The Seychelles Bureau of Standards has opened a new gas chromatograph room for the testing of alcohol
The Seychelles Bureau of Standards has opened a new gas chromatograph room at its premises in Providence for the testing of alcohol.
Equipped with SCION Instruments ‘Scion 456 FID GC’, with VERSA headspace sampler, the gas chromatograph (GC) room was officially opened by Seychelles Bureau of Standards (SBS) chief executive Andy Ally, in the presence of deputy chief executive Sreekala Nair, staff and representatives from the regulatory and manufacturing bodies.
Scion 456 FID GC with VERSA headspace sampler
The new gas chromatograph was purchased through funding made available to the government of Seychelles under the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) Fund to support in the implementation of a government policy related to alcohol prevention and abuse.
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