Nitrox CAN BE SIMPLE!!
The system sets up quickly, is portable, and provides a very cost effective way to pump nitrox!
All you need is your existing compressor, an oxygen analyzer, and a cylinder of oxygen.
HP OXYGEN SOURCE
These are typically K or T cylinders, with a working pressure of up to 2400 psi. (User supplied)
This is a conventional high pressure oxygen regulator with a maximum outlet pressure of 120 psi. It is attached to the cylinder valve by a CGA 540 fitting.
This is a locking metering valve. The intent here is to allow the use of the regulatorís pressure adjustment control to determine the O2 percentage of the system, while limiting the maximum oxygen concentration to 40% with the compressor at load.
OXYGEN CONNECTION HOSE
This is conventional low pressure (150 psi WP) oxygen hose .
This comprises the concentric filter/preblender diffuser, the mixing stage, and the oxygen analyzer sensor receptacle. This is to be mounted securely near the compressor, coupled to the compressor intake with a short length of flexible hose which acts as a vibration isolator, in order to protect the O2 sensor. The filter/air inlet surface must have a good clearance all around (1 foot minimum). This must be in a well ventilated area, both for supply of fresh inlet air, and to allow adequate dispersal of oxygen should the compressor be stopped or shut down before the oxygen flow to the blender is stopped.
A small, portable, remote sensor type is recommended, such as the Ceramatec MaxO2, MSA MiniOX I, Teledyne TED-60 or Aquatronics. The sensor body is to have the o-ring seal adapter fitted. (User supplied)
The Nitrox Stik is available for purchase for $2300 (up to 30 CFM compressors)
Call Derek at (808) 392-8252 or email at Derek@NitroxMadeEasy.com for more information.
More information about the Nitrox Stik is available at www.envirodive.com.
Last modified: 07/23/09