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Uttam Group sets up eight oxygen plants in Delhi

The production capacity of these oxygen generation plants is between 300 to 500 LPM

Uttam Group of Companies has installed eight oxygen generation plants in eight different locations in Delhi and surrounding areas. France has chosen Uttam Group to deliver, execute and maintain their gift of eight oxygen generation plants to the Government of India. The oxygen plants have been set up at Dharamshila Naraina Cancer Hospital, Apollo Hospital, BL Kapoor Memorial Hospital, Air Force Station Palam, Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Raja Harish Chandra Hospital, Ambedkar Nagar Hospital and TIMS in Hyderabad.

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Karan Bhatia, CEO, Uttam Group, said: “The hospital infrastructure in India is majorly dependent on external sources for oxygen supply, Large hospital setups are running on liquid oxygen tanks installed in their premises, but small hospitals are managing with their cylinder banks depending on gas suppliers, The plants will make the hospitals self-reliant for their oxygen requirement.”

The Government of NCT of Delhi has placed an order of 21 oxygen generators with the Uttam Group. Recently, all these units were installed in various government hospitals in Delhi. The production capacity of these oxygen generation plants is between 300 to 500 LPM. These units have been manufactured by Novair France.

Uttam Group has been working very closely with the Indian armed forces. It has supplied a specially designed oxygen generator for DRDO, which is successfully operating at over 16,000 ft altitude.

DGAFMSD has also placed an order for 35 units of military-grade oxygen generators for the Indian Army from the 20th of May onwards to various army locations. These generators are NATO grade.

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