Calibration and bump Test Gas Canisters – Lab Innovations UK

Calibration and bump Test Gas Canisters

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Calibration and bump Test Gas Canisters

Non-refillable cylinders, also known as canisters, are typically used for function testing of gas detection and analytical equipment where portability is paramount or gas usage is relatively low.

Many mixtures, reactive or non-reactive, including all the common quad and test gas variants, are available from stock and bespoke mixtures can be supplied with minimum lead time. Gas mixtures are blended gravimetrically and when combined with Air Products advanced cylinder preparation techniques ensure mixture accuracy, optimum stability and maximum shelf life.

Air Products non-refillable cylinders provide the ideal solution in the following scenarios:

Disposable Test Gas Cylinders for On-Site Function Testing →
Non-refillable cylinders are exceptionally portable and ideal for on-site calibration of gas detectors. Their simple operation enables use by a wide range of plant operators for function testing of portable detection equipment.

Users of small quantities of gas or with limited space →
For low or infrequent usage (such as research or educational institutions) where gas is needed only for specific experiments. Non-refillable cylinders provide a cost-effective solution that avoids the ongoing rental charges associated with refillable cylinders.

Global Users of Specialty Gases →
The lightweight and compact nature of non-refillable cylinders reduces their transport costs dramatically.

Accessorizing within OEM range of gas detectors →
Non-refillables are essential calibration accessories for portable and personal gas detection equipment and make an ideal addition to an OEM range of detector or safety offerings. Private labelling is an option for larger OEM’s or distributors.

The total manufacturing solution ensures complete quality control from the arrival of the raw materials through to the laboratory that carries out final Quality Control checks and analysis of the finished gas mixtures.

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