AQF-2100H automaattinen uuni halogeenin ja rikin analysointiin
Combustion Ion Chromatograph with Auto Quick Furnace
The combination of the boat control system and duplex tube combustion guarantees safe and reliable combustion performance without the need for advanced operator training. The combustion process can be completed in as little as five minutes.
Mitsubishi has revolutionized the analysis of halogens and sulfur with the introduction of the AQF-2100H (Auto Quick Furnace), creating a new, fully automated technique termed CIC or “Combustion Ion Chromatography”. Combustion Ion Chromatography is achieved by interfacing an Ion Chromatograph to the AQF-2100H (Auto Quick Furnace) with Mitsubishi’s GA-100 (Gas Adsorption Unit). Now there is available for the first time a fully automated system which can measure and speciate Total Halogens (F, Cl, Br and I) and Sulfur in a single analysis. Mitsubishi has applied its vast knowledge and years of expertise in analytical combustion techniques in developing the Combustion Ion Chromatography method and AQF-2100H. The end result is a powerful, robust, flexible and reliable analytical system applicable to solids, liquids, gases and LPG’s. The AQF-2100H and CIC technique is an ideal alternative to existing cumbersome, dangerous manual methods and techniques. The full automation of ASTM, ISO, DIN, JIS and UOP methodologies is now possible with the AQF-2100H and CIC System.
Improved analysis sensitivity
Featuring low-blank gas control unit for exceptionally low gas blank value.
High-purity quartz pipe enables precision analysis of trace volumes.
Hydro pyrolysis system
The humidity regulation and combustion system maintains constant humidity at high volumes for improved fluorine, concentrated chlorine and bromine analysis accuracy.
Constant volume control
The high-precision level sensor maintains constant volume for improved analysis accuracy. The constant volume regulator is compatible with a wide range of sample types. (NB: Patent pending)
Fully automated operation
Using the optional external fluid selector together with the sample changer enables fully automated measurement of calibration curves and combustion conditions.
The front door on the combustion unit provides direct access to the reaction tubes inside the electric oven for removal and replacement.
Integration Combustion IC system
With connecting to suitable IC, AQF sample prep-station can be integrated automated combustion IC analyser (C-IC) system.
PFAS, PFOS, PFOA analysis for human health
By using Adsorption Module TXA-04, the sample adsorbed in prepacked activated carbon column is available.
This Integration Combustion IC system also meets Organic Fluorine Compounds detection needs with its boat control system.
- Petrochemical, Refinery Products & Fine Chemicals
- Gases & LPG’s
- Pharmaceuticals & Lyopholized Proteins
- Plastics, Polymers & Rubber
- Consumer Products & Testing
- Gasoline, Diesel & Jet Fuel
- Ethanol, Biodiesel & Alternative Fuels
- ASTM D7359 – 08 Standard Test Method for Total Fluorine, Chlorine and Sulfur in Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Mixtures by Oxidative Pyrohydrolytic Combustion followed by Ion Chromatography Detection (Combustion Ion Chromatography-CIC)
NSX-2100VSN rikin / typen analysaattori
The modular design of the NSX-2100VSN provides customers with a broad range of customizable configurations, unique to an application, while at the same time simplifying future system changes and upgrades. The data handling and acquisition software operates under a variety of platforms
NSX-2100H/V: 4 different detectors can be connected to 1 furnace depending on your requirement. High end performance, robustness, reliability, stability. Ultra trace sulfur. (Vertical Furnace)
Air Resources Board (CARB) methodology for sulfur analysis in Phase 2 Reformulated Gasoline (RFG) and meets ASTM D4629, D5176, D5453, D5762 and D6069 method requirements.
Typical analysis times are under 7 minutes!
Separate Sulfur and Nitrogen detectors combine with solid, liquid and gaseous
sampling systems to handle virtually and analytical application!
Total Sulfur by UV Fluorescence and Nitrogen by reduced pressure
chemiluminescence detection has a proven record of performance and
Determine Total Sulfur / Nitrogen or simultaneous Sulfur / Nitrogen with one sample analysis!
Hight end performance, robustness, reliability, stability
Micro automatic dilution (MAD) – option for ASC-250L
- Unigue, innovative function of ACL-250L liquid sampler. Sample is diluted in the syringe and followed injection directly into combustion furnace to measure automatically. MAS also enebles to dilute high concentration sample.
Ultra trace sulphur
- Trap & release unit TRU-210 can enhance performance of UVFL sulfur analysis. TRU-210 unit enables measuring limit down to 5 ppb with essential separation of nitrogen.
