The SRI PCB GC System has everything you need to detect PCBs in soil and other solid matrices. The Thermal Desorber accessory permits the user to inject and analyze PCBs with high sensitivity and little or no sample preparation—no solvent extraction is required! Up to one gram of soil or another solid matrix can be loaded into the re-usable glass desorption tubes.
The FID detector responds to all hydrocarbons and the DELCD identifies which are chlorinated or brominated. The PCB GC is also useful for detecting pesticides PAHs JP-4 kerosene and diesel in soil. Because soil samples are typically 20-50% water the unique design of the SRI FID automatically relights the flame after a large water peak. The 30-meter capillary column efficiently separates hydrocarbons up to C40+. The built-in “whisper quiet” air compressor provides air for the detectors and if used with the H2-50 hydrogen generator no cylinders are required.
SRI 8160 Gas Chromatograph PCB GC Systems Specifications
TCD, DELCD and FID options
25 to 400°C
programmable up to 15 ramp and dwell times
50°C per minute to 300°C; 20°C per minute from 300 to 400°C
300 to 50°C in 5 minutes
Gas flow control
electronic pressure control
115V 50/60 Hz
It is never a good thing when things don't go quite to plan. If your laboratory instrument is giving you trouble you have come to the right place! In three simple steps you can be on your way receiving a quote on the repair of your broken lab instrument.
Step 1. Tell us a little about the instrument that is giving you trouble:
If you purchased your instrument from GMI in the past, It will have a Product Identification Number, this can be easily found by locating the PID sticker. The PID Sticker resembles something like this.