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We have inhouse facility to manufacture high quality Gas Chromatography Machine in India and supply to Gas Chromatography Machine in Uruguay
Our Research and development team is highly equipped with the manufacturing of top quality of Gas Chromatography Machine and supply to Uruguay
Specification of Gas Chromatography Machine
This is a high performance sturdy modular Gas Chromatography instrument suitable for most applications. The system is designed & built on Plug & Play concept wherein the user can install and maintain the system using factory support. This highly successful model has been appreciated by industries where performance and ruggedness is valued over unused features. The precision, accuracy and performance is at par with other advanced GC’s available in the market while the ownership cost is a fraction as compared to them.
Innovative & Advanced Features
Micro Controller / Micro convector based system with auto diagnosis.
Auto diagnostics and self check on power on.
Choice of FID, Dual FID, TCD & Micro TCD.
Large soft touch membrane keyboard (32 key) with audible keep for positive contact.
Individual alarm set points for all zones with user settable alarm limits.
Electronic safety cut off with alarm (audio – visual) for all heated zones are also user settable.
Isothermal as well as programmable Mode with 99 steps and 100 method files storage.
Choice of Inlet systems – Packed, Capillary, Methanizer, PTV, GSV etc.
RS 232 C link up to optionally available.
Modular and compact design.
Why we supply Gas Chromatography Machine in Uruguay ?
Uruguay (/ˈjʊərəɡwaɪ/ (listen); Spanish: [uɾuˈɣwai] (listen)), officially the Oriental Republic of Uruguay or the Eastern Republic of Uruguay (Spanish: República Oriental del Uruguay), is a country in South America. It shares borders with Argentina to its west and southwest and Brazil to its north and northeast, while bordering the Río de la Plata to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. It is part of the Southern Cone region of South America. Uruguay covers an area of approximately 181,034 square kilometers (69,898 sq mi) and has a population of an estimated 3.4 million, of whom around 2 million live in the metropolitan area of its capital and largest city, Montevideo.
The area that became Uruguay was first inhabited by groups of hunter–gatherers 13,000 years ago. The predominant tribe at the moment of the arrival of Europeans was the Charrúa people, when the Portuguese first established Colónia do Sacramento in 1680; Uruguay was colonized by Europeans late relative to neighboring countries. The Spanish founded Montevideo as a military stronghold in the early 18th century because of the competing claims over the region. Uruguay won its independence between 1811 and 1828, following a four-way struggle between Portugal and Spain, and later Argentina and Brazil. It remained subject to foreign influence and intervention throughout the 19th century, with the military playing a recurring role in domestic politics. A series of economic crises and the political repression against left-wing guerrilla activity in the late 1960s and early 1970s put an end to a democratic period that had begun in the early 20th century,[clarification needed] culminating in the 1973 coup d’état, which established a civic-military dictatorship. The military government persecuted leftists, socialists, and political opponents, resulting in deaths and numerous instances of torture by the military; the military relinquished power to a civilian government in 1985. Uruguay is today a democratic constitutional republic, with a president who serves as both head of state and head of government.
Uruguay is ranked first in the Americas for democracy, and first in Latin America in peace, low perception of corruption, and e-government. It is the lowest ranking South American nation in the Global Terrorism Index, and ranks second in the continent on economic freedom, income equality, per-capita income, and inflows of FDI. Uruguay is the third-best country on the continent in terms of Human Development Index, GDP growth, innovation, and infrastructure. Uruguay is regarded as one of the most socially progressive countries in Latin America. It ranks high on global measures of personal rights, tolerance, and inclusion issues, including its acceptance of the LGBT community. The country has legalized cannabis, same-sex marriage, prostitution and abortion. Uruguay is a founding member of the United Nations, OAS, and Mercosur.
We provide Gas Chromatography Machine in Uruguay and our machines are available to all cities in Uruguay
Our GC Machines are very reliable and cost-effective, Software is the custom built and the whole system is tested rigorously to make sure you do not face any issues. We are open for Dealership if you wish to become our reseller.