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Pressure Swing Adsorption PSA nitrogen gas generators are capable of producing high purity nitrogen gas from a single simple commodity, air. This purity can also be acquired through cryogenic systems, however, these are considerably more complex and expensive so can only be justified where consumption is extremely high compared to alternitive PSA nitrogen systems.
One of the core technologies in many nitrogen gas generators today is Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA), using Carbon Molecular Sieve (CMS) adsorbent. In the process of pressure swing adsorption nitrogen generation, a highly efficient CMS method is used to generate a high purity nitrogen gas from a compressed air source.
Today, the Queen of Britain has announced the winners of the Queen's Awards for Enterprise, recognising UK based businesses and their contribution to international trade, innovation and sustainable development.
For GC carrier gas it has long been assumed that there are only two viable options, helium or hydrogen. In recent times, however, there has been more and more evidence revealing the proficiency of nitrogen as a suitable carrier gas for GC.
Peak Scientific's Australian team were in great spirit at the SIA laboratory managers and design conference in Melbourne, Australia on 18th and 19th of November.