• Demanding samples, easy digestion: Meet the Multiwave 7101/7301/7501 Series

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Demanding samples, easy digestion: Meet the Multiwave 7101/7301/7501 Series

Jan 17 2024

Anton Paar recently introduced the Multiwave 7101/7301/7501 series, a versatile selection of PDC-based (pressurised digestion cavity) microwave digestion systems designed to meet diverse analytical needs with efficiency and cost-effectiveness. This series caters to both routine and demanding samples, offering specifications of up to 300°C and 199 bar to ensure complete digestions.

Operators can customise their microwave digestion systems by choosing from seven different racks capable of accommodating vials ranging from 7 mL to 80 mL This flexibility allows for acid digestion of up to 4 g per position. The available vial options include borosilicate glass for routine applications, quartz for low blank values and low detection limits, PTFE-TFM for digestions using hydrofluoric acid, and sealed quartz vessels for special applications involving extremely volatile analytes.

Multiwave 7301 is a compact and user-friendly microwave digestion system that excels at handling challenging samples. Equipped with features like integrated cooling, a 9” touchscreen, smart lighting, e-mail notifications, and remote monitoring via VNC, it provides a comprehensive solution with the smallest footprint in its category. Compliance with standard acid digestion methods, a selection of vials and racks to optimise sample throughput, and optional powerful stirring make Multiwave 7301 suitable for various applications.

For applications requiring corrosion resistance and frequent use of HCl or aqua regia, Multiwave 7501 is the ideal choice. This system, backed by a three-year warranty, features upgraded parts and extended automated cleaning procedures, ensuring longevity and reliability. Its capabilities extend to challenging tasks such as the digestion of platinum group metals, showcasing its ability to handle high temperatures, long reaction times, and highly corrosive conditions.

Multiwave 7101, on the other hand, presents a cost-effective option within the series. Operating with PDC-based technology and an external circulation cooler, it offers an attractive price-performance ratio. With streamlined software-guided workflows and safety features, including a liner lift and drip cup for transportation, Multiwave 7101 ensures ease of use and safety during high-pressure, high-temperature digestion protocols. Its budget-friendly vials and low acid consumption make it suitable for institutions like universities with shared lab facilities.

In summary, the Anton Paar Multiwave 7101/7301/7501 series delivers a range of solutions to accommodate diverse analytical requirements. With their advanced features, flexibility, and reliability, these systems provide efficient and cost-effective options for sample preparation in various research and industrial settings.

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