From the 2nd until the 4th of September, Peak Scientific will be exhibiting their full range of laboratory gas generators for LC-MS and GC at the Japan Analytical & Scientific Instruments Show (JASIS) at Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan.
Peak’s Exhibition Manager, Ann McLaren, will be joined by Peak’s expert team of GC and LC-MS gas specialists showcasing the very latest in gas generation technology, namely, the new Precision Hydrogen Trace 250 model at booth 7B-002.
JASIS attendees will be amongst the first to find out more about the Precision Hydrogen Trace 250, its capabilities and its performance. The new Hydrogen Trace model has been engineered to the same exacting standards as the existing range, offering ultra-high purity hydrogen at 99.9999% and is ideal for smaller laboratories with 1-2 GCs. The Precision series generators for GC are a compact, modular stack delivering various gases, hydrogen, nitrogen and zero air at various flow rates, users can select models to create a tailored solution for their application.
Exhibition Manager, Ann McLaren, commented, “We are thrilled to be returning to JASIS. It is always great to see new and familiar faces and to showcase our innovative product line to the scientific community in Asia. We are seeing ever-growing demand in Asia for our generators and this is why JASIS is such an important exhibition for us.”
JASIS 2014 had over 23,000 visitors and this year it is expected that over 30,000 will attend. This, coupled with over 500 exhibitors from the analytical instruments and scientific equipment markets, makes JASIS one of Asia’s most significant exhibitions for analytical and scientific instruments.
For further information, visit www.peakscientific.com.