Title: Optimize Your Lab’s Performance with On-Site Nitrogen Gas Generation
Date: Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Participants who attend the Live Webcast will receive a Professional Development Seminar Certificate of Completion issued by Proton OnSite.
As laboratories and technologies change, it is important to examine how we supply the gases needed within the laboratory. This webcast will examine the role of nitrogen generators for your LC–MS instruments, and how to optimize your laboratory while saving money on electricity, air conditioning, downtime, and headaches. In addition, we will discuss how gas generators can avoid interruptions from lack of availability, delivery issues, or breakdowns that can be associated with the use of bottled gases. This webcast will focus on how on-site nitrogen generators provide a steady stream of nitrogen gas to your laboratory equipment and the steps that can be taken to put in a large laboratory and building sized system. In particular, we will review advantages of on-site laboratory gas generation, including:
- The ability to have a set cost year after year
- Decreases in operating budget by decreasing maintenance costs
- Maximizing safety for equipment and employees
- 24/7 supply
Key Learning Objectives:
- Learn how nitrogen generators work
- Gain an understanding of which applications are best suited for on-site nitrogen gas generation
- Understand the benefits of installing a large laboratory or building-sized nitrogen generator rather than multiple smaller generators
Dave Russ has an extensive background in providing on-site gas generation solutions for a diverse range of applications. He received his Bachelor’s degree in management information systems and Entrepreneurship from Central Michigan University in 2004. Since graduating, Dave has worked for several gas generator manufacturers and has over 10 years of experience providing gas generator support to laboratory and industrial customers across the globe. Currently, he is strategically involved in Proton OnSite’s laboratory product development while acting as a Regional Manager for the Midwest US.