The MobilGC is an gas-phase chromatograph and easy to use. The device is suitable for on-site operation, online process monitoring and laboratory work. Its special feature is the internal gas supply, which allows the on-site use.

You can chose between two detectors (FID, TCD) or both, according to the analytical problem. Commonly capillary columns as well as packed and micro packed columns can be used. The columns are individually heated. It is possible to adjust various temperature programs for each column. Your sample is injected manually or automatically into a sample loop. The automatic injection is realized by an internal pump.

The comfortable software allows fast and accurate analysis and various evaluation modes. Fully automated online measurements are possible.

Working range: 1 ppm … 100 %
Resolution: 0.1 ppm
Typical measurement duration: 2 … 30 min (dependent on the sample)
Sample volume: 0.01 … 1mL
Number of columns: Max. 2 (types selectable)
Temperature of column heating: Max. 250 °C, individually adjustable with temperature programs
Internal carrier gas supply and fuel gas supply: One week (40 hours) of operation
Power supply: 230 V / 50 Hz
Power consumption: Up to 240 W
Dimensions: 500 x 457 x 305 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: 23 kg


  • Portable gas chromatograph for on-site operation, online-process monitoring and laboratory work
  • Device in a case suitable for outdoor use
  • Internal gas supply for one week (40 hours) of operation
  • Detectors (FID, TCD) with digital data acquisition
  • Methanizer for quantitative converting of CO and CO2 into methane
  • Application of common columns
  • Individual heating of each column with adjustable temperature programs up to 250 °C
  • Adaptation of hardware to various sample types
  • Fully automated measurement procedure and easy calibration principle
  • Special gas-in-oil analysis with partial vacuum degassing
  • Process monitoring with overview measurements and detail measurements
  • Creation of various measurement methods for device control
  • Integration of sum peaks and single peaks