Discard Cylinders by Generating Your Own Gas
6 Oct 2014

In this application note learn how you can save money, increase your lab safety and simplify your lab management by using a gas generator to produce your own carrier gas. A hydrogen generator can be used to produce carrier gas that gives comparable results to cylinders without the associated risks of storing large volumes of hydrogen in the lab.

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