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Gmix precision gas mixing stations

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Product description

The Gmix precision gas mixing station was especially developed for applications which demand the highest possible precision and reproducibility of a gas mixture.

The gas mixture station may be supplied in various configurations with one output (up to four outputs as an option). The gas mixture of up to four gases can be individually adjusted for each output.

All gas inputs may be allocated as desired with the gases of air, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide and are factory-calibrated for these gases. Up to six gases may be included in the calibration with a freely selectable allocation. Other gases are possible on request. The units can be pre-selected to mln/min, ln/min and ln/h.

The Gmix gas mixture station is available as an extension to both OmniFerm® and RAMOS® and as an independent system.

The areas of application for a precision gas mixture station include all forms of biological fermentation in which individual and highly accurate gas mixtures must be used. The gas mixture station is able to be additionally used in physical equipment and trace gas analysis due to its highly precise gas mixture. A further use is the calibration of gas sensors.
Good measurements are only possible to be achieved for exhaust gas analysis in fermenter systems with the use of a precision gas mixture station.

Flows and percentages are displayed and set in a self-explanatory dialogue form. The concentrations are maintained at a constant level by high-quality mass flow meters (no multiplex operation!). As a result, particularly even and accurate dosing is guaranteed. Only very little space is required to be taken up thanks to the compact design.

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Hall 19, Stand B82

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