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Gas Booster Systems

High Pressure Technologies Gas Booster Systems provide a compact, portable source for increasing gas pressures. These Air Driven Gas Booster Systems are shipped assembled and fully tested, ready for turn-key installation. Maximator Gas Booster Systems are an excellent alternative to high pressure stationary type compressors. These high pressure gas boosters systems offer a compact, lightweight design that requires no electrical power or lubrication, thereby providing a more flexible and efficient source for delivering high pressure gas.

Our Gas Booster Systems are capable of compressing most gases including nitrogen, argon, helium and hydrogen up to 36,000 psi. Systems featuring special seals and cleaning can pressurize oxygen to 5,000 psi. Our Gas Booster Systems can be used with, but not limited to, hazardous gases due to the Gas Booster System being modified to ensure vent ports are piped to a common vent connection. Maximator's Gas Booster Systems support a wide variety of compressed gases including hydrogen, natural gas, ethylene, nitrous oxide, neon, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and breathing air.

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Consult High Pressure Technologies for special seals, venting, or cleaning requirements for all gas boosters. In applications where high output pressures are required and the gas supply pressure is low, Maximator gas boosters can be operated in series. High Pressure Technologies supplies Maximator air driven high pressure gas booster combinations in 2, 3 or 4 stage arrangements as complete packages. To achieve higher gas flows, two or more gas boosters can work in parallel as a unit. Consult High Pressure Technologies for more information on these special applications.

Technical Data

Model

Type

Gas Booster Type

System Rating

Min. Suction
Pressure

Weight

MTIG3-30

Inert Gas

DLE30

3,000 psi

175 psi

120

MTIG3-5-30

Inert Gas

DLE5-30

3,000 psi

40 psi

120

MTIG5 75

Inert Gas

DLE75

5,000 psi

300 psi

120

MTIG5-15-75

Inert Gas

DLE15-75

5,000 psi

150 psi

120

MTIG10-75-2

Inert Gas

DLE75-2

10,000 psi

725 psi

150

MTIG10-30-75-2

Inert Gas

DLE30-75-2

10,000 psi

220 psi

150

MTIG15-30-75-2

Inert Gas

DLE30-75-2

15,000 psi

400 psi

150

MTHG3-30

Hazardous Gas

DLE30

3,000 psi

175 psi

120

MTHG3-5-30

Hazardous Gas

DLE5-30

3,000 psi

40 psi

120

MTHG5-75

Hazardous Gas

DLE75

5,000 psi

300 psi

120

MTHG5-15-75

Hazardous Gas

DLE15-75

5,000 psi

150 psi

120

MTHG10-75-2

Hazardous Gas

DLE75-2

10,000 psi

725 psi

150

MTHG10-30-75-2

Hazardous Gas

DLE30-75-2

10,000 psi

220 psi

150

MT02-3-30

Oxygen Gas

DLE30

3,000 psi

175 psi

120

MT02-3-5-30

Oxygen Gas

DLE5-30

3,000 psi

40 psi

120

MT02-5-75

Oxygen Gas

DLE75

5,000 psi

300 psi

120

MT02-5-15-75

Oxygen Gas

DLE15-75

5,000 psi

150 psi

120

  • Pressures to 36,000 psi for most gases / 5,000 psi for oxygen
  • Easy to install and operate
  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Single or double acting and two stage models
  • Double air head available in single and two stage boosters
  • No electrical power required
  • Requires no lubrication
  • Boosters are contaminant free
  • Units can be operated in series or parallel
  • Variety of pressure and compression ratios available
  • Leak testing of pressure components
  • Low pressure gas reclaim from storage bottles
  • Gas charging accumulators
  • Pressurizing gas cylinders and shock absorbers
  • Breathing air systems for scuba and fire department tanks
  • Boosting gas pressures from nitrogen and oxygen generators
  • Gas assist injection molding
  • Boosting gas pressures from vaporized liquid source
 

Please Note:

  • Various other gas booster models can be used to best fit your specific application.
  • Schematic shown is the standard system. Other options may be added or removed as required.
  • The hazardous gas systems have all vent ports plumbed to a common discharge port.
    (This port must be plumbed to a safe vent area)
  • The oxygen systems have all components cleaned for oxygen service.
  • For higher flow rates and/or multiple stages, more than one booster may be used in the system.