MICROWAVE DIGESTION IN A BENCHTOP PACKAGE SINGLE REACTION CHAMBER (SRC)
The remarkable new UltraWAVE features Milestone’s unique SRC technology in a fully automated benchtop package. Through advanced design and engineering, Milestone has been able to reduce the size of SRC technology, resulting in a small benchtop unit that can fit in even the smallest lab. UltraWAVE digests up to 15 samples – of any matrix – simultaneously. No need to batch samples of the same type into separate runs. Eliminates labor associated with assembly/disassembly of digestion vessels – simply weigh the sample into a glass vial, add acid and place into the sample rack.
UltraWAVE is perfect for labs that have multiple sample types to digest, or for labs that simply want the convenience of SRC technology. The superior digestion quality and minimal blank contribution of the SRC makes UltraWAVE an ideal complement to ICP-MS. The UltraWAVE with SRC technology removes the limitations of conventional closed vessel systems and makes microwave digestion more effective and more efficient than ever before.
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Features of UltraWAVE
Use of Simple Vials and Racks
With SRC, a large stainless steel pressure reactor acts as both the microwave cavity and reaction vessel. This reactor contains a TFM Teflon liner in which all samples are placed and subsequently subjected to the same temperature and pressure conditions.
High Temperature and Pressure Ensures Complete Digestion
After the reactor is sealed and prior to the microwave run, the SRC is pre-pressurized with nitrogen. This immediately raises the boiling point of the digestion reagents inside eliminating the potential for sample cross contamination via boiling and spitting, and also prevents the loss of volatiles
Digest Different Samples - Simultaneously
Consumer products, nutraceuticals, and polymer samples can be digested simultaneously, greatly increasing the productivity of labs with multiple sample types to digest. Unlike closed vessel digestion, there is no need to batch samples of the same matrix together for digestion.
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