Gas Chromatography




Bruker Daltonics

 EVOQ GC-TQ Series

GC-MS platform for gas chromatographer; Simple to use, incredibly sensitive, robust, and reliable performance

Shimadzu Analytical

Nexis GC-2030

Shimadzu’s premier gas chromatograph; Offers a modern approach to a classic chromatographic technique; Innovative features, exceptional performance, and high throughput capabilities to elevate lab to the next level


Utilizes the new barrier discharge ionization detector technology; Detection sensitivity over 100x higher than TCD and 2x higher than FID

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


Standard capillary and packed GC - equipped with advanced flow controller (AFC) technology; Accurate flow rate control via AFC has higher-level repeatability of retention time and peak area, enabling a higher level of analyses


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

Spinco Biotech

GC-2010 Plus High End GC

Advanced high sensivity gas chromatograph; Advanced flow technology (AFT) for superior performance; Supports multi-dimensional GC, capillary backflush, and detector splitting

GC-2014, Standard Capillary & Packed GC 

Versatile capillary and gas chromatograph; Performance lifted to a higher level; Advanced flow control (AFC) for both capillary and packed column GC application


Energy-saving gas chromatograph; High performance with space-saving design; Enhanced basic functions and network support

Shimadzu                                                                                      Tracera GC

GC with plasma technology for universal trace analysis; Detection sensitivity over 100x higher than TCD, 2X higher than FID; Single detector approach for complex analyses


GC with multi-deans switching; Analysis of specific components in samples containing several matrices – petroleum products, (e.g. gasoline, light oil, and kerosene), aromas (e.g foods and beverages), and optical isomers



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