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Optimized CHN Analyzer for Service Labs

Published: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2013
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Fully automated Model 440 delivers simultaneous CHN analysis in less than 5 minutes.

In an environment where time is money - service laboratories worldwide trust the Exeter Analytical Model 440 CHN analyzer because of its proven capability to accurately analyze the widest range of sample types for percentage Carbon, Hydrogen and Nitrogen (CHN) - quickly, easily and reliably.

Operating across a wide linear range the Model 440 is capable of routinely analyzing almost any sample type including organic compounds, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, polymers, refractory, environmental or natural materials (soil, plants or insects).

The Model 440’s horizontal furnace design prevents cross contamination and allows for a greater number of samples between combustion tube changes as residue is routinely removed between each analysis.

Based upon a unique combined static / dynamic combustion technology the Model 440 is able to precisely analyze the widest range of sample types from volatile to difficult to combust materials including nitrides, graphite fibres, ceramics and even carbides with melting points of over 2000°C.

Offering unmatched operating accuracy and precision, the fully automated Model 440 delivers simultaneous CHN analysis in less than 5 minutes increasing the productivity of users laboratory.

Low gas and reagent consumption combined with high reduction tube life allows the Model 440 to deliver some of the lowest operating costs of any CHN elemental analyzer available.

Intuitive Windows based operating software reduces human errors through incorporation of extensive automation, comprehensive customer help and diagnostic facilities.

Most parts on the Model 440 are user replaceable further reducing operating costs and downtime.

As a company dedicated to elemental microanalysis, Exeter Analytical’s 30 years of involvement with instruments, consumables and supplies has allowed them to better understand the problem`s facing microanalysts.

As a consequence whether users are a regular or an occasional purchaser - experienced and knowledgeable staff are always available to provide free informed advice.


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