Maritime Protection Unveils New Nitrogen Generator— Literature Available

Maritime Protection A/S of Kristiansand, Norway, recently introduced a new nitrogen generator for marine use. The unit is said to be particularly suited for ships in the chemical and gas trades, drilling rigs, and barges, and will be a convenient alternative to nitrogen bottles. The generator has no moving parts, is virtually maintenance-free, and light in weight.

The heart of the system is the technology of membrane gas separation designed and developed by the U.S.-based Monsanto Company.

Prism separators made by Monsanto have gained wide acceptance in the chemical and petroleum industries, with 40 plants installed or on order since 1977.

The generators produce an inert atmosphere by removing oxygen from air. They have sizes presently ranging from 100 to 500 cubic meters per hour of high-purity nitrogen (95-99 percent pure) with a dew point of minus 70 C.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  Dec 15, 1983

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