Oxygen Generators with Cylinder Filling Plants (CFP)

Overview

OGSI offers a complete line of oxygen generators with cylinder filling plants (CFP’s) added to standard units. These CFPs can be designed to produce medical-grade oxygen of up to 95% purity for most applications, including breathable hospital requirements. OGSI¬†equipment is fabricated in accordance with all relevant codes (ASME, ANSI, NEMA, CE) and can be configured to meet CRN and CSA Standards. Oxygen produced meets the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) XXII Oxygen 93% Monograph as well as European and other Pharmacopeia.

These American-made quality CFP’s produce on-demand oxygen 24x7x365 for a range of medical and industrial uses, and can also be tailor-made to fit special specifications.

Larger CFP's (8-180 cylinders/day)

If you are in an area poorly served (unreliable oxygen supply and/or high prices) by the traditional gas companies, you can fill your own oxygen cylinders.

OGSI CFP's include all the support equipment required such as air compressors, air dryers and oxygen compressors for complete turnkey systems. All models are factory tested, and most are skid mounted.

Complete CFP's, capable of filling 8 to 180 cylinders per day are currently available in standard sizes. The plant size is based on the number of high pressure, 6m3 size (aka. K or H-size) oxygen cylinders the plant can fill in 24 hours. Listed below is a quick reference on the model and size of the plants we offer. Please contact us about custom sizes available too.

  • Model CFP-100 8 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-175 10 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-250 20 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-500 50 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-650 60 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-1000 100 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-1250 120 cyl's/day
  • Model CFP-1800 180 cyl's/day

These plants are designed to be shipped in standard 20 or 40-foot ocean containers for worldwide transit. On-site commissioning & training is available from an OGSI  technician. Electrical power and an enclosure for the plant are all that is required at the customer's site to get started.