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Never Run out of Gas Again

Dec 15 2006 Read 2040 Times

Analytical gas is not always given the importance it deserves since it provides a vital function in most laboratories, applications include gas chromatography, mass spectrometry, TOC and FID.

domnick hunter offers a range of laboratory gas generators including Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Clean Dry Air, CO2 Free Air and Zero Air.

The generators use Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology to separate the product gas from normal compressed air, which makes them a much more cost effective solution than cylinders.

Gas generators also overcome hazards posed by storing and handling high-pressure containers, making the laboratory a safer place. Additionally an on-demand supply of analytical gas means no risk of gas shortages interrupting analyses or affecting test results.

The new Hydrogen MD generator from domnick hunter employs unique micro dryer technology to maximise hydrogen cell longevity, this means the generator is amongst the most reliable available. Ultra high purity hydrogen is delivered at flowrates ranging from 0.16L/minute to 0.5L/minute and is ideal for GC/MS carrier gas and combustion detector fuel gas applications
An eight stage explosion protection system gives unmatched levels of operator safety.

The generators are compatible with all major instruments for increased stability and greater reproducibility of results.

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