Triton Liquid Nitrogen Generator

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Generate Liquid Nitrogen on site with the Triton Liquid Nitrogen Generator. Place next to your application and simply plug in and press start removing the need for costly and inconvenient deliveries of liquid nitrogen.

The technology has huge implications for industrial, medical, cryopreservation and laboratory applications, removing the need for liquid nitrogen tanker deliveries and transportation of LN2 between floors and department buildings. Risk of asphyxiation in elevators is dramatically reduced if the liquid nitrogen is generated in close proximity to the application.

The control system used gives operators all the information necessary to ensure an efficient and consistent supply of liquid nitrogen. Making laboratory life easy.

Interest in the generators, which convert gas to liquid via a cooling mechanism, has grown rapidly in the areas of IVF, Dermatology, NMR, CryoEM, XRD, Gamma Ray detectors, dewar filling, general cryopreservation, artificial insemination, farming, cryotherapy, injection applications, ice-cream making, sports therapy and the semiconductor industry

Manufactured in the UK.

The systems work by extracting nitrogen from the atmosphere and filtering it through a molecular sieve.

The Triton works be lowering the temperature of the gas to -196 degrees, converting it to a liquid.

  • 10 litre per day production
  • 20 litres internal storage tank fitted with medical filters
  • Safe dispense with interlock system
  • Push button control
  • Compact and quiet design

Options: 

  • Additional dispense hose
  • Additional flask
  • O2 depletion monitor

Size:
168cm H x (c/w wheels), 60cm W x, 60cm D

Weight:
120kg

Power:
1500w @ 50Hz, 230VAC 1-Phase (*Other voltages available )

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Generate Liquid Nitrogen on site with the Triton Liquid Nitrogen Generator. Place next to your application and simply plug in and press start removing the need for costly and inconvenient deliveries of liquid nitrogen.

The technology has huge implications for industrial, medical, cryopreservation and laboratory applications, removing the need for liquid nitrogen tanker deliveries and transportation of LN2 between floors and department buildings. Risk of asphyxiation in elevators is dramatically reduced if the liquid nitrogen is generated in close proximity to the application.

The control system used gives operators all the information necessary to ensure an efficient and consistent supply of liquid nitrogen. Making laboratory life easy.

Interest in the generators, which convert gas to liquid via a cooling mechanism, has grown rapidly in the areas of IVF, Dermatology, NMR, CryoEM, XRD, Gamma Ray detectors, dewar filling, general cryopreservation, artificial insemination, farming, cryotherapy, injection applications, ice-cream making, sports therapy and the semiconductor industry

Manufactured in the UK.