Economical and Rugged: The GC 8 is a single inlet, single detector, gas chromatograph. It's very simple yet robust design makes it perfect for a teaching lab or for a dedicated application in a QC environment. Its all metal construction provides for a GC that is very rugged and can easily withstand the rigors of an industrial QC setting. This ...
OPTIC is a highly advanced Gas Chromatography inlet system with sophisticated temperature and gas flow control that can be used for the most demanding GC analyses. The current version OPTIC-4 can be used for hot and cold split/splitless, large volume and on-column injections, in liner derivatisation, thermal desorbtion, pyrolysis and more.
The GERSTEL Septumless Head (SLH) is the only silicone free septumless head for a GC inlet available. It is designed for robustness and to provide hundreds of contamination and leak free sample injections without maintenance. With thousands sold over the past 30 years it has provided top chromatographers with a leading edge when it comes to sample ...
This heated cell can be configured as a gas cell (Fig. 2) or for vaporizing samples that are normally solids or liquids at room temperature. Configured for gas sampling, the cell incorporates 2 valves, an inlet and an outlet, that enable flowing gas samples through the cell.
Sample preparation is the weakest link in the analytical chain and presents the biggest opportunity for cost savings in GC analysis. The TITAN XL allows for larger volumes of sample to be injected into the GC resulting in fewer steps needed to concentrate a sample.
The 302 Series regulators are intended for primary pressure control ol non-corrosive, high purity or liquefied gases or for applications where minor fluctuations in outlet pressure due to diminishing inlet supply can be tolerated.
The Optic-4 has a range of features and solution that are not found in any other GC inlet. The patented low thermal mass design of the inlet body together with direct resistive heating provide fast linear temperature programming up to 600 °C at rates as high as 60 °C/s.