High-temperature combustion unit:
Complete sample digestion at up to 1,200 °C (or 1,800 °C at the point of combustion when tin foil is used) with a ten-year furnace warranty. A jet injection of oxygen directly to the sample leads to the highest oxygen concentrations at the point of combustion, as well as low gas consumption. This gurantees 100 % recovery even for samples, that are traditionally hard to combust.
Purge and trap chromatography:
Separation of gaseous components on up to three gas-selective columns. These columns trap the gases until they are heated up. The release of a gas is only initiated when the prior gas peak has reached baseline. This results in perfect peak separation without overlap, and automatic optimization of the analysis time.