In military applications, the benefit of sustainment is quite pronounced. We can walk you through some of the issues often faced by ground troops or mobile labs requiring N2 gas for specific, crucial applications:
- Under current procedures and practices of using a high pressure cylinder, the Soldier in the field or in the shop relies on an outside source for an N2 gas supply.
- Overseas especially, this creates logistical, safety, and performance issues with the quality and purity of nitrogen as well as correct connection threading.
- In both of these situations, the Soldier is working with a finite amount of nitrogen. This leads to lost man hours due to supply line interruptions due to changing the N2 source and potential unavailability of nitrogen due to running out unexpectedly.
- Supply line interruption or unavailability seems to be the most prevalent during times that the Soldier is in need of nitrogen the most or has a large work load needing fast turn around times.
- This model generates high purity Nitrogen from the air using a simple mechanical process, on-site and on-demand.
- Nitrogen is produced at a rate of 21 CFH, the equivalent to having a fresh bottle delivered to the site every 11.6 hours.
- The Soldier and shop become a self support solution for N2 gas, eliminating the need for outside supply or changeout of high pressure cylinders.
- This is all done with a simple, flexible system, with specific sub assemblies for easy field repairs if needed.
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South-Tek Systems has extensive knowledge and experience with supplying nitrogen generator units to U.S. military bases throughout the world. Contact the experts at South-Tek Systems to learn how the N2-GEN 4 unit can benefit your application: 888-526-6284.
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