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Gas chromatography is an analytical chemistry technique used to separate and analyze compounds. The process involves the injection of the sample or analyte into the system where it is mixed with a carrier gas that takes the analyte to the columns. As the analyte moves through the columns it may be adsorbed onto the column walls or into the column media. The time that it takes each species to move through the column or retention time can be used to identify them
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The Thermo Scientific TRACE GC Ultra multi-channel gas chromatograph was developed for the evolving requirements of modern laboratories.
Many analysts require natural gas analysis for various applications. Frequently, sulfur compounds are also of interest so, Buck Scientific have developed the Multiple Gas Analyzer #3 + Sulfur.
The Clarus® 580 GC from PerkinElmer offers many of the same innovative features found in the Clarus 680 GC including an full-color touch-screen interface that features real-time signal display and eight-language support (English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese).
Industrial GC with FID and TCD from Buck Scientific: 910 GC with FID & TCD detectors 30 Meter column, and built-in air compressor
Other Equipment
The most significant advancement in full group type analysis of gasoline and gasoline blend streams using multi- dimensional gas chromatography is the Reformulyzer M4 analysis equipment.
Bruker’s long traditions of innovation and product reliability have combined to create a new industry standard for gas chromatography single quadrupole mass detection - the SCION SQ.
The 400-GC Series can incorporate a wide range of options to expand the performance and enhance the throughput and capabilities of the system. The CP8410 Autoinjector is one option.
Bruker’s have created the next generation of SCION Gas Chromatographs. By understanding and then designing to exceed the most critical performance and reliability needs of GC users, Bruker’s new SCION™ 436-GC has been designed to meet the most important user specifications.
The Tracera GC System is suitable for solving trace analysis requirements. This system uses the new Barrier Discharge Ionization Detector technology coupled with a GC-2010 Plus capillary gas chromatograph to create a GC system that helps reveal trace components that are difficult to see by other GC detectors.
The SCION triple quadrupole (TQ) detector is a comprehensive solution for your most demanding gas chromatography applications. It delivers unrivaled bench-space savings, the result of an innovative ‘lens-free’, elliptical ion-path design that delivers ultra-high sensitivity and chemical noise reduction - performance you would expect when innovation merges with a legacy of reliability.
The 400-GC Series can incorporate a wide range of options to expand the performance and enhance the throughput and capabilities of the system.
The SCION 456 GC provides the ultimate capability for today’s analytical laboratory. The ultimate in GC platforms, The SCION range can be configured to handle virtually any GC analysis from the most basic single injector/detector to the most complex multi-valve/multi-column custom analyzers.
Bruker’s innovative PIONA+™ Analyzer provides a highly flexible GC analysis platform to obtain comprehensive characterization and quantitative information, including hydrocarbon group types, saturated and unsaturated paraffins and naphthenes, aromatics and oxygenates per carbon number for spark emission fuels.
The SHS-40 Automated Headspace Sampler is designed to take maximum advantage of the productivity and cost benefits of Headspace-Gas Chromatography (HS-GC). Powerful and robust, the SHS-40 enhances the capabilities of any analytical laboratory to measure volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) from a variety of sources, in a comprehensive and efficient manner.