Discover Analytik Jena’s molecular biology and chemical analysis solutions for the pharmaceutical and life science industries. All of the solutions can be automated to a high degree thanks to our extensive liquid handling portfolio. Whether nucleic acid extraction, protein analysis with ICP-MS or various PCR and qPCR/Real-time PCR solutions, early research, or the evaluation in clinical studies, our technologies and methods will increase efficiency of your entire workflow.
LPG is odorized to alert in case of leakage. Typical sulphur containing odorants area mercaptans such as TBM and EM, THT, organic sulphides such as DMS or mixtures. Gas Chromatography can provide the quantitative speciation of these odorants in LPG to check the effectiveness of the odorization.
Monitoring of liquid matrices by Gas Chromatography using a simplified and enhanced headspace sampling system
Chromatotec® presents a headspace sampling system designed to extract representative samples from the liquid phase. The vaporized sample can be preconcentrated using a trap to achieve quantification at very low concentration levels (ppb and/or ppm). Then, it is injected automatically and in continuous mode into the auto-GC analyzer. Speciation of sulfur compounds or VOCs is done with a MEDOR®...
The purpose of determining impurities in liquid EDC (ethylene dichloride) is a quality control measure to avoid contamination of EDC and off-spec product batches. For all other analytical solutions in the chlorination process, please browse the On-line Analyzers Suite under Products & Solutions.
Levels of hydrogen in dry chlorine are monitored in hydrochloric acid synthesis by means of AppliTek’s multi-wavelength IR analyzer system. With increasing concerns over safety and efficiency in the chlorine manufacturing processes, AppliTek has investigated the use of proprietary on-line analyzer systems to monitor and control the HCl synthesis. Each of these on-line analyzer systems has been selected to control a specific part of the burner, by using techniques such as multi-wavelength infrared, thermal...
Determination of particle size distribution—Single particle light interaction methods. ISO 14644-1:2015 introduces the need for particle counters calibrated to ISO 21501-4. The calibration methods assure data accuracy and repeatability. The methods outlined in ISO 14644 and ISO 21501-4 represent an important step in more accurate evaluations of clean room contamination and improved process control. ISO 21501, Determination of particle size distribution—Single particle light interaction methods,...
The purpose of determining ferric chloride in liquid EDC (ethylene dichloride) is to avoid contamination of EDC and decrease risk of corrosion to production units. For all other analytical solutions in the chlorination process, please browse the On-line Analyzers Suite under Products & Solutions. Background: Ferric Chloride (FeCl3) is used as catalyst in the EDC reactor. The FeCl3 colors the EDC with a yellow / brown color which is measured with an opacimeter.
Enviromon's Temperature and Humidity sensors can provide visibility and alerts to the conditions of server rooms and data centers. Prevent avoidable disasters with monitoring and alerting from Enviromon.
The purpose of determining water (moisture) content in liquid EDC (ethylene dichloride) is to decrease risk of corrosion and damage to production units downstream. This is determined at two sampling points in the process: EDC purification unit – top Light Column. EDC purification unit – top Heavies Column. For all other analytical solutions in the chlorination process, please browse the On-line Analyzers Suite under Products & Solutions.
Levels of iron in liquid hydrochloric acid (HCl) are precisely monitored by means of the EZ-HCl analyzer system. Iron oxides that dissolve in the HCl can lead to the formation of ferrous chloride (FeCl2) and compromised purity of the end product. With increasing concerns over safety and efficiency in the chlorine manufacturing processes, AppliTek has investigated the use of proprietary on-line analyzer systems to monitor and control the HCl synthesis. Each of these on-line analyzer systems has been selected to...
Acidity in vinyl chloride can be quantified by measurement of hydrogen chloride (HCl) levels, serving as a quality measure and preventing corrosion of the storage and handling equipment. For this reason it is recommended to monitor and control HCl by means of AppliTek’s UPA Universal Process Analyzer technology.
Levels of of hydrogen in the hydrogen feed of the HCl burner are reliably measured and controlled by means of AppliTek’s thermal conductivity analyzer system. The analyzer system is suited for use in hazardous environments and meets ATEX or NEC500 compliance standards.
Accurate liquid flow sensor measurement can reduce water bills, determine leakage rates, and increase system efficiency. Solve accurate water and industrial liquid flow measurement requirements with clamp-on or insertion ultrasonic flow liquid flow meters featuring precision sensing elements or our complete line of multivariable mass vortex meters.