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Genius NM32LA Nitrogen Generator

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The Genius NM32LA Nitrogen Generator is Peak Scientific’s proven solution for customers requiring nitrogen for their LCMS application. Extensive testing of the generator by mass spectrometry manufacturers throughout the development process guarantees the best nitrogen solution for your LCMS.

Independent - No external compressor required

Intelligent - High duty and service indication

Quiet - Insulated compressor compartment for minimum disruption

Mobile - Flexibility to position generator where required

Simple Installation - Generator designed as plug & play system

Economical - More cost effective than any other gas supply method

Convenient - Gas on demand, no health hazards, no need to worry about running out of gas

Product Genius NM32LA Nitrogen Generator
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