Description

The NIC MA-3000 determines total mercury in Solid, Liquid and Gaseous matrices using the principle of thermal decomposition, gold amalgamation, and atomic absorption in accordance with USEPA 7473, ASTM D-6722-01. No pretreatment of samples is required.

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Application – Mercury in Lichen / “Why Choose the MA-3000?”

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Specifications

  • Direct Mercury Analysis for results in Only 5 Minutes
  • Extended Dynamic Range Optics (Patent-pending) 0.001ng-2000ng linearity and cubic fit up to 70,000ng in a single calibration
  • Unique Dual-Cell Detector (Patent-pending)-Auto Range with Independent Detectors
  • 100 sample positions
  • Positive pressure sample container prevents contamination
  • Optional Attachments for Reducing Vaporization Method and Gas/Ambient Air Analysis
  • Tri-photo sensor optics (patent pending) design offers simultaneous low and high concentration range measurements, avoids cross over and co-elution of high and low peaks, which is inherent in other dual-cell detector design
  • Special moisture removal step helps to avoid catalyst overloading and saturation while extending the lifetime of catalyst tube
  • Ceramic sample boats allow for easy acid-washing and drying
  • Auto-blanking function on unexpected high level measurement to avoid carryover to next samples

Applications

  • Thermal decomposition methods: US EPA 7473, 30B; ASTM D 6722-01, D 7623-10
  • Thermal Decomposition applications: Fish Tissues, Soil, Sludge, Fertilizer, Feed, Foods, Polymers, Electronic Materials, Biological Tissue, Medicine, Ores, Coal Waste, Oil, Paint, Blood, Urine, Waters
  • Reducing Vaporization methods: US EPA 245.1, 245.2, 245.5, SW-846 (7470A & 7471B); ASTM D 3223-02; EN 1483; APHA 3112; JIS K0102
  • Reducing Vaporization applications: city water, river water, lake water, rain water, industrial wastes, waste water, digested liquid
  • Gas Analysis methods: ASTM D 5954-98; ISO 6978; JLPGA-S-07
  • Gas Analysis applications: ambient air, working environment air, fuel gas, natural gas, LPG, LNG