Friday, August 24, 2018 Application Notes 225
Application Benefits High Throughput – Rapid sample analysis up to 60 samples per hour Low Cost per Analysis – Less lab tech time, very cheap consumables and reagents Smaller bench space – The single-channel unit occupies less than one foot square off table space and stands one foot tall Compliant with Standard Methods 4500 - avoid the use of toxic reagents
Friday, August 24, 2018 Application Notes 203
Application Benefits High Throughput – Rapid sample analysis up to 100 samples per hour Low Cost per Analysis – Less lab tech time needed to operate, very cheap consumables and reagents Smaller bench space – The single channel unit occupies less than one foot squared of table space and stands one foot tall
Friday, August 24, 2018 Application Notes 264
Application Benefits EPA recommended in May 2018 High sensitivity due to fluorescence detection High selectivity due to OPA/sulfite reagent chemistry Robustness due to use of gas diffusion cell andchelating agent Excellent reagent stability
Friday, August 24, 2018 Application Notes 244
Application Benefits Robustness - due to gas diffusion cell Simplicity - for free and available cyanide, reagents are remarkably quick and easy to prepare Operator workload - for total cyanide, reduced operator burden due to the use of automated in-line digestion Operator safety and environmental consciousness - avoids the use of toxic reagents
Friday, August 24, 2018 Application Notes 168
They say the grass is greener on the other side. Give us a sample of that soil, and we’ll be able to figure that out for you. FIAlab Instruments specializes in instruments that analyze soil content and nutrition. Utilizing flow injection (FIA) technology invented by our founder, our instruments analyze soil and plant matter for nitrate, phosphate, ammonia, and much more. Here are just a few of the benefits for using our systemsin your soil lab:
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 Application Notes 177
Troubleshooting Pump Issues In sequential injection, pump troubles are the most common issue. These issues can range from poor precision or accuracy, pressure surges, aspiration air leaks and plunger repositioning errors. In order to identify which facet of the pump is causing the problem, one must look at more than just the pump itself. More often than not, exceeding the syringe pump’s physical/mechanical limitations is the main cause.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 Application Notes 206
FIAlab analyzers are perfectly suited for on-line monitoring. The analyzers have been designed to work in an automated unattended fashion. They can perform complex analytical operations reliably and reproducibly.
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 Application Notes 199
The coefficient of determination, or R 2 value, is a measure of how well a set of data fits a calibration curve. This is the metric that is used almost universally by agricultural and environmental laboratories across the county. The closer this value approaches 1, the better a calibration curve fits the range of standards.
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 Application Notes 113
FIAlab incorporates a multivariate analysis feature in FIAsoft and SIAsoft. This tool allows our analyzers to reach lower quantitation limits of detection than ever before. This advanced data processing tool reduces noise 3-5-fold uncovering peaks with concentrations in single digit parts per billion. This result yields a striking distinction between pre and post-processed data shown below:
Friday, October 26, 2018 Application Notes 143
Application Benefits Automation - reduced manual labor Environmental consciousness - reduced waste generation Operator safety - reduced exposure to organic solvent Keywords Anionic surfactants, methylene blue, MBAS, Anionic surfactants, methylene blue, MBAS, chloroform, phase extraction, ISO 16265, FIA, flow injection, analysis, chemistry, environment
Friday, October 26, 2018 Application Notes 93
Application Benefits Robustness from gas diffusion principle Operator workload reduced due to the use of automated in-line digestion Increased operator safety and environmental awareness the use of isonicotinic acid instead of pyridine Keywords Cyanide, isonicotinic acid, pyridine, flow injection analysis, FIA, gas diffusion, ISO 14403, flow analysis, colorimetric, UV digestion, digester, digestor