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OI Analytical

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Company Description

OI Analytical designs, manufactures, markets, and supports analytical instruments used for sample preparation, detection, and measurement of chemical compounds and elements. OI Analytical is based in College Station, Texas, with a second facility located in Birmingham, Alabama.

Chief Chromatographic Techniques Supported

  • GC
  • GC–MS
  • Purge-and-trap sample introduction
  • Thermal desorption
  • Dynamic headspace
  • GPC sample clean-up
  • Continuous air monitoring GC systems

Markets Served

Principal markets/industries served include environmental testing, drinking and wastewater treatment, chemicals and petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, homeland security, and chemical weapons demilitarization.

Major Products/Services

OI Analytical provides instruments that enhance chromatographic separations and analysis including:

  • Custom-configured, integrated GC and GC–MS systems
  • Eclipse 4660 purge-and-trap for VOC analysis of water and soil
  • Master TD 4750 thermal desorber for VOC analysis of air
  • Selective detectors GC systems including unique tandem combinations
  • PFPD–pulsed flame photometric detector for S and P compounds
  • XSD™ Halogen specific detector
  • PID/ELCD tandem photoionization/electrolytic conductivity detector
  • PID/FID tandem photoionization/flame-ionization detector
  • PID/XSD tandem photoionization/halogen specific detector
  • GPC–gel permeation chromatography systems for sample clean-up and improved GC/GC–MS analysis of contaminant residues
  • IonCam™ 2020 Transportable Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer


OI Analytical operates research and manufacturing sites in College Station, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama occupying 88,000 square feet.

OI Analytical
151 Graham Road
P.O. Box 9010
College Station, TX 77842

(979) 690–1711
(800) 653–1711

(979) 690–0440






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