When gases are used in significant volumes, a centralized gas delivery system is a practical necessity. A well-conceived delivery system will reduce operating costs, increase productivity and enhance safety.
Additionally, a centralized system will allow the consolidation of all cylinders into one storage location. With all the cylinders in one place, inventory control will be streamlined and cylinder handling will be simplified and improved. Gases can be separated by type to enhance safety. The frequency of cylinder change outs is reduced in a centralized system. It is achieved by connecting multiple cylinders to manifolds in banks in such a way that one bank can be safely vented, replenished and purged while a second bank provides continuous gas service. This type manifold system can supply gas to multiple applications and even entire facilities, eliminating the need for separate cylinders and regulators for each point of use.
Automatic changeover systems are designed to monitor and maintain a continuous gas supply. Changeover occurs automatically when one bank is depleted.
Fully automatic changeover manifold controls gas delivery from two independent banks of cylinders. Changeover between banks occurs automatically when one bank is depleted, ensuring a continuous and uninterrupted supply of gas.