Air generator NG CASTORE XL iQ
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Gas type
nitrogen, air, compressed air
for LC/MS, medical
PSA, membrane
Other characteristics
with touch screen

20 l/min, 40 l/min, 70 l/min (5 us gal/min)

Output pressure

8 bar, 9 bar (116.03 psi)

Gas purity

99.9999 %

Rated capacity

Max.: 2.2 kW (3 hp)

Min.: 1.3 kW (1.8 hp)


The NitroGen series NG CASTORE XL iQ use Membrane technology. They are engineered to transform standard compressed air into a safe, regulated supply of Nitrogen up to 70 L/min with a purity up to 99.9%. This NG series is equipped with a scroll built-in oil less compressor with inverter technology. The new iQ series is equipped with the innovative direct drive motor-compressor system that result in lower noise than the previous version. The exclusive electronic flow control combined with the compressor control by the inverter allows to generate Nitrogen with a higher purity using a smaller volume at less pressure of air which results in reduced energy costs and increase the life time of the compressor. Continuous control of the operating parameters of Nitrogen allows to maintain the system at its maximum efficiency. The CASTORE XL iQ has been developed to meet specific requirements in term of gas, flow, purity and pressure in LC-MS applications. It can be used for the evaporation of solvents in samples being analysed. Compatible with all LCMS 200 cc/min UHP Nitrogen for collision cell Low noise Low maintenance No belts Direct drive Generates nitrogen on demand Exclusive electronic flow control Ultra silent technology: 50 dB(A) Reliable – No vibrations Designed to run 24 hours a day LCMS Solvent evaporation Agilent MP AES


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