High sensitivity high speed mercury analysers meet US EPA and EN requirements
Nov 20 2018 Read 652 Times
Lambda Advanced Technology offers a range of three Teledyne Leeman Labs mercury analysers, capable of handing a wide range of sample types. With conformance to US EPA and EN standard an essential part of mercury analysis, the QuickTrace® M-7600 Cold Vapour Atomic Absorption (CVAA) and QuickTrace® M-8000 Cold Vapour Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) analysers provide unrivalled sensitivity with fast analysis times. For solid, semi-solid and liquid samples, the Hydra IIC is a fully automated turnkey CVAA system that can measure mercury directly without the need to prepare samples by acid digestion.
The QuickTrace® M-7600 easily achieves the ultra-trace mercury detection limit of <0.5 ng/L demanded by customers employing performance based EPA method 245.7. It is designed for routine and research use in environmental laboratories, industry, and research institutes.
The QuickTrace® M-8000 is ideal for ultra-trace to sub-mg/L mercury quantitation. It can be used with a single or double gold trap for enhanced sensitivity and easily achieves the ultra-trace mercury detection limit of < 0.05 ng/L required by EPA method 1631.
Both QuickTrace models are fully compatible with Cetac autosamplers for rapid sample throughput.
We can also offer a new Guide to Selecting The Best Technique For Mercury Measurement from Teledyne Leeman Labs, which explains the different methods available and will help users decide which technique is best suited for their mercury determinations The guide also offers recommendations on the best instrument for specific applications.
The guide reviews:
- Basic principles of mercury analysis
- The application of those analytical principles in the context of both historical and current technologies
- Identifying the mercury analysis technique that will fit your analytical requirements and cost structure
- The primary features and value of the mercury analysis systems offered by Teledyne Leeman Labs
Find out more about the range of mercury analysers available and download your copy of the Best Technique For Mercury Measurement Guide.
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