The 'space-saver' Hydrogen + Air generator from LNI Swissgas
Jan 11 2017 Read 1065 Times
The FID dual Gas is an all-in-one generator for both hydrogen grade 5.0 (or 6.0) and a Zero Air dedicated to GC-FID analytical devices.
Main unique benefits of this dual generator are first, to avoid analytical background noise, allowing very low detection levels of a FID system and for CARRIER GAS applications, secondly to remove all the logistics and costs associated with gas cylinders and, finally, to save space on the bench.The breakthrough design provides a very low footprint benefit. The FID tower uses the latest multilayer Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM), which performances are appreciated in many thousands of places worldwide, and even recommended from leading GC manufacturers and GC specialists.
Top of the range specifications of this generator are derived from the model designed for standard laboratories: Models available from 120 cc/min H2 flow up to 700 cc/min H2 flow, 99.999% purity, pressure up to 10 bar (or Models available from 180 cc/min H2 flow up to 1300 cc/min H2 flow, 99.9999% purity, pressure up to 16 bar), high safety features including more than 10 warnings and alarms with automatic generator shut-off with also an exclusive shock sensor. I/O board, Autorefill are included as standard. Cascading capabilities (parallel mode) and H2 sensor are available as options.
The optional air generator with 1500 cc/min flow, removes HC impurities down to 0.1 ppm and provides the perfect zero air to feed the FID / FPD detectors.
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