New Membrane Nitrogen and Air Generator for LC/MS Applications Announced
Jan 01 2017 Comments 0
LNI Swissgas is proud to announce its new MISTRAL ONE, membrane nitrogen and Air generator for LC/MS applications.
The NitroGen series Mistral One are Membrane Nitrogen Generators. They are engineered to transform standard compressed air into a safe regulated supply of Nitrogen with purity up to 99.5%. As option 40 L/min of the compressed air is dried, pressure regulated and available to aliment most of the LC/MS analysers.
The Exclusive electronic flow control allows to generate Nitrogen with higher purity using a smaller volume of air and reducing energy costs and maintenance of external compressor. Continuous control of the operating parameters maintains the system at its maximum efficiency.
The Mistral One with its dual Nitrogen and Air outlets has been developed to meet specific requirements in terms of gas, flow, purity and pressure in LC-MS applications. It can be used for the evaporation of solvents in samples being analysed.
Unique benefit and features include:
- Compatible with all LCMS devices
- Dual Nitrogen and Air generator
- Exclusive electronic flow control
- Generates Nitrogen on demand
- Low noise
- Low maintenance
- Designed to run 24 hours a day
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