The Benefits of Purchasing UL Certified Products from On Site Gas Systems an ISO certified company

When it comes to nitrogen and oxygen production, businesses in all industries want to know that their equipment is safe, efficient and meets the highest quality standards. That’s why On Site Gas is proud to be ISO certified and  offer high-quality products that are made in the USA and certified by United Laboratories (UL).
Let’s take a closer look at why these certifications matter.

ISO Certification

ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization. It’s important to understand that the ISO does not issue certifications. Instead, they set the standards for processes, products, equipment and most importantly a Quality Management System. This means that a business or manufacturing facility can adhere to ISO standards but not be ISO certified. However, there are several third-party bodies –that do offer ISO certification. These accreditations apply to quality management and environmental processes.
When a company goes through the certification process, their quality management system and procedures are evaluated for adherence to strict ISO standards. This includes predefined metrics regarding safety, reliability, eco-friendliness, and more. Only businesses who meet all of the requirements are granted certification. Therefore, when you come across a product that is manufactured in a ISO certified company, you can trust that it is of the highest quality.
To ensure that we provide our customers with the best products possible, On Site Gas Systems has achieved ISO 9001-2015 and ISO 13485-2016 certification.

UL Certification

United Laboratories is the oldest and most well-known product testing and certification company in the world. They offer a variety of inspecting services for companies, products, manufacturing processes, repair and installation procedures, and more. When something is UL certified, it means that it has been thoroughly examined for quality, safety and reliability. If all the UL standards are met, the product is granted certification.
On Site Gas oxygen and nitrogen generators are UL certified. This means that we’ve had all of our products and manufacturing procedures examined to ensure they meet UL standards.

High-Quality Products Made in the USA

While On Site Gas offers products to over 100 countries worldwide, all of our systems are proudly made at our headquarters in Connecticut. This allows us to keep a close eye on production and helps us ensure that every product we sell is made to perfection. It’s just another reason why On Site Gas is one of the most trusted oxygen and nitrogen generator manufacturers in the industry.

The On Site Gas Difference

When you choose On Site Gas for your oxygen and nitrogen needs, you can rest assured that your product has been thoroughly inspected for quality, safety, reliability, and eco-friendliness. In fact, when you install one of our nitrogen or oxygen generators, you’ll be reducing your business’s carbon footprint while improving your efficiency. This is because, with an on-site generator system, you’ll no longer require nitrogen or oxygen delivery. Instead, you’ll be able to create your own gases right at your location. Not only does this limit the use of a fossil-fuel burning delivery truck, but it also saves you both time and money.
For more information about our American-made nitrogen and oxygen generators, or to place an order, contact us today!

Nitrogen Generators for Power Plants

Are you experiencing corrosion and leaks in your power plant’s boiler? If so, consider incorporating nitrogen into your processes. A nitrogen generator can help you maintain your boilers and prevent oxidization and rust when they are not in use. Here at On Site Gas Systems, we offer a variety of high-quality nitrogen generator systems for power plants.

Power Production, Boilers, and Corrosion

Whether you operate a coal, oil, or nuclear power plant, you probably have several boilers that are designed to produce steam for the generation of electricity. While this method is extremely efficient, it also comes with certain drawbacks.
When boilers aren’t in use, any leftover water and moisture can cause rusting, pitting, and corrosion within the pipes. This can lead to leaks and a loss of boiler efficiency. You may even notice that you have to make repairs and replace sections of pipes more frequently than you’d like. To eliminate moisture in your system, we recommend using nitrogen. With a low-pressure, slow flow nitrogen purge, you can displace oxygen in any wet parts of your equipment. In doing so, you’ll significantly reduce the chances of oxidation.

Benefits of Nitrogen Generators for Utility Plants

Many utility and power plants that use nitrogen choose to rent cylinders. And while this approach may appear to be most convenient, it may end up costing you more money and reducing your efficiency. This is because nitrogen cylinders tend to leak, sending usable nitrogen back into the atmospheric air and wasting your money. Additionally, cylinders must be ordered and delivered each month, which can interrupt your business operations if your supply runs low unexpectedly.
Generators, on the other hand, are a reliable and cost-efficient way to produce nitrogen at your location. These systems work by taking in atmospheric air, removing the oxygen, and storing the nitrogen for later use. This gives you access to a constant supply of pure nitrogen, which can save you money and time. With a nitrogen generator, there’s no need for costly nitrogen deliveries, and you’ll never risk running out!

Types of Nitrogen Generator Systems for Power Plants

On Site Gas offers several types of nitrogen generators for energy plants, including:

  • Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) Nitrogen Generators – PSA generators are extremely efficient and reliable when it comes to extracting nitrogen from the air and storing it. They can produce high purities of nitrogen, which means you can use them to blanket your boiler systems, remove moisture and oxygen, and prevent corrosion. They also offer stable yearly nitrogen gas costs.
  • Membrane Nitrogen Generators – Membrane nitrogen generators are completely turn-key and can produce up to 99.5 percent pure nitrogen. They do this by using a membrane to separate the oxygen from the nitrogen. Owners of membrane nitrogen systems enjoy low maintenance costs and reliable gas production.
  • Custom Nitrogen Generators – Some power plants require a specialized system for nitrogen generation. That’s why On Site Gas offers custom-designed nitrogen generators. These systems are built to your specifications so you can produce as much or as little nitrogen as you need. Once your new nitrogen generator is constructed, it can usually be installed in less than a day.

Order a New Nitrogen Generator for Your Energy Plant

Are you interested in purchasing a nitrogen generator to enhance the efficiency of your power, utility, or energy plant? If so, On Site Gas can help. For more information about our nitrogen generators, or to place an order, contact us today!