UFRGA Series

Nexis GC-2030 BIDUFRGA

Features

The Ultrafast RGA system utilizes the new Barrier Discharge Ionization Detector (BID) technology coupled with Nexis GC-2030 to create new system GC for ultrafast, high-sensitivity analysis. Since the electrode creating Helium plasma is totally isolated from the carrier gas, there is no chance to contaminate this electrode with a dirty sample. This enables long-term stability.

Ultrafast Analysis

  • UFRGA system completes a normal refinery gas analysis in 6 minutes.
  • Stable Helium plasma achieves excellent peak repeatability performance.
  • Intelligent flow controller AFC-2030 and advanced pressure controller (APC) provide excellent retention time repeatability.
  • BID technology enables high-sensitivity analysis.
  • Extended hydrocarbons such as C6 – C13 can be analyzed using an additional FID detector.

Chromatogram of BID

Chromatogram of FID

Heavy hydrocarbon system

  • A dual-oven system can be configured for analysis of extended hydrocarbons such as C6 – C18.

Additional FID

Tracera UFRGA Series Lineup

Model Name Nexis GC-2030 BIDUFRGA Nexis GC-2030 BIDERGA-S Nexis GC-2030 BIDUFNGA
Type of Detector BID, FID BID, FIDx2 BID, FID
Target compounds H2, O2, N2, H2S, CO, CO2, C1-C5, C6+(backflush) H2, O2, N2, H2S, CO, CO2, C1-C5, C6-C13 Permanent gases, C1-C5, H2S, C6+(backflush)
Analysis Time 16 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes
Others Simultaneously installed FID and BID realize trace amount analysis for both of permanent gases and hydrocarbons. Single oven RGA system. Although this system is compact, the BID makes it possible to analyze permanent gases to C13 including H2S. This system is configured for high speed natural gas analysis. Including H2S, Analysis is completed within 5 minutes.
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