New Product Brief on the AC Hi-Speed RGA Analyser Includes New GASXLNC™ Software to Automate Gas Properties Calculations.
Jun 16 2008 Read 1653 Times
• C1 - nC6, C6+ hydrocarbons
• Inert gases: including nitrogen, hydrogen, helium, oxygen, carbon
monoxide, carbon dioxide
• Hydrogen sulfide, which requires an additional analysis time of
• Benzene and Toluene, using the RGA extended method with a total
analysis time of eleven minutes
The AC Hi-Speed Refinery Gas Analyser uses the new Agilent Technologies
7890 Series Gas Chromatograph with electronic pneumatics control (EPC).
AC configures the GC with application specific valves & columns, two Thermal Conductivity Detectors (TCD) and a Flame Ionisation Detector (FID). All flows and pressures are electronically controlled. The use of inert material increases the resistance to corrosive materials.
AC developed the new GASXLNC™ program that offers an extensive range
of report options and allows a multilevel calibration and accurate calculation of gas properties according to standard methods: ASTM D 3588, D 2598, DIN 51666, ISO 6976 and GPA 2172.
The dedicated software design enables you to add customised calculations or edit existing calculations, and is compatible with major
chromatographic data systems.
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