a photocatalytic reaction device with extremely high air tightness, completely inert, automated trace gas on-line detection.
Labsolar-6A photocatalytic test device, composed of all-glass high air tightness system (including automatic multi-pass sampling valve, top/side illumination reactor, recycle condensation vacuum, etc.), protection cover, detection control parts and other components; Suitable for photocatalysis, membrane photocatalysis, photoelectrochemical reaction and so on in liquid-solid, gas-solid, gas-liquid-solid and other multi-phase systems at low pressure under certain temperature conditions. Especially suitable for vacuum photochemical reaction test with high air tightness requirements, the system has the following characteristics:
High system airtight performance; Leakage rate is less than 5 × 10-5Pa ? L / s in the glass system, and the glass part is of good stability and reliability.
Multi-valve automatic sampling; Automatic sampling on-line with a multi-pass valve group and testing in the matching chromatography; A multi-valve manifold for convenient operation.
System status is available at any time, Labsolar-6A photocatalytic test device monitors the system reaction pressure, temperature, automatic multi-valve status and so on.
Vacuum:-0.1MPa; (>24h, Dynamic Gas-tightness Test of Gas Chromatography); Leakage rate < 5×10-5Pa·L/s;
Multi-pass high vacuum valve, no dead volume sampling mechanism; (deny mistaken gas carrier extraction);
Two modes of online automatic control and independent manual control are supported simultaneously;
Standard curve linear regression degree: hydrogen yield 100~400ul, R2>0.9999;
System cycling part volume 80mL; (without reactor)
Quantitative loop volume: 0.1ml; 0.2ml; 0.5ml; 1ml alternative (Customization available).
Multi-pass high vacuum valve, real-time display of valve position while automatic controlling, security protection early warning function.
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