Streamline your GC analysis with Precision
Jan 11 2017 Comments 0
For labs performing GC analysis, Peak Scientific have created a true standalone gas delivery solution, the Precision Series of hydrogen, nitrogen and zero air gas generators. These generators can bring workflow benefits and convenience to labs, particularly when compared with gas cylinder supply.
Many labs are currently using helium cylinders to provide carrier gas for their GC, primarily because it has been the traditional method of supply. However, by switching carrier gas from helium to hydrogen, labs are getting a more convenient and cost effective gas supply for their GC. You can find out the seven steps for changing carrier gas from hydrogen to helium here. With a consistent, on demand supply of hydrogen gas from a gas generator, labs need not be concerned with the hassle and cost of gas cylinder deliveries or the price increases associated with dwindling reserves of helium.
Peak Scientific’s Precision Hydrogen gas generators are available in Trace and Standard variants delivering high purity hydrogen gas for GC. The Precision Hydrogen Trace generators come in flow rates ranging from 250cc per minute to 500cc per minute and can be used to deliver both carrier and detector gas whilst the Precision Hydrogen Standard generators deliver from 100cc per minute up to 450cc per minute and are suitable only for detector gas.
With numerous flow rate versions of all Precision gas generator models labs can build a gas solution tailored to their specific GC set up. Engineered with lab space in mind, the Precision Series generators can all be stacked with up to four units at a time, requiring a limited amount of lab floor-space.
For peace of mind in your GC gas supply, you need Precision.
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