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North American Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems Market

  • Report Code: GA 1002
  • Publish Date: 17 Aug 2014
  • Next Update Date: 17 Nov 2014
  
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Chromatography is a versatile technique that can be used to carry out complicated separations like amino acid sequencing or relatively simple ones such as separating pollutants in the air. In chromatography, separation is based on differential partitioning between the mobile and stationary phase.

 

Gas chromatography (GC) is a common technique used in analytical chemistry for separating and analyzing volatile compounds. GC is typically used for separating volatile organic compounds. A typical gas chromatography system includes injectors, columns, detectors, recorders, and display.

 

North America is the largest GC systems market, and is expected to reach a value of $342.95 million by 2018. It is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.8%, from 2013 to 2018. Strict emphasis on drug and food safety and quality, increasing government funding in chromatography-based researches, rise in venture capital funding and investments, increasing conferences and symposiums on chromatography technologies, recent advances in biotechnology and pharmaceutical researches, and increasing collaborations and agreements are the key drivers propelling this market. However, extensive requirements for running the system and shortage of skilled workforce to operate high-end systems are the major factors influencing the growth of this market.

 

The GC systems market in North America can be segmented by components, products, end users, and geography. By products, the North American gas chromatography systems market is segmented into affinity columns, chiral separation columns, ion exchange phase columns, normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns, size exclusion columns, reverse phase (RP) columns, and other products.  By components, the market is segmented into Flame ionization detectors, Thermal conductivity detectors, and mass detectors. The end-users segment comprises academics, agriculture industry, biotechnology, environmental biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and other end-users. By geography, this market is segmented into U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The U.S. is the largest market for GC systems market, which is followed by Canada and Mexico.

 

The key players in the North American gas chromatography systems market include Agilent technologies, Inc., Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Waters Corporation, Shimadzu Corporation, and PerkinElmer, Inc.



1 Introduction

1.1 Introduce the Market

1.2 Objective of the study

1.3 Market Definition and Scope of the study

1.3.1 Market Definition

1.3.2 Areas covered

1.3.3 Markets Covered

1.4 Stakeholders

1.5 Research Methodology

1.5.1 Secondary sources

1.5.2 Primary Sources

1.5.3 Market estimation methodology (Top-down, bottom-up, data triangulation.)

1.5.4 Macro indicators for the study

1.6 Assumptions

1.7 List of Acronyms

2 Market Overview

3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, By Products

3.1 Split By Geography

3.2 Reverse Phase (RP) columns

3.2.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Reverse Phase (RP) columns, By Endusers

3.2.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.2.1.2 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Biotechnology

3.2.1.3 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Academics

3.2.1.4 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Other Endusers

3.2.1.5 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Agriculture Industry

3.2.1.6 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.2.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Reverse Phase (RP) columns, By Geographies

3.2.2.1 U.S.-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

3.2.2.2 Canada-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

3.2.2.3 Mexico-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

3.2.3 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns, By Products

3.2.3.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns - Empty columns

3.2.3.2 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns - Pre-packed columns

3.2.3.3 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns - Glass

3.2.3.4 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns - Plastic

3.2.3.5 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns - Metals

3.3 North America-Ion exchange phase columns

3.3.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Ion exchange phase columns, By Endusers

3.3.1.1 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.3.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Biotechnology

3.3.1.3 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Academics

3.3.1.4 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Other Endusers

3.3.1.5 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Agriculture Industry

3.3.1.6 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.3.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Ion exchange phase columns, By Geographies

3.3.2.1 U.S.-Ion exchange phase columns

3.3.2.2 Canada-Ion exchange phase columns

3.3.2.3 Mexico-Ion exchange phase columns

3.3.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Ion exchange phase columns, By Products

3.3.3.1 North America-Ion exchange phase columns - Empty columns

3.3.3.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns - Pre-packed columns

3.3.3.3 North America-Ion exchange phase columns - Glass

3.3.3.4 North America-Ion exchange phase columns - Plastic

3.3.3.5 North America-Ion exchange phase columns - Metals

3.4 North America-Size Exclusion columns

3.4.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Size Exclusion columns, By Endusers

3.4.1.1 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.4.1.2 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Biotechnology

3.4.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Academics

3.4.1.4 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Other Endusers

3.4.1.5 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Agriculture Industry

3.4.1.6 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.4.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Size Exclusion columns, By Geographies

3.4.2.1 U.S.-Size Exclusion columns

3.4.2.2 Canada-Size Exclusion columns

3.4.2.3 Mexico-Size Exclusion columns

3.4.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Size Exclusion columns, By Products

3.4.3.1 North America-Size Exclusion columns - Empty columns

3.4.3.2 North America-Size Exclusion columns - Pre-packed columns

3.4.3.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns - Glass

3.4.3.4 North America-Size Exclusion columns - Plastic

3.4.3.5 North America-Size Exclusion columns - Metals

3.5 North America-Chiral separation columns

3.5.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Chiral separation columns, By Endusers

