Hiden are exhibiting at PITTCON Conference & Expo 2016, 6-10 March, to be held in Atlanta, GA, USA; the Largest Conference in Laboratory Science. Visit Luke, Glen & Jessica Hiden on Booth No. 3942.
The dynamic programme of the PITTCON 2016 offers a unique platform to get acquainted with the newest advancements in laboratory science. PITTCON offers up to 100 excellent short term courses also. The cutting edge technical programme of the PITTCON Conference and Exposition will offer knowledge and research through around 2000 presentations covering a large range of application and methods.
Atlanta has the largest population in Georgia and is considered a cultural centre and economic hub with many interesting places to visit and explore. Atlanta has beautiful hills and trees making nature a great attraction.
What’s being showcased on the Hiden Booth this year?
Hiden Gas Analysers at Pittcon 2016
Hiden will feature their latest HPR-20 systems for direct real time analysis, quantification and control of gas related processes ranging in pressure from 100 mbar to 50 bar.
The bench-top mass spectrometer systems are coupled to the user process by the integral robust, flexible, quartz-lined heated capillary with sample consumption rates as low as 1 mL/min and response times as low as 150 milliseconds. Process interface options enable analyses through the very broad pressure regime and are suited to diverse application areas including catalysis studies, topgas analysis, measurement of dissolved species, multi-stream monitoring of gas feed and process exhaust lines (up to 80 individual gas streams), process/thermal reaction studies.
System operation, calibration, data acquisition and display are fully automated, with full manual control selectable when required by the researcher. Integral I/O’s permit import of external data, such as temperature and weight, for integration with the mass spectral display and output of process detail for process control functions.
Hiden HPR-20 QIC R&D
Hiden Analytical HPR-40 Dissolved Species Analyser at Pittcon 2016
The HPR-40 DSA mass spectrometer system was introduced specifically for measurement of gases and vapours in aqueous media. Product development is application driven, with introduction of new media interface styles an on-going process to address novel user requirements and encompassing measurement in areas such as fermentation processing, photosynthesis, electrochemical reaction studies, water quality and soil condition assessment, plant root performance, analysis of enzyme kinetics.
A fine membrane separates the aqueous media from the mass spectrometer sample intake, the membrane providing a very significant enrichment in gaseous throughput relative to that of water vapour. Interface types include insertion probes for direct immersion in the liquid media, flow-through patterns, cuvette styles for photo-sensitive biofuel studies, DEMS cells for monitoring of electrochemical reactions. The media interface flexibility is of significant interest for multiple application users in university and research laboratories, and all systems are equipped with automated inlet isolation to protect the system from overpressure in the event of membrane malfunction.
Cuvette on Stirrer (Top left), DEMS Cell (Top Right), Membrane Inlet Probe (Bottom Left), Kinetic Enzyme Probe (Bottom Right)
Come and visit the Hiden Booth No. 3942 and speak to Luke, Glen and Jessica about our range of products.
The Hiden stand at PITTCON 2015
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