EVO Series | Mistral Evolution nitrogen gas generators

Key Features

  • Utilises proven pressure swing adsorption technology to separate nitrogen from other gases in compressed air 
  • Generates a constant flow rate of nitrogen from 10 L/min up to 40 L/min depending on model (please see below)
  • Nitrogen purity level of 98% - 99.9%
  • Ideal for LCMS and solvent evaporation
  • Constant flow of highly pure nitrogen improves performance of analytical equipment


The Mistral EVO line of nitrogen generators are the ideal instrument if you require a constant supply of highly pure nitrogen for use in analytical equipment such as LCMS. The Mistral utilises proven pressure swing adsorption technology to separate nitrogen from other gases in compressed air. Flow rates of 10 L/min - 40 L/min are available depending on model and all instruments generate nitrogen at a purity level of 98% - 99.9%.

Instrument Configurations

Model NumberFlow Rates (L/min)
Mistral EVO1010
Mistral EVO2525
Mistral EVO3535
Mistral EVO4040


Flow rates10 L/min. - 40 L/min. depending on model
PressureNitrogen Outlet: max 8 bar (116 psi)
PurityFrom 98% to 99.9% at STP
Electrical requirements110V/60Hz-230V/50Hz
Weight96 Kg
Power1800 W
Pressure accuracy0.1 bar (±0.5%)
DisplayGraphic display: 128 pixels x 64 pixels
Operating temperatureFrom 15℃ to 40℃
Noise<60 dB(A)
Alarm relay250 VAC,16A max
Nitrogen outletFitting for 6 mm OD tubing
Dimensions (W x D x H)428 mm x 835 mm x 641 mm
CertificationCE: CSA: FCC

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About Us

Advance Scientific Products Pty Ltd is based in Queensland and is focused on delivering high-quality products and service to our customers in the life, chemical and analytical sciences across Australia.

The company was established in 2013 by experienced instrumentation specialists to provide full distribution and customer support capability to manufacturers seeking to expand their activities in Australia without having to create their own sales and marketing infrastructure.


PO Box 746
Moffat Beach, QLD, 4551, Australia