Thermal Desorption: New autosampler system
Mar 20 2017 Comments 0
The all-new Thermal Desorption Autosampler from CDS supplied by Analytix provides a robust solution to automated TD tube analysis by GC/GCMS and is compatible with all industry standard TD tubes from 3.5” - 7”.
Uniquely the CDS 7500s does not require peltier or cryogenic cooling and utilises pre-heated trap technology providing improved chromatography with better handling of wet samples for a streamlined and more reliable transfer of analytes onto the column.
As with all CDS thermal sampling products, the quick-connect, high temperature transfer line allows users to easily interface with all manufacturers and models of GC. The easy to use intuitive control software works in tandem alongside any GC control system.
All heated zones can operate up to 350oC that ensures even less volatile compounds can be analysed. Applications include EPA 325, TO-1 and TO-17, emission testing, thermal extraction of PCBs/PAHs, and occupational exposure monitoring.
Key features include: No cryogenic or peltier cooling, 72 sample capacity, robust pick and place XYZ autosampler, auto leak checking, and high temperature heated transfer line up to 350oC between system and GC.
For more information visit www.analytix.co.uk/thermal-desorption-systems/or call 0844 800 4220.
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