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Increase your lab’s productivity with a Precision hydrogen generator

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Peak Scientific Instruments Ltd
Fountain Crescent
Inchinnan Business Park
Scotland, UK

Phone: 0141 812 8100

Email: [email protected]

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PEAK Scientific is the world leader in the manufacture & support of ‭laboratory-grade gas generators. Providing highly reliable and robust solutions, validated by the world's leading instrument manufacturers, for many laboratory applications.

Our commitment is to provide laboratories with a reliable gas generation solution that delivers long term value. We achieve this through exceptional product design and direct, global on-site support that is unmatched in our industry.

With service centers and an extensive network of PEAK-certified field service engineers located across the globe, we’re on hand to support you directly by delivering exceptional service over the life of our products.

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