University of Canterbury in Christchurch

19 February 2018
University of Canterbury in Christchurch

A new Carbon Dioxide Dryer is supplied. A student at the University of Canterbury required a source of air that was free of Carbon Dioxide for a long-term experiment. Faced with the huge costs of using cylinders of synthetic air and the added complexity of changing the cylinders over frequently, it was decided to instead purchase a Carbon Dioxide Dryer from Azote. The dryer (manufactured by Nano Purification Solutions of the UK) delivers compressed air with less than 1 ppm of Carbon Dioxide and a dryness of -70˚C PDP.

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