How Portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer help to check food adulteration

 

Gas chromatograph
Portable Gas chromatograph

How Torion T-9 Portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer help to check food adulteration. This portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometry is certainly very good for an academic researcher and to check food adulteration. This portable device can help to measure any volatile, solid and liquid substance in the field instantly even from the food if used some preservatives.  The maximum weight of this portable device is 32 pounds so it can be carried anywhere in the spot. Torion T-9 Portable chromatograph and the mass spectrometer is equipped with all the necessary parts built-in inside.  In comparison to bench type heavy weighted GCMS, here no need for the external vacuum pump, Helium, and Nitrogen gas supply, and gas chromatography oven as everything was inside built-in.

The Features are;

  • Low thermal mass capillary gas chromatograph with high-speed temperature programming
  • Fast, reliable, and easy to use
  • Mass range from 41 to 500 Daltons
  • Solid phase microextraction (SPME) fiber syringe to inject the sample
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Color touch screen to see the result data curve

How can you use this portable gas chromatograph?

You can use for academic research, especially environmental science and paleo-environmental exploration, forensic science, food industry, food safety, drug and pharmacy, and many other sectors. The food adulteration can be checked by this portable device and is a very good option for the food security administrator to identify the food adulterant on the spot.

How to use this device?

It is very easy to use. Just inject the sample inside the portable device with a Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) fiber syringe.

How much does it cost?

For detail cost Please visit this site link.

How does it work?

The technology behind the gas chromatograph master spectrometry is based on the molecule transport through the column and separate the molecule based on the molecular weight. Then transfer to the ion source to be fragmented by the voltage applied there and then transfer to the detector to be detected by the detector. The technology is the same as the Bench type gas chromatograph and mass spectrometer.

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