Online GC Column Finder from Phenomenex Enables Quick and Easy Selection
Sep 15 2015 Comments 0
Phenomenex Inc, introduces GC Column Finder – a unique, interactive tool that enables users to quickly find applications, select the right GC column and get method development recommendations and tips. GC Column Finder streamlines the selection processes for users in a range of industries including environmental, food safety, pharmaceutical, industrial chemicals, forensics and toxicology and petrochemical.
With just three clicks by the user, GC Column Finder quickly searches through hundreds of part numbers, applications and all of the widely used GC phase chemistries, delivering recommendations in less than one minute. Users can select from several ways to begin their search: application, official method (e.g. EPA, USP), part number or column manufacturer. Suggested methods and column overviews can be downloaded and saved by the user for future reference.
“Finding information on all of the available columns and methods for a particular analysis is very time-consuming,” explained Kristen Parnell, brand manager for Phenomenex. “GC Column Finder’s decision tree accesses hundreds of applications and methods to help users get their own methods up and running quickly.”
Phenomenex is a global technology leader committed to developing novel analytical chemistry solutions that solve the separation and purification challenges of researchers in industrial, clinical research, government and academic laboratories. From drug discovery and pharmaceutical development to food safety and environmental analysis, Phenomenex chromatography solutions accelerate science and help researchers improve global health and well-being.
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