The plug-and-play system, without any column [trimming] and other necessary manipulation, gives the opportunity for everyone to change a column when needed, without any fear of leakages or something much worse. With the Flow Chip technology, it’s possible to split flow post-column for two different detectors or split [to different columns] before identical detectors. Within the conventional GCs, we still need re-calibration or calibration after two or five days. With the Intuvo 9000, we are going to reduce our system checking measurements. That will vastly reduce wasting time and money for non-profitable system control checks.
Trackside Support Engineer, TotalEnergies Additives and Fuels Solutions
Agilent's Intuvo system has given us a new experience for routine analysis. Using Intuvo, we can perform faster and efficient analysis, which is essential for our activities in the world of motor races. Thanks to its innovative technologies, we can perform diagnostic checks and solve functional problems. Intuvo has improved the performance of TotalEnergies’ team in the field!
Associate Director, Head of Quality Control, Lonza
I first purchased the Intuvo in the effort to help our small laboratory keep up with the volume. I did not have the head count or expertise in the labs to support the more traditional GC systems. The Intuvo has proven to be a workhorse, extremely efficient, and having a small footprint. The ability to replace columns in seconds is one of the most impressive feats it can perform. Taking away the time to replace, clip columns, and adjust retention times really gives the QC lab the ability to easily handle larger volumes without increasing headcounts. Also, the touchscreen that provides step-by-step guidance on how to perform preventative maintenance is fantastic. I was able to learn the entire
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