Maintain your Methods, Prolong your Helium Supply, and Save Your Budget with an Innovative Helium Solution 
20 Nov 2013

Join webinar host Alex Semyonov to learn how to eliminate waste typically observed in standard GC operations by optimizing the flow and usage of helium when your instrument is idle, as well as during the analytical run. Find out how you may extend the lifetime of one helium cylinder to over 14 years and experience significant savings throughout the lifetime of your GC-MS instrument. In this webinar learn how to:

•Alleviate helium supply concerns and extensive supply costs
•Optimize and conserve helium usage while maintaining your validated methods
•Sustain your GC or GC-MS operation for up to 14 years with one cylinder of helium

Thermo Fisher Scientific



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