The ChemiSorb HTP from Micromeritics is a high-throughput, fully automated chemisorption analyzer designed for characterizing metal-supported nanoparticles, catalysts and chemically active materials employed in sensor applications.
The main advantage of this analyzer is the six separate stations that simultaneously run the analysis to enhance laboratory productivity and reduce operator intervention.
The ChemiSorb HTP analyzer includes specialized pressure sensors, mass flow and temperature control for every analysis station. This ensures research-grade analysis and reliable performance for an array of sample types, like pellets, powders, monolith cores, beads and other morphologies.
Twelve gas inlet ports offer the flexibility to study chemisorption with a range of probe molecules that can be utilized in automatic sequencing processes as soon as the sequence is started and without any operator intervention. The speed and accuracy of the ChemiSorb HTP are perfect for both research and development, and quality control applications.
The ChemiSorb HTP features a complete set of software for reporting critical parameters used to explain the active sites. These parameters include the active metal surface area, percent of metal dispersion, surface acidity of catalyst materials and crystallite size of the active particles.
Features and Benefits
- Six preparation and analysis ports offer high throughput in catalyst characterization
- Suitable for research and development, and provides high throughput for quality control applications
- In-situ sample activation processes with separate temperature and flow control for every reactor
- Up to 12 gases can be linked to the ChemiSorb HTP, spanning a large number of activation and analysis possibilities
- Separate sample ports make the ChemiSorb HTP highly versatile, and each reactor comes with its own furnace that works from ambient to 700°C
- Catalysts activation processes are made in-situ and this prevents the risk of sample contamination before the experiment
- Activation processes are fully automated due to motor-driven furnaces, while unattended analysis sequences ensure maximum reproducibility in the results, and thus reduce operator intervention
- Precise and reproducible results are provided by high-vacuum, low-pressure, high-resolution transducers