Scientific Solutions has released Quadrasorb SI Surface area and pore size distribution analyser.
For many years, Quantachrome has been listening to what people were asking for in a Surface area and pore size distribution analyser. The answers were an affordable, high throughput instrument capable of independent operation of each sample port and preferably with Micropore capability.
Quantachrome’s response to this is the Quadrasorb SI.
The Quadrasorb SI is a high-quality, high-performance Surface area and pore size analyser with four independent analysis stations to meet the throughput needs of any research or quality assurance laboratory.
Transparent blue cover protects sample stations and Dewars during analysis operation.
The sample door opens vertically for easy access to analysis stations. Four sample stations with dedicated P0 measurement at each station Automated, independent Dewar elevators for each analysis station are standard.
Lower front panel opens to provide unrestricted access for dewar placement, maintenance and cleanup.
Each analysis port can be independently programmed with different analyses and measurement conditions.
New samples can be started on each port as prior measurements are completed with little, or no, delay to other samples already in progress.
Long life Dewar flasks are capable of measurements of more than 30 hours.
User can choose from two measurement techniques; patented NOVA helium-free method and classical helium void volume method.
Multiple gas dosing methods are available to optimise analysis time and resolution.
The Quadrasorb SI -Kr/MP is your answer for low surface area and micropore measurement.
All of the functions of the standard model Quadrasorb SI plus low surface area measurement via Krypton adsorption or low pressure micropore characterisation, including a low pressure sensor and patented oil-free turbomolecular vacuum system.
The Quadrasorb SI Kr/MP performs Krypton gas sorption measurements for very low surface area determination, eg. pharmaceutical actives, powdered metals, etc.
It also provides low pressure adsorption data necessary for more complete characterisation of microporous materials, eg. zeolites, activated carbons, molecular sieves, etc.