The DHS option efficiently extracts and concentrates VOCs from liquid or solid samples placed in standard 10 mL or 20 mL headspace vials (DHS) or in larger sample containers (250 mL, 500 mL or 1 L) using the the DHSLarge extension. The sample is thermostated and agitated while the headspace is purged with a controlled flow of inert gas, providing controlled and efficient extraction conditions. Sample temperatures can be selected from 10 °C to 200 °C. Lowering the temperature provides a means of reducing the amount of water vapor released and ultimately re-trapped. The DHS option provides an independent rack of adsorbent tubes that are used for analyte trapping/concentration. Unlike all other purge-and-trap or dynamic headspace type systems, the GERSTEL DHS can automatically select which trap to use for each sample if desired. The temperature of the adsorbent tube during the DHS process can be varied from 20 °C to 70 °C for optimal trapping of the analytes of interest.
TDU or TD 3.5+ tubes can be used depending on which DHS option is installed. Following analyte trapping/concentration, the tube is automatically transferred to the TDU/TD 3.5+ for thermal desorption and analyte transfer to the GC. Tubes are fitted with individual adapters enabling both automated movement and leak-free sealing during the dynamic headspace and thermal desorption steps and during storage in the autosampler tray.
The DHS option is completely controlled by GERSTEL MAESTRO software which provides simple method and sequence set-up and parallel processing for over 100 samples. can be run in one sequence using different method parameters
Main Features and Advantages
- The GERSTEL Dynamic Headspace option provides lower detection limits than static headspace, SPME and other widely used techniques
- Becoming sampling technique of choice due to little or no analyte discrimination during sampling process
- High productivity through high throughput design and complete automation from sample preparation to GC/MS-analysis
- Highest flexibility: User defined extraction time, flow, temperature and adsorbent
- The Dynamic Headspace technology provides multiple water management options to ensure best chromatography and MS stability
- Allows user selected packed TDU/TD 3.5+ tubes to be used for analyte trapping/concentration
- Excellent reproducibility through precise temperature and flow control.
- Extremely low detection limits.
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- Flavor and Fragrance Analysis of Consumer Products – Dynamic Headspace Compared to Some Traditional Approaches
- Qualitative Analysis of a Finished Personal Care Product using the GERSTEL MultiPurpose Sampler MPS configured with Multiple Sample Introduction Techniques
- A New Purge Tool for Use with Automated Headspace Analysis
- Determination of 2-Methylisoborneol, Geosmin and 2,4,6-Trichloroanisole in Drinking Water by Dynamic Headspace Coupled to Selectable 1D/2D GC/MS with Simultaneous Olfactory Detection
- Automated Dynamic Headspace Sampling of Aqueous Samples using Replaceable Adsorbent Traps, Part II
- Implementation of USP <467> “Residual Solvents” using a GERSTEL MPS Syringe Based Headspace Autosampler
- Fragrance Profiling of Consumer Products using a Fully Automated Dynamic Headspace System
- The Use of a MultiPurpose Sampler for Headspace GC-MS Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in Human Urine
- Quantification of Ethanol in Complex Oil Samples: A Comparison of Different Headspace Methods and an Automated Direct Injection Method
- Automated Static and Dynamic Headspace Analysis with GC/MS for Determination of Abundant and Trace Flavour Compounds in Alcoholic Beverages Containing Dry Extract
- Automated Dynamic Headspace Sampling of Aqueous Samples Using Replaceable Adsorbent Traps, Part l
- Determination of Aldehydes and Ketones in Oily Matrices using a Novel Dynamic Headspace Sampler Coupled to GC/MS
- Comparison of the Sensitivity of Static Headspace GC, Solid Phase Microextraction, and Direct Thermal Extraction for Analysis of Volatiles in Solid Matrices
- Advances in the Capillary Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Beverages using PTV Injection Combined with Ancillary Sample Introduction Systems