Oxymat is restarting production and delivery of Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) nitrogen and oxygen generators in Denmark during the first half of 2017.

This new capability began from reduced costs from an increased use of robots and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology, following the financial crisis which strengthened Danish competitiveness.

Oxymat Denmark has invested more than €2m in renovation of its old factory and investments in robot and CNC machinery to make the most automated production facility of PSA systems, in the world.

The company’s strategy is to upgrade its PSA systems to new modular high-end systems with better performance than any other PSA system on the market.

Oxymat’s R&D department has been testing this new technology and will be launching the system at Hannover Messe which is taking place from the 24th-28th April 2017 in hall 26, stand number D74.

Oxymat’s strategy is based on simplification, automation and optimisation. By implementing a new modular system, the company is able to reduce the number of used components cutting assembly hours significantly. Additionally, by having fewer parts that are reused in different PSA systems, the majority of jobs can be processed with robots and CNC machinery.

The company’s final goal is to turn Oxymat Slovakia into a powerful project, sales and service organisation, and Oxymat Denmark will manufacture the components to the entire range of PSA systems. This will take place during 2017 and 2018.

Oxymat robot

Oxymat robot

Source: Oxymat