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Twice the nitrogen capacity for smaller, more energy efficient units
Honeywell UOP developed the first commercially viable adsorbent for medical oxygen applications more than 40 years ago. Today, UOP’s OXYSIV™ molecular sieve adsorbents help make smaller and more energy efficient medical oxygen concentrators to meet patient needs more effectively.
UOP molecular sieves for medical oxygen applications include:
In a concentrator, air passes through a packed bed of OXYSIV where nitrogen is adsorbed, concentrating the 20% atmospheric oxygen to 90% or greater.
MDX is a lithium-exchanged molecular sieve that provides twice the nitrogen capacity of earlier adsorbents and permits the design of the smallest, most energy efficient units. This technology has enabled a new class of portable oxygen concentrators.
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