i-FlowLab: A total nitrogen solution for your laboratory
Oct 04 2017 Read 633 Times
i-FlowLab from Peak Scientific provides a total laboratory solution for on-site generation of nitrogen gas, delivering a continuous and consistent supply of high-purity nitrogen at the required pressure and flow rates to meet the full and varying demands of your laboratory or research facility.
Engineered around PSA technology, i-FlowLab is available in various pre-configured specifications to suit specific flow and purity demands. The i-FlowLab generator can provide nitrogen at flow rates from 21 l/min - 4253 l/min and contains an oxygen analyzer allowing for the continuous monitoring of oxygen content in PPM or as a percentage. Purities are specified at time of system design to meet the needs of the application up to 99.9995%.
This versatile generator can supply nitrogen gas for various and simultaneous applications including Sample Evaporation, ICP, ELSD, CO2 Analyzers, FT-IR, TOC, GC and LC-MS. i-FlowLab also benefits from a modular, scalable design enabling it to expand to meet your gas demand and making it a true total nitrogen solution for your laboratory.
As with all Peak Scientific products, i-FlowLab comes with our full comprehensive market-leading warranty meaning that every part of your i-FlowLab generator is covered during warranty. While other manufacturer warranties may only cover certain components or require the return of your generator to the factory for repair, leaving you without gas for weeks or even months, we carry out any repairs necessary at your lab, minimizing downtime and protecting your workflow.
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