3.5.1.1 North America-Chiral separation columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.5.1.2 North America-Chiral separation columns-Biotechnology

3.5.1.3 North America-Chiral separation columns-Academics

3.5.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Other Endusers

3.5.1.5 North America-Chiral separation columns-Agriculture Industry

3.5.1.6 North America-Chiral separation columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.5.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Chiral separation columns, By Geographies

3.5.2.1 U.S.-Chiral separation columns

3.5.2.2 Canada-Chiral separation columns

3.5.2.3 Mexico-Chiral separation columns

3.5.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Chiral separation columns, By Products

3.5.3.1 North America-Chiral separation columns - Empty columns

3.5.3.2 North America-Chiral separation columns - Pre-packed columns

3.5.3.3 North America-Chiral separation columns - Glass

3.5.3.4 North America-Chiral separation columns - Plastic

3.5.3.5 North America-Chiral separation columns - Metals

3.6 North America-Affinity columns

3.6.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America-Affinity columns, By Endusers

3.6.1.1 North America-Affinity columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.6.1.2 North America-Affinity columns-Biotechnology

3.6.1.3 North America-Affinity columns-Academics

3.6.1.4 North America-Affinity columns-Other Endusers

3.6.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Agriculture Industry

3.6.1.6 North America-Affinity columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.6.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Affinity columns, By Geographies

3.6.2.1 U.S.-Affinity columns

3.6.2.2 Canada-Affinity columns

3.6.2.3 Mexico-Affinity columns

3.6.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Affinity columns, By Products

3.6.3.1 North America-Affinity columns - Empty columns

3.6.3.2 North America-Affinity columns - Pre-packed columns

3.6.3.3 North America-Affinity columns - Glass

3.6.3.4 North America-Affinity columns - Plastic

3.6.3.5 North America-Affinity columns - Metals

3.7 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

3.7.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns, By Endusers

3.7.1.1 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Pharmaceuticals

3.7.1.2 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Biotechnology

3.7.1.3 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Academics

3.7.1.4 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Other Endusers

3.7.1.5 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Agriculture Industry

3.7.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Environmental Biotechnology

3.7.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns, By Geographies

3.7.2.1 U.S.-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

3.7.2.2 Canada-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

3.7.2.3 Mexico-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

3.7.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns, By Products

3.7.3.1 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns - Empty columns

3.7.3.2 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns - Pre-packed columns

3.7.3.3 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns - Glass

3.7.3.4 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns - Plastic

3.7.3.5 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns - Metals

3.8 North America-Other Products

3.8.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Other Products, By Endusers

3.8.1.1 North America-Other Products-Pharmaceuticals

3.8.1.2 North America-Other Products-Biotechnology

3.8.1.3 North America-Other Products-Academics

3.8.1.4 North America-Other Products-Other Endusers

3.8.1.5 North America-Other Products-Agriculture Industry

3.8.1.6 North America-Other Products-Environmental Biotechnology

3.8.2 North America-Other Products, By Geographies

3.8.2.1 U.S.-Other Products

3.8.2.2 Canada-Other Products

3.8.2.3 Mexico-Other Products

4 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, By Endusers

4.1 Split By Geography

4.2 North America-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America,Pharmaceuticals, By Products

4.2.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.1.7 North America-Other Products-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Pharmaceuticals, By Geographies

4.2.2.1 U.S.-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.2.2 Canada-Pharmaceuticals

4.2.2.3 Mexico-Pharmaceuticals

4.3 North America-Biotechnology

4.3.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Biotechnology, By Products

4.3.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Biotechnology

4.3.1.7 North America-Other Products-Biotechnology

4.3.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Biotechnology, By Geographies

4.3.2.1 U.S.-Biotechnology

4.3.2.2 Canada-Biotechnology

4.3.2.3 Mexico-Biotechnology

4.4 North America-Academics

4.4.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America,Academics, By Products

4.4.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Academics

4.4.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Academics

4.4.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Academics

4.4.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Academics

4.4.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Academics

4.4.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Academics

4.4.1.7 North America-Other Products-Academics

4.4.2 North America-Academics, By Geographies

4.4.2.1 U.S.-Academics

4.4.2.2 Canada-Academics

4.4.2.3 Mexico-Academics

4.5 North America-Other Endusers

4.5.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Other Endusers, By Products

4.5.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Other Endusers

4.5.1.7 North America-Other Products-Other Endusers

4.5.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Other Endusers, By Geographies

4.5.2.1 U.S.-Other Endusers

4.5.2.2 Canada-Other Endusers

4.5.2.3 Mexico-Other Endusers

4.6 North America-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Agriculture Industry, By Products

4.6.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Agriculture Industry

4.6.1.7 North America-Other Products-Agriculture Industry

4.6.2 North America-Agriculture Industry, By Geographies

4.6.2.1 U.S.-Agriculture Industry

4.6.2.2 Canada-Agriculture Industry

4.6.2.3 Mexico-Agriculture Industry

4.7 North America-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Environmental Biotechnology, By Products

4.7.1.1 North America-Reverse Phase (RP) columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.2 North America-Ion exchange phase columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.3 North America-Size Exclusion columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.4 North America-Chiral separation columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.5 North America-Affinity columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.6 North America-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.1.7 North America-Other Products-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Environmental Biotechnology, By Geographies

