Varian 450 GC Manual

If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide on operating the Varian 450, look no further than the official Varian 450 GC manual. The manual covers how to program the equipment, set up analysis methods, data processing of chromatograms, ramps heating, calibration, and quantification. You may need help troubleshooting your Varian 450. With proper usage, there is less risk of damage, and you’ll learn how to get the most out of it.

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For safe and optimum performance, the Varian 450 GC must be used properly. Carefully read and follow all instructions and guidelines in this manual and give special attention to the CAUTION and WARNING statements. Misuse may damage the unit or cause harm or serious injury.

Varian 450 key features

A gas chromatograph is used for analyzing and identifying compounds in a sample. They work by separating the compounds in a sample into individual components, which can then be identified by their unique chemical signatures.

The Varian 450 GC is a highly sensitive and accurate tool that is used in many different industries, including environmental testing, pharmaceutical research, and forensics. In addition to its use in research and analysis, the Varian 450 GC can also be used for quality control purposes in manufacturing.

Varian 450 GC Specifications

1041 Packed/Wide-bore On-Column (PWOC) Injector
Pressure range:0-150 psi.
Total flow:50 mL/min (Type 3 EFC)
500 mL/min (Type 4 EFC)
Maximum temperature:450 °C.
Suited for columns:Wide bore (0.53 mm)
Packed (1/8 ” to 1/4 ”).
Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD)
Maximum temperature:450 °C
Detectivity:300 pg/mL (Butane).
Linear dynamic range:10^6
Operational quality:Filament protection
Automatic bridge balancing
Electronic Flow Control (EFC)EFC 14
Flame Ionization Detector (FID)
Maximum temperature:450 °C.
Detectivity:2 pg C/sec
Linear dynamic range:10^7
Flame tip type:ceramic (patented).
Operational quality:Flame-out detection
Auto re-ignition.
Electronic Flow Control (EFC)EFC 11