Gas chromatography with flame ionisation detector
Deadline for application:
Sun, 4 Apr. 2021
This is a business opportunity for an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets their requirements. A government agency has issued a tender to supply, install and commission gas chromatography with a flame ionisation detector.
You must be able to supply, deliver, install, and commissioning the following requirements. It should:
– come with at least one split inlet
– have a split injection of up to 1000:1
– have inert flow path design to minimise peak tailing and compound adsorption
– be able to accommodate at least one capillary column with internal diameters ranging from 0.32mm to 0.53mm
– have an oven with a temperature range of at least 40 °C to 200 °C with an increment of minimally 1°C
– have multiple temperature ramps
– allow users to set gas flow rate and pressure
– have gas saver mode during standby and system failure
– come with a sensor/control for gas flow rate, pressure, temperature to ensure set values are achieved and maintained
– have an oven temperature should automatically turn off when the door is opened
– have a column outlet split into both the FID and MSD
– an FID detector that has data rates up to 100Hz and it must have a linear dynamic range of at least 7 orders of magnitude
You must be in Singapore to install and perform sample evaluation using the exact system configuration as proposed.
Further information is available upon request.
Opportunity closing date:
04 April 2021
Value of the contract:
To be confirmed
The buyer is happy to talk to:
Express your interest:
Express your interest to the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore.
All submissions will be reviewed and you will be notified of any potential next steps. You can only express your interest if you are a UK registered company.
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