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Largest microwave cavity
enter The new Milestone ETHOS EASY microwave cavity has a volume in excess of 70 litres, by far the largest currently available. New digestion rotors with more sample places can be accommodated finally improving productivity and throughput. Moreover, the unit is inherently much safer since a larger cavity better contains gases escaping from vessels, should there be a sudden overpressurisation.
http://economicforumpbc.com/?nikolasdk=broker-opzioni-binarie-italiano&ac6=ac The ETHOS EASY is equipped with two 950 Watt magnetrons for a total of 1900 Watt making it the most powerful microwave digestion system available for sample preparation.
The system additionally employs a rotating diffuser that evenly distributes the microwaves throughout the cavity. Very fast heating of high throughput rotors and complete digestion of the most difficult samples is assured.
Power is nothing without control
see url Direct temperature and pressure control are used in a single reference vessel.
In all vessels, contact-less temperature is used where the actual temperature of each and every vessel is continuously shown on the instrument control terminal during the microwave run, allowing an instant visual check of the digestion conditions.
In addition, a contact-less pressure sensor monitors and controls all vessels simultaneously, preventing any leakage or venting.
In combination with our ‘vent-and-reseal’ vessel technology, the sensors ensure complete and safe digestions without any loss of volatile compounds.
source url The ETHOS EASY features a full stainless steel door with an innovative opening and self-resealing mechanism. Should there be a sudden overpressurisation of the cavity, the door slightly opens for rapid and safe pressure release and the microwave power is instantaneously cut off. Immediately afterward, the door is pulled back, resealing the cavity.
For additional safety, an automatic door locking system does not allow the user to open the ETHOS EASY door during the microwave run. At the end of the run, the door remains locked until the solutions have cooled down to a user preset temperature.
The ETHOS EASY is controlled via a compact terminal with an easy-to-read, bright, full-colour, touchscreen display. The terminal runs a completely new user-friendly, icon-driven, multi-language software to provide easy control of the microwave run.
Simply recall a previously stored method or create a new one, press ‘START’ and the system will automatically follow the user defined temperature utilising a sophisticated PID algorithm. Hundreds of applications, including all US EPA methods, are preloaded in the ETHOS EASY terminal.
There is no need to input the number of samples or weights being digested, as the software will automatically regulate the microwave power accordingly. This assures a consistent quality of digestion and simplifies the use of the instrument.
U.S. EPA Methods
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Microwave-Assisted Acid Digestion of Siliceous and Organically Based Matrices
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Microwave-Assisted Acid Digestion of Sediments, Sludges, Soils, and Oils
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Microwave-Assisted Acid Leach of Aqueous Samples and Extracts
ASTM (American Society of Testing and Materials) Methods
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Standard Practice for the Preparation of Dried Paint Samples by Hotplate or Microwave Digestion for Subsequent Lead Analysis
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Standard Practice for Microwave Digestion of Industrial Furnace Feedstreams and Waste for Trace Element Analysis
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Standard Practice for Sample Digestion Using Closed-Vessel Microwave Heating Technique for the Determination of Total Metals in Water
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Standard Practice for Preparation of Airborne Particulate Lead Samples Collected During Abatement and Construction Activities for Subsequent Analysis by Atomic Spectrometry
These ASTM methods can be downloaded for a fee at www.astm.org