Autochem II 2920

 
The AutoChem II 2920 Automated Catalyst Characterization System performs a full array of highly precise, temperature-programmed chemisorption studies.

  • Temperature programmed oxidation (TPO)
  • Temperature programmed reduction (TPR)
  • Temperature programmed desorption (TPD)
  • Pulse Chemisorption 

 Autochem 2950HP

 
  The AutoChem 2950 HP Chemisorption Analyzer is an automated, bench-top, microreactor system designed for catalyst characterization up to 70 atmospheres (1000 psig). High-quality hardware, a simple-to-use software interface, and a report system that allows users to determine active surface area and activation energy make this bench-top instrument ideal for researchers who want to conduct experiments and characterize their materials at conditions approaching commercial operation.

 ASAP 2020C

 
  ASAP 2020C Chemisorption instrument.Chemical adsorption is an interaction much stronger than physical adsorption. In fact, the interaction is an actual chemical bond where electrons are shared between the gas and the solid surface. While physical adsorption takes place on all surfaces if temperature and pressure conditions are favorable, chemisorption only occurs on certain surfaces and only if these surfaces are clean. Chemisorption, unlike physisorption, ceases when the adsorbate can no longer make direct contact with the surface; it is therefore a single layer process
 

 Chemisorb HTP

 
Chemisorb HTP – High Throughput Chemisorption Analyzer

  • Up to six chemisorption analyses can begin simultaneously
  • Independent furnaces for each analysis station features a user defined temperature range from 10 ºC above ambient to 700 ºC.
  • Quartz sample reactor with flow-through design, available for various size pellets, core and powders
  • Fully automated analysis
  • Long unattended analysis times for high resolution adsorption isotherms
  • Analysis ports operate concurrently or in parallel
  • Up to 12 different gases can be attached simultaneously
  • Windows driven software