10th December 2019
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.
Smaller, Simpler, Safer: Streamline your GC workflow with Precision Hydrogen SL
Many labs performing GC-FID use hydrogen gas cylinders for their analyses. This has been the more traditional method of supplying laboratory grade gas to GC instruments and flame detectors. However, by switching to an on-site hydrogen generator, labs benefit from having the convenience of gas flow available 24/7.
Producing hydrogen gas with a hydrogen generator means labs can have a consistent and dependable supply of gas. This way, analysists performing GC-FID will have peace of mind knowing there will be no disruption imposed on their analyses due to a gas supply shortage or a delay in a delivery – issues that can often occur when relying on gas cylinders.
Opting for a hydrogen generator is also the more cost-effective alternative to bulk gas delivery. By having an on-site hydrogen generator producing gas on-demand, labs will no longer have to face the fluctuating costs of bulk gas supply and can also eliminate the hassle and additional costs associated with gas cylinder delivery, rental and installation.
Peak Scientific’s Precision Hydrogen SL
Specifically designed to support GC flame detectors, Precision Hydrogen SL is a compact and space-saving hydrogen generator offering labs streamlined simplicity. Hydrogen gas at 99.9995% purity is produced at a single push of a button with only simple user-friendly maintenance required periodically. Available in both 100cc and 200cc, Precision Hydrogen SL removes the worry of running out of gas and expensive running costs.
Easy to use and simple to maintain, Precision Hydrogen SL is a convenient and cost-effective alternative to a hydrogen gas cylinder. A reliable gas supply for your GC detector flame, Precision Hydrogen SL is designed to meet your lab’s gas requirements with confidence and consistency.
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