Adjustable Temperature Settings (37°C to 165°C, in 1°C Increments). Selectable Languages (Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish). Customer programmable digestion temperature and duration. 9 Wells for 13 mm TNTplusTM Vial Methods that require digestion. 2 Wells for 20 mm Metals Prep Set Vials.
The DRB 200 is supplied with either one or two heating blocks. The heating blocks can heat solutions in round vials of two different sizes at 37-165 °C for a period of 0-480 minutes. The small, 13 mm diameter vial wells in the heating block are suitable for Hach TNTplusTM tests. The larger, 20 mm diameter vial wells are intended for sample preparation reaction vessels, using the Metals Prep Set. The DRB 200 has 6 stored and 3 programmable temperature programs.
There is one single heating block version of the DRB200 for TNTplus vials. It has nine 13 mm vial wells and two 20 mm vial wells. This model is suitable for all TNTplus tests that require digestion, including COD.
In addition to the single heating block version of the DRB200 there are three dual heating block versions. The three dual heater block models are available in various configurations, to accomodate 13 mm diameter TNTplus vials, and 20 mm diameter Metals Prep Set vials.
Dimensions: 250 x 145 x 310 mm (W x H x D)
Single heater block DRB200s, 2 kg instrument, 3.5 kg with packaging.
Dual heater block DRB200s, 2.8 kg instrument, 4.3 kg with packaging
Ambient Operating Temperature: 10-45 °C
COD Program (150 °C, 120 minutes)
TOC Program (105 °C, 120 minutes)
100°C Program (100 °C, 30, 60, 120 minutes)
105°C Program (105 °C, 30, 60, 120 minutes)
150°C Program (150 °C, 30, 60, 120 minutes)
165°C Program (165 °C, 30, 60, 120 minutes)
Easily selected 37-165 °C (constant temperature)
Programmable Temperature Range: 37-165 °C
Programmable Timer Range:
Easily selected 0-480 minutes
Acoustic signal when the time expires
Heating stops when time expires
Heating Rate: From 20 to 150 °C in 10 minutes
Temperature Stability: ±2 °C
Number of Vial Wells: Single heater block units: 9 x 13 mm, 2 x 20 mm; Dual heater block units: 21 x 13 mm and 4 x 20 mm; 30 x 13mm; 12 x 13mm and 8 x 20mm.
Power Requirements: 100-240 Vac, +5%, -15%, 50/60 Hz, Protection Class 1
Power Input: 600 VA
Compliance: CE, GS, cTUVus
Reduce Errors with Bar-coded Vials
A unique barcode label on each Hach TNTplus Vial Chemistry is automatically read by the spectrophotometer when used with Hach’s DR 5000 UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, DR 3800 Benchtop Spectrophotometer, or DR 2800 Portable Spectrophotometer to identify the appropriate method and take the measurement. While increasing ease-of-use and speed of analysis, errors are significantly reduced.
No Reagent Blank Necessary
The high quality of TNTplus vials, tight reagent production controls, 10-fold absorbance readings averaged for results determination, instrument calibration verification, and high instrument stability all combine to eliminate the need to run reagent blanks—saving you time and money!
Innovative Vial and Reagent Delivery
TNTplus vials use innovative DosiCaps that are easier to use than powder pillows or liquid reagents. There’s no risk of spillage, no safety risk, or risk of contamination with DosiCaps because the reagents are completely contained within the vial cap. The glassware used assures the best precision and the vials have a flat bottom so they can stand on their own.
Even the Package is Useful
Packages of TNTplus vials are color-coded for fast and easy parameter and range recognition for the exact test you need. Step-by-step illustrated test methods are printed on the box for quick reference. Instructions in simple multiple language formats, included in each carton, facilitates use by a diverse labor force.
Methods for EPA Compliance Monitoring
Hach TNTplus Vial Chemistries for COD (EPA Method 410.4), Free and Total Chlorine (SM 4500-Cl G), Chromium VI (SM 3500-Cr B, D), Iron (3500-Fe B, D), Ortho- (EPA 365.1) and Total Phosphate (EPA 365.1, 365.3), Ammonia (EPA 350.1), and Nitrite (SM 4500-NO2 B) are equivalent to the respective method referenced in parentheses under 40 CFR 136.6 for compliance monitoring. As with any method used for compliance reporting, consult with your local regulatory authority.