Specializing in recycling gas chromatograph inlet liners.
Historically, liners were an expendable accessory intended to be discarded after the performance deteriorated. However, the cost of liners warrants processing them for reuse. Restoring liners to original performance is not a simple task. It requires thorough cleaning followed by a deactivation of the glass surface.
Our process guarantees a liner that is free of contamination and has a non-reactive surface for optimum chromatography. Our quality control assures consistent results time after time.
The cost savings in recycling is substantial considering the average price is $3-5 versus $12-25 for a new liner.