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Kits for EA-IRMS systems

Elemental Microanalysis has introduced two new kits for use in high temperature conversion EA-IRMS analysis, following the release of similar kits by Thermo ScientificĀ®.

Kit for the Thermo Scientific®TC/EA (Part no. 1141050) 
– Elemental Microanalysis equivalent part X7007

This kit contains 3 empty tubes: ceramic tube C1105, glassy carbon tube C7001, and graphite tube C7010.

Kit for the Thermo Scientific® FLASH HT Plus (Part no. 1197480) 
Elemental Microanalysis equivalent part X7008

This kit contains 3 empty tubes: ceramic tube C1101, glassy carbon tube C7001, and graphite tube C7010.

These products are offered in kits to ensure fitting accuracy between different tubes, but the components are also available separately for purchase – see the table below.

Elemental Microanalysis also offers hexagonal and octagonal graphite crucibles that are specially designed to increase ash capacity – parts C7019 and C7020.

 

 

EMAL part no.

 

Description

Thermo part no.

X7007 (1 each of C1101, C7001, C7010)

Reactor kit TC/EA

1141050

X7008 (1 each of C1105, C7001, C7010)

Reactor kit Flash HT

1197480

C1101

Ceramic tube for TC/EA

1121320

C1105

Flash 2000 HT ceramic outer tube

1156890

C7001

Glassy carbon tube TC/EA

1121310

C7010

TC/EA graphite tube

1121351

C7019

Hexagonal graphite crucible for TC/EA for use in 7mm ID glassy carbon tubes

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C7020

Octagonal graphite crucible for TC/EA for use in 9mm ID glassy carbon tubes

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Additional Information available: IRMS kits customer version.pdf
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