Parker FT-IR Purge Gas Generators are specifically designed for use with FT-IR Spectrometers to provide a purified purge and air bearing gas from compressed air. The generators supply carbon dioxide-free air at less than -100°F (-73°C) dew point with no suspended impurities larger than 0.01 micron. Parker FT-IR Purge Gas Generators are designed to operate continuously 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. These systems completely eliminate the inconvenience and the high costs of nitrogen cylinders and dewars, and significantly reduce the costs of operating FT-IR instrumentation. The gas generators offer cleaner background spectra in a shorter period of time and more accurate analysis by improving signal-to-noise ratio. Features/Benefits • Eliminates the need for costly, dangerous, inconvenient nitrogen cylinders in the laboratory • Compact design frees up valuable laboratory floor space • Improves signal-to-noise ratio even on non-purge systems • Increases FT-IR sample thru-put and maximizes up-time • Recommended and used by all major FT-IR manufacturers • Enhances laboratory safety and generates the required flow rate of purge air, and is certified by CSA, UL, IEC1010 and CE • Prevents running out of gas during instrument operation and eliminates the need for cylinders or nitrogen Dewar flasks • Extremely low cost of operation, no hidden costs (demurrage, maintaining inventory). Payback period typically less than one year • Special sound insulation design ensures quiet operation For more information or a detailed discussion about your specific requirements please contact Parker or an authorized Parker distributor.
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