ABD – automatic boat drive with cooled lock
The automatic boat feeder with cooled lock is designed for the automatic introduction of quartz boats with liquid and solid samples into the analyzer. The cooled lock also enables the analysis of very sensitive and reactive samples as well as of samples where soot is likely to form. Combustion can be controlled and monitored with an optional flame sensor to ensure optimal reaction.
MMS 5000 – multi matrix sampler
The sampler MMS 5000 is designed for the automatic introduction of liquid and solid samples for analysis with the multi EA ® 5000. It allows a high degree of automation in routine analysis. The sampler can be used for the vertical and the horizontal furnace mode. It can be complemented with diverse sample tablets including a heated one.
Automatic injector for the safe injection of liquid samples up to a volume of 100 µl. Large volumes of highly reactive samples can also be injected quickly and reliably directly into the combustion system of the analyzer multi EA ® 5000.
GSS – gas sampling system
The system is designed for the introduction of gaseous samples in an unpressurized condition into the element analyzer multi EA ® 5000. The sample has to be filled/expanded into a gas bag and is then dosed into the reactor of multi EA ® 5000. The standard version doses up to 100 mL of the gas sample at variable dosage speeds.
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) module
Module for the direct dosing of pressurized liquefied gases (LPG). LPG samples are injected, precisely evaporated and dosed fully automatically with the aid of the LPG module – compliant with ASTM 6667.
GSS/LPG combination module
The combined module is used to dose liquefied and pressurized gases. Separate sample branches for LPG and gas samples effectively prevent contamination.
The expansion of the multi EA ® 5000 with the TOC module enables the determination of the carbon content in aqueous samples by digestion with the aid of thermocatalytic high-temperature oxidation according to national and international standards.