PSA systems can help boost oxygen supplies, says Oxair


A potential worldwide shortage of medical oxygen supplies due to the coronavirus pandemic could be alleviated by installing Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) systems in healthcare facilities, says Oxair.

Ensuring a reliable supply of oxygen during the Covid-19 crisis is proving challenging due to the rising demand from healthcare services across the world desperate to have the life-saving gas for ventilators and masks.

Global manufacturer of advanced gas process systems Oxair said it can turn orders around for ready-to-use oxygen PSA units in about eight to ten weeks for the Asia Pacific (APAC) and African regions from its facilities in Australia and India, depending on local lockdown laws and travel restrictions.

These are high quality, robust medical devices designed to last and deliver consistent, high purity oxygen on tap to hospitals and healthcare facilities even in the remotest locations around the world.

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