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Benchtop Gas Analyzer

MAX300-CAT Laboratory Gas Analyzer: The new MAX300-CAT: Fast and flexible laboratory gas analysis

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The MAX300-CAT is a high-sensitivity, quantitative gas analyzer for catalysis, reaction monitoring, and environmental research.

This powerful quadrupole system performs high precision quantitative analysis of every component in a gas or vapor mixture, and can be equipped for the fully-automated sampling of 61+ gas channels.

With the ability to track concentration changes from ppb levels to 100% and continuous data updates in seconds, the MAX300-CAT provides a compact, flexible platform optimized for gas reaction studies in catalysis, bioreactor control, process development, and environmental analysis.

The Questor5 quantitative analysis software is easy to use, and can instantly calculate derived values from acquired data. The inclusion of a wide range of communication protocols allows for seamless integration with benchtop reactors, thermal analyzers, or other lab equipment.

The MAX300-CAT joins the ultra-sensitive MAX300-LG benchtop series, and the high-performance Veraspec line to provide a full range of gas analyzer solutions for laboratory and research applications.

The Extrel MAX 300LG Quantitative Benchtop Gas Analyzer
defines new standards in real-time gas analysis, combining our industry leading 300 amu 19 mm quadrupole mass spectrometer with fast sampling chemically inert inlet in a truly automated benchtop gas analyzer package. It delivers accurate gas and vapor consentrations from multiple-streams from 100% to 10 ppb, with unrivalled precision and repeatability, each time, ervery time.
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MAX300-EGA Evolved Gas Analyzer
The MAX300-EGA quadrupole mass spectrometer is the newest  Evolved
Gas Analyzer within Extrel’s high performance MAX300 family. Designed
for coupling with instrumentation in Pharmaceutical, Materials Science,
and Organic Chemistry laboratories, the MAX300-EGA features Extrel’s
industry-leading 19 mm quadrupole mass filter. High sensitivity, resolution,
and flexibility make the MAX300-EGA ideal for the characterization and
quantitation of your off-gas. 
Equipped with a 2 m heated transfer line, an extensive compound library, and the
ability to import a variety of external signals, the MAX300-EGA is optimized for
interfacing with thermal analyzers and microreactors  .. read more

Multi Gas Analyzer MGT with Thermal Desorption, Massrange 1 – 300 amu , 6 mm rod systems
The analysis of gases being emitted from heated samples by desorption or decomposition is of great technical interest, for example in quality control of industrial processes, in materials analysis or in research. Frequently, Thermogravimetrical Analysis (TGA) is applied. Hereby the mass change as a function of temperature and time is measured. To avoid oxidation processes closed housings are required which are flushed by inert gases like N2 or Ar.
To gain more information beside the mass changes, TGAs are quite often combined with mass spectrometers or   Fourier Infrared Transform Spectrometry (FTIR). The use of a discrete stand-alone device with thermal desorption like MGT combines TGA and mass spectrometry. Emitted gases are analyzed high efficiently and quantitatively. The modern in-line analysis software calculates mass losses in combination with the chemical species very precisely.
The measurements are performed completely automatically. After positioning of the sample the system pumps down until the required testport pressure is reached. The user only has to choose the gas species to be investigated, minimal and maximal temperature as well as the temperature ramp. The maximal temperature is 1.800 °C, the maximal temperature ramp ist 50 K/sec. After the measurement the device stands by in a condition choosen by the user. All data may be stored easily and can be loaded for review. The MGT is completely network able and data may be stored in a central server ... read more Download Manual (only in German available) here.

The MAX300-LG Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometer (MIMS)
is a fully automated Quantitative Gas Analyzer with a temperature controlled Membrane Introduction Inlet for fast and repeatable analysis of gases and dissolved gases in liquids at the parts-per-trillion level.
Quantitative Gas Analysis, performed with precision, accuracy and repeatability, demands an analyzer with exceptional stability & repeatability characteristics coupled with an inlet system and analysis methods that can handle routine calibrations and background gas subtractions. The MAX300-LG Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometer delivers all this, plus the ability to significantly extend the detection range for many compounds down to the ppt level via enrichment through the semi-permeable membrane. Both gases and dissolved gases in liquids may be analysed.

The VeraSpec Trace Ultimate Gas Analysers are truly innovative research grade instruments that takes the analytical capability of a number of Extrel’s best technologies for trace gas analysis, and makes them available for the first time in a single instrument:
• Atmospheric Pressure Ionization MS (APIMS)
• High sensitivity closed source electron impact ionization (EI)
• Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometry (MIMS)
Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Mass Spectrometry (APIMS) has developed into a critical tool for pure gas analysis, providing part-per-trillion (ppt) level detection of certain impurities in pure gases.
For other impurities which are inaccessible by APIMS, high sensitivity electron impact ionization (EI) mass spectrometry can be used to supplement the analysis. In other cases, membrane introduction mass spectrometry (MIMS) with the EI source can provide sub part-per-billion (ppb) detection limits for some components. VeraSpec Trace has the unique capability to combine these techniques in a single instrument. Each of the x3 VeraSpec Trace configurations is also available with MS/MS detector for accurate mass identification.