Bystronic will offer sales and distribution for both the NitroCube and NitrO2 products powered by MSSClick image to enlargeBystronic Inc. has entered into an agreement to sell MSS Nitrogen Inc. nitrogen generation and mixing products in the North American market.

Bystronic will offer sales and distribution for both the NitroCube and NitrO2 products powered by MSS; each model will have a specific scope of application based on the requirements of the customer.    

MSS Inc., located in Rockhill, S.C., will supply the Bystronic Nitrogen Generation and Mixing products as well as provide installation, training and service.

NitroCube is a compact nitrogen generation system that provides low cost and high purity Nitrogen, ideally suited to meet the demands of today’s ever-increasing Fiber laser cutting requirements.

NitroCube replaces traditional bulk liquid gas supply and endless long-term contracts. There is no longer any need to transport gas. You only produce as much nitrogen as you actually need, all the additional costs related to rentals, delivery, and replacing cylinders are eliminated.

The NitrO2 mixing product offers the advantage of inline mixing of nitrogen and oxygen to create a custom mixture that both enhances edge quality and increases laser cutting speeds compared to N2 or O2 single supplies. The NitrO2 is compact, portable, mixes in real-time and supports cutting pressures up to 500 psi. A separate mixing vessel is not required.

Bystronic NitroCube and NitrO2 products powered by MSS, offer increased productivity, enhanced edge quality, reduced cost, and maximum profitability for the end user with minimal floor space requirements.

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