Automatic Dilution Capabilities for Trace Level Combustion Elemental Analysis
Nov 14 2017 Read 775 Times
Preparation of calibration standards for total sulfur, nitrogen or chlorine analysis requires high quality solvents, clean environmental conditions and accurate handling skills.
To make the life of your laboratory operations easier and improved productivity, TSHR has developed an automatic dilution module as integrated part of their Liquid Autosampler models, HR 7000 series, and controlled by Athena software.
This intelligent automatic diluter will take from a standard stock solution certain volumes and transfer these to assigned sample vials with addition of blank solvent and ensure a number of homogenous standards are prepared without any further manual handling. The dilutor tool will enable customers to prepare their own calibration lines with customised and selectable concentrations. After preparation of these standards the TSHR Combustion Elemental Analyser will analyse the standards and prepare calibration line prior to samples analysis. This feature of automatic dilution can be scheduled at any time and so will enhance your laboratory productivity.
The range of TSHR HR 7000 series, liquid autosamplers, is available in various configurations, whereby the HR 7100 model, which supports the automatic dilution feature, will also be available with heated and cooled tray configurations.
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