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Agilent 6890N Gas Chromatograph System with 7683 Injector

Reliable gas chromatograph suitable for analysis within a wide range of applications.

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The 6890N GC is suitable for a wide range of applications – providing a quality chromatography solution in research, quality control and chemical analysis. Quick and precise temperature control in the oven ensures optimal peak shape and separation. Can be used with a range of suitable detectors, including MSD, FID, TCD, micro-ECD, NPD and FPD.

Features of the 6890N:

  • Integrated autosampler for complete automation of sample injection
  • Atmospheric pressure and temperature compensation ensures results remain constant regardless of the ambient environment.
  • Dual channel design supports two inlets and two detectors, if required.
  • Column oven operating temperature from +4 °C above ambient to 450 °C, with ramp steps of 1 °C
  • Supports up to six positive or negative oven ramps, with up to seven plateau stages
  • Up to 120 °C / min ramp rate (up to 115 °C. Reduced at higher temperatures)
  • Supports up to three pressure/flow ramps, with adjustments in increments of 0.01 psi
  • Split / splitless injectors, with full control over split ratio, up to 7500:1. Pressure pulsed splitless is easily accessible
  • Gas saver mode
  • Complete technical specifications available in the datasheet below


Download the Agilent 6890N User Manual


Additional information

Weight50 kg
Dimensions57 × 90 × 53 cm





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