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Laboratory Gas Generators

A laboratory gas generator produces the desired chemical gas from readily-available substrates. For instance, a nitrogen generator produces high-purity nitrogen from compressed air, while a hydrogen generator produces hydrogen from ionized water and electricity.

A gas generator is a cost-effective alternative to pressurized gas cylinders or bulk gas storage. Conventional sources of gas require regular delivery and incur handling costs. A gas generator supplies a reliable, simple on-demand solution without major logistical issues or safety concerns.

Having a gas generator means not having to deal with volatile, fluctuating gas prices, making this piece of equipment a long-term investment.

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