Trace gas analyser has plasma emission detector
Process Analyser Systems
Process Analyser Systems (PASuk) launches Controle Analytique's new K4000NG trace gas analyser, with its patent pending plasma emission detector
Its unique features allow plasma parameters optimisation individually for each measured impurity, all in real time.
Other detectors like thermal conductivity (TCD), flame ionisation (FID) and a new reduction gas detector (RGD) can be used inside the K4000NG system.
Standard gas chromatographic configurations can be done - for example flush, heart cut, multiple sample loops, multiple separation columns and multiple detectors.
When configuration becomes more complex, a slave chassis of smaller physical size can be added to allow installation of more valves, columns and/or detectors.
All of this under the control of the K4000NG mainframe.
The basic configuration can replace as many as five analysers.
Large numbers of these analysers have already been purchased by various air separation companies around the world.
Other industries including the electronic gas, specialty gas, steel industries and various laboratories are exploring the potential of the K4000NG's multiple analysis capabilities.
Typical measurements are impurities found in H2, O2, N2, Ar, CH4, CO, CO2, Ne, Xe, Kr, He and light hydrocarbons.
Other applications are under development.
The K4000NG easily fits in portable carts commonly used in the semiconductor industries.
The system is designed to operate as a process gas analyser in standalone mode, with a fast start up and describes as incredibly easy to operate.
Measurements range from ppb levels up to percentages in a variety of backgrounds.
There is no separate data handling equipment or software required to quantify peak data.
The concentration of each impurity is displayed directly on the K4000NG's screen.
With it's new user interface, the K4000NG series can be remotely controlled via internet or ethernet.
It is now possible to monitor and control the analyser from anywhere around the world exactly as if you were in front of it.
This feature allows any assistance necessary from Controle Analytique engineers located in the factory, should it be needed
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Designed to operates as a process gas analyser in stand alone mode, with a fast start up and incredibly easy to operate, new user interface allows it to be remotely controlled via internet or ethernet
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