Compatible with an array of spectroscopy applications. It has been engineered to offer a better user experience by self-explanatory operations, the latest generation electronics and a rich user interface. gc autosampler The optimized layout allows for installation in tight spaces and you will enjoy the benefits of a short flow path.
Self-explanatory process and productivity
The carousel and the arm ? that holds the sample probe ? rotate so as to align the first sample tube to be processed. The probe is then inserted at the programmable depth; at that point, the sample is aspirated by the analyzer through the inert flow-path. When this is completed, the probe is automatically moved to the washing port where the washing pump cleans the sample probe internally and externally to avoid cross contamination. HT1000I is then prepared to process the next sample!
We typically run with a sample transfer tube 0.5 meter shorter than that of our competitors! That leads to a shorter sample rinse time, simpler/faster cleaning step and reduced bench space occupation: expect reduced argon and power supply consumption; expect longer lifetime of consumables like the tubings, the spray chamber and the torch because the contact time with the sample (matrix) is continued a minimum level.
When you look at autosamplers, the larger it is, the more expensive it really is. By surveying labs in lots of countries, we’ve sized HT1000I to provide enough sample capacity to satisfy the needs of a typical lab. Oversized instruments result in oversized costs: at the initial purchase and during operations and at maintenance ? being more costly to value. Therefore, choosing the correct size is the easiest way to optimize your total cost of ownership.
Next-generation electronics: the age of smarter autosamplers is already here
Through an encoder-driven solution, HT1000I prevents the time-based drift effect you could have experienced with other systems. A powerful ARM processor runs the HT1000I, allowing support of sophisticated algorithms ? such as the automated calibration procedure, the management of external stresses and automatic recovery ? while minimizing the electricity consumption.
INTERFACE: Keypad and Software to enable a superior user experience
HT1000I offers easy setup and operation: for line priming, end-of-session washes and setup it features a keypad, while for sample processing it can be controlled by typically the most popular ICP and Atomic Absorption software. The four integrated LEDs offer a straightforward visual indication of the autosampler status and PC connectivity.
Sample carousel: made to fit your routine
The sample carousel is organized in six racks, all of which may run a different type of sample tubes from those available. Racks are removable as a way to support off-instrument sample preparation and continuous sample feeding. Furthermore, the racks are recognized so that a mismatch isn’t possible (e.g. putting rack #2 in the positioning of rack #3) to comply with the best lab practices.