The Titan MPS™ is a flexible easy-to-use microwave sample preparation system for pressure digestion of a broad range of samples for subsequent inorganic analysis.
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The 16-position pressure vessel Titan MPS microwave has dual magnetrons with 1,500 Watts peak output microwave power delivered in 1% output increments. Designed for rugged, routine laboratory use the system incorporates a stainless steel outer case, which encloses a cylindrical corrosion-resistant PFA coated oven cavity that ensures homogeneous microwave distribution. Reproducible sample digestion is achieved through precise reaction control of temperature and/or pressure. Access to the sample area from above via a hinged lid offers easy sample access. The system employs 75 mL vessels and allows digestion temperatures up to 260 °C and pressures up to 40 bar.
Attributes / Specifications:
Power - 230 V, 50 – 60 Hz
40 bar (16 position)
Temperature control - Optical/sample temperature
Pressure control - IR/direct sample
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