Autosamplers

Thermal Desorption: New CDS 7500s Autosampler from Analytix

Feb 03 2017 Read 2209 Times

The all-new CDS-7500s Thermal Desorption autosampler provides a robust solution for the challenge of transferring Volatile and Semi-Volatile samples for Gas Chromatography (GC) analysis.

Uniquely the CDS 7500s does not require extra gases or peltier/cryogenic cooling. Utilising pre-heated trap technology provides improved chromatography with better handling of wet samples for a streamlined and more reliable transfer of analytes on to the column.

All heated zones can operate up to 350ºC that ensures even less volatile compounds can be analysed. Applications include EPA 325, TO-1 and TO-17, emission testing, thermal extraction of PCBs/PAHs, and personal exposure testing.

The system has a 72 sample capacity, robust pick and place X, Y, Z autosampler, auto leak checking, and compatibility with all industry standard TD tubes from 3.5” - 7”. The quick-connect transfer line allows users to easily interface with all makes and models of GC.

For further information visit the website or call +44 (0) 191 519 4504.

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