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It is extremely easy to use: just weigh your sample, load it onto the instrument and press ‘start’. The DMA-1 is so simple to use that it can be operated in the field, not only in the analytical laboratory.
All the DMA-1 components, such as the catalytic furnace, amalgamator and spectrophotometer, are easily accessible for routine cleaning and maintenance.
click here The DMA-1 is compliant with the US EPA method 7473 (Mercury in solids and solutions by thermal decomposition, amalgamation, and atomic absorption spectrophotometry), with ASTM method D-6722-01 (Total mercury in coal and coal combustion residues) and ASTM method D-7623-10 (Total mercury in crude oil).http://josiart.at/rete/5686
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EasyCONTROL software includes the unique AutoBLANK feature. If, following the analysis of a sample with very high mercury contents, the pre-set blank level is exceeded; EasyCONTROL will automatically run blank cycles until the pre-set blank level is achieved.
click here EasyCONTROL allows the operator to designate certain samples as reference, or QC samples.
Once a sample is designated as a reference, a known concentration value is entered. If the analysis of that sample yields a concentration outside the acceptable range specified by the operator, EasyCONTROL can be pre-set to either continue, stop, or pause the analysis of the remaining samples.