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New Brochure - Process Interfaces for Hiden Gas Analysers
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New Brochure - Process Interfaces for Hiden Gas Analysers

New Brochure - Process Interfaces for Hiden Gas Analysers
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New Brochure - Process Interfaces for Hiden Gas Analysers


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Hiden Analytical has launched their latest catalogue detailing the extensive selection of continuous-sampling interfaces for adaptation of the Hiden gas analyser systems to a diverse range of gas- and liquid-related process types and operating at pressures from 1 millibar through to 30 bar.

Interfaces for direct gas analysis include multichannel gas selector valves enabling selection from up to 80 independent gas streams, with a two-stream variant enabling direct comparative measurement of pre- and post-process gas composition.

Hot-zone sampling lines are adaptable for sampling directly from furnaces operating through to 1700oC. The new Micro-flow inlet has a sample extraction rate of just 12 micro-litres/minute. Gas/vapour measurement in aqueous environments is addressed by a selection of membrane separation interface types.

These include probes for media insertion and flow-through elements for recirculating streams. Cuvette-style sample cells are available for photo-responsive bioresearch. The latest DEMS cell interface module is specifically developed for direct real-time analysis of gaseous and volatile reactants released in electrochemical processes.

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