Our neon-helium purification system is a state-of-the-art refinement system designed to produce pure neon and helium. Based on large scale ASU, the device collects raw material gas from the condensing evaporator of an ASU rectification column before undergoing catalytic reaction, adsorption purification, pressurization, heat exchange and rectification processes. To ensure optimal purity levels are achieved for both gases, our equipment also includes oxygen-adding and hydrogen-removal devices as well as cryogenic rectification oxygen & nitrogen removal units. Finally, filling equipment provides users with a convenient way of storing their purified gas products. In all stages of production our commitment to quality remains paramount in order to guarantee that only the very best product reaches our customers’ hands.
Rare gases such as neon and helium have high value in many applications, but their composition in the air is very low and generally difficult to produce directly. The whole set of equipment is used with a large-scale air separation unit, which can purify neon and helium from non-condensable gases in the air separation unit. The content of helium and helium in the air is particularly low; helium is about 0.0005% and neon is about 0.0018%. It is proposed that this part of the rare gas has great economic value. These two gases are widely used in the aerospace and semiconductor industries.
Our company has developed this neon-helium purification device that has completely independent intellectual property rights. This device uses heat exchange with stand-alone equipment to reduce the energy consumption of the entire system while achieving advanced international technical and economic indicators. The flow of our neon-helium purification device has also been analyzed by HAZOP many times so that it can have high reliability and safety as well as convenient operation and maintenance. We have applied for national patent protection in order to protect this innovative product from being replicated or misused by competitors.