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Home > Press > The QGA - The New Gas Analyser from Hiden Analytical

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Hiden Analytical introduce the new QGA compact benchtop mass spectrometer configured for continuous real-time multi-species analysis of both gases and vapours in the pressure range from 2 bar to 100mbar absolute. Applications include thermal analysis, fermentation processes, catalysis and general gas reaction studies.

The QGA - The New Gas Analyser from Hiden Analytical

UK | Posted on October 6th, 2010

With mass range to 300amu and detection levels to 100ppb the system features the QGA operating program for quantitative analysis of up to 16 gases and vapours, together with an internal 10-peak spectral library and automated spectral overlap correction.

Data is readily integrated in real time with external monitors including temperature, pressure and weight and with external gas monitors for applications such as CO monitoring in the presence of N2. The innovative APSI mode reduces molecular fragmentation by soft ionisation to refine analysis of complex organic molecules and enables selective ionisation of many gas species by selection of specific ionisation energies - helium and deuterium at mass 4 for example.

The flexible 2M long sample interface operates to 200C and is configured to balance sample consumption to the process requirements with sample consumption rates controllable from 1 to 16 mL/min. Options include high-pressure adaptors for sample pressures to 30 bar, gas stream selectors for selection from up to 80 gas streams and hot-zone extensions for direct sampling from processes to 1000C.

For full details of the QGA system and the full range of Hiden Analytical products contact Hiden Analytical at or visit the main website at www.HidenAnalytical.com

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About Hiden Analytical
Hiden Analytical celebrates more than 25 years of design, development and manufacture of quadrupole mass spectrometers. Our products address a diverse range of applications - precision gas analysis, plasma diagnostics by direct measurement of plasma ions and ion energies, SIMS probes for UHV surface science, catalysis performance quantification, thermo-gravimetric studies - over a pressure range extending from 30 bar processes down to UHV/XHV.

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Hiden Analytical UK Headquarters
420 Europa Boulevard
Gemini Business Park
Warrington
WA5 7UN
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1925 445225
Fax: +44 (0) 1925 416518

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