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Supplier: LECO Corporation
Description: The GCxGC offers you the resolving power of a GCxGC system combined with advanced ChromaTOF® software for an increase in efficiency and productivity for samples that are too complex for a single-channel detector system. Ideal for everyday quality control and production needs, these GCxGC systems
- Instrument Type: Fixtured or Permanent
- Detection Method: Flame Ionization Detector
- Display Options: None
Description: This process gas chromatograph, which has resulted from decades of international experience and technology development, leads the industry in capability, flexibility and reliability. The Maxum edition II is used in all branches of the fine chemicals, refining and hydrocarbon processing industries
- Instrument Type: Fixtured or Permanent
- Applications: Industrial Gases
- Oven Operation Method: Isothermal Operation
- Oven Temperature Range: 140 to 536 F
Supplier: ABB Measurement Products
Description: PGC5000 Series Process Gas Chromatographs The ABB PGC5000 Series process gas chromatograph is based on over 50 years of innovation in on-line process gas chromatographs. It simplifies gas chromatography and increases reliability. It provides everything you need to know about your GC &ndash
- Instrument Type: Fixtured or Permanent
- Applications: Energy, Petroleum
- Oven Temperature Range: 86 to 356 F
- Flow Control: Yes
Supplier: Yokogawa Corporation of America
Description: The GC8000 Process Gas Chromatograph is the ideal solution for continuous analytical monitoring of HPI processes General specifications Measurable object Gas or volatile liquid (400℃ or lower boiling point) Analysis Method Gas Chromatography Detector TCD FID (flame ionization detector
- Instrument Type: Fixtured or Permanent
- Applications: Agricultural Chemicals / Pesticides, Drugs / Pharmaceutical, Electronics / Plating, Energy, Environmental, Food / Beverage, Industrial Gases, Inorganic Chemicals, Organic Chemicals, Petroleum, Plastics / Polymers / Rubber, Soaps / Cleaners, Other
- Column Oven: Yes
- Oven Operation Method: Isothermal Operation, Temperature Programmable Operation
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: ORGANIC ANALYSIS OF DISTILLATE BY COMPREHENSIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH FLAME IONIZATION DETECTION
Standards and Technical Documents - Animal and vegetable fats and oils -- Analysis by gas chromatography of methyl esters of fatty acids -- ISO 5508:1990
Description: Gives general guidance for the application of gas-liquid chromatography to determine the qualitative and quantitative composition of a micxture of fatty acid methyl esters obtained according to ISO 5509. The method is not applicable to polymerized fatty acids. The apparatur to be used are packed
Description: Reference mixtures for ISO/DIS 9377 (German H-53), a gas chromatography/flame ionization detection (GC/FID) method. For GC analysis of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in water. Environmentally safer than previous methods. Calibration standard available as Diesel #2/motor oil and Diesel
- Form: Liquids
Standards and Technical Documents - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE - PART 2-061: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR LABORATORY ATOMIC SPECTROMETERS -- CSA C22.2 NO 61010-2-061Supplier: CSA Group
Description: detectors (flame ionization detectors) used in gas chromatography.
Description: The Model 55i's measurement of methane and non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC's) is based on the well established method of gas chromatography, utilizes flame ionization detection and features a proprietary column design to achieve ultimate separation of methane from all C2 compounds
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Continuous Emissions Monitoring, Ambient Air Monitoring
- Measurement Type: Trace
Standards and Technical Documents - The On-Line Determination of Distillation Points of High Boiling Distillates by Process Gas Chromatography Using ASTM D2887 - ISA EXPO 2003
Description: of the percent off points.The analytical hardware consists of a process gas chromatograph with an isothermal oven zone for the sample injection valve, a programmed temperature column compartment capable of ramping up to 330°C at 15°C/min. and a separately heated flame ionization detector
Supplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: . The use of flame ionization detection devices in connection with a gas chromatography results in sensitivities as low as 0.20 ppm (vol.) and will respond to almost all organic substances, but not to inorganic compounds. This report does not cover petrochemical emissions, for which the reader
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Development of Analytical Methodology and a Report on Collaborative Study on the Determination of Morpholine, Cyclohexylamine, and Diethylaminoethanol in Aqueous Samples by Direct Aqueous Injection Gas Chromatography Volume 18, Issue 2 (March 1990) A direct aqueous injection gas chromatographic
Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: material adsorbed by various activated carbons as a function of time at a given loading; the breakthrough point; and, the nature of selective adsorption-desorption for complex mixtures of organic materials. Applicability of gas-liquid chromatography with flame-ionization detection was used for measuring
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Oil in Water Analyzer.... European Regulations
a standard reference method based on solvent extraction followed by Infrared analysis. However, the solvent Freon 113 is no longer permitted (Montreal Protocol) and there have been health and safety concerns with its replacement, Tetrachloroethylene, so there has been a drive to develop and adopt a new reference oil-in-water analysis method by both the authorities and the offshore industry. As a result, an OSPAR modified version of the ISO 9377-2 GC-FID method (Gas Chromatography and Flame Ionization... (read more)
