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CDS Analytical's New Soil/Water Purge and Trap Autosampler

Published: Monday, January 28, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, January 28, 2013
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Offers great reproducibility and compatibility with a variety of concentrators.

The CDS-7400 soil/water purge and trap autosampler offers great reproducibility and compatibility with a variety of purge and trap concentrators.

The system features a 72 position autosampler with three removable trays of 24 vials and automated water addition of 5 mls for soil samples.

Features also include internal standard addition (for soils and water), soil heating and stirring capabilities, a pick and place robotic arm, and a separate water station for transfer of water to the sparge vessel of the attached purge and trap.

Designed for compatibility with the CDS-7000 Purge and Trap Concentrator, the CDS-7400 can also be used in conjunction with OI, Tekmar, EST, or CDS purge and trap concentrators.

The CDS-7400 chemically inert sample pathways are made of PEEK® and Silconert®.

The system offers a computer interface and the ability to change analysis matrix from tray to tray.

The CDS-7400 autosampler is compliant with EPA Methods 524, 624, SW846 Methods 8015, 8021, 8260/5030 and 8260/5035.


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