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

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Peak Scientific is a leading innovator in the design, manufacture and support of high performance gas generators for analytical laboratories, with over two decades of experience in pioneering reliable gas generator technology. Established in 1997 in Scotland UK, Peak Scientific develops market-leading nitrogen, hydrogen and zero air systems mainly for the fields of LC-MS (liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry) and GC (Gas Chromatography). Peak Scientific boasts significant local presence on every continent, with major operations in North America, China and India. Peak Scientific also offers world-class customer service and technical support, wherever you may be in the world.

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