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Oxygen / Hydrogen Analyzer ELEMENTRAC OH-p 2

Oxygen / Hydrogen Analyzer ELEMENTRAC OH-p 2

Eltra | Chemical Identification

The ELEMENTRAC OH-pdetermines oxygen and hydrogen in inorganic samplesby inert gas fusion in an impulse furnace with temperatures in excess of 3,000 °C.

The ELEMENTRAC OH-pguarantees precise and fast sample analysis. The analyzer covers a wide range of applications such as metal,ceramics and other inorganic materials.

The ELEMENTRAC OH-pcan be supplied with up to two infrared cells with different path lengths, accommodating both high and low level oxygen analyses. Hydrogen concentrations are determined in the ELEMENTRAC OH-pby a robust and sensitive thermal conductivity cell.

Product Advantages

  • simultaneous oxygen/hydrogen determination with inert gas fusion technique
  • NEW: closed gas management and optimized gas circulation for sensitive OH determination
  • NEW: enlarged Schuetze Reagent tube for precise oxygen measurements
  • NEW: gas flow system with electronic gas flow control and new leakage test
  • NEW: water-cooled sample port system for effective removal of atmospheric gases
  • flexible configurations and measuring ranges for O and H
  • high sensitivity IR and TC cells with low detection limits
  • short analysis time
  • rapid, precise, accurate and reliable element determination
  • powerful 8,5 kW impulse furnace for temperatures in excess of 3,000 °C
  • economic analysis of grains without capsules
  • NEW: chemicals and tubes are hidden behind a door (removable)
  • NEW: powerful software supporting data and application export, with comment fields
  • single and multipoint calibration (linear regression)
  • NEW: cooling via tap water, heat exchanger or chiller
  • New design allows operation in production control and laboratory

Features

Measured elements: Hydrogen, Oxygen
Samples: inorganic
Furnace alignment: vertical
Sample carrier: graphite crucibles
Fields of application: ceramics, engineering / electronics, steel / metallurgy
Furnace: electrode impulse furnace (max. 8,5 KW*), temperatures in excess of 3,000 °C
Detection method: solid state infrared absorption for oxygen, thermal conductivity for hydrogen
Typical analysis time: 120 - 180 s
Chemicals required: magnesium perchlorate, Schuetze reagents, sodium hydroxide
Gas required: compressed air, nitrogen 99.995 % pure, all gases with (2 - 4 bar / 30 - 60 psi)
Power requirements: 3~ 400 V, 50/60 Hz, max. 8,500 W
Dimensions (W x H x D): 57 x 77 x 63 cm
Weight: ~ 161 kg
Required equipment: balance (resolution 0.0001g), monitor, PC
Optional accessories: carrier gas purification, external chiller, gas calibration unit

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