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Do you know how to select the right GC inlet liner for your analysis?
Choosing the right inlet liner and injection parameter can increase peak areas and reduce detection limits by up to 300 %1. The enhanced SGE inlet liner range aims to make it simple for all gas chromatographers to select the right liner with color coding of inlet liners by geometry. SGE has also developed a liner selection tool to help you select the right inlet liner for your instrument, injection and sample. The tool includes a handy Vapor Volume Calculator that checks if you are injecting too much for a particular liner. It can help you avoid the ghost peaks, injector contamination, and quantitation errors associated with flashback.
SGE enhanced inlet liner range:
SGE inlet liner deactivation
SGE currently tests every batch of inlet liners for activity using the EPA 8081B method. This standard method ensures that each batch of inlet liners has less than 3 % Endrin breakdown so you have confidence in your analysis. Now, SGE is validating this quality assurance by including a batch certificate with every pack.
When deactivation REALLY matters SGE provides two additional single pack deactivation certification options:
SGE inlet liner pack options
SGE's enhanced inlet liners come as a complete packaged solution with 1, 5 and 25 packs available. SGE inlet liners include instrument appropriate o-rings or sealing rings, plus color coded instrument stickers to identify which liner type is in your instrument. SGE blister packs are now perforated enabling easy division of the 5 and 25 packs while maintaining blister integrity. Look out for the 25 packs in a handy re-usable container in a range of attractive designs.
For more information email email@example.com , phone 00800 2790 8999 or visit www.sge.com/gc
1. Kende, A et al. Chromatographia, 2006; 63 (3/4): 181-7
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