Headspace Autosampler Range Extends support to High-Temperature applications
Apr 29 2016 Read 2148 Times
HTA is proud to announce the extension of its headspace autosampler solutions: after HT2000H and HT2100H, the HT2000HT is now being introduced.
HT2000HT features an upper sample heating temperature of 300°C: it enables the execution of high-temperature headspace applications in a syringe-based system, therefore without the constraints and limitations induced by valve&loop systems.
HT2000HT incubation oven offers a 3-position heating and shaking chamber, allowing the simultaneous incubation of multiple samples.
The incubation temperature can be set between 40° and 300°C to accommodate the widest range of applications: the system can handle standard headspace applications (that require temperatures lower than 150°C) while still being well-suited to special high-temperature applications that include analysis of high-boiling compounds and polymers.
HT2000HT features all the outstanding characteristics of HT2000H: compactness (near to zero requirement for bench space) and universal compatibility (it can be interfaced with almost any gas chromatograph and it can serve both the front and rear injector in most supported GCs), ease to use by means of the full-colour touch screen interface, the lowest cost of ownership (no need for carrier gas)and innovative technologies as vial leakage check and system integrity test.
The key feature that distinguishes HT2000HT within HTA’s headspace solutions is the support of temperatures up to 300°C, making it the ideal solution for polymer analysis, as well as quality control of chemical product materials and for heat-induced degradation studies.
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