Short-cycle adsorption in oxygen stations is an air separation technology based on the use of synthetic zeolite. To obtain gaseous oxygen, granular zeolite is used, which has a special porous structure. When compressed air passes through a zeolite under a certain pressure due to the difference in the charge of oxygen and nitrogen molecules, the adsorbent retains nitrogen and water molecules on its surface, allowing oxygen to pass on. Thus, compressed air passing through the adsorption layer of the zeolite is saturated with oxygen with a maximum concentration of 95.5%.
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