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An FID, or Flame Ionization Detector, is the most common detector paired with gas chromatography instruments for analytical applications. It is used in a number of industries such as in natural gas, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical markets. But how does an FID work?
You might think your gas generator has been approved by your instrument manufacturer when it is in fact merely ‘designed for’ your particular GC or LC-MS instrument. Read on to discover the significant difference.
Why you can be confident in the quality of your Peak gas generator.
If your application requires purified air, we have the solution.
Zero Air is air which has had hydrocarbons removed via a process of oxidative catalysis to ensure it only contains less than 0.1 parts per million (PPM) of total hydrocarbons.