OI XSD

OI XSD Model 5360


The Model 5360 XSD™ offers superior selectivity for detection of halogen-containing compounds.

Analysis of Halogen-containing components

Installed in the standard port of a gas chromatograph (GC), the Model 5360 XSD™ detects halogen-containing compounds eluting from the GC’s capillary column. This instrument is unique in the fact that it doesn’t contain radioactive sources or use organic solvents like other halogen selective detectors. This eliminates the need for catalyst tubes, solvents, resin cartridges, pumps, and transfer lines.

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  • Applications

    Specifications

    Dynamic Range 

    >105

    Linear Range

    >104

    Detectivity

    <1 pg Cl/second

    Selectivity

    Cl:HC > 104

  • Benefits

    • High halogen selectivity vs. hydrocarbon simplifies analyses and minimizes (or eliminates) the need for sample preparation

    • High detector sensitivity permits very low-level selective analysis of halogen-containing (Cl, Br, F) compounds

    • Unique jet design minimizes peak tailing due to unswept dead volumes

    • Requires only air to operate

    • Designed to operate on most GC makes and models

    • No routine maintenance required

    • Enhanced venting option diverts solvent before entry to the reactor

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  • Options

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