Custom Gas Delivery & Mixing Systems | SRD Corp. | Bangor, Maine
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SRD can design custom gas delivery and mixing systems to meet your project’s goal. Our design team works closely with customers identifying core requirements and design specifications ensuring your instrument meets your specific need. SRD’s custom designed gas delivery and mixing systems deliver what others cannot – designed by you, for you by people who understand the needs of researchers for precision gas delivery and mixing instruments. Contact us for more information on how we can help make your ideas a reality.

SRD has designed many custom delivery systems for a diverse client base. Capabilities of these models have included:

  • high dilution for parts-per-billion levels of analyte delivery
  • high-temperature to avoid gas-specific adsorption in the delivery lines
  • delivery of an array of 10 or more analytes sequentially in a single test cycle through a single test protocol
  • multi-stage dilution with zero pressure differential between the delivery and purge cycle

Whatever the need, SRD designs and delivers Sensible Solutions for Gas Delivery and Detection.

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Gas Delivery Mixing System


The GDMS AP6Ce is a six-channel gas delivery and mixing system that employs a modular, needs-driven approach and is also available in multiple configurations for all gas dilution and delivery requirements. The GDMS AP6Ce is fully automated and easily programmed via an embedded computer with a touch screen interface.

Gas Delivery Accessories


SRD can design a custom accessory to compliment the functionality of the gas delivery and mixing system designed for your unique application. SRD will work closely with the end-user to specify and design a system add-on specific to your needs. The accessories will interface directly and be integrated with the base unit gas delivery and mixing system.

Gas Testing and Evaluation Service


At SRD, we specialize in gas testing and product/sensor evaluation. This requires not only a laboratory that features state of the art equipment, but a multidisciplinary professional staff as well. The in-house testing and validation group has been in creating unique solutions to gas delivery of low volatile, low vapor pressure compounds since 1993.