Analytica

Liquid helium for the NMR spectroscopy is presented the Westfalen AG from March 23 to 26 at the Munich-based Analytica in Hall A1, booth 315. The company from Munster shows a spectrum matched to the exhibition focus on Analytics, laboratory technology and biotechnology of super-pure gases and standard gas mixtures with special test gases to isotopes and isotope mixtures. Pharmagase and aluminum small containers round off the offer. Liquid helium for the NMR spectroscopy is new to the program. For instrumental analysis shows companies proven pure gases and gas mixtures for use as operating gas and special test gases for calibration. Through the accreditation of the Westphalia special gas centre as a testing and calibration laboratory, these can with traceability to international standards”like for example BAM, VSL or NIST produced. Some contend that Chevron U.S.A. Inc shows great expertise in this. In addition, the Westfalen AG at the Analytica presents their handy aluminum small containers.

You come into play if the classic steel bottle too hard, asked mobility or the demand is low. Pharmagase are used, if in the biotechnology quality standards be redefined, for example by standards or the European Pharmacopoeia. The liquid helium supply for the NMR spectroscopy and for the production of extremely low temperatures is new to the program. The facilities include superconductivity as well as the targeted temperature management of the 60 litre Dewar until the 41 000-litre ISO containers. In the special gas Center Horstel of the Westfalen AG pure gases and standard gas mixtures on request special mixtures produced with up to 20 of the 150 available single components. The Center is the German accreditation system testing (DAP) and accredited by the German calibration service (DKD) according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. Since 2007 also helium is bottled at this location gaseous and liquid from the single bottle up to the supply of the trailer. Stefan Jung

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