Up to two automatic burettes for titrant delivery and three peristaltic pumps can be installed. Automatic pH, acidity and SO2 analyses are made easy and simple.
Both a single analysis stand and 16 or 35 positions autosamplers can be connected to Flash.
The instrument has been designed to optimize the sample auto-level analysis procedure speeding up the whole preparation. The optional degassing system ensures a complete automatic analysis procedure with no external sample pre-tratment needed.
Its new design features light weight and small footprint.
Dimensions dxlxh 294x215x308mm
-COMPACT: Flash is a compact-modular instrument and can be both upgraded and configutated to satisfy the ever-changing laboratory needs;
-EASY-TO-USE: the colored touchscreen display guides the user in each programming, analysis and data interpretation phase;
-ON-LINE GRAPHICS: during the titration process, a graph giving the analysis trend is displayed in real time.
SPECIFIC PROGRAMS ONLY FOR OENOLOGICAL ANALYSES
-pH and total acidity: performed with a pH electrode on tel quel sample (editable pH end-point titration)
-Free, total and combined SO2: performed with double platinum electrode on tel quel sample (ripper method)
-pH calibration and reagents standardization: optional calibration with several buffers (e.g. 7/3pH)
Up to 2 burettes can be installed:
-burette equipped with 12.000 high definition stepper motor
-10ml clear glass syringe and tip made of interchangeable PTFE
-Three-way valve (titrant/cleaning reactant suction, titrant delivery, syringe) made of anti-corrosive material
Very often a titration process requires addition of auxiliary reagents such as acid for acidifying, water for diluting, etc…
With up to a maximum of 3 peristaltic pumps, operated together or separately, every phase of the titration process can be made totally automatic.
Internal tube: noprene
External tube: PVC and PTFE
Single analyses stand
Sampler: 16 and 35 positions
Software for data man-agement on external PC
Internal memory: 50 analyses, 10 calibrations; 30 methods
Data export: date, hour, operator ID, sample ID, method, result, titrant volume
pH calibration: a) 1 buffer calibration (7) b) 2 buffers calibration (7, 4 or 10) c) Theorical (Nernst equation) d) Oenologi-cal: 2 buffers calibration (7, 3), Temperature compensation with pt100 probe during pH Calibration; Buffer auto-recognize; Refusal defective electrodes; Notice expired calibration