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A recent study revealed how strong the attraction of flowers can be to mosquitoes. What the GC analysis in the study also showed is that some chemicals present in a specific specie of orchids can repel mosquitoes by their scent – could this help in the development of improved repellent products?
As a highly flammable tasteless, colorless and odorless gas, hydrogen can be a huge cause of concern for many labs. For this reason, hydrogen generators have been replacing more traditional methods of hydrogen gas supply, providing a safer environment in the lab.
With Precision Hydrogen SL, Peak Scientific has engineered a state-of-the-art gas generator for labs requiring hydrogen gas to support their GC flame detector, creating a more streamlined solution for the lab’s workflow.
Gas-fired electrical power is now a growing energy market in Japan, following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami which led to the Daiichi nuclear disaster.
Only one button for start-up and shutdown, with easy user maintenance performed in just one minute – Precision Hydrogen SL is minimalist in design and usability, but not when it comes to safety.