Two new models added to generator line-up

31st July 2015

Peak Scientific has announced details of two new models in its Precision Zero Air range, offering customers greater choice when it comes to specifying a generator best matched to their flow requirements and budget. The new Precision Zero Air 7L and Precision Zero Air 18L models perfectly complement and expand the existing Precision Zero Air offering, with options ranging from 1.5L/min all the way up to 30L/min flow rates in a common compact footprint. 

As part of the wider Precision range of GC-dedicated gas generators, these new models integrate seamlessly with Precision Hydrogen and Precision Nitrogen models, allowing customers to mix and match modules in a single stack tailored to their specific GC gas needs. Additionally, Peak Scientific also caters for those who do not have their own in-house compressed air supply with the dedicated Precision Compressor which sits neatly within the Precision stack and provides outlet pressure between 120-145psi.  

The new Precision Zero Air models have been engineered to the same exacting standards as the existing range, offering a continuous, consistent and hassle-free source of hydrocarbon-free air to the very lowest detection limits. The 7L and 18L modules are ideal single-source solutions for laboratories with larger number of GC detectors requiring zero air, such as FID, FPD and NPD, sitting neatly in the range between 3.5L and 30L units.  

Designed primarily with reliability and ease of use in mind, the Precision Zero Air range offers customers increased productivity, reduced overhead costs and eliminates the risk of system contamination from poor gas supply. Unlike some other Zero Air generators on the market, there is no expensive catalyst chamber replacement required, so ongoing maintenance costs for the customers are kept to a minimum. 





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