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Gas Analyzer

Pfeiffer Vacuum GmbH
 
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ASSLAR, Germany, Aug. 7, 2020 — Gas AnalyzerThe OmniStar® and ThermoStar® GSD 350 next-generation gas analyzers from Pfeiffer Vacuum GmbH are compact, portable benchtop analyzers for analyzing gases at atmospheric pressure.

The devices are used for applications in chemical processes, semiconductors, metallurgy, fermentation, catalysis, freeze-drying, and environmental analysis. The gas inlet is fitted with a heated capillary for use at up to 350° C, preventing vapors from condensing during process gas analysis. Thanks to the two-stage inlet system, an almost segregation-free gas supply is possible.

The ThermoStar solution was developed for coupling with thermo balances. The inlet system with a quartz capillary and a platinum orifice ensures that even the smallest concentrations can be analyzed. The OmniStar was developed for a wide range of applications, using a stainless-steel capillary and valve to interrupt the sample gas stream. The devices allow simultaneous detection of all gases within the mass range.


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