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GC Column Configurator - Find and Compare GC Columns

Our very own innovative GC Column Configurator helps you to find the column you are looking for from more than 10,000 capillary GC columns. In a few seconds you will find gas chromatography columns by top manufacturers such as Agilent Technologies, Macherey Nagel, SGE, Vici Valco. You may select columns by packing material, film, length etc. In our shop you will find Liquid Chomatography columns and other chromatography supplies as well. Contact our customer service, if you have any questions.

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  1. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column DB-624 30m, 0.53mm, 3.00µm

    $865.36
    sku: AG125-1334
  2. Altmann Analytik

    Column Storage Cabinet for 5 GC columns

    $448.50
    sku: AAColStoreGC
  3. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column HP-5 30m, 0.32mm, 0.25µm

    $678.60
    sku: AG19091J-413
  4. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column GS-GASPRO 30m, 0.32mm

    $954.68
    sku: AG113-4332
  5. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column DB-624 30m, 0.32mm, 1.80µm

    $758.64
    sku: AG123-1334
  6. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column 5inch cage DB-WAX, 0.32mm x 30m x 0.5µm,

    $711.08
    sku: AG123-7033E
  7. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column DB-1 30m, 0.53mm, 3.00µm

    $751.68
    sku: AG125-1034
  8. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column DB-5 30m, 0.53mm, 5.00µm

    $751.68
    sku: AG125-5035
  9. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column DB-WAX 15m, 0.53mm, 1.00µm

    $426.88
    sku: AG125-7012
  10. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column HP-5MS 30m, 0.25mm, 0.25u

    $715.72
    sku: AG19091S-433
  11. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column 5inch cage, DB-1 30m, 0.32mm, 3.00µm

    $691.36
    sku: AG123-1034E
  12. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column 5inch cg DB-624 30m, 0.32mm, 1.80u

    $773.72
    sku: AG123-1334E
  13. Agilent Technologies

    GC Column 5inch cage DB-624, 0.53mm, 30m, 3.

    $881.60
    sku: AG125-1334E
  14. Macherey-Nagel

    OPTIMA-5 MS-A, 0.32 mm ID, 1.0 µm Fd,25

    $735.00
    sku: MN725812.25
  15. Supelco

    GC Column SE-54, LxID: 30m x 0.25 mm

    $670.45
    sku: SU24001
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Column selection for GC columns

It is difficult to selct the most suitable column for a specific analysis. Therefore we try to help you with the column selection as best as possible. If possible, check the sample applications of the GC manufacturers and accessory suppliers or published application notes beforehand. You can find further information in the column selection brochure of Agilent, the world's largest manufacturer of GC columns.

Selection of stationary phases for GC columns

Choose a stationary phase - the most critical decision - by factors such as selectivity. polarity and phenyl moiety.

Column diameter: great influence on other parameters

The column diameter influences the separation efficiency, the retention of the analytes, the column pre-pressure and the carrier gas flow rates.

Length and film thickness of GC columns

The column length of GC columns changes the retention, the column pre-pressure and the column bleed - as well as the costs. The separation capacity is proportional to the column length.

  • For the beginning of the method development, columns with a length of 25 - 30 meters are suitable.
  • 10 to 15 meter long columns are suitable for samples containing very few or easily separable analytes. For very small diameters, shorter columns are used to reduce the initial pressure.
  • Columns of 50 to 60 meters should only be used where resolution is not possible with other means (smaller diameter, other stationary phase, column temperature change). However, they are ideally suited for complex samples containing many substances. Long columns require a long analysis time and cause higher costs.

The film thickness of the column has an influence on retention, dissolution, column bleed, inertness and capacity.