HPR-40 DSA

Mass spectrometers for vacuum, gas, plasma and surface science

Designed for analysis of gases, vapours and VOCs in liquids

The Hiden HPR-40 DSA Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometer (MIMS) is a compact bench-top gas analysis system for real-time quantitative analysis and monitoring of dissolved/evolved gases.

HPR-20 DSA

Applications

Dissolved species analysis

Fermentation

Environmental monitoring

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Overview

The system offers the facility for analysis to sub-ppb (parts per billion) levels and is suited to gas analysis applications where sample volume is small and for environmental applications where detection of a low concentration level is required. Both dissolved species probe inlets and circular membrane carrier inlets are available to address a broad range of applications. The inlet probe uses a special membrane that allows small levels of the dissolved species to pass through it and into the ion source of a high precision quadrupole mass spectrometer.

A manual isolation valve allows for control of the sampling and a solenoid safety valve provides protection for the mass spectrometer and vacuum system in case of membrane failure.

Features

- Analysis of dissolved species with mass range 200 amu (300 amu option)

- Sub parts per billion detection levels

- High precision and stability species ratio measurements (e.g. marine de-nitrification studies)

- Soil core analysis

- Fermentation process analysis

- Water analysis in estuary, river or reservoir

- Groundwater contamination studies

- Methane production control

- Microbiological/enzyme activity studies

- Environmental monitoring

Software

The system is supplied with MASsoft 7 Professional Edition software.

This Windows 8 compatible software allows control of the instrument via USB 2.0, RS232 or Ethernet. Provides comprehensive I/O for data output and for reading data from external devices for integration and display with mass spectrometer data.

Application Examples

Palmer Station, Antarctica | Gas Analysis

Research using the Hiden HPR-40 DSA to examine the seasonal cycle of biologically produced gases in surface waters of the West Antarctic Peninsula region.

Palmer Station, Antarctica 

 

Overview

The system offers the facility for analysis to sub-ppb (parts per billion) levels and is suited to gas analysis applications where sample volume is small and for environmental applications where detection of a low concentration level is required. Both dissolved species probe inlets and circular membrane carrier inlets are available to address a broad range of applications. The inlet probe uses a special membrane that allows small levels of the dissolved species to pass through it and into the ion source of a high precision quadrupole mass spectrometer.

A manual isolation valve allows for control of the sampling and a solenoid safety valve provides protection for the mass spectrometer and vacuum system in case of membrane failure.

Features

- Analysis of dissolved species with mass range 200 amu (300 amu option)

- Sub parts per billion detection levels

- High precision and stability species ratio measurements (e.g. marine de-nitrification studies)

- Soil core analysis

- Fermentation process analysis

- Water analysis in estuary, river or reservoir

- Groundwater contamination studies

- Methane production control

- Microbiological/enzyme activity studies

- Environmental monitoring

Software

The system is supplied with MASsoft 7 Professional Edition software.

This Windows 8 compatible software allows control of the instrument via USB 2.0, RS232 or Ethernet. Provides comprehensive I/O for data output and for reading data from external devices for integration and display with mass spectrometer data.

Application Examples

Palmer Station, Antarctica | Gas Analysis

Research using the Hiden HPR-40 DSA to examine the seasonal cycle of biologically produced gases in surface waters of the West Antarctic Peninsula region.

Palmer Station, Antarctica