Cannabis Residual Solvents Analysis with GC Headspace

Manufacturer: Agilent Technologies

Includes:

  • Agilent 6890 GC - Refurbished
    • Split/Splitless inlet with EPC
    • Flame Ionization Detector (FID) with EPC
    • LAN Communication
    • G2070 Data system
  • GC Headspace Sampler (HT2000H) - Brand NEW
    • 42 Position (20ml) headspace vial rack
    • Headspace Starter Kit: 20ml vials, caps, septa (10pcs)
    • 2.5ml heated headspace syringe
    • Heated Syringe(1pc): 2.5ml plunger & glass barrel
    • Chemstation Driver Rev. B
    • Preventative Maintenance Kit - Link
  • General Purpose Remote Cable
  • Manual
  • One (1) Year Warranty

Options:

  • Residual Solvents Analysis Kit - View Here
  • Extended Warranty Available
  • Installation & Familiarization
  • Extended PM Kit for Headspace Sampler
  • GC Starter Kit
  • GC Chemstation Driver (Rev.B)
  • MSD Chemstation Driver (Rev.E)
  • CFR 21 Part II Compliant Software
  • 1 ml & 5ml Heated Headspace Syringe

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Model: 6890
Condition: Refurbished

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Cannabis Residual Solvents Analysis with GC Headspace

This Agilent Headspace GC with FID (HS-GC/FID) is ideal for testing for residual solvent in cannabis concentrates and extracts, solvents.  The 6890 series GC features electronic pneumatic control of all gas pressures and flows. On board sensors automatically compensate for ambient temperature changes and barometric pressure differences to routinely achieve more accurate and reproducible results. By providing stable results, EPC reduces re-calibration frequency and improves laboratory productivity. 

Organic Volatile Impurities (OVIs), also referred to as residual solvents or trace level chemical residue are analyzed using gas chromatography with a flame ionization detector (FID) and a headspace autosampler. Some of the common solvents and trace residues used include: Acetone, Butane, Ethanol, Heptane, Hexane, Isopropanol, Pextane & Propane.  The USP general chapter <467> Residual Solvents is widely used for quantifying and identifying ICH Class 1 and 2 compounds residual solvents.  The ideal HS-GC/FID for the USP 467 Residual Solvent Method. 

GC Features:

  • Single Split/Splitless Injector
  • Single Flame Ionization Detector
  • Electronic Pressure Control on detector and injector
  • HPIB Communications

Headspace Sampler

The high performance, gas-tight heated syringe is a simple and robust system. It eliminates the dead volume and absorption effects, typical of sample loops and transfer lines, which can also impede their detection at very low levels. The syringe only concept allows for sequential injections, even with samples characterized by highly dissimilar features. Even the most chemically active compounds can be analysed, without needing to change any of the sample pathways.

Features:

  • Brand New Condition
  • Compatible with ChemStation
  • Comparable to Agilent & CTC samplers
  • Easy to use
  • Lowest total cost of ownership in the industry
  • GC Mounting Kit & Cables
  • Touch screen
  • Orbital shaking capability
  • LAN and TTL Electrical Control

Specifications:

  • 42 Position
  • Rack for 20ml vials
  • 6 Oven Position
  • Oven Temperature Range: 40-170℃
  • 2.5ml Heated Headspace Syringe
  • HTA Autosampler Manager Software
  • External Pressure Regulator
  • Solvent & Waste vial Kit: Vials, Caps, Septa (1set)
  • Heated Syringe(1pc): 2.5ml plunger & glass barrel