GE Analytical Instruments

- Model M9 Laboratory - Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzer

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The M9 Laboratory Analyzer optimizes both specialized and general purpose TOC measurements and meets or exceeds the most common pharmaceutical regulatory requirements being enforced today. Tools that boost productivity are essential to managing your chaotic workday. The new Sievers M9 Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzers offer you time-tested dependability with faster-than-ever analysis to help you reach the peak of productivity.

An unequalled level of efficiency and flexibility

  • Providing readings in only two minutes, the M9 analyzes TOC 50% faster than the 900 Series Analyzers.
  • Automated calibration, verification, and data analysis enable unattended operation.
  • Combine with the optional high-capacity GE Autosampler, featuring random access capability and up to 120 sample positions.
  • The Autoreagent feature automatically establishes optimal flow rates for each sample.
  • Saved methods are now available at the instrument.

Easy to use and cost-effective

  • Streamlined protocols are faster to set up and save.
  • Graphically enhanced “fast-links” for informative error and alert messages allow independent troubleshooting and restoration of instrument memory.
  • The M9 Analyzer’s database structure allows more useful ways to arrange, search and query data.
  • There is no need for external reagents or gas supplies.
  • The M9 requires only a few hours of preventive maintenance per year, and calibration is stable for 12 months. 
  • It's large, color, touch-screen display provides intuitive menus.
  • It's space-saving profile (19.2-cm/7.6-in wide) efficiently uses valuable bench space.

Simplifying Conductivity Analysis
Electrical Conductivity in water is a measure of the ion-facilitated electron flow through it. Water molecules dissociate into ions as a function of pH and temperature and result in a very predictable Conductivity.

The new M9 Laboratory and Portable Analyzers offer sample conductivity measurement for unique pharmaceutical applications. This new analyzer enables simple Stage 1 analysis or cleaning validation rinse sample evaluation with results in only two minutes. Sample conductivity saves users time, eliminates sample-handling issues and minimizes potential failures. Other processes require two separate technologies to measure TOC and Conductivity. Using one sample vial, the Sievers M9 TOC Analyzers simultaneously analyze and report two discrete results for TOC and Conductivity.

Compliance with the Japanese pharmaceopeia 16 (JP16) and other global pharmacopeias
The Sievers M9 Series and the Sievers 500 RL now offer integrated firmware and software support to meet Japanese Pharmacopeia 16 (JP16), JP<2.59> TOC Test and JP<2.51> Conductivity Test requirements for Purified Water (PW) and Water for Injection (WFI). The JP <2.59> TOC standard requires different compounds and calculations for calibration and system suitability testing than those specified in the USP and EP monographs.

The Sievers M9 and 500 RL Series TOC Analyzers support all other major global pharmacopeias, including the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), European Pharmacopeia (EP), Chinese Pharmacopeia (CP), and the Indian Pharmacopeia (IP).

Unique TOC technology
The UV/persulfate oxidation method and unique Membrane Conductometric Detection Technology deliver unmatched accuracy and precision across the M9 Laboratory Analyzer’s 0.03 parts per billion (ppb) to 50 parts per million (ppm) operating range. The M9 Laboratory Analyzer meets or exceeds today's most common pharmaceutical regulatory requirements. It is ideal for routine analysis of TOC samples, and is also well suited for testing laboratories that analyze a variety of sample matrices and concentrations.

Stage 1 Sample Conductivity Analysis

Electrical Conductivity in water is a measure of the ion-facilitated electron flow through it. Water molecules dissociate into ions as a function of pH and temperature and result in a very predictable Conductivity.

The new M9 Laboratory Analyzer offers Sample Conductivity measurement. Enabling simple Stage 1 analysis with results in only two minutes, Sample conductivity saves users time, eliminates sample-handling issues and minimizes potential failures. Other processes require two separate technologies to measure TOC and Conductivity. Using one sample vial, the Sievers M9 TOC Analyzers simultaneously analyze and report two discrete results for TOC and Conductivity.

Productivity

  • Two-minute analysis time
  • Automated operations, such as calibration and data analysis
  • Autoreagent feature automatically establishes optimal flow rates for each sample

Low Maintenance and Operating Costs

  • No external reagent or gas supplies are required, saving valuable lab space, time, and money.
  • Internal reagent packs that can be installed in minutes to achieve three to six months of uninterrupted service, depending on the application.
  • The M9 Series Analyzers typically require just a few hours per year of preventive maintenance.
  • It's modular design facilitates quick consumables replacement and preventive maintenance.

12-month calibration stability

The M9 Laboratory Analyzer offers 12-month calibration stability, unlike competing analyzers that require weekly or even daily calibration. Users can select from a single- and multi-point calibration. To further simplify operation, calibration calculations are performed and constants updated automatically.

Simple and intuitive

  • Large, color, touch-screen display
  • Saved methods available at the instrument
  • At-a-glance consumables status
  • Trend data displays in tabular or graphical form

Expanded Data Access

The M9 Laboratory TOC Analyzer uses a standard USB port to communicate with the optional Autosampler and to download data in a file compatible with Microsoft Excel.

Operating Specifications

  • Range : 0.03 ppb to 50 ppm
  • Precision : < 1% RSD 
  • Accuracy : ± 2% or ± 0.5 ppb, whichever is greater
  • Display Readout : 3 significant digits
  • Sample Type : Autosampler or discrete grab sample
  • Calibration : Typically stable for 12 months
  • Analysis Time : 2 minutes (4 seconds with the optional Turbo mode)
  • Sample Temperature : 5–95 °C (41–203 °F)
  • Ambient Temperature : 5–40 °C (41–104 °F)
  • Instrument Sample Flow Rate : 0.5 mL/min

Analyzer Specifications

  • Outputs : USB device port (1); USB host ports (3); Ethernet
  • Display : 7' WVGA 800X480 pixel, Color LCD with touch-screen
  • Power : 100 - 240 V~, 50 -60 Hz, 100 VA
  • Fuses : Replace with same type and size fuse: T 1.6 A 350 VAC Fuse (Slow Blow), size 5 X 20 mm appliance inlet
  • Dimensions : H: 42.2 cm (16.6 in); W: 24.6 cm (9.7 in); D: 40.0 cm (15.8 in)
  • Weight : 9.4 kg (20.6 lb)
  • Safety Certifications : ETL, CE (see Declaration of Conformity)

Sample Conductivity (Optional)

  • Raw Conductivity Range : 0.01 to 2,000 μS/cm
  • Conductivity Accuracy : ±0.005 μS/cm or ±1%.whichever is greater
  • Precision : <0.25% RSD

Environment

  • Maximum Relative Humidity : 0 - 95%, non-condensing
  • Maximum Altitude : 3,000 m (9.800 ft)
  • Pollution Degree : 2

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