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Air generator Solaris 10 ELSD

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Gas type
nitrogen, air
compact, stackable, benchtop

10 l/min
(2.6417 us gal/min)

Output pressure

5.5 bar, 6.9 bar, 9 bar
(79.77 psi, 100.08 psi, 130.53 psi)

Gas purity

99.5 %


Peak Scientific’s Solaris 10 Nitrogen generator has been developed to provide an optimal gas generation solution for ELSD or Compact Mass Spectrometers, with the goal of reducing instrument downtime and improving workflow efficiencies. Engineered with a space-saving design, Solaris 10 can be placed on a benchtop and paired with an additional optional Solaris air compressor unit to provide air supply for labs without an in-house air supply or for those who wish to contain their gas supply in a single system. Features Variable outlet flow, pressure and purity Compact benchtop form factor, discrete aesthetic styling Colour indicative LED lighting for easy status awareness Optional Solaris Air Compressor stackable module Engineered on reliable and proven existing technology Manufactured and tested to highest spec in UK, CE/FCC certified 12 month comprehensive on-site warranty Site & Installation Min Air Inlet Flow: 18-30 Min Inlet Air Quality: ISO8573 - 1:2010 Class 1.4.1 Power Consumption: Up to 23 VA Voltage: 110 / 230 V Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz Current: 0.1 A Heat output: 78 BTU Max Operating Temp: 35°C / 95°F Particles: <0.1μm Contaminants: Phthalate & BHT Free Suspended Liquids: none Accreditations: CE, FCC


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