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Peak Scientific’s Chairman, Robin MacGeachy, sees first-hand the danger of storing nitrogen in dewars during a recent visit to Australia. Labs can remove the dangers of nitrogen cylinders or nitrogen dewars by using a nitrogen generator to supply their instruments.
Many laboratories in Japan use nitrogen gas for a variety of purposes. If your laboratory requires nitrogen gas for analyses such as LC-MS, ELSD or Sample Evaporation, one of Peak Scientific’s nitrogen gas generators could be the perfect fit for your lab.
To learn what an Electron Capture Detector is, how it works and if it is best to use hydrogen or nitrogen, read on.
Need a nitrogen generator for your laboratory in Germany? Whether you are in Berlin, Munich or anywhere else in Germany, Peak Scientific nitrogen gas generators, backed by local service and support, are used by labs all over the globe. Read on to learn more.
Small flow nitrogen generators generally start at around $5000 and can go up to around $10,000. These are systems typically built for small labs or specialized areas in larger labs. Mid-flow nitrogen generators range anywhere between the price of $10,000 and $30,000. Here is a breakdown of the typical long-term cost of a nitrogen generator.