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3 Flex Chemisorption

3 Flex Chemisorption

Using the chemisorption option, researchers can obtain valuable information about the physical or chemical properties of catalysts, catalyst supports and a variety of other materials. This model can easily switch from chemisorption to physisorption in less than 3 minutes to provide advanced analyses on the active surface area of the sample material.

3 Flex Physisorption

3 Flex Physisorption

The 3Flex is a high-performance instrument for mesopore and micropore analyses and delivers superior accuracy, resolution and data reduction. All analysis stations can be configured for micropore and are also available with krypton analysis for low surface area materials. A vapor sorption capability is also available. A single 3Flex with its minimal footprint and three configurable analysis stations eliminates costly investment in multiple instruments and additional bench space.

3 Flex TCD

3 Flex TCD

3Flex TCD The 3Flex TCD is our newest addition to the expanding capabilities of the 3Flex instrument family. Dynamic chemisorption analyses are available to the user with the addition of an integral thermal conductivity detector. This new feature allows the user to perform temperature programmed reduction (TPR), oxidation (TPO), desorption (TPD), and reduction reactions (TPRx).

AccuPyc II 1340

AccuPyc II 1340

Gas Displacement Pycnometry System Gas pycnometry is recognized as one of the most reliable techniques for obtaining true, absolute, skeletal, and apparent volume and density. This technique is non-destructive as it uses the gas displacement method to measure volume. Inert gases, such as helium or nitrogen, are used as the displacement medium. Density calculations using the gas displacement method are much more accurate and reproducible than the traditional Archimedes water displacement method.

ASAP 2020 Plus Physi

ASAP 2020 Plus Physi

The Micromeritics ASAP 2020 Plus integrates a variety of automated gas sorption techniques into a single, but powerful, table top-instrument. The system is designed to provide high-quality surface area, porosity, chemisorption and physisorption isotherm data to materials analysis laboratories with ever-expanding analytical requirements.

ASAP 2020 Plus Chemi

ASAP 2020 Plus Chemi

The ASAP 2020 Plus Chemisorption option permits you to obtain valuable information about the physical and chemical properties of your catalyst, catalyst support, adsorbents, and other materials. Its unique design provides a high level of system cleanliness to permit low-pressure chemisorption isotherms.

ASAP 2050

ASAP 2050

Superior Performance Under Extended Pressure The fuel cell and its chemical energy source, hydrogen, have received much recent attention as a promising long-term solution to the world’s energy needs. Developing storage technologies involving advanced materials and the conversion of hydrogen to useful forms of energy are of critical importance. A fundamental understanding of hydrogen physisorption/chemisorption processes and adsorption/desorption kinetics is needed to optimize hydrogen uptake an

ASAP 2420

ASAP 2420

With six independently operated analysis ports, a new analysis can begin as soon as another is finished. This provides an important advantage over many multiport instruments that require all samples to be prepared or analyzed at the same time.

ASAP 2460

ASAP 2460

Surface Area and Porosity Analyzer The ASAP 2460 Surface Area and Porosity Analyzer incorporates a unique expandable system designed for high-performance and high sample throughput. The base ASAP 2460 is a two-port master control unit. For more throughput, additional two-port units can be connected to the master unit expanding the system to either a four-port or six-port analyzer.

AutoChem II 2920

AutoChem II 2920

The AutoChem II 2920 is a fully automated chemisorption analyzer that can provide your laboratory with the ability to conduct a comprehensive array of highly precise studies of chemical adsorption and temperature-programmed reactions.

AutoChem 2950 HP

AutoChem 2950 HP

Micromeritics’ AutoChem 2950 HP Chemisorption Analyzer is an automated high-pressure catalyst characterization system that is capable of preparing and analyzing samples at elevated pressures up to 1000 psia and at temperatures from -100 to 1100 °C. The instrument can perform a variety of experiments including pulse chemisorption, BET surface area, temperature-programmed reduction (TPR), desorption (TPD), oxidation (TPO), and reaction analyses.

