How to do water supply, drainage and fire protection in PSA oxygen generator room

With the development of modern medical technology, many hospitals have begun to build their own oxygen plants to meet the oxygen needs of doctors and patients. Due to the special purpose of the medical oxygen generator room, there are many things to be considered in the planning of the equipment room, such as the layout of the oxygen equipment room, the building structure, water supply and drainage, electrical fire prevention, etc., it need to have a professional and clear plan. This article talks about how to do the water supply, drainage and fire protection of the oxygen generator room.

1. For the production water of the oxygen plant, except that the production gas cannot be interrupted, it is advisable to use one water supply.

2. Cooling water for equipment such as compressors should be recycled, and its water pressure should be 0.15MPa~0.50MPa; the water quality of circulating cooling water should meet the relevant regulations of the current national standard "Design Specification for Industrial Circulating Cooling Water Treatment" GB 50050.

3. The water supply and drainage system of the oxygen plant should be able to discharge all the stored water. A water flow observation device or a drainage funnel should be installed on the pipeline of the circulating cooling water of the compressor, and a water cut-off alarm device should be installed.

4. The fire-fighting water facilities of the oxygen station shall comply with the relevant provisions of the current national standard "Code for Fire Protection in Architectural Design" GB 50016.

5. For rooms with fire hazard and explosion hazard, such as oxygen generator room and oxygen storage tank room, the configuration type, specification, quantity and location of fire extinguishers shall comply with the relevant provisions of the current national standard "Code for Design of Fire Extinguisher Configuration in Buildings" GB 50140.


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