Liners and O-rings for Thermo GCs

Inlet Liners and O-rings for Thermo Scientific GC Systems from Agilent

Agilent inlet liners for Thermo Scientific GC systems provide the optimum environment for samples to be vaporized and mixed with the carrier gas in the inlet system. The portfolio is a perfect combination of liner configurations and chemistries that solves a wide range of application challenges when using Thermo Scientific GC systems.

Choose from split, splitless, PTV, and other inlet liner designs, available in either innovative Ultra Inert deactivation, or Agilent's popular original deactivation. With part and lot numbers silk-screened onto all Agilent liners, identification and re-ordering have never been easier.

Agilent fluoroelastomer or graphite liner O-rings for Thermo Scientific GC systems help to effectively seal the inlet liner. Fluoroelastomer O-rings are ready for use and benefit from a proprietary two-step cleaning and conditioning process. This process eliminates outgassing of contaminants. Plasma treatment results in a nonstick, contaminant-free surface. A novel dial package also conveniently delivers one clean O-ring at a time. Graphite O-rings are used when operating inlet temperatures exceed 350 °C. Agilent's liner O-rings provide high performance inlet liner sealing in Thermo Scientific GC systems for many challenging applications.

Liners and O-rings for Thermo GCs

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Features
  • The perfect mix of liner configurations and chemistries to solve a wide variety of application challenges
  • Agilent Ultra Inert liners offer reproducibility, robustness, and reliability
  • Agilent Ultra Inert liners are delivered in Agilent's exclusive Touchless packaging
  • Agilent original deactivation is recommended for everyday analysis
  • Liners are sealed in the inlet with fluoroelastomer or graphite O-rings
  • Graphite O-rings are used when inlet temperatures exceed 350 °C
  • Fluoroelastomer O-rings are easier to replace than graphite O-rings, which deteriorate more readily under certain conditions 
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