board for operation
Compressed Air Input Requirements Clean Air (oil-less). Max Temp of 170°F (77°C). Performance Rated at 120°F (49°C).
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What is Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA)

Clean, dry compressed air is fed into the first molecular sieve bed.  Nitrogen is adsorbed, while oxygen is allowed to flow through.  When the sieve in the first bed becomes full of nitrogen, the airflow is then directed into the second bed.  As the second bed separates the oxygen from the nitrogen, the first bed vents its nitrogen into the atmosphere.  Compressed air is once again fed into the first bed, and the process is repeated continuously.  A constant flow of oxygen is reliably produced.

PSA oxygen generator description

 

 

 

 

More Information
Quickbooks Stock Level 0.000000
Quickbooks Stock Date Expected 2024-06-14 00:00:00
Call For Price No
Product Category Oxygen Generator
Nominal Gas Flow Rate 16.88 SCFH (8 LPM)
Manufacturer Misc
Lead Time In stock
Warranty 1 Year
Country of Origin USA
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