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VICI introduces the GC detector where the PDD (pulsed discharge detector) utilizes a stable, low-powered, pulsed DC discharge in heliu... Read more...
Pulsed discharge detector Model D-3 is designed for plug-and-play installation on Agilent GC's, with models available for the 6890 and 7890. The D-3 ... Read more...
Model D-4 a GC Detector available in versions for easy installation on most of the GC's in current use, including the Varian 3800, Shimadzu 14 and 17... Read more...
The newest member of the PDD family is also the smallest and thriftiest.
The miniPDD uses about one fifth (20%) the amount of helium as the D-3... Read more...