PerkinElmer offers a full range of solutions to meet your mercury analysis needs.
For laboratories already using a PerkinElmer AA, ICP-OES or ICP-MS system for inorganic elemental analyses, we offer fully-integrated and automated flow injection accessories.
And for laboratories preferring a dedicated mercury analyzer, you have the choice between compact, reliable and easy-to-operate flow injection mercury analysis systems (FIAS) or full-function, automated analyzers for the sensitive measurement of mercury in solid samples.
Plus, we carry a wide selection of genuine supplies for your mercury analyzer – keeping your system in good working order by using only the best replacement parts is the first step in assuring quality analytical performance.
The FIAS is a fully integrated and automated flow injection mercury/hydride analysis system that provides new levels of automation and sample handling for AA, ICP and ICP-MS, dramatically increasing laboratory productivity and capability.
Low-Sensitivity 1-inch absorption cell for the SMS100 Mercury Analyzer. Note that this is the cell only, without end caps or windows. The optical assembly of the SMS100 instrument requires two 1-inch cells.
The catalyst for the SMS100 Mercury Analyzer is a quartz tube pre-packed with two distinct materials held in place with quartz wool. It should be periodically replaced as part of the regular maintenance schedule for the SMS100 instrument.
General purpose double-ended stainless steel micro spatula. Tips are 2 in (5.1 cm) long and overall spatula length is 8 in (20 cm). The spatula is tapered at one end to 0.125 in (0.3175 cm) and round on the other end.
PTFE Filter Disks for the Gas-Liquid Separator of the Flow Injection Mercury System (FIMS). For a successful analysis, the filter disk of the gas-liquid separator must be inspected on a regular basis since it is required that it is clean and dry. The disks are sold in packages of 5.
High-Sensitivity 5-inch absorption cell for the SMS100 Mercury Analyzer. Note that this is the cell only, without end caps or windows. The optical assembly of the SMS100 instrument requires two 5-inch cells.
This activated carbon is required to be used when performing regular maintenance of the mercury vapor trap of the SMS100 instrument. The activated carbon should be replaced or regenerated every 80 hours of use, or immediately following a high mercury sample.