Apply inert coating to your GC parts to improve the accuracy
May 16 2018 Read 788 Times
To meet the growing need for inert material in GC analyses Da Vinci Laboratory Solutions has developed a special coating process: UltraSilc that treats stainless steel, borosilicate glass and quartz parts to eliminate adsorption of unstable components. The use of the UltraSilc treated parts results in better and more reliable chromatographic results.
Application Range of UltraSilc
The UltraSilc treatment can be applied to GC parts manufactured of stainless steel, borosilicate glass or quartz such as:
- Detector parts
- Flow controllers
- Tubing Unions
The coating facilities are located at the head offices of Da Vinci in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Before starting the UltraSilc coating process all parts will be professionally cleaned to remove any surface pollution. The UltraSilc treatment applies an inert coating to the untreated parts. The coating on the metal parts will appear as a rainbow glow (see Figure Two*), the coating on the glass parts will appear as a golden or rainbow glow (see Figure Three*). The UltraSilc thickness ranges from 100 - 200 nm (nanometer).
Benefits of the UltraSilc coating:
- Eliminates adsorption of unstable components in samples
- Provides a higher accuracy and repeatability of the analyses
- Can be applied to any stainless steel, borosilicate glass or quartz GC part
Request for Sample
Would you like to try the UltraSilc coating? Download the flyer or request form and send the specifications of your GC parts.
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