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  Improved Humidity Conformance Testing for DVS Analyzers

Hiden Isochema announces a new improved conformance test method for their dynamic vapor sorption (DVS) analyzers.

The traceable method verifies the combined temperature and relative humidity measurement and control for all gravimetric analyzers with a humidifier or vapor generator, including the IGAsorp, and relevant options of their IGA and XEMIS series. The test involves monitoring the gravimetric response of a certified standard or saturated salt solution as the applied humidity is controlled near the equilibrium relative humidity (ERH)....

 

  The ABR Automated Breakthrough Analyzer – characterizing novel materials for gas separation and purification applications

Hiden Isochema is delighted to announce the launch of our all-new ABR Automated Breakthrough Analyzer.

The ABR is designed to meet the needs of researchers wishing to characterize the gas separation performance of novel materials, such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIFs) and covalent organic frameworks (COFs), without the time or expense of synthesizing larger quantities of material...

 

  Committing to Accuracy: Improved Conformance Testing of Gravimetric Gas Sorption Analyzers

Hiden Isochema has introduced a NIST traceable method for assessing the combined pressure, uptake and temperature measurements of gravimetric sorption systems.

Hiden Isochema XEXIS gravimetric sorption analyzerAn in situ densitometry procedure is used to simultaneously determine mass and volume of an externally calibrated float. The volume is measured within 0.001 cc across the analyzer pressure range and is equivalent to a 1 µg (microgram) air displacement at standard temperature and pressure....


 

 

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