EMGA-Expert: Advanced model for even higher accuracy and wider range analysis applications
The characteristics and performance of metal and solid materials, including steel, various other metals, ceramics, and electronic materials, are determined by the amount of oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen. Analyzing elements in such materials at high accuracy and with a small amount has become increasingly important in the study and performance analysis of materials.
The EMGA Series Oxygen/Nitrogen/Hydrogen Analyzers significantly reduces analysis time and costs while enhancing analysis accuracy and functionality. Pursuing also usability, the EMGA Series strongly supports improved efficiency in material research and development and quality control.
*comparing with commercial system
HORIBA’ s proprietary sequence algorithm reduces the analysis cycle time* * Patent applied
HORIBA’ s proprietary detectors
The EMGA Series has NDIR gas detectors developed, designed, and manufactured by HORIBA. Based on detailed design and sophisticated production technology, these detectors are manufactured with close attention to all processes, from the polishing and assembly of components to adjustment and confirmation of stable operation. Our thorough quality control provides stable and highly reliable measurement for an extended period with the EMGA Series. In addition, we have also developed the TCD detector in-house so that these analyzers can demonstrate the best performance.
Use of a new mechanism for replacing consumables
The EMGA Series' unique software includes HORIBA's analysis know-how, "Analysis Navigation" that assists in proposing optimal measurement conditions and operating procedures according to the measurement sample, and maintenance work that can be done by checking the maintenance procedure in a video. "Maintenance Navigation" and "Troubleshooting Navigation" that navigates from the alarm display to the recovery of the device are installed.
1. Analysis Navigation
2. Maintenance Navigation
The user is led through maintenance work items, procedure, and method. They check the videos which shows of actual maintenance work, ensuring safety and thorough work, and reducing differences in maintenance work performed among individuals, contributing to stable operation of the analyzer.
Maintenance Counter Screen
The current value and threshold for each maintenance item are shown. If the set threshold is reached, you can display an alarm about the need for maintenance.
3. Troubleshooting Navigation
The user is led to the best recovery method from the alarm being displayed screen that explain of recovering with using images and videos. Suggestions on troubleshooting steps that can be applied on site will lead to reduced down time of instrument.
Troubleshooting Navigation Screen
Rich customization options
The EMGA Series features a number of functions required for the automation of measurement, saving labor for measurement work and ensuring safety.
With a “crucible loader” for automatically supplying crucibles, an “auto-cleaner” for automatically cleaning electrodes and disposing of crucibles, an “auto sampler” for automatic loading of samples, and the “automated analysis system,” the analyzers achieve a clean and safe measurement environment that will not dirty the measurement operator’ s hands. In addition, the optimized automation sequence simplifies operation down to just loading the sample and pressing the start button after entering the preset (measurement conditions and sample name).
The sample is placed in a graphite crucible and the crucible is maintained between the upper and the lower electrode of the impulse furnace. A high current power passes through the crucible to create a high temperature.
The oxide in the sample reacts with the graphite crucible, and is extracted as carbon monoxide (CO), and carried together with the carrier gas. The extracted gas is directly analysed after the dust filter. According to the oxygen concentration, it is determined by CO or CO2 after pass throw oxidizer (Copper Oxide) with a non-dispersive infrared.
The Hydrogen is determined with a non-dispersive infrared analyser as H2O after H2 passes through the oxidizer (Copper Oxide).
The Nitrogen in the sample is extracted as nitrogen gas (N2) and its concentration is determined by a thermal conductivity detector (TCD).
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