Harrick Scientific’s Temperature Controlled Gas Cell

The temperature controlled gas cell from Harrick Scientific is suitable for analyzing gases and gaseous mixtures for flow or static environments using transmission spectroscopy.

The cell is designed with a beam conforming geometry, which helps to reduce volume and increase interaction of the beam with the sample.

This cell is made from 316 stainless steel and has a 10cm pathlength.

It can operate in temperatures ranging from ambient up to 240°C. These features make it flexible for use in evolved gas analysis (EGA) in combination with thermogravimetric analysis for TGA-EGA-FTIR

The temperature controlled gas cell is fitted with a K-type thermocouple and low-voltage heaters, to provide improved performance with the Harrick temperature controller.

The Harrick's temperature controlled gas cell consists of stainless steel transmission gas cell; Viton O-rings; mounting hardware for the windows; embedded K-type thermocouple and low-voltage band heater; one port fitted with a needle valve and a second plugged port (1/8 NPT); mating hardware for the specified UV-VIS or FT-IR spectrometer; and windows (order to be placed separately).

Key Features

The main features of the Harrick's temperature controlled gas cell include:

  • 10cm pathlength transmission gas cell
  • Two ports allow both static and flow-through spectroscopy measurements
  • Heatable to 200°C with Viton O-rings and to 260°C with Kalrez O-rings
  • Higher temperatures is achievable with metal O-rings
  • Beam conforming interior enhances pathlength to volume ratio
  • Cell volume - 17ml
  • 20mm diameter clear entrance and exit apertures
  • Chemically resistant 316 stainless steel cell body

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