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Air generator PG28L
FT-IRmedicalpurge

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Characteristics

Gas type
air
Applications
FT-IR, medical, purge
Technology
PSA, pressure swing adsorption
Output

28 l/min
(7.3968 us gal/min)

Output pressure

100 psi

Description

The PG28L gas generators from Peak Scientific are suitable for laboratory detectors requiring CO2 free gas such as FT-IR analysis. Using Pressure Swing Adsorption technology to remove organic contaminants and moisture from air, these generators provide a consistent flow of air to ensure little background noise in laboratory analysis. Requiring minimal maintenance, the PG28L does require an external source of air to operate, Peak Scientific will be able to help with recommending a suitable air source if your laboratory does not have one. Features Purge Gas (PG) generators from Peak Scientific produce air which is free of CO2 Ideal for commercial labs with a high throughput rate of samples High performance filters and PSA ensure maximum reduction of moisture (< -70ºC dew point). Few moving parts means minimum maintenance requirements and 24/7 performance Position generator where required, wall mountable for small labs More cost effective than any other gas supply as the FT-IR detector needs a constant flow of gas Completely silent in operation 12 month full comprehensive on-site warranty Site & Installation Gas Outlets Fitting: 1/4” BSP Female Power Consumption: 240 W Voltage: 120 - 240 ± 10% V Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz Current: 0.08 A Particles: < 0.01 µm Accreditations: CE

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