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Save on Multipoint Calibration of Your GC
30 pounds per square inch (PSI) of dry, contaminant-free air. The ZAG is a powerful stand-alone unit, so there is no need for you to worry about an external compressed air supply. The air is a perfect method for generating zero reference calibration gas, ultra-pure combustion air for flame ionization detector, service air for pneumatically operated valves, hydrocarbon free chromatography use and general laboratory use. . Flexibility: Environics &rsquo... (read more)
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From industrial processes to chemical storage, chemical spill accidents to environmental monitoring and personal safety the need for gas detection is growing and essential. Several technologies are employed to perform this detection including, catalytic and electrochemical sensors, gas chromatography, flame and photo ionization, and ion mobility spectrometry. The photoionization detector, or PID, method offers perhaps the best of all worlds when compared to the other techniques, yielding fast... (read more)
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Supplying High-Purity Gases: Making a Case for In-House Gas Generators (.pdf)
Selecting the most effective source for high-purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high-performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
Supplying High Purity Gases (.pdf)
Selecting the most effective source for high purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero Air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
How To Select a Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer For Use in an Industrial Application (.pdf)
Several different sensor technologies may be used to detect hydrocarbons, including: catalytic; photo-ionization; infra-red; gas chromatography; and flame ionization. Of these possibilities, flame ionization (FID) is considered the best choice for continuously monitoring the total concentration
Malema M-VF Series Adjustable Velocity Fuse
refineries and various petrochemical and chemical plants use process gas analyzers such as gas chromatographs and TOC analyzers. Hydrogen is used as a carrier gas in gas chromatography and in various analytical instrument applications, most commonly as a fuel component of combustion gases for Flame
Labthink A001-2007 Test Methods for Organic Vapor Transmission Rate through Plastic Film ands Sheet
This isostatic test method covers the determination of organic vapor transmission rate through plastic films and sheeting using Flame Ionization Detector (FID) of gas chromatography method. This method is applicable to materials such as plastic films (including laminated plastic film) and sheeting
Ther Versatility of the Vibrating Element (.pdf)
industries use gas chromatography (GC), infrared (IR), flame ionization detectors (FID), thermal conductivity detectors (TCD) and other technologies to determine process gas properties or gas stream composition. The vibrating element type, gas measurement method is a reasonably matured technology, but only
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Practical Gas Chromatography
Jorgensen AD, Picel KC, Stamoudis VC (1990) Prediction of gas chromatography flame ionization detector response factors from molecular structures.
Determination of Essential Oils Constituents from Caryopteris Incana by Retention Time Locking Gas Chromatography Flame Ionization Detector and Retention Time Locking Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry P-224 .
The impact of wine closure and packaging type, and light and temperature exposure on the concentration of 3-alkyl-2 -methoxypyrazines and other key constituent...
Development and validation of a new method based on gas chromatography flame ionisation detection analysis of dichloromethane microextracts.
Non-Incineration Treatment to Reduce Benzene and VOC Emissions from Green Sand Molding Systems
TGA was coupled with granular activated carbon (GAC) absorption to capture emissions, and solvent extraction followed by gas chromatography flame ionization detection (GC-FID) was used to analyze these emissions.
Development of novel sol–gel coatings by chemically bonded ionic liquids for stir bar sorptive extraction—application for the determination of NSAIDS in real s...
Sarafraz-Yazdi A, Vatani H (2013) A solid phase microextraction coating based on ionic liquid sol-gel technique for determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and o-xylene in water samples using gas chromatography flame ionization detector.
Determination of cyanogen and cyanogen chloride using gas chromatography with a flame ionisation detector
Gas chromatography Flame ionisation detection Cyanogen Cyanogen chloride .
Linearity of a flame ionisation detector for capillary gas chromatography
Capillary Gas Chromatography Flame Ionisation Detector Linearity Make-Up Gas .
Microextraction techniques in therapeutic drug monitoring
Separation and determina- tion of amitriptyline and nortriptyline by dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction combined with gas chromatography flame ioniza- tion detection.
WRAP Module 1 sampling strategy and waste characterization alternatives study
In addition, WRAP 1 videotapes the sorting process and performs preliminary screening using the following equipment: (1) XRF for detection of metals (= S15K); (2) Polarized Light Microscope (PLM) for detection of asbestos (= $5K); and (3) Gas Chromatography Flame Ionization Detector (= $40K). $190K.
Development of non-destructive methods for the determination of airborne pollutants in pine needles: identification of trace constituents in radiata pine epicu...
The amount of substances from all three fractions from the silica gel column was less than 150 t~g, as estimated from the gas chromatography flame ionization detector response.