Trace Elemental Combustion Analysis – Lab Innovations UK

Trace Elemental Combustion Analysis

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a1-envirosciences and Mitsubishi have worked together for over 30 years and this partnership has lead to a1-envirosciences becoming the exclusive distributor for Mitsubishi products in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Benelux. This has resulted in the development of new products such as the new NSX-2100 range of Sulphur, Chlorine and Nitrogen combustion analysers.
The NSX-2100 can simultaneously measure nitrogen by chemiluminescence, sulphur by UV fluorescence and chlorine by microcoulometry from 20ppb to 10,000ppm. Add the TRU-100 Trap & Release sampler and lower your detection limit of sulphur to 5ppb.
With any of our five gas injector systems the NSX-2100 can measure nitrogen, sulphur and chlorine in gases and LPG’s. The system also follows recognised ASTM, EN, ISO and JIS Methods protocols.
The NSX-2100 is available in either vertical or horizontal systems optimising combustion conditions allowing lower detection limits for solid, liquid and gas samples. With its large dynamic range, flexibility and versatility the NSX-2100 is the ultimate combustion elemental analyzer.
Add an Ion Chromatograph for the determination of halogens and sulphur down to ppm concentration levels.
The Mitsubishi NSX-2100 series of vertical and horizontal instruments presents a significant advancement in technology and will see us cement our position as the chosen partner for industry for many years to come.
– Unique open/close horizontal furnace designed for easy access and inspection
-New quartz pyrolysis tube design, optimizing combustion of solids.
– New ceramic combustion tube option for samples with high fluorine contents.
– Low operation cost – robust combustion tube, auto shutdown and low gas usage
– Automated samplers for solids, liquids, gases and LPG’s
– Control of all combustion parameters, full data collection and reporting

Applications include:
Coal, oils, light liquid and aromatic hydrocarbons, LPG and gas
Bio-fuels, waste products
Raw materials, intermediates and finished products.
Nitrogen in flu vaccines to determine protein content
Food and beverages and agrochemicals
Solvents, chemicals, polymers and finished products

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