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Expanded selection for these gas-sorption analyzers

By Chemical Engineering |

Hiden Isochema

Hiden Isochema

The new MultiPort inlet selector (photo) is now available for this company’s IGA and XEMIS series gas-sorption analyzers. MultiPort offers expansion of the number of gases that can be simultaneously connected and the level of automation available. There are connections for up to 12 gas species and control is integrated within HIsorp.NET software suite. Multiport not only allows the user to determine consecutive gravimetric-sorption isotherms with more species at one or more gas temperatures, but also offers the user full control of the inlet for advanced method development. — Hiden Isochema, Warrington, U.K.

www.hidenisochema.com

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