4.7.2.1 U.S.-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.2.2 Canada-Environmental Biotechnology

4.7.2.3 Mexico-Environmental Biotechnology

5 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, By Components

5.1 Split By Geography

5.2 North America-Flame ionization detectors

5.2.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, North America-Flame ionization detectors, By Geographies

5.2.1.1 U.S.-Flame ionization detectors

5.2.1.2 Canada-Flame ionization detectors

5.2.1.3 Mexico-Flame ionization detectors

5.3 North America-Mass detectors

5.3.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Mass detectors, By Geographies

5.3.1.1 U.S.-Mass detectors

5.3.1.2 Canada-Mass detectors

5.3.1.3 Mexico-Mass detectors

5.4 North America-Thermal conductivity detectors

5.4.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Thermal conductivity detectors, By Geographies

5.4.1.1 U.S.-Thermal conductivity detectors

5.4.1.2 Canada-Thermal conductivity detectors

5.4.1.3 Mexico-Thermal conductivity detectors

5.5 North America-Other Components

5.5.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Other Components, By Geographies

5.5.1.1 U.S.-Other Components

5.5.1.2 Canada-Other Components

5.5.1.3 Mexico-Other Components

6 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, By Geographies

6.1 U.S.

6.1.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America,U.S., By Products

6.1.1.1 U.S.-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

6.1.1.2 U.S.-Ion exchange phase columns

6.1.1.3 U.S.-Size Exclusion columns

6.1.1.4 U.S.-Chiral separation columns

6.1.1.5 U.S.-Affinity columns

6.1.1.6 U.S.-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

6.1.1.7 U.S.-Other Products

6.1.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, U.S., By Endusers

6.1.2.1 U.S.-Pharmaceuticals

6.1.2.2 U.S.-Biotechnology

6.1.2.3 U.S.-Academics

6.1.2.4 U.S.-Other Endusers

6.1.2.5 U.S.-Agriculture Industry

6.1.2.6 U.S.-Environmental Biotechnology

6.1.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, U.S., By Components

6.1.3.1 U.S.-Flame ionization detectors

6.1.3.2 U.S.-Mass detectors

6.1.3.3 U.S.-Thermal conductivity detectors

6.1.3.4 U.S.-Other Components

6.2 Canada

6.2.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America,Canada, By Products

6.2.1.1 Canada-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

6.2.1.2 Canada-Ion exchange phase columns

6.2.1.3 Canada-Size Exclusion columns

6.2.1.4 Canada-Chiral separation columns

6.2.1.5 Canada-Affinity columns

6.2.1.6 Canada-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

6.2.1.7 Canada-Other Products

6.2.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Canada, By Endusers

6.2.2.1 Canada-Pharmaceuticals

6.2.2.2 Canada-Biotechnology

6.2.2.3 Canada-Academics

6.2.2.4 Canada-Other Endusers

6.2.2.5 Canada-Agriculture Industry

6.2.2.6 Canada-Environmental Biotechnology

6.2.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Canada, By Components

6.2.3.1 Canada-Flame ionization detectors

6.2.3.2 Canada-Mass detectors

6.2.3.3 Canada-Thermal conductivity detectors

6.2.3.4 Canada-Other Components

6.3 Mexico

6.3.1 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Mexico, By Products

6.3.1.1 Mexico-Reverse Phase (RP) columns

6.3.1.2 Mexico-Ion exchange phase columns

6.3.1.3 Mexico-Size Exclusion columns

6.3.1.4 Mexico-Chiral separation columns

6.3.1.5 Mexico-Affinity columns

6.3.1.6 Mexico-Normal phase/hydrophilic interaction columns

6.3.1.7 Mexico-Other Products

6.3.2 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Mexico, By Endusers

6.3.2.1 Mexico-Pharmaceuticals

6.3.2.2 Mexico-Biotechnology

6.3.2.3 Mexico-Academics

6.3.2.4 Mexico-Other Endusers

6.3.2.5 Mexico-Agriculture Industry

6.3.2.6 Mexico-Environmental Biotechnology

6.3.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, Mexico, By Components

6.3.3.1 Mexico-Flame ionization detectors

6.3.3.2 Mexico-Mass detectors

6.3.3.3 Mexico-Thermal conductivity detectors

6.3.3.4 Mexico-Other Components

7 Gas Chromatography (GC) Systems, North America, By Companies

7.1 North America, Split By Geography

7.2 North America, Agilent Technologies

7.3 North America, Thermo Fisher Scientific

7.4 North America, Waters Corporation

7.5 North America, Shimadzu Corporation

7.6 North America, Other Companies

7.7 North America, Perkin Elmer inc.

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