AutoPore IV Series

AutoPore IV Series

The term "porosimetry" is often used to include the measurements of pore size, volume, distribution, density, and other porosity-related characteristics of a material. Porosity is especially important in understanding the formation, structure, and potential use of many substances. The porosity of a material affects its physical properties and, subsequently, its behavior in its surrounding environment.

AutoPore V Series

AutoPore V Series

The mercury porosimetry analysis technique is based on the intrusion of mercury into a porous structure under stringently controlled pressures. Besides offering speed, accuracy, and a wide measurement range, mercury porosimetry permits you to calculate numerous sample properties such as pore size distributions, total pore volume, total pore surface area, median pore diameter and sample densities (bulk and skeletal).

ChemiSorb 2720/2750

ChemiSorb 2720/2750

The ChemiSorb 2720 and ChemiSorb 2750 can be equipped to perform chemical and physical adsorption tests that are central to the development, testing, and production of catalysts. They employ the dynamic (flowing gas) technique of analysis by which the quantity of gas taken up by the sample or released from the sample surface is monitored by a Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD).

ChemiSorb HTP

ChemiSorb HTP

Optimum design and efficient utilization of catalysts require a thorough understanding of the surface structure and surface chemistry of the catalytic material. Chemical adsorption analyses can provide much of the information needed to evaluate catalyst materials in the design and production phases, as well as after a period of use.

DVVA II

DVVA II

The DVVA II can be used to accurately measure the fundamental property of carbon black aggregate structure by calculating the void volume of a sample under compression, providing an automated cleaner/greener alternative to the oil absorption test, while satisfying the requirements of ASTM D7854-16 test method. Having a high resolution set of data that describes the void volume vs.

Elzone II 5390

Elzone II 5390

Widely accepted as a primary particle characterization technique, the electrical sensing zone method is recognized as a highly effective method of counting and sizing a wide variety of organic and inorganic materials.Unlike other measurement techniques, the electrical sensing zone method can analyze samples that have assorted optical properties, densities, colors, and shapes.

FlowSorb III

FlowSorb III

The FlowSorb III measures surface area using the flowing gas method, which involves the continuous flow of an adsorptive and inert gas mixture over the sample at atmospheric pressure. The FlowSorb III’s reproducibility is better than 0.5%. The FlowSorb III 2310 features a built-in Dewar elevator for completely automated analysis and rewarming fan for rapidly warming the sample tube to increase the speed of the sample analysis.

Gemini VII 2390

Gemini VII 2390

Unique Design - The secret of Gemini’s unique capabilities lies in the innovative use of sample and balance tubes. These tubes are identical in every aspect, including their thermal environment. The sample and reference reservoirs, like their associated tubes, are physically identical and are initially charged to the same pressure. During an analysis, differential pressure between reservoirs is monitored.

GeoPyc 1365

GeoPyc 1365

The GeoPyc employs a unique displacement measurement technique that uses Dry Flo, a quasi-fluid composed of small, rigid spheres having a high degree of flow-ability. The sample is placed in a bed of Dry Flo which is agitated and gently consolidated about the sample. The GeoPyc collects the displacement data, performs the calculations, and displays or prints the results.

Saturn DigiSizer II

Saturn DigiSizer II

The Saturn DigiSizer®II is the first commercially available particle sizing instrument to employ the light scattering analysis technique that utilizes advanced digital detection technology to deliver exceptionally high levels of resolution, accuracy, repeatability, and reproducibility.

SediGraph III Plus

SediGraph III Plus

TriStar II Series

TriStar II Series

The TriStar II Plus is a an automated, three-station, surface area and porosity analyzer that delivers excellent performance and speed of analysis. With three available analysis ports, the TriStar II Plus provides high sample through-put and advanced data analysis features to the user. The unique stainless steel analysis manifold is corrosive resistant and designed for highly accurate gas management for confident and repeatable results.

TriStar II Plus

TriStar II Plus

The TriStar II Plus is a an automated, three-station, surface area and porosity analyzer that delivers excellent performance and speed of analysis. With three available analysis ports, the TriStar II Plus provides high sample through-put and advanced data analysis features to the user. The unique stainless steel analysis manifold is corrosive resistant and designed for highly accurate gas management for confident and repeatable results.

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