Phoenix 8000 is ideal for applications requiring high sensitivity, such as: drinking, pharmaceutical grade, (Clean-in-Place, Water-for-Injection), ground, surface, semiconductor grade, steam power and ultra-pure water. Source and Drinking Water: TOC analysis is a simple, fast and inexpensive screen to determine natural organic material (NOM). Phoenix 8000 meets requirement on Standard Methods 5310C and 5310B, EPA Methods 415.1, 415.3(New), 9060, and EN-1484.
Symyx Rapid Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC)TM is a high throughput method for characterizing polymer molecular weight and molecular weight distribution. This system includes a sample preparation system that is used to dilute the polymer samples and inject the samples into the GPC system. The sample preparation system has heated liquid dispensing pipettes for handling viscous polymers. The GPC system uses high-speed columns and an evaporative light scattering detector. Samples can be analyzed in as little as 10 minutes.
The Reference 600™ Potentiostat is A member of the electrochemical family. With the Reference 600, you can measure the impedance at 1 MHz with less than 2% error because the Reference 600 has a Rise Time of less than 250 nanoseconds. You can acquire data in DC experiments at 300 kHz, or one data point every 3.3 microseconds which translates to a scan rate in cyclic voltammetry of 1200 volts/second with a Step Height of 4 mV.
High levels of sensitivity and specificity make fluorescence an increasing favorable mode of detection for HPLC. Waters 474 Fluorescence detector with advanced programming and scanning capabilities surpasses the previous standard for sensitivity set by the 470 detector.
The CBM-20A is a Web-based HPLC system controller. Equipped with a data buffering function, the CBM-20A acts as an interface for connecting LC workstations, network-client computers, and analytical instruments via Ethernet. An easy-to-use Web interface enables users to set-up, control and monitor their HPLC remotely. This centralized management ensures efficiency, offers added security with multi-level user access options, provides a flexible analytical environment, and helps to conserve valuable bench space.
Shimadzu's GC-2014 gas chromatograph. Ideal for routine analysis in the R&D lab or industrial setting, the GC-2014 utilizes the high-end technology of the GC-2010 Plus to cover a wide range of applications from capillary to packed column analysis. The large GC oven will accommodate up to 4 detectors and 2 injection ports.
With 7 heated zones and sixteen 24 volt relays, this GC can be configured to perform the most demanding analyses. The all-metal construction makes this workhorse GC rugged enough for use in the lab or in an industrial setting.
TOC analyzer for solids and liquids. The demand for reliable TOC analysis in solid materials such as sludges, sediments and soils have led Skalar to complement its range of Total Organic Carbon analyzers with the Primacs SLC Analyzer. Based on a dual oven design the analyzer is capable of performing rapid, reliable, separate determinations of Total Carbon (TC), Inorganic Carbon (IC) and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) on one instrument, and has been developed especially for solid materials on sample weights of up to two grams.
Extractions that normally take hours can be done in minutes using Accelerated Solvent Extraction System (ASE®). Compared to techniques like Soxhlet and sonication, ASE generates results in a fraction of the time. In addition to speed, ASE offers a lower cost per sample than other techniques by reducing solvent consumption by up to 90%.
•Extractions in minutes
•Dramatic solvent reduction
•Wide range of applications
•Approved for use by the U.S. EPA and CLP Program
•Automated Extraction of up to 24 samples
•Sample Cell sizes: 1, 5, 11, 22, and 33 mL