PerkinElmer offers a selection of Trace Gas Analyzers for the detection of hydrogen, carbon dioxide, ethylene, ethane, acetylene, oxygen/argon, nitrogen, carbon monoxide, and total hydrocarbons. Our engineered solutions for trace gas analysis include FID, DID and PID detectors to ensure flexibility and increased instrument productivity. To ensure efficient setup within your laboratory, operation parameters are set and tested at the factory prior to shipment, with instrumental methods pre-loaded. Once installed, samples can be processed immediately, allowing you to optimize instrument up-time and productivity from day one.
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Developed to handle samples that do not contain large methane concentrations, Model 4022 offers detection of carbon monoxide (CO), methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), with detection levels as low as 0.1 ppm. Utilizing a single column set and channel – methanizer/flame ionization detector (FID), Model 4022 ensures enhanced sensitivity with purged valve housings and passivated tubing. With pre-configuration at the factory, Model 4022 meets the requirements set forth by ASTM D3416 and ISO 6381.
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The needs for polymer, pharmaceutical, chemicals, food and beverage, and environmental analyses are constantly changing due to innovation demands and regulation changes.
Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) solutions combine multiple analytical technologies to empower speed and advanced information acquisition. Coupling Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA) systems with other analytical systems such as Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) and Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) Spectroscopy represents the most complete and advanced EGA solutions for gaining insights beyond decomposition of materials, by carrying out in-depth characterization of the evolved gases.
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