Nafion  Tubing– the most effective drying and humidifying solution we know!

But, do you know how to get the most from it?

Now you can with our new series of FREE customer webinars. From introductory to advanced sessions, you have the ability to learn how to use our Nafion tubing products.

Each webinar will:

  • Explain the way our products work
  • Detail the benefits that you can tap into for your projects
  • Provide best practices for applications that may be similar to yours

On Demand Webinars

Unique Capabilities and Applications of Nafion Tubing

By attending this webinar your will learn how to use Nafion tubing for:

  • Gas Sample / Air Drying
  • Humidifying Gas Streams
  • De-watering Applications
  • Drying or Humidifying Particle Streams

Integrating Nafion Gas Sample Dryers into your Analysis Equipment and Experiments

Discover the best methods to integrate Nafion dryers, including:

  • Dryer Selection
  • Purge Gas Selection
  • What Performance to Expect
  • Chief Advantages vs. Other Methods

Adding Humidity to Gas Streams with Perma Pure’s Humidifiers

By attending this webinar your will learn how to use Nafion tubing for humidification, including:

  • Humidifying in the water to gas mode
  • Humidifying in the gas to gas mode
  • How to select the right humidifier for your application
  • How to read the performance charts

Perma Pure MD-700 Dryers for Aerosol and Particulate Analysis: Best Practices

Discover how the MD-700 Nafion-based dryer can help you meet your particle analysis goals, including:

  • Determining particle losses with Perma Pure Dryers
  • How to select the right dryer for your application
  • Best practices for integrating Perma Pure dryers into your aerosol and particle Analysis equipment and experiments

Live Webinars (Pre-Registration Required)

Lowering Operating Costs and Increasing System Reliability for CEMS with Perma Pure’s Nafion-Based Sample Conditioning Systems and Accessories

Discover how Nafion-based systems to solve many process problems, including:

  • Presence of Water
  • Corrosion
  • Analyte Loss