CAI ZAG-6L Zero Air Generator

CAI ZAG-6L Zero Air Generator
by California Analytical Instruments, Inc.


The CAI ZAG-6L has been designed to operate continuously 24hours/ day, 7 days/week to provide a pure air source of “zero air” for use in analytical gas analysis equipment. The ZAG-6L completely eliminates the inconvenience and high costs of precision blended zero air cylinders. This is particularly important with instrumentation which, in addition to zero calibration air, requires pure air fo...read more

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The CAI ZAG-6L has been designed to operate continuously 24hours/ day, 7 days/week to provide a pure air source of “zero air” for use in analytical gas analysis equipment.

The ZAG-6L completely eliminates the inconvenience and high costs of precision blended zero air cylinders. This is particularly important with instrumentation which, in addition to zero calibration air, requires pure air for burner combustion flame ionization detectors and ozone production for chemiluminescence analyzers. In these types of applications requiring a continuous supply of zero air, payback for the ZAG is usually less than six months. The generator is quiet and easy to install requiring only AC power and a source of compressed air. The ZAG-6L will continuously provide up to 6 liters per minute of zero air and requires no consumable supplies or routine maintenance. The unit will meet the specifications for zero air requirements for Inspection and Maintenance emissions test programs.

Features of the CAI ZAG-6L:

  • Less expensive than cylinders
  • Flow Rate 6 Liters/Minute
  • Convenient Wall Mount
  • Pure Air Output <1ppm: CH4 - THC - CO - NOx - CO2 - SO2
  • No Consumable Supplies
  • No Service Required

Product Overview

CAI ZAG-6L Zero Air Generator by California Analytical Instruments, Inc.
CAI ZAG-6L Zero Air Generator

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