GC Columns from MEGA

MEGA manufactures Gas Chromatrography Capillary Columns from over 30 years. Their founder, Mario Galli, has more than 45 years of experience in Gas Chromatography technique, both in analytical and instrumentation fields. He worked in the very early years of capillary columns appearance side-by-side with Professor Kurt Grob to develop the procedures for making glass and fused silica GC capillary columns.

Today Hyperions represent MEGA with wide range of products and GC Capillary Columns, the quality of which is guaranteed by testing each individual column using the Grob Test Mixture that confirms the high efficiency of our products. The MEGA’s product range includes GC-MS low bleeding columns, FAST and Ultra-FAST GC columns and solutions for Multidimensional and GCxGC Comprehensive techniques. Moreover MEGA produces the most efficient GC capillary columns with cyclodextrines-based stationary phases for enantiomeric chiral separations (MEGA-DEX Columns Line). Hyperions can offer the possibility to completely customize the product, producing ad-hoc special columns to solve your specific analytical problem. We test your sample for you!

Our gamma-products are completed with PRESS-FIT micro connectors (Union, “Y” type and 4, 5 ways type) and a Retention-Gaps Line deactivated for any purpose.

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    The most complete range of stationary phases for Conventional-GC, FAST-GC, Wide Bore GC, Chiral-GC, GC-MS

    • Special and innovative products for Multidimensional-GC (including GCxGC), High Temperature GC and more
    • Unsurpassed Quality, Efficiency and Inertness; we produce and test each column one-by-one to assure a perfect column-to-column reproducibility
    • Custom products by request with no additional cost
    • Support and services for your GC analysis
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    MEGA Press-Fit connectors allow you to simply connect, with a tight seal, different columns or Retention Gaps
    together in many ways.

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    Get rid of the unwanted broadening of the injection band