Useful and relevant discussions related to the gas chromatography industry including product information, troubleshooting, FAQ and recommendations from skilled experts.

  1. Employee Spotlight - Roxanne Doyle

    Employee Spotlight - Roxanne Doyle

    Introducing her in a new role, Roxanne Doyle, Account Manager.

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  2. CRS Treatments and Coatings: Clean Seals

    CRS Treatments and Coatings: Clean Seals

    CRS Ultra™ seals offer a significant reduction in volatiles and semi-volatiles, reducing the overall risk of sample contamination.

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  3. Pittcon 2018 - Orlando, FL - Feb. 26th - Mar. 1st

    Pittcon 2018 - Orlando, FL - Feb. 26th - Mar. 1st

    CRS is happy to announce that we will be returning to the 2018 Pittcon.

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  4. Why Do I Need a Pressure Relief Valve?

    Why Do I Need a Pressure Relief Valve?

    If any pressure-regulating device downstream of the cylinder and upstream of the gas filter should fail,  dangerous overpressure can occur at the instrument or in the line...

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  5. Lab Safety Warnings For Plastic Filters

    Lab Safety Warnings For Plastic Filters

    In this post, DJ demonstrates lab safety for using CRS plastic filters in the lab.

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  6. Notice: Upcoming Specification Changes to ISO Fittings

    Notice: Upcoming Specification Changes to ISO Fittings

    The overall length, from fitting end to fitting end has not changed, so that the new filters can be dropped into existing installations when replacement is necessary.

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  7. 13 mm Flip-Off Caps: Guide to Successful Crimping

    13 mm Flip-Off Caps: Guide to Successful Crimping

    The operator of the crimping tool is critical to a successful seal...

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  8. Total Solar Eclipse!

    Total Solar Eclipse!

    Be sure to look out for the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017!

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  9. UHP Gas in Organic Chemistry Labs

    UHP Gas in Organic Chemistry Labs

    Using ultra-high purity (UHP) gases simply reduces the number of variables in air-sensitive reactions. It boils down to peace of mind, and the last thing you want to do when troubleshooting an experiment is worry about a lackluster Schlenk line.

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  10. The Fundamentals of Carbon Dioxide Scrubbing

    The Fundamentals of Carbon Dioxide Scrubbing

    CRS ZPureTM CO2 traps contain sodium hydroxide (NaOH)—and lots of it. Here is how the chemistry works in CO2 scrubbing:

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