Analytical Software identifies hydrocarbon components.

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Designed for use in petrochemical laboratories, Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis (DHA) application identifies hydrocarbon components from sample data produced using gas chromatography. DHA Dashboard provides view of all analytical results on one screen and recalculates results in real-time. Software also includes graphical user interface for verification of results.



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Envantage Analytical Software Releases New Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis Software



Envantage Analytical Software announced the release of its new Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis Software application. Designed specifically for ease of use in petrochemical laboratories, the Envantage DHA software provides fast and accurate identification of hydrocarbon components from sample data produced using gas chromatography.

Unique to the Envantage DHA application is the use of the "DHA Dashboard" which provides a view of all analytical results on one screen and recalculation of results in real time. Use of the dashboard as well as a fully graphical user interface allows for exceptionally fast verification of results. The Envantage DHA software is compatable with a full range of chromatography systems including Agilent ChemStation, ChromPerfect, EZChrom, TurboChrom and Galaxy as well as any chromatography system capable of AIA(ANDI) file output.

"We feel that our DHA software will rapidly prove itself to be the first choice of laboratory users throughout the world" says Jay Grills, president of Envantage Analytical Software, "Efficiency, accuracy and ease of use is always first in the minds our our designers and I believe that it shows in this software".

A 30-day trial version is available on the Envantage web site (http://envantage.com/software/dha_trial.exe)

Envantage Analytical Software, a Cleveland Ohio based laboratory consulting company, is also the creator of the popular SimDist 2000 software, used in laboratories worldwide for Simulated Distillation analyses by gas chromatography.

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