Oxygen Generator-Presentation

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Unformatted text preview: 99% Oxygen Production with Zeolites and Pressure Swing Adsorption: Designs and Economic Analysis Presentation by: Blake Ashcraft Jennifer Swenton Project Goals Develop a portable and hospital air separation process/device with silver zeolites to produce a continuous flow of 99% oxygen Recommend the application of the process/device in different markets Determine if process/device will be profitable in those markets Overview Market for Purified Oxygen Air Separation Methods Adsorbent Materials Proposed Use of Technology Hospital Design Portable Design Consumer Utility and Preference Business Plan Risk Recommendations Market for 99% Oxygen Oxygen is the third most widely used chemical in the world Annual worldwide market of over $9 billion. Main applications: Medical oxygen for hospitals and individual use Industrial applications for refineries and processing plants Oxygen in Medicine Inhalation therapy During surgery to maintain tissue oxygenation under anesthesia Resuscitation of patients The treatment of such diseases as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumonia, and pulmonary embolism For the newborn experiencing respiratory distress syndrome The treatment of respiratory burns or poisoning by carbon monoxide and other chemical substances Portable Oxygen Concentrators Currently no portable device capable of producing 99% oxygen continuously Portable oxygen cylinders with 99% oxygen lasts up to 8 hours Percentage of individuals suffering from lung diseases such as c...
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