PCI Gases is a supplier of Vacuum Swing Adsorption (VSA) Oxygen Generation Systems for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment applications. PCI manufactures standard systems with oxygen production capacities in the range of 340 lbs per day to 21,000 lbs per day.
VSA Technology To produce oxygen from air, PCI uses a proprietary Vacuum Swing Adsorption (VSA) process that eliminates many of the design problems associated with traditional Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) systems.
PCI has been manufacturing air separation systems for more than 30 years and VSA systems for 15 years. There are over 600 DOCS Systems installed globally in applications such as Ozone Water & Wastewater Treatment.
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This brochure provides and overview of PCI Gases' DOCS VSA Oxygen Generation Systems and the applications for on-site oxygen supply for the water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities. Read more
PCI Gases , a California-based
manufacturer of oxygen generators used
in water and wastewater applications,
conducted an energy study on behalf of
a Southern California municipality. This
study compared life cycle costs of two
technologies—Vacuum Swing Adsorption
(VSA) and Pressure Swing... Read more