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Gas Chromatographs

Continuously monitor single or multiple gas components using Baseline’s industrial-grade Process Gas Chromatographs. Baseline GCs feature:

  • Integrated GC software
  • Color LED graphical touch screen display
  • Automatic and remote calibration
  • Continuous unattended operation
  • Multi-point sampling options

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Frequently Asked Question for Gas Chromatographs


What is Process Gas Chromatography?

Process Gas Chromatographs analyze various gas concentrations from a sample of an industrial or atmospheric application. The data collected reports the types of gas detected and the amount of gas in the sample. This equipment is commonly used for quality control and quality assurance, environmental monitoring, product packaging, and other applications.

How does a gas chromatograph work?

The sample goes through four processes: Sample collection, sample injection, sample separation and sample detection. The sample goes into a neutral carrier gas like nitrogen or hydrogen. The sample then enters the equipment’s valve to be analyzed. In the detection phase, a data report is generated with the quantitative and qualitative findings of the sample.

What detectors are utilized in a gas chromatograph?

Flame Ionization Detectors (FID) are used for most hydrocarbons, Photoionization Detectors (PID) for volatile organics and Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) for general use and other specialty detectors are available. Process GC’s typically utilize FID, PID, or TCD, due to their simple reliable designs.
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