International Crystal Laboratories’ (ICL) new Gemini Venus Series™ small footprint long path gas cells provide improved performance by combining high optical throughput with an extraordinary path-to-volume ratio.
The Model VEN-II is suitable for general lab use, and is also a rugged and simple IR accessory; an excellent choice for university and environmental laboratories. The small transfer optics box allows mounting in a standard spectrophotometer slide mount or on a baseplate.
Configurations are available for mini FTIRs like Bruker Alpha and Thermo IS5. The easily replaceable ‘Hanst’ cell optical cylinder ensures longevity, stable alignment and economical servicing, while Swagelok fittings optimize sample gas flow characteristics.
Meanwhile ICL has also introduced its new short path high vacuum gas cells, which are uniquely suited for specialty gas analysis. Unlike typical demountable stainless steel cells, Gemini Mercury™ series gas cells are constructed of electro-polished 316ss with welded VCR connections, making them highly resistant to aggressive gases and vacuum tight to 1x10 -8 Torr.
Cells can be configured with base plates, heaters, any IR window material and insulating purge connections extending to the side of the sample compartment. According to ICL, 1cm to 5cm cells can be mounted in a standard spectrophotometer slide mount.
Ideal for a range of upstream and downstream oil/gas applications, petrochemical industry process and plant engineers searching for a precision flow/level/temperature switch for use in liquid, air, gas or for interface service now have the FLT93® Series FlexSwitch™ available.
Electronic Fluorocarbons (EFC), headquartered in Massachusetts, utilizes the latest technology for the purification and microanalysis of its legacy fluorinated specialty gases and rare gases for the medical and electronics semiconductor manufacturing industries.
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