An inert flowpath will eliminate surface adsorption and reactivity, improving analytical and process reliability. Our coating will stop surface adsorption of active compounds like sulfurs, H2S, ammonia, VOC’s, and mercury on stainless steel, alloys, glass, ceramic and carbon surfaces.
Calibration & Spec Gas
Fast response, save time
Adsorption of reactive compounds in calibration systems can cost labs time and money. Troubleshooting gas delivery systems can take hours or days to resolve, causing major productivity loss and jeopardizing plant regulatory compliance. Inert coatings like SilcoNert® eliminate adsorption and give the analyst virtually real time results.
Liners & Injection
An inert injection flowpath is a critical factor in achieving consistent low level detection of sensitive compounds. The industry’s most popular inert coating, SilcoNert® 2000 (also known as Siltek®) prevents interaction of injection port and liner surfaces with a wide variety of reactive compounds, allowing the lab to consistently achieve the lowest detection limits.
Low peak distortion
Does your application require ultra low level detection? Then it’s important to coat the entire sample flowpath including detectors with an inert coating like SilcoNert. Prevent common problems associated with challenging applications by coating detector surfaces with ultra inert SilcoNert
Improved sensitivity & resolution
Getting the most out of your GC means your must be completely inert for optimum separation and peak quality. SilcoNert® (Siltek®) deactivated surfaces solve column reactivity problems, enhancing peak quality and preventing peak loss.
Ampules & Needles
Prevent carryover & contamination
Reactive glass and stainless steel surfaces can hold and release reactive compounds, causing carryover, cross contamination, and degradation of sample quality. SilcoTek coatings not only stop the adsorption of active compounds, they also prevent the release of desorption of compounds, preventing cross contamination and assuring high sample quality