Eltra Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer ELEMENTRAC CS-d

Eltra Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer ELEMENTRAC CS-d

ELTRA’s ELEMENTRAC CS-d is the only analyzer in the market for determination of carbon and sulfur  in organic as well as inorganic samples. For this purpose, the ELEMENTRAC CS-d is equipped with both an induction and a resistance furnace (ELTRA Dual Furnace Technology), covering the full range of carbon and sulfur analysis.

Up to four highly sensitive infrared (IR) cells allow for precise measurement of both high and low carbon and sulfur concentrations in only one analysis. The measuring range of each cell may be adapted to the user’s specific requirements to ensure optimum measurement conditions for each application.

The ELEMENTRAC CS-d is supplied with the comprehensive and user-friendly ELEMENTS software which features statistics, groupings, reports, diagnosis tools and many additional functions.

Advantages

General:

  • Full flexibility due to combined induction and resistance furnace: ELTRA Dual Furnace (EDF) Technology
  • Rapid, precise, accurate and reliable carbon & sulfur analysis in inorganic and organic samples
  • Up to four independent infrared cells with flexible measuring ranges
  • Gold IR path allows for increased cell live time for analysis of halogen or acid containig samples
  • Simultaneous carbon and sulfur determination with minimal sample preparation
  • Low maintenance
  • Robust design allows usage in production control and laboratory

Induction Furnace:

  • Adjustable and ramp-able induction furnace (0-100%) for optimized combustion of every kind of inorganic samples (maximum temperature above 2,000 °C)
  • Precise carbon and sulfur analysis in inorganic samples due to intelligent oxygen supply during inductive combustion
  • Optional automatic vacuum cleaning system ensures higher measurement precision
  • Heated and easily accessible dust trap allows for improved sulfur detection
  • Optimized catalyst reactor permits more accurate carbon detection

Resistance Furnace:

  • Temperature of resistance furnace adjustable from 600 °C up to 1,550 °C in steps of 1 °C
  • Low blank sample port assures reliable low carbon measurement in the resistance furnace
  • XXL balcony for storage of samples

ELEMENTS software:

  • Comprehensive analysis and diagnosis tools (supporting data and application export, comment fields, and many more)
  • Report Designer
  • LIMS
  • Single and multi-point calibration

Application

Alloys, ashes, carbides, cast iron, cement, ceramics, coal, coke, copper, glass, gypsum, iron, limestone, metals, minerals, oil, ores, plant materials, refractory metals, rubber, sand, soils, steel, titanium, tobacco, etc.

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Specification

Measured elements carbon, sulfur
Samples inorganic, organic
Furnace alignment horizontal (resistance furnace) and vertical (induction furnace)
Sample carrier ceramic boats / crucibles
Field of application agriculture, chemistry / plastics, coal / power plant, construction materials, engineering / electronics, environment / recycling, geology / mining, glass / ceramics, medicine / pharmaceuticals, steel / metallurgy
Furnaces induction furnace, above 2,000 °C
resistance furnace (ceramic tube), adjustable up to 1,550 °C (steps of 1 °C)
Detection method solid state infrared absorption
Number of IR cells 4-Jan
Material of IR path gold
Typical analysis time induction furnace 40 – 50 s
resistance furnace 60 – 120 s
Chemicals required magnesium perchlorate, platinized silica (alternatively copper oxide), sodium hydroxide
Gas required compressed air (4 – 6 bar / 60 – 90 psi)
oxygen 99.5 % pure (2 – 4 bar / 30 – 60 psi)
Power requirements induction furnace 230 V, 50/60 Hz, 16 A fuse
Power requirements resistance furnace 230 V, 50/60 Hz, 20 A fuse
Dimensions (W x H x D) 89 x 84 x 79 cm
Weight ~ 200 kg
Required equipment balance (resolution 0.0001g), monitor, PC
Optional accessories Autoloader for 36 crucibles, carrier gas purification, HTF-540 pre-heating furnace

Download Data Sheet: Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer ELEMENTRAC CS-d

Ref: eltra.com

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