GC injection system is highly flexible
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
High throughput gas chromatography injection system combines static headspace, liquid injection, and solid phase micro extraction modes in one instrument
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments has introduced the AOC-5000 highthroughput gas chromatography injection system as part of anexpanded OEM agreement with CTC Analytics.
The AOC-5000 combinesstatic headspace, liquid injection, and solid phase microextraction modes in one instrument.
This unique capability allowsquick switching from one application to another on the same GCsystem, enhancing the speed, flexibility, capacity, and precisionof the instrument.
Top-mounted on GCs to save bench space, thesystem is designed with a syringe-only concept for transparentsample operation with no sample loops, transfer lines, orswitching valves.
Shimadzu's AOC-5000 is said to be ideallysuited for applications in environmental, food and beverage,forensics, petrochemicals, and pharmaceuticals.
The easy-to-usecycle composer provides remote control through Shimadzu'sGCsolution and GCMSsolution software programs to enable theoperator to setup, edit and run AOC-5000 methods.
No specialprogramming skills are needed.
A macro language feature expandsthe application range for advanced flexibility.
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