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FIMS 400 Flow Injection Mercury System

The FIMS 400 is a compact, easy-to-operate mercury analyzer with an integrated flow injection system for cold vapor mercury AA.

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The FIMS-400 incorporates two peristaltic pumps, high performance optics with low pressure Hg lamp and solar-blind detector for maximum sensitivity. Automatic baseline offset correction (B.O.C.) immediately before each measurement provides exceptional short and long term baseline stability. Built-in power supply and control electronics based on surface mounted device (SMD) technology. The spectrometer, FI components, autosampler and other accessories can be controlled via an industry standard personal computer (required option) using the PerkinElmer Syngistix(tm) for AA system software (required option) based on the Microsoft(r) Windows operating environment.

Two peristaltic pumps are required if the analysis calls for:

  • two solutions to be pumped at different flow rates (on-line dilution)
  • the addtion of multiple reagents
  • the use of on-line microwave digestion technique

Product Features:

  • Two stepper motor driven peristaltic pumps with a maximum of 8 channels for tubing with 0.13 to 3.18 mm inner diameter.
  • The speed of revolution can be independently controlled and are selectable from 30 to 120 rpm.
  • FI switching valve with 5 ports and exchangeable sample loops. (A 500 microliter loop supplied as standard).

Disclaimer: For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Disclaimer:  For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


21 CFR Part 11 Compatible Yes
Height 26.0 cm
Model Name FIMS 400
Portable No
Product Brand Name FIMS
Warranty 1 Year
Width 42.0 cm

Resources, Events & More

Resource Type File Name File Format
Brochure FIMS 100/400 Brochure PDF 946 KB
Application Note The Determination of Mercury at Ultratrace Levels Using FIMS and Amalgamation Technique PDF 1012 KB
Application Note Using FIMS to Determine Mercury Content in Sewage Sludge, Sediment and Soil Samples PDF 1 MB