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Gas chromatography (GC) is a common type of chromatography used in analytical chemistry for separating and analyzing compounds that can be vaporized without decomposition. Typical uses of GC include testing the purity of a substance, or separating the different components of a mixture (the relative amounts of such components can also be determined). In some situations, GC may help in identifying a compound. In preparative chromatography, GC can be used to prepare pure compounds from a mixture
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The GC-2010 Plus enables reliable, high-precision trace analysis with high repeatability, utilizing detectors such as FID and FPD that feature best-in-class sensitivity. In addition, rapid oven cooling and backflush technology shorten analysis time greatly for significant improvements in productivity. A lineup of powerful detectors ensures the highest sensitivity – even for trace amount analysis. Rapid oven cooling, back flushing technology, gas saver function, etc. New flow-controlling technologies enable higher separation capability and faster analysis.
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Get the high performance of the GC-2010 now also for your routine work. Based on the successful design of the GC-2010, the GC-2014 gives best results for routine analysis for a good price-performance ratio. The GC-2014 Series is equipped with the advanced flow controller (AFC) technology inherited from the GC-17A Series and GC-2010 Series. This digital control is standard for not only capillary columns, but packed columns as well. Accurate flow rate control via AFC has higher-level repeatability of retention time and peak area, enabling a higher level of analyses. The detectors have been completely redesigned, incorporating the GC-2010 detector designs for capillary analyses and the GC-14 detector designs for packed columns. This TCD-2014 unit is ideal for packed column measurements employing the semi-diffusion cell design used in TCD-14. The newly designed FPD-2014 takes advantage of the holophotal construction of the FPD-2010.Select from four types of injection units and five types of detectors per the target compounds and analysis objective. Modular injection units, detectors and auto-injectors can be easily added after installing the unit in your lab. Three Injection Units and Four Detectors can be simultaneously installed.
Shimadzu’s new-generation GC-2025 capillary gas chromatograph minimizes environmental impact by reducing power and carrier gas consumption while retaining the performance capabilities required for capillary analysis. The GC-2025 incorporates a digital flow controller that controls both the carrier and detector gases and a newly designed energy-saving column oven that features small volume and less heating loss, realizing a dramatic improvement in operation costs. The compact GC-2025 is the gas chromatograph for environmentally friendly, high value performance. Heat losses are significantly reduced through high-performance insulation and a smaller oven size to reduce the heating requirements. In addition, it incorporates an energy-saving heater to further cut power costs, The GC-2025 adopts the same well-proven electronic flow controllers (AFC/APC) for carrier gas and detector gas control that are used in the GC-2010 Plus. They offer highly accurate flow control to achieve excellent reproducibility.
Trace analysis to the sub-ppm level used to be difficult on conventional TCD and FID general-purpose detectors. However, this is now possible thanks to plasma-based detection technology.
Tracera, capable of analyzing all kinds of components, covers a wide range of analytical applications on a single unit, and enables simple yet high-sensitivity analysis.