F-DGSi LCMS N2 Generator: A Step Ahead Towards the Future
Jan 15 2018 Read 324 Times
F-DGS I has taken huge steps to improve the functionality of its LCMS N2 generators.
We have re-designed its core range of LCMS N2 gas generators and implement a series of unique features, such as, remote monitoring, diagnostics, remote start –stop though our intelligent touch screen controls and end user benefits, making our LCMS N2 range, the most complete one and the best in the market.
Our LCMS Nitrogen gas generators are quieter, more efficient, technically advanced in terms of safeguards and offer the user more functionality in control than anything else on the market
We also offer both PSA and Membrane technology depending on the application and end user preference
The flow rate range allows single or multiple instruments to be supplied.
You will have the most diversified and complete portfolio in gas generators of all competitors.
IQ/OQ documentation, full service support from specification to physical installation on site, as well as the on-going preventative maintenance of the entire package, provide complete peace of mind when using an F-DGSi product.
Features and Benefits
HMI touch screen technology: to display the process in real time, inlet/outlet pressure and status of the unit
Built in with air compressor with quiet operation
Audible and alarm display with help menu and history log
Visual maintenance indication with alarm and history log
Energy saving mode: enables the compressor to switch off when N2 supply is not required
Remote access to screen using internet via USB port for remote diagnostics
We feel confident that we offer the best gas generators on the market.
F-DGSi: The partnership that keep the Gas Flowing.
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