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Category: SIM - Gas Chromatography Accessories
Manufacturer: SIM Scientific Instrument Manufacturer
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

 The ICE-DOOR and COOL-CUBE from SIM

 Oven Cooling system for GC 

You can now carry out chromatographic separations, which need an initial GC oven start temperature between 0 °C and 30 °C, simply and comfortably with the SIM ICE-DOOR.

The cooling of the GC oven is achieved with a compressor cooler, so you no longer need liquid N2 or liquid CO2 which also eliminates handling and the various safety aspects which must be taken into account when using cryogenic liquids. 

Industries Pharma & Life Science, Chemical & Petrochemical, Security & Defence, Food & Beverage, Forensics, Environmental, Flavours & Fragrances , Plastics & Textiles, Paper & Paint
Techniques Gas Chromatography
Category: SIM - Gas Chromatography Accessories
Manufacturer: SIM Scientific Instrument Manufacturer
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

 TD Sample Tube Conditioner from SIM

Thermal Desorption Thermo Conditioner

Thermal desorption (TD) is a sample preparation technique for gas chromatography to measure volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds in air and materials. It simplifies and speeds a lot of chromatographic applications because it can save many hours of manual sample preparation. Sample tubes filled with an adsorbent are used to collect the analytes before they are transferred via the Thermal Desorption System into the gas chromatograph.

Industries Pharma & Life Science, Chemical & Petrochemical, Security & Defence, Food & Beverage, Forensics, Environmental, Flavours & Fragrances , Plastics & Textiles, Paper & Paint
Techniques Gas Chromatography
Category: SIM - Gas Chromatography Accessories
Manufacturer: SIM Scientific Instrument Manufacturer
Created by: Keith Gosden

  

Sniffer Port for Gas Chromatography by SIM

GC-OLFACTOMETRY (GC-O)

GC-O is a separation technique combining the high resolution of capillary GC with the highly sensitive human nose as detector. This is one of the most effective analysis methods for flavouring and fragrance industries because the human nose is often more sensitive than any physical detector.

Industries Pharma & Life Science, Food & Beverage, Forensics, Environmental, Flavours & Fragrances , Plastics & Textiles
Techniques Gas Chromatography
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