A new generation of hydrogen and air generator in 19" format
Mar 01 2017 Read 826 Times
LNI Swissgas is proud to announce the 2nd generation of his dual generator hydrogen + air on a 19" format: the Sx30802U. This new version has been enhanced in many ways: enclosure, reliability, and safety. It is dedicated, but not only, to field FID devices where high purity gas sources are required for full analytical performances with low background noise and very low detection levels.
The first improvement is a reduced volume of 30% by reduction of the device height. This is important when size is a key factor for field locations like for mud logging application in the oil industry. The second set of improvements is related to the water management with a closed loop combining online deionization and filtration. In order to avoid airborne contamination a set of filters installed on an external water tank keeps the water at the highest purity. This impacts directly increase significantly the lifetime of electrolysis cell, because of this the warranty time of this part is now 30 months.
On the safety side the generator can now receive an external network of H2 sensors which can be installed to track hydrogen leaks either in the environment or in the GC oven. Audible and visual warning are directly generated by the device and above 1% H2 same signals are given with the gas generation shut off. More than 17 internal parameters are continuously tracked to insure proper operation of the device.
Other features remain the same: 99.9999% H2 purity, 12 bar pressure, air channel with HC impurities lower than 50 ppb, automatic external water refill, remote operation via external software and a LAN connection.
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