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220GF Atomic Absorption Graphite Furnace Package

220GF Atomic Absorption Graphite Furnace Package


$25,000.00

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Our graphite furnace package includes:

1) Buck 210VGP with Graphite furnace
2) 40-position Auto sampler with 8 Standard Positions

210VGP with Graphite Furnace

Details:

Our rear mounted furnace saves precious bench space while heating tubes 2,800 degrees C in 1.5 seconds.

The 40 position auto sampler measures the exact sample size each and every time for great reproducibility.

Unique Furnace Design:

The Model 220 GF accessory is the latest technology in PPB level analyses by graphite furnace AA. This fully integrated design uses an innovative, unique technology in a compact powerful furnace module. The quick-mount design permits rapid changeover between furnace and flame heads.

Capabilities:

The unique power supply in our furnace is capable of generating temperatures up to 2800°C in 1.5 seconds! This ultra-fast heating rate provides superior sensitivity in refractory elements and carbide-forming metals. The on-board firmware gives the analytical chemist full control of all aspects of the analysis. Gas flows (external, internal, mini-internal and auxiliary are standard), data collection (integrated, real-time, peak height or absorbance area) and electronic parameters for the hollow cathode lamps and the various background correction routines can all be programmed by the operator for maximum results.

Methods:

The Stabilized-Temperature Graphite Furnace AA (STGFAAS) procedure insures the highest accuracy and reproducibility. The 210VGP can initiate multistep sequences with alternate gas purging for fully optimized STGFAAS.

System Integration:

The integration of the controlling software with the furnace module is comprehensive, and methods development time can easily be cut in half by using our protocols to refine an analytical method. The Model 220AS random-access autosampler will fully automate your analytical operations without the need for an external PC to control the system. By incorporating a sample ID table within the software, complete data handling can be done internally.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 16"H x 12"W x 6"D, Net Weight equal to or less than 38 lbs
  • Back-Mounted Microprocessor-Controlled, high-Frequency (2KHz) Graphite Furnace module with 3000ºC /second heating rate. Maximum Temperature 3200ºC
  • Self contained assembly attaches directly to the 210 or 211 AA unit with no external computer interfacing cables or connectors. Contains Four (4) automatically controlled gas ports for sheath, internal, diluent, and auxiliary gas flows
  • Pre-programmed furnace temperature programs for all elements
  • No external computer required for operation.
  • 1-Year Full Parts & Labor Warranty
  • Buck Scientific Support for Operations, Applications & Service

220AS Autosampler

Complete system automation can be achieved using the Model 220AS autosampler.  This fully programmable, random access system provides 40 sample cups and 8 calibration/QC cups.  It can also perform automatic matrix modifier additions. Sample cups can be identified in the built-in table, and method development time can be reduced substantially.

Random access rotating tray accommodates 40 2ml sample vials, 8 10ml Standards vials.

All positions directly accessed through 210 or 211 built-in software via RS-232 connection

Sample injection volume programmable from 1 to 50 micro-liters

Injector probe arm 7 inches long, rotates 180º for delivery to graphite tube. Two separate matrix modifier injections programmable. Extra inject and dry cycles to increase injection volumes.

No external computer required for operation.

  • Dimensions: 11" x 12" x 13"
  • Weight: 20 Lbs
  • 1-Year Full Parts & Labor Warranty
  • Buck Scientific Support for Operations, Applications & Service
  • *(common elements only)

 

EPA Graphite Furnace
Atomic Absorption Methods


EPA Method - 200_0 metals analysis by Atomic Absorption.pdf

EPA Method - 200_13 - Trace element determination via Graphite furnace.pdf

EPA Method - 200_9 - DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS BY STABILIZED TEMPERATURE.pdf

EPA Method - 200__9 - TRACE ELEMENTS IN WATER, SOLIDS, AND BIOSOLIDS BY.pdf

EPA Method - 202_2 - Aluminum - Atomic Absorption-Graphite Furnace.pdf

EPA Method - 204_2 - Antimony AA - Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 206_2 - Arsenic AA - Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 208_2 - Barium AA - Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 210_2 - Beryllium AA - Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 213_2 - Cadmium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 219_2 - Cobalt AA - Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 231_2 - Gold AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 235_2 - Iridium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 236_2 - Iron AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 239_2 - Lead AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 243_2 - Manganese AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 246_2 - Molybdenum AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 249_2 - Nickel AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 252_2 - Osmium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 253_2 - Palladium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 255_2 - Platinum AA, Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 264_2 - Rhenium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 265_2 - Rhodium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 267_2 - Ruthenium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 270_2 - Selenium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 272_2 - Silver AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 273_2 - Sodium Atomic Absorption Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 279_2 - Thallium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 282_2 - Tin AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 283_2 - Titanium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 286_2 - Vanadium AA Furnace Technique.pdf

EPA Method - 289_2 - Zinc AA Furnace Technique.pdf

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