Our GC solvent qualities are ideal for all gas chromatography applications. These solvents are specially developed and tested for ECD, FID and MS detection to ensure a maximum signal-to-noise ratio in the largest specified retention time range. Our solvents for headspace gas chromatography are developed specifically for the analysis of residual solvents in drug substances, excipients, and drug products according to Ph. Eur. and USP. High purity is provided by specially designed production processes for accurate, reliable and reproducible analytical results.

SupraSolv® GC Solvents Specifications

SupraSolv® solvents for gas chromatography ECD and FID

GL = glass bottle I ST = stainless steel barrel I * = sum of hexane isomers + methyl cyclopentane (GC) ≥ 99.8 %
GC-ECD (retention range 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene to Decachlorobiphenyle individual signals (Lindane standard)) :, 3 pg/mL
GC-FID (retention range n-Undecane to n-Tetracontane individual signals (n-Tetradecane standard)) :, 3 ng/mL


SupraSolv® solvents for gas chromatography MS

GL = glass bottle I * = sum of hexane isomers + methyl cyclopentane (GC) ≥ 99.8 %
GC-MS (retention range n-Undecane to n-Tetracontane; scanning area 30 - 600 amu individual signals (n-Tetradecane standard)) ≤ 3 ng/mL


SupraSolv® headspace for the analysis of residual solvents according to ICH, Ph Eur and USP

GL = glass bottle
Every residual solvent of class 1 acc. CH ≤ 1 μg/g
Every residual solvent of class 2 acc. CH ≤ 10 μg/g
Every residual solvent of class 3 acc. CH ≤ 50 μg/g


SupraSolv® hypergrade solvents for organic trace analysis

GL = glass bottle
* Sum of hexane isomers + methylcyclopentane (GC) > 99.9 %
GC-ECD (retention range Dichloromethane to 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene individual signals (Tetrachloromethane standard)) ≤ 1 ng/mL
GC-ECD (retention range 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene to Decachlorobiphenyle individual signals (Lindane standard)) ≤ 2 pg/mL
GC-FID (retention range n-Undecane to n-Tetracontane individual signals (n-Tetradecane standard)) ≤ 2 ng/mL
GC-MS (retention range n-Undecane to n-Tetracontane; scanning area 30 - 600 amu individual signals (n-Tetradecane standard) ≤ 2 ng/mL