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STP1.* Stoppers for Cells
Stoppers are formed from white PBTP (Polybutylenterephtalate). They are used for covering of the glass cells produced by BVT. The system with the stopper is closed and space is prevent from solution evaporation.
|STP1.S||TC4, TC5, TC6||Stopper for TC4, TC5, TC6|
|STP1.1||TC4, TC5, TC6||Stopper with bubbling|
|STP1.2||TC4, TC5, TC6||Stopper with tubing|
|STP1.3||TC4, TC5, TC6||Middle stopper|
FC3.TL.* LED Flow CellRead more
The flow cell enables the use of AC1, CC1 sensor in a flow through arrangement in optoelectrochemical measurements1,2. The sensor is inserted into the slit of cell and tightened by closing of the door. The cell ensures the thin layer flow around the working electrode and it is optimised so that no air bubbles cumulate in the cell. The cell contains also the contact and output cable.
TC9 Electrochemical Glass CellRead more
Borosilicate glass cell serves for electrochemical measurements. The analyzed solution can be thermostated by external thermostat MT1-1. Cell openings are designed for stirrer ST9 or mini RDE and connector KA9.s with folder for electrochemical sensor AC9C, classical electrodes WCEc, ACEc and RCEc. The device enables the measurement with inserted samples.
WI Wash Instrument for FCRead more
Flow cells FC2, FC3 and FC4 can be fouled by buffer salts, standard or sample substances especially in the tubing that brings measured liquid to the sensor. The salts embed namely in the edges of drilled openings. It causes decrease of the flow area, thereby flow rate. These negative influences decrease the signal and measurement reliability. Most frequently it happens when high salt concentration solutions or solutions with impurities are used. The flows cell can be washed by pressured water using syringe.
FC2.TL.* PMMA Flow CellRead more
The flow cell enables the use of sensors in a flow through arrangement.
The flow arrangement is:
Thin layer cell “TL” for AC1, AC2, CC1, CC2 and CC3 sensors.
The sensor is inserted into the slit of cell and tightened by closing of the door. The cell ensures the flow around the working electrode and it is optimised so that no air bubbles cumulate in the cell. The cell contains also the contact and output cable.