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Gas Chromatographs

  On average, gas chromatographs rent 14.0 days for:

$3,000.00

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$975.00

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$325.00

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Features of gas chromatographs

The main features of a GC unit are the injector, helium or nitrogen source, separation column, detector, and a display screen.  There are a variety of injector types, some split the stream to provide a test sample, others take continuous or intervallic samples.  There are many detector types as well; they are named after the process of separation and measurement.  A few examples and the compounds they detect are as follows:
  • Barrier discharge ionization detector (BID) – all compounds except Ne and He
  • Electron capture detector (ECD) – electrophilic compounds
  • Flame ionization detector (FID) – organic compounds
  • Flame photometric detector (FPD) – organic sulfur and phosphorus compounds like residual pesticides and malodorous compounds
  • Flame thermionic detector (FTD) – organic nitrogen and phosphorus compounds like residual pesticides
  • Thermal conductivity detector (TCD) – all compounds

How gas chromatographs work

A sample is injected into the GC and enters a gas stream.  This gas is usually helium or nitrogen.  The gas mixture is transferred to a separation tube where the components are separated and a detector measures them.  This data is displayed on a screen or sent to a computer for further analysis.  The method of separation and detection varies depending on the type of detector being used with the GC.

About gas chromatographs

Chromatography is a method of separating and analyzing compounds.  Gas chromatographs (GC) inject a sample into a gas to carry it through the chromatography process.  There are many types of injectors and detectors available on GCs.

Gas Chromatograph Applications

  • Engineering
  • Laboratory
  • Manufacturing
  • Sciences

Gas Chromatograph Manufacturers

  • Agilent
  • Simadzu
  • SRI Instruments
  • Thermo Scientific

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