Solutions to the world Helium shortage with the H2 generator for GC and GCMS carrier gas
Why change from Helium?
Gas Chromatography can use alternative gases and this is where F-DGSi can help. Helium has dominated gas chromatography due to the level comparison between it, hydrogen and nitrogen. Nitrogen is less efficient than helium and hydrogen has been avoided in the past due to safety concerns with hydrogen cylinders. These concerns are based on hydrogen cylinders being fairly unstable if not stored correctly or containing too much pressure.
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