Plug & Play Nitrogen for LC/MS
Jan 10 2017 Comments 0
The Vici DBS Mistral Evo is a self- contained nitrogen generator that produces LC/MS grade nitrogen with pressure up to 8 bar. It produces nitrogen by utilising a combination of compressors, filtration, and Carbon Molecular Sieve (CMS) technologies. High and low pressure compressors filtered by high efficiency coalescing filters remove all contaminants down to 0.01 micron. CMS subsequently separate the clean air into a concentrated nitrogen stream and oxygen enriched permeate stream, which is vented from the system.
The combination of these technologies produces a continuous on-demand supply of pure nitrogen. Typical applications include LC/MS/MS nebuliser gases for APCI and ESI, ELSD, Turbo Vaps and chemical solvent evaporation. The Mistral Evo has been tried and tested by all the major LC/MS manufactures.
The unique combination of the dual compressor generator ensures that the Mistral Evo has several unique technical advantages over all other existing LC/MS Nitrogen Generators. Nitrogen is produced at low pressure and then compressed to 8 bar resulting in longer compressor life.
The compressor life is guaranteed under the Vici DBS warranty for 8,000 continuous running hours, the longest currently available on the market
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