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Glass Liner for Splitless Operation - Universal liner for general purpose analyses.
This Ultra Deactivated Split/Splitless Liner, 4 mm, with Wool is part of a GC/MS 590/690 Capillary Injector Consumable Kit (N6550448). The kit includes an autosampler, vial locator, O-rings, liner, ferruls, septa, marathon filament, and aluminum oxide powder.
This column features a cylindrical design for high molecular weight samples provides an excellent vaporization surface. Spiral traps dirt reducing further residue sample interaction.
These adapters allow connection of fused-silica to unions, valve ports, and reducers. Column I.D. 0.18 mm to 0.35 mm, fitting 1/16 in.
Universal liner for general purpose analyses. Deactivated surface provides minimal bleed and inertness over a wide sample pH range.
For use with Clarus 480/580/680. Gold-plated stainless steel.
Ultra Deactivated Single Taper Splitless Liner.
This patented design incorporates a cylindrical glass spiral in the sample pathway, providing a large area for sample vaporization. Not recommended for large volume injections volume injections.
Capillary splitless deactivated glass liners 4mm I.D. x 6.2mm O.D. x 92.1mm, with deactivated wool 5/pack.
Cyclo Double Gooseneck Liner for Split Operation - Cylindrical design for large volume and trace dirty samples. Decreases injection port discrimination. Cannot be packed with wool and more diffcult to clean.
Ultra Deactivated Glass Liner Single Taper for Splitless Injection.
Open Top Uniliner (with wool) - Packed with fused silica wool, highly recommended for high molecular weight active samples. The fused silica wool traps dirt and sample resid.
This glass liner is specifically designed to be used for Fuel in Oil analysis, loosely packed with wool.
Capillary Split/Splitless Deactivated Glass Liners with Deactivated Wool. Quartz Wool is used to Fully Vaporize the Sample.
Quartz Liner for Split Operation - Good for large volume injection samples.
This column is used for trace, active samples, high recovery and linearity.