PAC Releases New AC SeNse Sulfur Chemiluminescence Detector
Nov 16 2016 Comments 0
With Sulfur species known for their detrimental effects on catalysts in refining processes even at the lowest of levels, the need for a constant monitoring of Sulfur species throughout the complete process is quite evident. This task mandates solutions that are not only fast and sensitive, but above all very robust in time, so they can just do what they were designed for: produce the correct value.
PAC’s newly launched SeNse Sulfur Chemiluminescence Detector for gas chromatography provides all these arguments. With a Sensitivity of 0.3 pg S/sec, true equimolarity, 4 decades of linearity, 10e7 in selectivity, combined with an unrivaled stability over time, SeNse clearly is the market leading technology.
With its new ceramics, its Constant Detector Base pressure system, redesigned electronics and furnace, the SeNse has already proven to be extremely stable over time. The large touch-screen and automatic leak check routines make controlling SeNse very simple. The SeNse also provides the ability to execute GC maintenance (e.g. changing insert or septum) without switching the detector off, significantly reducing instrument downtime. SeNse is independent of GC or Chromatography Data System. For now, it can be mounted on Agilent 6890/7890A/B systems, with different platform support to be added in near future.
Lastly, SeNse uses air instead of oxygen. Air is clearly more economical, but also more readily available, and definitely safer in the lab.
The SeNse complies with key standard methods such as ASTM D5504 and D5623.
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