Our exclusive ACUBLEND technology enables Air Liquide to produce identical and homogeneous gas mixtures in as many separate cylinders as desired. Identical gas mixtures in separate cylinders have proven valuable by permitting the user to connect such cylinders to a common manifold, or allowing cylinders having identical concentrations to be used in separate work areas.
Benefits of Using Scott Brand ACUBLEND Mixtures
- Short production time results in fast delivery.
- Identical concentrations can be used with multiple process streams at various locations to ensure identical calibration.
- Zero Blend Tolerance results in receiving exactly the concentration you ordered.
- Completely homogeneous mixtures improve the accuracy and dependability of ACUBLEND mixtures.
- A virtually unlimited supply of identical mixtures-from cylinder-to-cylinder and batch-to-batch-eliminates the need for recalibration due to variations in specialty gas mixture concentrations.
ACUBLEND gas mixtures of identical concentration are ideally suited for six-pack service. Typically, customers using this service consume gas from four cylinders (through a common manifold) that leaves the remaining two cylinders available for emergency and additional supply until the six-pack is replaced with another of identical concentration.
Zero Blend Tolerance
ACUBLEND can produce a gas mixture having a unique feature called Zero Blend Tolerance. Zero blend tolerance means no difference between certified and requested concentration.
Why Is Zero Blend Tolerance Important?
Zero Blend Tolerance simply means "no deviation from ordered concentration," in that the concentration we produce for you is the same as the concentration you requested. Zero Blend Tolerance is a very useful feature for those applications where you need a calibration standard at an exact, specified concentration, or where a new calibration standard that you order must match up exactly with your existing ACUBLEND Master Class mix currently in use. Repeat orders can perfectly duplicate prior orders and cylinders can be interchanged with no harm to your process.