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Zebron-ZB-Dioxin GC Columns
Analyze dioxins and furans with Zebron ZB-Dioxin GC columns

Zebron-ZB-Dioxin GC Columns

Dioxin Analysis by GC

SINGLE column solution for Faster Dioxin analysis

Zebron ZB-Dioxin columns are specifcally tailored for the analysis of dioxins and furans in Food and Environmental matrices. Tetra Dioxins and tetra Furans are highly toxic, the current analysis is time consuming and requires two GC columns and two GC-HRMS instruments. The unique selectivity of ZB-Dioxin provides an enhanced resolution of 2,3,7,8-TCDD and 2,3,7,8-TCDF from its isomers in one run, as a result customer will be using the ZB-Dioxin as a single column solution for Dioxin analysis. Upgrade your existing Dioxin phase to Zebron ZB-Dioxin GC columns and get all the analytical benefts of proven single solution.


Zebron™ ZB-Dioxin features

  • Improve Lab productibity by 50%
  • Enhanced resolution of TCDD & TCDF
  • Improved column lifetime with integrated column option
  • MS Certified, low bleed GC column

Recommended Applications

Dioxin in Food, Environmental sample , Persistent Organic Pollutant Category (POPs) in food

Our Customer Says YES!

The ZB-Dioxin achieves superior resolution for both 2,3,7,8-TCDD and 2,3,7,8-TCDF while not only maintaining chromatography for the hexes but actually improving it.  This is all performed while reducing the overall runtime over traditional 5ms dioxin columns by as much as 25%.  The ZB-Dioxin increases throughput by not only eliminating the need for a second column confirmation, but also by allowing additional samples to be analyzed in each 12-hour analytical sequence”

Andrew Patterson, Eurofin USA


“The ZB-Dioxin beta column gave slightly better peak
separation of isomers allowing better quantitation
and perhaps reduced down-time due to less frequent

Kevin Bowen,
McCampbell Analytica

Temperature Limits
40 to 320/340
Phase Composition
Regenerated Cellulose (RC)
Recommended Use
A single dioxin column for the analysis of aromatic compounds like dioxins, furans and PCBs in food and environmental matrices