Total Laboratory Gas Solution on Show at Arablab and Pittcon
Dec 15 2006
The range includes ultra high purity (UHP) Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Zero Air and CO2 Free Air.
Laboratory gas generators provide high quality analytical gases from a compact on-site source. A gas generator gives increased security of supply without any risk of gas running out at crucial points in the analysis. Minimal low-pressure stored gas volumes and integral safety alarms provide a safer solution compared to heavy, high pressure containers that require careful storage and handling. What's more gas costs are a fraction of those from cylinders and bulk liquid.
domnick hunter will be exhibiting a selection of LCMS nitrogen generators which includes a variety of systems designed especially to exactly meet the gas requirements of specific LCMS instruments. Even users of instruments requiring multiple gases can be assured of a reliable on-demand gas supply from a generator providing all the right gases already pre-programmed to the correct pressure and purity.
If your interests lie more in GC analysis, domnick hunter also provides a comprehensive range of high purity nitrogen and hydrogen generators for carrier, make-up and fuel gas. The domnick hunter ultra high purity hydrogen generator range offers unrivalled levels of safety through a unique seven-stage safety system. The models of Hydrogen and Zero Air generators can be easily and safely stacked to give a compact, combined solution that is perfect for GC-FID.
2007 will be the eighth consecutive ArabLab at which domnick hunter has exhibited. ArabLab attracts visitors from right across the Middle East and to reflect the popularity and importance of the show in the analytical calendar, this year domnick hunter will be present with a vastly extended booth.
Pittcon is the most significant exhibition for the North American scientific community. domnick hunter will hold various competitions and promotions during the show, visitors should call at the booth for more details
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