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Large Volume TITAN XL GC Inlet

Sample preparation is the weakest link in the analytical chain and presents the biggest opportunity for cost savings in GC analysis. The TITAN XL allows for larger volumes of sample to be injected into the GC resulting in fewer steps needed to concentrate a sample.


  • Universal GC inlet that provides split/splitlesTITAN XL Installeds and large volume injection in a single inlet.

  • Proprietary coil and cartridge heater gives the TITAN XL the ability to reach an elevated temperature in short periods of time
  • Sample path coated in Inertium to reduce breakdown and eliminates carry over
  • Useful for a wide range of applications including wastewater extracts, food extracts, pesticides and PAH
  • Peltier Cooling Unit (PCU) eliminates the need for cryogenes while still allowing for sub-ambient and sub-zero temperatures 
  • Compatible with both the Agilent Technologies 6890 and 7890 gas chromatography

Features and Benefits

1. Universal Inlet Capabilities 2. Inertium Coated Sample Path 3. Injection Volumes
     Split/Splitless      Reduces coking and breakdown      Split Mode: .25 - 2μL
     Pulsed Split/Splitless      Enhances repeatability      Splitless Mode: .25 - 2µL
     Large Volume PTV      Nearly eliminates surface interaction      PTV Mode: 1 - 1000μL
4. Multiple Cryogenic Options 5. No External Controller or Software 6. Multiple Liner Options
     LN2      Controlled by ChemStation      Borosilicate
     Air      Works with Agilent EPC      Quartz
     CO2      No Additional Cabling      Inertium Coated

Peltier Cooling Unit (PCU)

In Large Volume Injections (LVI) the inlet temperature starts at ambient or sub-ambient temperatures depending on the boiling point of the solvent. The ability to cool the inlet down to these reduced temperatures is often done using LN2 or LCO2. Cryogenic gases are expensive, consume large amounts of floor space and require the laboratory to add additional safety measures. In contrast, the Peltier Control Unit (PCU) from ASAP Analytical is low cost, has a small footprint and requires no additional safety measures. The PCU can be programmed to begin cooling after an injection has been made to decrease the cycle time between sample runs. This critical feature helps labs to increase productivity and lower cost per sample. When installed in combination with the TITAN XL, labs can see instant benefits in cost reduction, flexibility, and reductions in cycle time.


Injection Volume: 1-1000μL
Maximum Temperature 500ºC
Ramp Rate: 720ºC/minute
Cooling Options: LN2, Air + CO2
Modes of Operation: S/SL, pS/SL + LVI
       GC Agilent 6850, 6890 + 7890
       ALS: Agilent + CTC
       GC Software: GC ChemStation (A.04.02 or later)
       MSD Software: MSD ChemStation (A.03.00 or later)
       Merlin MicroSeal: Yes
       EPC: Yes
Split Ratio: As high as 7500:1
Pressure: 0-100ps
H2 + He Flow: 0-1000mL/min H2 or He
N2 Flow: 0-200mL/min
Capillary Column: 0.1mm - 0.53mm, maximum of 0.8mm
Ferrule Type: Encapsulated Graphite
Sample Type: Liquid or Gaseous


Analysis of DRO
Analysis of PAH
Analysis of EPH


TITAN XL Product Brochure

TITAN XL Product Datasheet


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