Built-in Continuous Oxygen
Native Respiratory Technology in the Skies
The system, which enables Obogs aircraft to produce its own oxygen during flight, increases the oxygen concentration by keeping the nitrogen gas passing through it, through the Zeolite material that functions as a molecular sieve.
The Peak Point of Respiratory Technology
How Does OBOGS Work?
The oxygen concentration of the air leaving the OBOGS unit is constantly monitored and its operation is adjusted to remain within certain physiological limits. Monitoring and monitoring is performed using paramagnetic oxygen sensing technology. The monitor is divided in such a way that failure of the controller and the concentration sensing element cannot endanger the security of the system. In the event of a fault, the OBOGS reaches the maximum setting. There are active protocols in case of failure inside the OBOGS unit.