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gas chromatographer Applications

  • Alkane (hydrocarbon) gas measurement for mudlogging in oil & gas drilling rigs

    The need for operator and maintainance intensive gas chromatograph (GC) analyzers was eliminated. Customer can now deploy all-optical, unattended sensor system for monitoring the composition of hydrocarbon gases (C1-C5) exiting the well bore which provides crucial information about the drilling formation that would save time and money.

    By MKS Instruments, Inc. based in Andover, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

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    Gas analyzers and detectors for the ethanol processing

    Gas chromatographs and hydrocarbon analyzers can be key in adding value to the ethanol production process and protecting the environment from Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)emissions created during the process.

    By AMETEK MOCON - Baseline based in Lyons, COLORADO (USA).

  • Measurement solution for FTIR Vs. GC in gas analysis

    Comparison of Technologies

    A gas chromatograph (GC) has traditionally been the technology of choice for laboratory analysis of gas samples. GCs have been used for over 50 years in the qualification and quantification of complex mixtures of gases. The techniques and methodology required to run GCs are often a pre-requisite for any laboratory technician. Recent developments in Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FTIR) gas analysis has enabled this technology to start to replace GCs in the lab.

    By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Flow meters for the general research flow solutions

    Our instruments are widely used by original equipment manufacturers of gas chromatographs, mixing and blending systems and other pieces of analytical equipment. The mulitple gas capability and wide choice of flow controlllers-for high pressure, very low flows and corrosive gases-offer customers excellent application flexibility.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Baseline® 9100 Residual Solvent Analysis — Ethanol, Isopropanol, and Acetone

    MOCON’s Baseline® Series 9100 Gas Chromatograph equipped with a photoionization detector (PID) provides a quick, cost effective quantitative analysis of IPA and acetone in air at levels in the ppb and sub-ppb range with no preconcentration necessary. Isopropanol and acetone are detected and accurately quantified to sub-ppb levels in under 3 minutes with ethanol producing no interference. The instrument is sensitive to below 5 ppb for both IPA and acetone employing the MOCON Baseline® standard PID or 0.1 ppb using the MOCON Baseline® high sensitivity PID.

    By AMETEK MOCON - Baseline based in Lyons, COLORADO (USA).

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