Win a GC for your Lab at PEFTEC
Oct 26 2017 Read 1929 Times
Ellutia Chromatography solutions are giving away one of their award winning 200 series Gas Chromatographs to one lucky scientist.
The original concept for the 200 Series GC was to create a compact single channel instrument for the education sector. The instrument would need to be small and light enough to be easily moved between classrooms or put away when not required, but still deliver excellent chromatographic performance. When the first 200 series GC’s were finished it quickly became apparent that the capability of the instrument was equivalent to other much larger and more costly systems. This made it an ideal solution for laboratories looking for a simple but robust answer for routine analysis in many other industries. The ease of use and lower entry cost also made it perfect for laboratories looking to start GC analysis for the first time.
As standard the 200 Series GC comes with a split/split-less injector, electronic program pressure control of carrier Gas. Fully temperature programmable oven capable of accommodating both capillary or packed columns. A choice of either FID, ECD, TCD or FPD.
For more information or to enter for a chance to win a GC for your lab visit Ellutia at Stand 50 at PEFTEC or enter online at
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