System analyses fast transient gas events
Transient Mass Spectrometer System
Hiden Analytical has introduced its Transient Mass Spectrometer System, which has been designed for the analysis of fast transient gas events at process pressures near atmosphere.
Typical applications include respiratory analysis, process control, pulsed gas experiments for surface reaction/reduction studies in catalyst characterisation and, with high-speed rotating multiport valve, spacial gas-distribution measurement as demonstrated in the Hiden Spaci-MS system.
The benchtop system features a fast-response purpose-designed capillary inlet, together with pulse ion-counting mass detection, enabling response times of less than 150msec and measurement speeds of up to 500 data points per second over an entire seven-decade dynamic range.
The system monitors species with molecular weights to 300amu, with higher mass ranges available for specialist applications.
The Hiden MASsoft control and data-acquisition programme provides ease of operation with integral calibration routines, together with user-programmable template files for automatic operation of routine analyses.
Multiple I/Os permit integration of external parameters such as temperature or flow rates and control of external equipment with species-specific pressure-level sensors.
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