Australian gas processing systems specialist has sought to reduce lead times and boost productivity following the relocation of its Western Australia headquarters.

Having already doubled its workforce, the new facility, located in Perth, will also allow the company to focus on increasing efficiency as demand continues to grow amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. 

As the virus spreads in parts of the world where oxygen shortages are rife, Oxair has increased the supply and delivery time of its oxygen generators. 

In addition to oxygen and nitrogen pressure swing adsorption (PSA) systems, the company provides the mining, offshore, marine and livestock sectors across the world with technology such as pressure vessels, skid fabrication and process piping.

Oxair's new headquarters

Oxair’s new headquarters

Source: Oxair

PSA technology has proven to be indispensible in low to middle income areas afflicted by medical oxygen shortages over the past 18 months.

Organisations such as Direct Relief have supported the installation of PSA plants at hospitals in countries such as Dominica, Nepal, India, and Madagascar.