Efficiently Generate High-Purity Nitrogen Gas for LCMS
Aug 01 2023
More and more laboratories are transitioning from using nitrogen tanks to generating their own high-purity nitrogen in-house to fulfill their inert gas needs. Analytical techniques such as chromatography or mass spectrometry, which are widely used in laboratories around the world, require nitrogen or an otherwise inert gas to concentrate test samples prior to analysis. Due to the high volumes that can be needed, utilizing a nitrogen generator is often more efficient than nitrogen tanks.
Organomation, a leader in the sample preparation industry since 1959, has recently added the NITRO-GEN+ nitrogen generator to their product offerings. The NITRO-GEN+ provides a steady stream of high-purity nitrogen using Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology, making it the perfect solution for those performing LCMS analysis.
The NITRO-GEN+ was designed simply with efficiency and user safety in mind, so you can feel confident in the unit’s ability to meet your lab’s needs.
- Plug-and-play solution: Once initial setup is complete and all parameters are set, just turn the unit on and instantly have high-purity nitrogen whenever you need it. No need for reconfiguration or adjustments.
- Convenient: Integrated air compressors eliminate the stress of sourcing an appropriate compressor to run your generator.
- Safe: Nitrogen is produced at a low pressure and ambient temperature, so you never have to work with hazardous high pressure cylinders again.
- Efficient: The constant, uninterrupted gas supply eliminates delays in your analysis by changing out and adjusting new gas cylinders.
- Purity up to 97%
- Flow rate up to 35 L/min
- Output pressure up to 116 psi (8 bar)
- Noise level: 55 dBA at 1 meter
The NITRO-GEN+ is compatible with all of Organomation’s nitrogen evaporators up to 100 sample positions, as well as most LCMS analyzers on the market. Learn more on how incorporating a nitrogen generator in your lab could improve your workflow and make your analysis more efficient. Please contact Organomation’s sales team with any questions.
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