Gas generators deliver particular gases to specific instruments in the laboratory. Systems are available for many different gases including hydrogen and nitrogen. Though the up-front costs of gas generators can be high, replacing your gas cylinders with a gas generator can lead to increased convenience and decreases in overall costs. Gas generators are also safer as they limit the amount of flammable and compressed gas in your lab. There are many factors to consider when choosing which gas supply option is best for your laboratory and application.
In this eBook, you'll learn about:
- Questions to ask when buying a gas generator
- Why lab gas generators are a safe choice
- How to prolong the lifespan of your gas generator
- Helium shortage 4.0: how to adapt
- Hydrogen and nitrogen gas generators in GC-MS and LC-MS