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Oxygen Volume Requirement

03/27/2013 6:44 AM

We have a Ambient temperature Vapourizers. It is from Chart Ferox. Model MSG860HF. as per the manufactures Name plate descriptions it can supply oxygen of volume 2046Normal cubic meter of oxygen. we are operating at 1 bar pressure and if we want to calculate the actual volume of oxygen through this 50mm vapourizer outlet, how to do it. Or in other words how i can calculate the volume of oxygen it can deliver in one hour

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Re: Oxygen volume requirement

03/27/2013 8:15 AM

Simple. Phone the manufacturer and ask.

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Re: Oxygen Volume Requirement

03/28/2013 8:18 AM

It's extremely simple. Install a flow element with pressure and temperature compensation at the outlet to measure Nm3/hr. The other alternative could be to measure the volume of liquid delivered per hour and convert into Nm3/hr. 1 m3 liquid oxygen is equivalent to approximately 700 Nm3 of gas.

Also please check the name plate description at what ambient condition it can supply. At lower ambient temperature, capacity of delivery reduces.

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