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IATT Launch a Comprehensive Range of Onsite Laboratory Gas Generators

26 January 2015

The New AiroGen® Onsite Laboratory Gas Generators offer a safe, easy to use, economical and efficient technology for high purity H2, N2 and ZERO AIR analytical grade laboratory gases on demand – High Purity Hydrogen and Nitrogen Gases where you need them when you need them without the need for gas cylinders.

IATT Onsite Laboratory Gas Generators offer a comprehensive service which includes the selection of the correct Laboratory Gas Generator for your analytical needs together with the compressed air supply and pre-treatment required. We offer turnkey projects which provide you with a ready to use system with the minimum of disruption to your laboratory services.

The New AiroGen® Range includes: Hydrogen Generators, Nitrogen Generators, Zero Air Generators, Air & Gas Systems, Compressed Air Supply Systems and Compressed Air Treatment.

Everything that is need to generate high purity laboratory gases onsite for all of your analytical applications can be supplied, installed and serviced.

IATT also provide Rapid Responsive Maintenance programmes for laboratory Compressed Air Supplies, Air Treatment and Laboratory Gas Generation equipment. Our team of factory trained engineers are located throughout the UK and will always ensure to minimise laboratory downtime.

IATT offers a range of Maintenance Contracts to cover laboratory compressed air treatment and laboratory gas generation systems. UK wide services by our factory trained engineers include spare parts, system function/upgrades and integrity checks. 


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