Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Cost-efficient Nitrogen System for Single Quad LC-MS Introduced
Jul 11 2018 Read 933 Times
Peak Scientific has introduced a new nitrogen gas solution to the market, Genius SQ 24.
A standalone plug & play nitrogen generator, Genius SQ 24 is a cost-effective solution specifically designed for single quad mass-spectrometers which require up to 24L/min of analytical grade nitrogen gas.
Genius SQ 24 is an ideal solution for these less demanding LC-MS applications, offering a perfect balance of performance and value, with trusted Peak reliability and on-site service coming as standard.
This compact nitrogen generator, which can easily fit under most standard lab benches, delivers analytical grade nitrogen gas, with a variable flow rate of between 3 and 24L/min, at up to 116 psi.
Described by Peak Scientific as ‘The best value nitrogen generator on the market’ the Genius SQ 24 comes with a 12-month comprehensive warranty and has been designed with optimised performance in mind.
Petra Gierga, Product Manager at Peak Scientific, commented: “Genius SQ 24 is a reliable technology solution for labs which require a compact and affordable nitrogen gas supply for their single quad MS. Designed with integrated compressors, the SQ 24 is a standalone ‘plug & play’ generator which takes up minimal valuable lab space.”
The Genius SQ 24 comes backed by Peak Protected global on-premise servicing and technical support and is available to order now.
For more information please visit www.peakscientific.com.
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