It has been a long way since the original small group of founders in 1975 started the activity always focused with great enthusiasm and deep dedication to the develop of technologies and commercialization in the gas-chromatographic field.
DANI Academy is the new Application Center of DANI Instruments.
Specific activities like seminars, webinars, and live lab sessions are routinely run together with specific customers’ focused demos.
Blood Alcohol Components (BAC) are analyzed by gas chromatography (GC). Headspace (HS) extraction is the most common method of extraction and sample introduction into the GC. Accuracy and precision are essential in analysis involving legal matters. Speed of analysis,...read more
TCDs are popular detectors, particularly for packed columns and inorganic analytes like H2O, CO, CO2, H2 and all inert gases. Click here to read more about Thermal Conductivity Detectors . DANI Instruments' new Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) has now a Minimum...read more
DANI Instruments, Inc. Wins Contract with Shimadzu Corporation to Supply state-of-the-art FTIR Instrumentation to the Japan Police Department.
DANI Instruments, Inc. Wins Contract with Shimadzu Corporation to Supply state-of-the-art FTIR Instrumentation to the Japan Police Department.read more
Leveraging core expertise in volatiles handling technology, DANI has built an entire gas-chromatographic platform delivering high-resolution gas chromatography to market through the implementation of high performing GC systems, unique injections’ technologies, ultra-fast and sensitive detection capabilities.
DANI Master SHS confirms the reliability of the Valve&Loop technique and introduces advanced features for improved performance.
The highest sample capacity and the fully chemical inert sample path make the Master SHS a robust and flexible system to meet complex and versatile needs.
DANI provides integrated systems to fully operate USP 467 in a fully compliant manner. The systems are based on proprietary technologies in HS and GC and can accommodate different pre-existing workflows