DVLS Liquefied Gas Injector (ASTM D7756-13 & EN 16423): A High Pressure Liquid Sampling Chromatography Technique for the Analysis of Oily Residues and Contaminants in C3 and C4 Streams Oily Residues Analysis in LPG by GC.
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Laboratories using hydrogen as a carrier gas need a reliable safe way to detect hydrogen leaks during GC analysis. Hydrogen is considered the best carrier for GC systems as it provides for fast analysis, high efficiency, reduced costs and prolonged column life. The advantages of hydrogen are clear; but it does have one huge disadvantage: Hydrogen is an explosive gas! An undetected leak can occur with a broken column or a leaking connection which unfortunately can result in an explosion in a GC placing laboratories and their personnel at risk. With the DVLS3 multi-sensor you now have a safe technique to detect a hydrogen leak in GC Laboratories.