Flame Ionization Detector (FID) – Series 4000

Because of its relatively high sensitivity to most organic compounds, the flame ionization detector is a powerful tool for measuring hydrocarbon impurities in other gases. It also provides a linear response over a wide range of analysis. The figure shows the general construction of an FID. Organic compounds from the sample stream or separation column are injected into the detector housing where they are mixed with Hydrogen and air before entering the detector jet where the mixture is burned.


  • HC measurement in Trace only.
  • Technology FID.
  • Minimum 0-1 PPM FS.LDL 10 PPB, < 10sec T90.
  • Back ground Gas matrix is not a limitations.
  • Offering Available for Total hydrocarbon ( Straight Chain or Alkane, Alkenes and Alkynes). Separate Model for VOC based HC. Model
  • Totally Heated Unit till FID Chamber.
  • Inbuilt Rotary valves for controlling the Fuel Gas and Air with Available N2 port for Dilutions the Sample and enhancing moisture extractions.
Operating Temperature  : 40 – 110° F
Max power consumption  : 90 VA to 600 VA
Outputs  : 0-1 VDC and 4-20 mA DC, Isolated current output
Display  : Bright LED concentration display


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