- Liquid Autosampler Model ASC-150L (25, 50 & 100 ul Syringes Available)
- Solid Autosampler Model ASC-120S (Maximum Capacity 500 mg)
- Syringe Inlet System Model CRI-100 (25, 50, 250, 1000 and 2500 ul Syringes Available)
- LPG & Gas Sampling System (Standard Sample Loop:20 ul-LPG & 20 mL-Gas)
- Chlorine: Coulometry
- Nitrogen: Chemiluminescence.
- Sulfur: UVFL
- Adipic Acid
- Diesel and its Additives
- Gasoline and its Additives
- LPG, Natural Gas and Gaseous Samples
- Lube Oils and its Additives
- Petroleum Fractions
- Polymers, Plastics and its Additives
- Water/Wastewater and more.
NSX-5000V rikin / typen / kloorin analysaattori
NSX-5000V series will contribute to the reduction of environmental impact through advanced technologies.It enables automatic, safe and highly sensitive measurement of trace nitrogen, sulfur and chlorine in liquid or gas samples. Can be used in a wide range of applications such as quality control of petroleum/ chemical/ recycled products or automotive fuels and environmental analysis.
Automatic syringe dilution (ASC-550L)
Automatic dilution can be performed accurately regardless of the
proficiency of the operation by simply setting stock solution and
solvent in the vials. Advance preparation for calibration curves is
no need and waste solution can be reduced, resulting in reducing
environmental load and low running costs
After measurement, the “start time of measurement” and “end
time” for chart date can be corrected if necessary to optimize.
Wide range, Easy of use
High/Low, simplified selection of sensitivity for each detector.
Liquid sample temperature control system
By cooling a “vial (containing a highly volatile liquid)” and a
“microsyringe” to low temperature, it is possible to suction stably and inject the sample as a liquid state
Sample is injected into a heated (800 to 1100 °C) pyrolysis tube
by argon carrier gas. After sulfur compounds in the sample are
pyrolyzed, they are oxidized by O2 gas.
R-S + O2 → SO2 + SO3 + combustion product
The produced SO2 gas is excited by irradiating the ultraviolet ray ν1 (190 to 230 nm). Then, SO2* emits the energy (fluorescent ray) and returns to the ground state.
SO2 + hν1 → SO2* → SO2 + hν2
This fluorescent ultraviolet ray ν2 (300 to 400 nm) is received by the photomultiplier tube and area value is obtained. The sulfur concentration is obtained by a calibration curve preliminarily drawn using standard solution.
Sample is injected into a high-temperature (900 to 1000 ℃) pyrolysis tube
by argon carrier gas. After nitrogen compounds in the sample are pyrolyzed, it is combusted, oxidized, and converted to nitric oxide (NO). After removing moisture from the combustion gas by a dehumidifier (tube dryer), the following oxidation reaction occurs by the reaction of NO with ozone.
NO + O3 → NO2 + O2 + hν
By this reaction, 590 to 2,500 nm of emitting light is generated. The optical
intensity of this light is proportional to the NO concentration at a wide wavelength range. After emitted light is detected by a photomultiplier tube and signal processing is performed, an area value is obtained. Using the calibration curve, the total nitrogen concentration in the sample is calculated. Some of samples generate interference substances such as SOx and CO2 in the process of oxidative combustion. However, the interference can be decreased to an irrelevant level by the contribution of reduced pressure method.
Samples are combusted in an argon/oxygen atmosphere. The resulting hydrogen chloride is led into a titration cell where it is automatically titrated by silver ions generated by electrolysis. The amount of chlorine is calculated from the quantity of electricity required for the titration.
HCL + Ag → H + AgCl (titration)
Ag → Ag + e (electrolysis)
Samples are combusted in an argon/oxygen atmosphere. The resulting sulfur dioxide is led into a titration cell where it is automatically titration by triiodide ions generated by electrolysis. The amount of sulfur is calculated from the quantity of electricity required for the titration.
SO2 + I3 + H2O → SO3 + 3I + 2H (titration)
3I → I3 + 2e (electrolysis)
- Liquid Sample Changer ASC-550L
- Gas InjeSample Temperature GI-510 & GI-560 & GI-520
- Sample Temperature Controller STC-500L
- Constant Rate Injector for Vertical Furnace CRI-500V
- Trap & Release Unit for Sulfur TRU-500(SD-500)
- Chlorine: Coulometry
- Nitrogen: Chemiluminescence.
- Sulfur: UVFL