The SG 920 ensures continuous gas flow to downstream applications by automatically switching gas supply from a primary cylinder bank to a reserve cylinder ban
New technology from companies like Parker Hannifin allows you to generate hydrogen gas in your lab, providing a safe alternative to helium for gas chromatography
System designed for durability, easy installation
Learn how to ensure your lab is practicing safe gas handling
Liquid nitrogen is used in many laboratory operations, especially in medical, health care, and related facilities.
As the ongoing search for helium continues worldwide, the community of analytical chemists often finds itself entangled in the debate of helium versus hydrogen in the field of gas chromatography
Compressed gas accidents occur too frequently and usually produce serious consequences.
Using compressed gases in the laboratory can be dangerous if they are not handled properly. Many gases can be explosive, flammable, corrosive, and toxic. Because the gases are under high pressure in tanks and cylinders, any release of gas can spread quickly and endanger lab personnel—including the possibility of
death from explosion or asphyxiation. Less-deadly safety risks include physical injuries from mishandling tanks, especially to the hands, feet, and lower back.