New Gas Range Specifically for Analytical Users
Jul 26 2016 Read 1378 Times
Air Products’ Experis® gas range has been developed specifically for the analytical user and offers mixture stability, certification and traceability to meet even the most stringent analytical needs.
Air Products' range of Experis® speciality gases includes our fully certified reference gas mixtures, produced at our own state-of-the-art accredited laboratory in accordance with the international standard ISO 17025. Our range of calibration mixtures meet the most stringent demands for accurate and traceable calibration for a range of markets including automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, natural gas and environmental industries.
Our own accreditation and key partnerships means the Experis® range of gases fully comply with market requirements for accredited mixtures used for instrument calibration. When you use Air Products’ certified reference gas mixtures, you can concentrate on what you do best and enjoy complete peace of mind.
Traceability, accuracy and complete peace of mind
By using certified reference gas mixtures, which are characterised by lower uncertainty levels, you’ll get more accurate and reliable analytical results. Lower uncertainty levels enable potential cost savings when used to calibrate billing systems. The direct traceability to internationally recognised standard units and reference materials from the National Metrological Institute, is an additional guarantee of quality.
- Multi-component mixtures
- Certified by ISO 17025 accredited laboratories
- For the most stringent analytical needs
For air emissions monitoring Air Products’ comprehensive ISO 17025 accreditation scope is optimised to serve our customers in the environmental monitoring sector. It is now possible to source calibration gas mixtures containing all of the components NO, SO2, CO and CO2 in the same cylinder, certified by an ISO 17025 accredited calibration laboratory. This provides users with a number of important technical, safety, and cost benefits over more commonly available binary gas mixtures.
Calibration using traditional binary mixtures can lead to errors in the analysis of stack gases due to cross-sensitivity effects, hence the value of these products in all aspects of EN 14181 compliance. Calibration using binary mixtures often does not take into account cross sensitivity effects. These same errors can also prove expensive during emissions trading processes.
Improved safety and storage
When working with gas mixtures, the manual handling of cylinders represents one of the major health and safety concerns. Now, multi-component mixtures means you can potentially reduce the number of cylinders you use by as much as 75%. This reduction facilitates a smaller gas control equipment inventory, and therefore less equipment maintenance. It also means less set up time on site.
Multi-component mixtures do not need to cost more than the combined costs of individual binary mixtures. And, by reducing the need for cylinder rental charges, cylinder transaction fees and administration, they can provide significant cost savings.
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