gas analyzer / sorption / pore size / benchtop
Gemini® VII 2390 series Micromeritics

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Characteristics

  • Measured entity:

    gas

  • Measured value:

    sorption, pore size

  • Configuration:

    benchtop

  • Other characteristics:

    rugged, multi-point, laboratory

Description

Unique Design - The secret of Gemini’s unique capabilities lies in the innovative use of sample and balance tubes. These tubes are identical in every aspect, including their thermal environment. The sample and reference reservoirs, like their associated tubes, are physically identical and are initially charged to the same pressure. During an analysis, differential pressure between reservoirs is monitored. This common mode technique assures that any differential pressure is solely due to adsorption by the sample and not to factors that lead to variations in free space during an analysis.

The Windows version includes easy-to-follow installation videos and system verification tests to ensure optimum performance and reliability. How-to videos provide on-screen instruction on instrument operation.

The patented twin-tube design negates free-space errors introduced by thermal gradient variations or by initial mis-measurement of free space

Permits low surface area measurements without requiring krypton by essentially eliminating free-space error, the limiting factor in typical static volumetric systems.

Accelerates delivery of the analysis gas because sample uptake controls the rate at which the gas is delivered to the sample. This results in a surface area analyzer that is as fast as the physics of adsorption allows

The use of a servo valve to control the rate of gas flow into the sample tube assures accurate attainment of target pressures without pressure overshoot