Water analyzer AULA-254 Gold

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Measured entity
water, mercury, multi-element
Application domain
benchtop, compact, modular
Mode of use


AUTOMATIC LABORATORY MERCURY ANALYZER The AULA-254 Gold is a fully automated system for analyzing traces of mercury in aqueous and digested samples In contrast to a typical multi-element AAS the AULA is specially designed for mercury determination. The use of a highly stable low-pressure electrodeless mercury discharge lamp (EDL) in connection with the latest UV detector techniques result in excellent baseline stability and low detection limits. The AULA-254 Gold system meets current regulations, with capacity in reserve to meet more stringent standards. FEATURES & BENEFITS - Fully automated flow analysis system - Compact modular construction - Proven and reliable detection method: cold vapor atomic absorption (CVAAS) - Integrated GoldTrap for a maximum of sensitivity of <1 ng/l (can be turned off or on) - Wide linear measuring range - No zero drift (auto zero before each measurement) - High productivity - Economical: low reagent consuption - Autosampler with up to 53 vials (turntable) - Automatic purging after exceedance of mercury concentration - Minimized memory effect - Easy to operate with AULAWIN software - Automated Sample Digester Module (ASD) for liquid samples as an optional accessory MAIN APPLICATIONS - Typical applications include analysis of aqueous samples that have to be digested oxidatively before reduction: surface water, groundwater, effluent, process water. - Environmental monitoring: water, soils, sludge … - Analysis of foodstuffs: fish, innards, plants … - Medicine: urine, blood, saliva, hair … - Chemical industry: process monitoring, quality control … - Geochemistry, mining

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