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What’s the Deal with This “Nitro Cold Brew” all the Coffee Drinkers Love?

When you think about it, nitro cold brews were inevitable. Amid the current passion over craft beers — and in a world full of creative brew-masters — it makes sense to apply similar principles to another popular beverage staple. Cold brewed, stored in a keg and infused with nitrogen (hence the “nitro”), the coffee connoisseur website Dr. Axe notes how closely nitro cold brew mimics the experience of drinking a cold beer straight from the tap. Imagine your favorite cup of joe, chilled, frothy and brimming with soft, velvety carbonation. Each expertly poured serving features a mug full of icy cold coffee with a head much like that of the world-famous Guinness Stout. With Guinness having developed the nitro cold brewing process, baristas strive to…

Nitrogen Infuses Benefits to Winemaking Industry

Nitrogen Infusion for Winemakers

Oxidation, bacteria, and spoilage are a winemaker’s worst enemies, threatening profits and sales. Nitrogen can be used to help prevent oxidation, which occurs when wine is exposed to too much oxygen. And the use of nitrogen throughout various stages of the winemaking process helps preserve color, flavor, and aroma of any wine. Why Nitrogen in the winemaking process? Nitrogen is a colorless and odorless gas, which makes it possible to use without wine/wine bottle discoloration or a negative impact on the wine’s taste. Specifically, nitrogen gas can be used during transfer and bottling of any wine to help reduce waste, save the winemaker money, increase employee safety, and reduce environmental impact. Nitrogen’s Role in Winemaking Nitrogen gas can be used to prevent oxidation during three…

Consider Replacing Nitrogen Cylinders With Nitro Blast for Beer

If you currently use nitrogen cylinders in your bar or coffee shop, you know the vital role nitrogen plays in achieving a perfect pour. With the right ratio of nitrogen, you can serve beer that’s perfectly carbonated, with the smooth mouth-feel that your customers love. But how much money do you spend in replacing those nitrogen cylinders on a regular basis? Fortunately, your business can make the switch to a Nitro-Blast system. This turn-key solution is customizable to suit your needs, and is available in both cabinet-style and stand-alone systems. How Much Money Could You Save by switching to Nitro-Blast? By switching from nitrogen cylinder delivery to a Nitro Blast system from On Site Gas, you can save money. With an up-front cost of around…

Join OnSite Gas at the FabTech Expo Trade Show

OnSite Gas Systems is proud to join more than 1,200 other exhibitors at the biggest metal-forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing trade show in North America: FABTECH. This year’s show will play out across more than 550,000 square feet’s worth of the Las Vegas Convention Center, November 16 to 18. We are eager to take part in the proceedings, which are expected to draw more than 28,000 attendees. For more than 30 years, FABTECH has brought together manufacturers, suppliers, and customers in celebration of cutting-edge metalworking and its endless applications. Sponsored by the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, SME, and other organizations, FABTECH showcases the latest innovations in the realms of forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing. The FABTECH show floor is always a dazzling display of machinery…

Join OnSite Gas at Pack EXPO International Trade Show

OnSite Gas is excited to participate in the PACK EXPO International Trade Show in Chicago, from Nov. 6-9 at the Windy City’s McCormick Place. Given our wide array of gas-generation solutions for food and beverage production, storage, and packaging, the show is right in our lane. The PACK EXPO International Trade Show is the year’s biggest devoted to processing and packaging. More than 2,300 exhibitors participate (including OnSite Gas) and some 50,000 are expected to attend. Combined with the Pharma EXPO happening concurrently in McCormick Place’s West Building, the shows encompass 1.2 million square feet. This year’s PACK EXPO will highlight the latest in industry trends and technology (at the “Showcase of Packaging Innovations,” for instance), offer educational presentations (such as a breakdown on incorporating…

Consider These Factors When Purchasing an Oxygen Generator

Oxygen generators have a range of applications, from providing vital life support to medical patients, to aerating wastewater, promoting biological treatment, boosting the yield of gold mines, and helping hatchery trout thrive. On Site Gas Systems offers a comprehensive range of top-quality oxygen generators for a wide variety of purposes. Whether for commercial, industrial, or medical situations, On Site Gas PSA oxygen generators benefit commercial operations from fish farms to glassblowing; supply oxygen for healthcare purposes (including field-ready portable generators), and serve astronauts aboard the International Space Station. In addition to our ready-to-go turnkey generators, we also design custom oxygen-generation systems for nearly any setting or purpose. Our systems utilize Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology. These state-of-the-art PSA generators pass compressed air through a vessel…

Enhance your Cold Brew with a Nitrogen Kick

If you’ve frequented a coffee shop over the past few years, you might know that cold brew is becoming a hot commodity. Some might confuse cold brew with iced coffee, but the two have fundamentally different preparations, and connoisseurs will be quick to point out a vast difference in quality. Iced coffee is traditionally brewed hot coffee that’s been chilled with ice. In contrast, cold brew derives from grounds that have been soaked for an extended period of time in water at room temperature (or that’s been chilled). So what’s the fuss about cold- versus hot-brewed coffee? In boiling water, the oils in coffee grounds tend to oxidize and the acids break down, which can result in a bitter tang and the loss of nuanced…

10 Features & Benefits of Nitrogen Cylinder Filling Stations

Features and Benefits of a Self-Generating Nitrogen Cylinder Filling Station Before the ability to generate nitrogen on-site became available, companies had to purchase their nitrogen elsewhere, schedule a delivery and worry about running out of nitrogen before the delivery arrives. Today, we have the ability to generate nitrogen on-site. These on-site nitrogen generation systems have changed the way that many companies attain their nitrogen. On-site Nitrogen Generator Systems Eliminate the Need for Bulk Deliveries The nitrogen generators and nitrogen filling stations On Site Gas Systems offers eliminate the need for bulk purchases of nitrogen. In addition, all of our systems usually provide a return on investment within 18 months’ time. The nitrogen generator systems we offer are designed to last for decades. Our nitrogen filling…

Why Generate Your Own Nitrogen or Oxygen Gas?

Various industries, hospitals, and businesses may feel like they have no other option than to get cryogenic gas delivered in bulk to meet their nitrogen and oxygen needs. But this is not the case. On Site Gas makes it possible for these facilities to generate their own nitrogen and oxygen by means of an O2 & N2 Site self-generating system. When compared to cryogenic gas, these systems offer a variety of advantages. Advantages of O2 & N2 Self-Generating Gas Systems Ease of Use No contracts to sign, you can purchase, lease or rent nitrogen and oxygen generating systems. Low Maintenance Costs – System Can Last for Decades Regular maintenance helps our nitrogen and oxygen generators last for decades. Portable Many of the O2 & N2 Site…

How It All Works: PSA and Membrane Technologies Made Easy

A variety of manufacturers utilize Nitrogen and Oxygen gas for numerous applications. The ability to generate gas on-site is more economical and efficient than gas delivery. In order to achieve the proper nitrogen purity level, nitrogen generators rely on either membrane technology or pressure-swing adsorption (PSA); whereas, oxygen relies solely on pressure-swing adsorption technology. Pressure-Swing Adsorption Vs. Membrane Technologies – What is the Difference? Adsorption is a physical process where one substance fully integrates into another. Pressure-swing adsorption (PSA) technology is designed to use the concept of adsorption as a means to separate gas molecules from each other. The process of adsorption involves molecules temporarily adhering to the surface of certain materials they come into contact with. PSA Nitrogen and Oxygen Generators – The Process…

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