New & Used Gas Liquid Chromatograph, Chromatec

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Gas Liquid Chromatograph may also be referred to as :

Sample Inlet System, Gas Chromatography | Trap, Gas Chromatography | Vapor-Phase Chromatography Equipment | Chromatography System, Gas | GC Equipment | Gas-Solid Chromatography Equipment | Gas-Liquid Chromatography Equipment | Gas Chromatography System | Detectors, Gas Chromatography | Chromatography Equipment, Gas

Tips for buying Gas Liquid Chromatograph

  1. The needs of a particular facility will determine the features of a gas chromatography system; for most uses, however, certain minimum requirements are common.
  2. All systems must include capillary columns. Based on the intended use, other columns may be required.
  3. Units must come with at least one detector, but multiple detectors certain applications are preferred. If there's a risk of destruction to the sample, multiple detectors should be avoided.
  4. The chromatography system should include some data management features. To produce hard copy of test results, a printer or an interface to a printer is necessary.
  5. To present obtained results in a more useful format without requiring manual interpretation, data interpretation software is required.
  6. The range of prices for these units is wide, depending on configuration, options, and data management features. Integrators have a wide range of capabilities and price ranges; they are often compatible with different manufacturers' GCs.
  7. Buyers should consider the costs for supplies and column replacement before purchasing the equipment.
  8. Some suppliers sell reagents that are not their own. Buyers must know which reagent types are compatible with their units and where to purchase them.
  9. For purchasing reagents in bulk, some suppliers may give significant discounts.
  10. Tests that need little or no training are categorized as waived tests. They do not need elaborate QC, and are less likely to produce inaccurate results. An example would be the non-automated dipstick urinalysis.
  11. Tests in the moderate complexity category include most clinical laboratory tests, including automated urine, blood, and chemistry analyses. In this group, tests and analyzers require a limited amount of sample and reagent preparation, as well as limited operator intervention during the analytical process.
  12. More specific testing belongs to the high complexity classification. Tests in this group require extensive training. This category holds procedures with a high degree of operator preparation, calibration, intervention, and analysis, such as clinical cytogenics and histopathology applications.
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