Laboratory Gas Articles

  • Analox partner Azote attend leading Trade Show Foodtech Packtech

    Azote Industrial Gas Solutions, based in New Zealand, provide on-site nitrogen and oxygen generators across a wide range of applications and will be attending this year’s renowned FoodTech PackTech (FTPT) exhibition in Auckland from 18th – 20th September. The 3 day event hosted at ASB Showgrounds, Auckland is New Zealand’s ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Gas Safety in the Laboratory

    Modern laboratories use a number of gases as part of their daily operations. This blog details two of the most common methods of laboratory gas supply, and their associated safety risks and benefits. A number of gases are used in laboratories to support various applications such as Chromatography (GC and LC-MS) Spectroscopy, ELSD and Sample Preparation, to name just a few. Helium, hydrogen and ...

  • What happens to whisky in the bottle?

    With the second ever International Scotch Day being held on the 8th of February, we thought we'd take a look at a little bit of science in relation to whisky - the old bottle effect (OBE). The whisky professor at scotchwhisky.com has provided some insight into the old bottle effect and the different effect it has on whisky to wine. Old Bottle Effect is, in short, the idea that beverages flavor ...

  • What sets Peak apart from the Competition?

    When buying a gas generator you are making an investment in the workflow of your laboratory, so choosing your generator is an important decision. At Peak Scientific, we pride ourselves on our customer service and that encompasses everything from making sure that our generators are of the highest quality to hiring people who embody our values and always go the extra mile for our ...

  • How to pick a good generator

    Cylinders and Dewar tanks are extremely inconvenient and costly to replace, but they also come with some safety risks. Now, more and more laboratories are beginning to use gas generators to replace those cylinders or their liquid nitrogen, because generators are both safe and convenient. ...

  • Multipass Gas Cell: Looking Back and Looking Forward

    Multipass gas cells were bulky laboratory tools half a century ago. Improvements in lasers, photonics, and computing have made them more compact and powerful instruments invaluable for missions from exploring Mars to checking for traces of narcotics and for environmental ...


    By IRsweep AG

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