Carrier Gas Migration Services

Helium is a finite resource, and today the entire laboratory environment is facing one of the most prolonged shortages in the history of global helium supply.

Many laboratories are switching from gasses used traditionally to other suitable and sustainable alternatives.  In many cases, Helium can be substituted by Hydrogen or Nitrogen, both of which are readily available and relatively inexpensive. Converting from Helium to Hydrogen or Helium to Nitrogen, are two such scenarios, suitable alternatives to inconsistent Helium gas supplies.

Overbrook Carrier Gas Migration Services can make the transition during gas migration less complicated, less costly, safe and painless.

The Van Deemter Curve depicts the relative carrier efficiencies of Nitrogen, Hydrogen and Helium.

 Van Deemter Curve