Filling Stations Solutions

Gas Filling Stations

Cylinder Filling Stations

When your application calls for high-pressure gas, you simply have a process that requires heavy draws for short periods of time or you require storage, a cylinder filling station could be the right solution for you. On Site Gas Systems supplies gas filling stations as optional packages with both nitrogen generators and oxygen generators and straight compressed air filling stations if needed.

For oxygen and nitrogen cylinder filling we size the correct nitrogen generator or oxygen generator for your needs. We balance this against a cylinder-filling compressor and then supply you with the required amount of high-pressure cylinders all connected to form a storage bank sized for your needs.  We have various gas bottle sizes and pressure-rated cylinders to choose from and will help you select the one that best suits your needs.

Gas Filling Stations Features & Benefits

The filling systems are totally automated and can either be static systems where gas bottles refills are permanently manifolded into the system or a traditional cylinder filling station where cylinders are manually loaded for filling to then be located to the point of use.

We can achieve pressures of up to 350 bar with our nitrogen or air filling systems and up to 200 bar with our oxygen filing systems.  On Site Gas will work with you to design the right system for you and will supply all the requried components and take care of the installation.  Our technicians are all qualified tube benders and trained in high pressure gas applications.

Convenient & Safe
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Fast Return on Investment
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Oxygen System Layout & How It Works

Compressed air enters one of the two sieve beds containing a proprietary sieve material. As the air passes through thesieve, the nitrogen is captured and the oxygen passes through to be gathered and stored in the oxygen surge tank foruse. Upon saturation the first sieve bed releases the nitrogen, while the second sieve bed starts the process all over again