The Varian CP-3800 GC meets all your analytical requirements with practical solutions for simple and complex applications. In a standard configuration, the CP-3800 accommodates up to three injectors and three detectors, all operating simultaneously. In addition, the CP-3800 is easily configured to perform on-line analyses for monitoring critical gas and liquid process streams. The CP-3800’s flexible platform lets you start with a basic configuration and add a wide variety of options in the field. Options include additional channels, gas and liquid sampling valves, and external sampling devices. Future upgrades guarantee that you can meet changing requirements at a moment’s notice. Unleash the full potential of the CP-3800 GC with the Galaxie Chromatography Data System. Galaxie dramatically improves daily workflow with intuitive, easy-to-use graphical interfaces for instrument control, data acquisition, processing, and standard and custom reporting. From a simple stand-alone GC system, to an automated Simulated Distillation package, the CP-3800 GC with Galaxie provides a powerful solution to all of your GC analytical needs. The CP-3800 GC from Varian—unlimited possibilities!
|Temperature Range||4 to 450 °C|
|Detector||Flame Ionization Detector (FID) • Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) • Electron Capture Detector (ECD) • Thermionic Specific Detector (TSD or NPD) • Pulsed Flame Photometric Detector (PFPD)|
|GC System Type||Modular|
|Humidity||5% to 95%|
|Number of Detectors||3|
|Power Requirements||101V, 120V, 230V|
a month ago
|CP 3800 Keypad issues|
I've had to replaced the keypad on our instrument several times in the past year. We only need to start/stop the GC because we are acquiring the signal with an Agilent 35900E A/D box and Agilent software. Is there a way to install a simple button/switch to start/stop the GC?
2 months ago
|EFC Module |
We Use CP-3800 for 10 years. recently while swiching On GC, A message appears momentarily " Remove or repair EFC Modules"
We plan to replace Type 1 EFC-21 & EFC-24.
Could you give me Part No and Aavailable source or any alternatives of this product ?
3 months ago
|Progressive reduction of signal |
We have two Varian CP-3800 GC units. In the analysis* with TSD (GC1) and TSD or FID (GC2) both chromatographs show a progressive reduction of signal in the detection of nicotine during the day (for example, using TSD in a day the initial ABC is 1000 in the morning and the final ABC is 800-900 in the afternoon). Because both chromatographs are showing the same problem and share the main gas supply lines, we verify and there are no gas leaks.*Using very similar methods: same capillary column type, program temperature, standard solution (fresh or old), solvent, etc.
Does anyone know why this is happening?