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New Instrument for Combustion Elemental Analysis of CHNS + O and Cl Introduced

May 10 2018 Read 429 Times

At analytica 2018 Elementar introduced their latest innovation, the UNICUBE®, the new instrument where micro elemental analysis has never been easier.

UNICUBE is suited for multiple tasks such as the determination of CHNS with the additional option of detecting oxygen and chlorine. It has a large dynamic measurement range from 0.1 mg chemical substance to 1 g inhomogeneous soil. This novel elemental analyser is based on high-temperature combustion via oxygen jet-injection directly into the combustion zone which guarantees quantitative conversion of the sample to measuring gas and enables matrix-independent results. For highest reliability and performance in gas separation, UNICUBE utilises Elementar’s proprietary and improved direct Temperature Programmed Desorption technology. This technology paired with a state-of-the-art thermoconductivity detector allows determining samples with C:N and C:S elemental ratios of up to 12000:1.

UNICUBE is a low maintenance, tool-free, and especially low noise level instrument – optimised to simplify daily routine operation. The novel self-regulating cooling air circulation makes UNICUBE to the quietest elemental analyser in its class. In addition, it is equipped with a 120 position autosampler, enabling an unattended 24/7 operation.

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