MRPL Takes a Huge Step to Fight Covid: Will Soon Establish 5 Oxygen Generating Plants

MRPL Takes a Huge Step to Fight Covid: Will Soon Establish 5 Oxygen Generating Plants

Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd ( MRPL) during the first Covid wave, had supported district administration with food kits, sanitisers, masks, travel arrangement for migrant workers and food for the unorganized sector and destitute. Now, MRPL has decided to establish five oxygen generation plants in Dakshina Kannada and the rest of Karnataka to support the state governments fight against the second wave of the Covid pandemic.
As guided by MP Shri Nalin Kumar Kateel and District administration,  MRPL will be setting up a 930 litres per minute plant in government Wenlock Hospital. Shell MRPL Aviation (SMA) which is a joint venture between MRPL and Shell will be contributing Rs 75 lac for this initiative. MRPL has already placed order for this unit on M/s Summits Hygronics Private Limited for a order value of Rs 1.12 Crores. This plant will be 56M3/Hr capacity (930 leters per minute). This system will have Compressors, PSA Tank, Filters, Tanks, Dryers etc and will ensure Oxygen Pressure of 4 bars with purity of 93 +- 3 which should be sufficient to meet the Medical Oxygen requirement.
In addition, MRPL will also be setting up four more oxygen generation plants in four different places in the state as guided by the Government of Karnataka.
MRPL MD M Venkatesh said, “MRPL is committed to supporting the citizens of our district, state and nation at large during this unprecedented crisis and we shall back wholeheartedly the endeavours of honourable MOPNG and honourable MP and the district administration.

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