GC Analyser Solutions from SCION Instruments are perfect across all analytical industries and applications wherever you are
Nov 04 2019 Read 1730 Times
SCION Instruments, a global supplier of GC and GCMS instruments and chromatography data system, offers GC analyser solutions which tailor the capabilities of gas chromatography systems to meet specific analytical requirements.
Building on a legacy in GC stretching back to the 1980s, SCION Instruments’ customers benefit from SCION's unique experience in providing configured and custom GC solutions. Based on their 436 and flexible 456 gas chromatography platforms, SCION configure systems with multiple columns, valves, concentration traps, temperature-controlled ovens for every market, and every application. The applicapability ranges from trace environmental monitoring, refining, food & beverage analysis and gas purity analysis. SCION’s experienced team is more than capable to advise the most robust solution to any analytical challenge you are facing, no matter how complex.
New application notes will continuously become available from SCION Instruments, highlighting specific solutions for all analytical industries, wherever they are.
Nick Nugent, Sales Director at SCION Instruments commented: “These Application Notes show our determination to extend our position as a premier provider of gas chromatography application solutions. We are proud to follow the exceptional track record of our legacy companies, including Varian, continuing to address the petroleum and petrochemicals markets and expanding further into environmental and food markets.
"We work closely with customers to make their focus, our focus."
More information online: www.scioninstruments.com/
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