ZEEnit 700 P

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Analytik Jena Analytical Instrumentation

ZEEnit 700 P – compact tandem spectrometer for flame, hydride and graphite furnace technique with a "plus" of functions. The ZEEnit 700 P instruments are equipped with an 8-lamp turret to offer t...read more

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ZEEnit 700 P – compact tandem spectrometer for flame, hydride and graphite furnace technique with a "plus" of functions.

The ZEEnit 700 P instruments are equipped with an 8-lamp turret to offer the highest degree of automation and sample throughput. An integrated super lamp power supply ensures optimal analytical performance. A high-end vision tool facilitates the control of droplet deposition and drying phase in the graphite furnace.

This instrument provides information in a unique image quality, allowing detailed observation and effective optimization. An integrated RFID tool reads all lamp data fully automatically and generates a protocol. The coded lamps are identified on insertion, the operating data is set and the running time is monitored. This excludes the possibility of operator errors!

The "Dual Atomizer concept" makes it easy to change from flame to graphite furnace technique without adjustment by one click in the software. The transversely heated graphite furnace with all its highlights ensures maximum accuracy and operation according to the STPF concept.

The third-generation Zeeman technique with a combination of the variable magnetic field, the three-field technique and the dynamic mode are the basis for an extended linear working range and optimum sensitivity.

The flame system, too, features a high degree of automation. The burner/nebulizer system ensures that samples are optimally nebulized and atomized. A multitude of practical accessories rounds off the ZEEnit P system.

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