Shimadzu Gas Chromatography Solutions for Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
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For six decades, Shimadzu has been building gas chromatography products and remains committed to building the best GC products in the world. Throughout our long history, the customers’ needs have always been central to all our design, manufacturing and testing processes. As part of this continuing commitment, we developed the system GC solutions for hydrocarbon processing industry(HPI), which provides our customers with the best reliable analytical solution products available anywhere. From characterization of raw crude and natural gas to monitoring production and quality of refined chemicals
and alternative fuels, Shimadzu is committed to provide the most complete GC analysis portfolio. Shimadzu’s HPI GC analyzers are built on reputation of reliable and quality hardware with technical expertise. Our solutions range from basic system modification with chemically deactivated material and customized columns in system to quantify trace contaminations in petrochemical streams to a complex multi-valves system for characterization of diverse components in a product.
The following pages will show an overview of Shimadzu’s complete HPI GC analyzer solutions, which include:
-More than 100 factory tested GC analyzers developed to comply industry standards such as ASTM, GPA, ISO, UOP etc.
-Customized GC analyzers configured and tested to your application’s pre-determined specifications.
-Customized GC instruments and tools designed, delivered and supported by Shimadzu and its partners.
Nevertheless, when you need pre-configured or customized analyzers, Shimadzu helps you and your team to reduce time spend on application development and improve your productivity.
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