Measurement and Testing
New Liquid Injector Module for TSHR 7000 Series Trace Level Total Nitrogen / Sulfur / Chlorine Analysers
Nov 28 2017 Read 558 Times
TSHR International has developed a new liquid autoinjector, AI 7000 model, for semi-automatic injection of liquids samples into the TSHR 7000 series for the analysis of Total Nitrogen, Sulfur and Chlorine in a wide range of liquid hydrocarbon products.
The compact AI 7000 module is very easy to install and operates with a syringe driven mechanism to inject up to 100 ul fully automatic and controlled through Athena software. The AI 7000 supports the use of standard liquids syringes with 25, 50 and 100 ul sample volumes.
This enables customers with a limited sample throughput to analyse within a few minutes, accurate data in compliance with regulatory methods.
The new AI 7000 supports also the feature of the 7000 series to switch easily between Gas/LPG and liquids samples with minimum down-time of the analyser. In case of future increased sample throughput requirements, the TSHR 7000 series can be upgraded with a 15 or 121 positions liquids autosampler, HR 7015 and HR 7100 models.
The enhanced range of TSHR Combustion Elemental Analyser solutions will drive customers in QC and routine labs to high productivity and low costs of operation with high accuracy and reliable total sulfur, nitrogen and chlorine data.
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