NITROGEN ISN'T ALL THE SAME. COMPARING TECHNOLOGIES FOR ON-SITE NITROGEN PRODUCTION
Nitrogen remains the most widely used inert gas in many analytical processes and in a variety of laboratory applications. The use of a high-purity gas for the carrier in gas cromatography and for supplying the interfaces of mass spectrometers is one of the key points to avoid noise on the baseline as well as an early maintenance and to obtain accurate and well-calibrated analysis results.
The scenario still breaks down into Hollow Fiber Membrane and Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology.The latter, enhanced by the Fast Purity Claind patent, is able to ensure a significantly longer lifespan than the average, in combination with a low energy impact and nitrogen purity levels of up to 99.999%.