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Nitrogen Generators for Electronics Manufacture

Dominick Hunter

Nitrogen has a number of uses in the electronics industry. Significant cost savings are achievable with no detriment to product quality. Typical applications which are ideal for using on-site generated nitrogen include dry boxes, burn-in ovens, environmental chambers and reflow ovens. Such applications typically require very low dewpoint nitrogen gas but do not need the ultra-low levels of oxygen content provided by liquefied nitrogen supplies. domnick hunter MAXIGAS nitrogen generators provide clean, dry nitrogen at the required purity, without the need for liquefied nitrogen.

Cost savings
Producing nitrogen from compressed air with MAXIGAS can cut your operating costs significantly. No on-going cylinder costs, ie rental, re-fill, delivery or order processing

Convenient, secure supply
With MAXIGAS, the gas you need is always available on demand, 24 hours a day, eliminating the risk of lost production time due to running out of gas

The right purity
MAXIGAS systems deliver the nitrogen purity your application needs - from 97% to 99.999%. Why pay for high purity if you don't need it?

Space saver
The small footprint of MAXIGAS means that our installations take up less floor space than other systems, allowing you to use it for what it's meant for - producing products and making money

No growing pains
domnick hunter's unique modular design means you can simply add extra banks of MAXIGAS as your business grows and gas requirements change

The safest supply
No worries about safety hazards of storing, handling and changing of heavy high pressure cylinders and no large volumes of cryogenic liquefied gas on site

• Reduced defects
• More reliable components
• Increased flexibility – wider process window
• Improved design specifications
• Reduced cleaning of assembly tools
• Aesthetic appearance – shiny joints
• Improved wettability
• Increased surface tension
• Reduced product returns
• Decreased time to market