GASPRO : High Pressure. High Performance.
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Get the best for the least
With our leasing offer, the high performance gas sorption analyzer GASPRO is made more accessible than ever.
GASPRO is a fully automated solution for obtaining High Pressure gas sorption properties of materials. It is ideally suited for Energy & Environment applications like hydrogen storage, CO2 capture and sequestration, sorption onto geological substrates, and other porous solid characterization.
Thanks to our partnership with the Grenke Financial Group, we can work flexibly with you to provide a leasing solution to meet all of your instrument and servicing needs.
WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE ENABLING A VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS
From sub-ambient operations up to 500 °C
VARIETY OF MODES OF OPERATION
ability to combine PCT, kinetics and cycle-life modes to 200 bar all in one instrument and operation
PRECISION MEASUREMENT OF SMALL SAMPLES
using the patented microdoser option (US8132476) to inject small doses of gas on the sample
EXTERNAL CALORIMETER COUPLING CAPABILITY
to simultaneously analyze gas sorption and heat flow, and understand the strength of gas-solid interactions
Don’t miss out on the benefits of leasing:
DIVERSIFY YOUR FUNDING SOURCES
Financial leasing is a method of acquisition. It is a source of financing not to be neglected. You increase your purchasing power
CONTROL YOUR BUDGET
From 12 to 63 months, you choose your rental period. From the beginning to the end of the contract, you know the amount of your leasing fees and you control your budget.
PRESERVE YOUR CASH FLOW
You smoothen the investment over time. Zero VAT advance. Use your cash to invest in your core business.
REDUCE YOUR INDEBTEDNESS
Financial leasing is recorded in your company’s income statement. It is an operating expense that has no impact on your balance sheet or your debt ratio.
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