The temperature is electronically controlled using a powerful inbuilt Peltier device. the user can select any temperature between -25°C and 80°C in 1°C increments to provide the optimum conditions for any application. The rapid response of the Peltier device allows a spray chamber temperature from 0°C to -25°C to be reached within 15 minutes. Once set the temperature is maintained to within 0.1°C.
Versatile Computer Interface
For maximum convenience the IsoMist can be controlled from an ICP software Window via a Bluetooth wireless interface or a standard USB network connection. The spray chamber temperature can be monitored through a temperature versus time plot on your ICP software screen. For regulatory compliance, the temperature versus time data file can be saved with analytical data.
Reduced Oxide Interferences in ICP-OES & ICP-MS
By introducing the sample at a lower temperature, the IsoMist reduces oxides resulting in fewer interferences and improved detection limits.
Designed specifically for Volatile Organics
The temperature can be set as low as -10°C to reduce the solvent load on the plasma and allow the straightforward ICP-OES Analysis of even the most volatile organic solvents such as undiluted naphtha.
Constant Temperature Improves Stability
By holding the spray chamber at a constant temperature, the IsoMist significantly improves long-term signal stability, increasing the likelihood of calibration checks passing the QC criteria.
Heating Mode Enhances Performance
The sensitivity for many analyses is enhanced by running the spray chamber at an elevated temperature, a feature that is very important for samples with limited volume. The heating mode also facilitates the analysis of viscous samples such as engine oils and edible oils.