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  • FID Tower: On-Demand Hydrogen and Air, Bench Space to Spare

FID Tower: On-Demand Hydrogen and Air, Bench Space to Spare

Mar 06 2018 Read 746 Times

Continuous GC gas Supply (no helium, hydrogen and zero air cylinders)

Deionised water is automatically loaded from smart internal system tanks with a 3 litre capacity, providing up to 3000 litres of H2 before a refill is required.

Improves workplace safety and lab efficiency

Ultra high purity carrier grade gas with highly sophisticated software control and safety alarm capability. It gives the GC user the option for on-demand hydrogen gas while managing safety concerns. Flow rate from 100 to 1000 mL/min

Increases GC performance and sensitivity

Hydrogen is produced using distilled or deionised water from hydrolysis, through a polymer membrane.

Electrolytic dissociation separates the water into its two main components: hydrogen ready for analytical use, and oxygen that is released into the air.

Ultra high gas purity without the use of dessicants, caustics or palladium.

VICI’s titanium technology generates +99.99996% gas purity without the use of dessicants, caustics or palladium. No acid or alkaline solutions are used in the hydrogen generation cycle and the patented automatic drying system ensures the maximum grade of hydrogen purity.

Unique touch-screen control with state-of-the-art Titanium cell technology

With its highly sophisticated software control and safety alarm capability it provide the GC user with on-demand hydrogen while overcoming the safety concerns.

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