October 2nd, 2023
Carbon dioxide, or CO2, is one of the most abundant gases on earth. As a result, it is used across a variety of laboratory applications in many industries, from research to biotechnology and beyond. Despite its availability, CO2 gas can present hazards in workplaces, particularly when there is not adequate ventilation, allowing levels to rise too high. While designing your lab gas distribution system, keep these considerations in mind.
August 15th, 2023
Laboratory experiments and testing require stable conditions to produce accurate results. Automatic gas switchover valves can help. Automatic gas cylinder switchovers are devices that automatically switch to a secondary gas cylinder once the primary cylinder has been depleted. They work with nitrogen, oxygen, and other laboratory gases, depending on the needs of your operation. These valves are a low-cost, low-labor, and low-maintenance option to include in any lab design with the goal of creating a more consistent and efficient gas delivery system.
July 21st, 2022
Industrial, academic, and private laboratories use nitrogen, oxygen, and other gases to complete an extensive range of applications. For delicate processes to succeed, gas flow must be steady, consistent, and constant. Interruptions caused by cylinders depleting during off-hours or changing a gas canister manually can have a negative impact on your operation’s outcome. Luckily, there is an easy solution to help you avoid these delays and disturbances: automatic gas cylinder switchovers for laboratory equipment.