Micromeritics 3Flex Surface Area Analyser

Micromeritics 3Flex is a fully automated, three-station surface characterisation instrument designed for high resolution adsorption and desorption isotherms.

Micromeritics 3Flex Surface Area Analyser

Micromeritics 3Flex is a fully automated, three-station surface characterisation instrument designed for high resolution adsorption and desorption isotherms.

Manufacturer Micromeritics
Product SeriesMicromeritics 3Flex
Measurement principleChemisorption, Physisorption
ApplicationSurface Area & Porosity
Mimimum measurable Surface Area0.01 m2/g
Temperature Control45 °C, ±0.05 °C with 3 strategically placed RTDs

Product Overview

Micromeritics 3Flex Surface Characterisation Analyser is a fully automated three-station instrument capable of high-performance physisorption and chemisorption analyses with superior accuracy, resolution, and data reduction.

Each analysis station is upgradeable from mesopore to micropore with the option of designating one station for chemisorption analyses. This unique 3-port surface characterisation system offers the ability to analyse a sample with 3 separate probe gases simultaneously, one on each analysis port, within a single run. All analysis stations can be configured for Krypton analysis of low surface area materials. Vapour sorption capability is standard.

The 3Flex is ideally suited for the characterisation of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), zeolites, activated carbons, adsorbents, and a wide variety of porous and non-porous materials.

3Flex Interactive Reports Include:

Isotherm
BET Surface Area
Langmuir Surface Area
t-Plot
Alpha-S Method
BJH Adsorption and Desorption
Dollimore-Heal Adsorption and Desorption
Horvath-Kawazoe
MP-Method
OFT Pore Size and Surface Energy
Dubinin-Radushkevich
Dubinin-Astakhov
User-Defined Reports

  • BENEFITS
  • APPLICATIONS
  • ACCESSORIES

BENEFITS

  • Provides superior mesopore/micropore, physisorption, or chemisorption analyses. Ports can be configured for Krypton analysis of low surface area materials
  • New advanced dosing method that allows you to mix both pressure and volume increments
  • Advanced manifold design and embedded control provide an ultra-stable environment for pressure and temperature measurements, extending the limits of resolution
  • Vapor sorption capability
  • Ultra-clean manifold design features hard-seal valves and metal seals to provide high chemical resistivity, ease of evacuation, and lowest outgasing rate in the industry
  • P0 port with dedicated pressure transducer allows continuous monitoring of saturation pressure
  • Isotherm data collection begins in the 10-6 torr range (10-9 relative pressure range for N2)
  • MicroActive Data Reduction software provides powerful, yet intuitive, data analysis with preconfigued or user- defined reporting options
  • Small footprint conserves valuable lab bench space

APPLICATIONS

  • Determine the number of surface active sites for catalytic potential
  • Characterisation of mesocellular foam for use as a hemostatic agent
  • Study of Energy Storage and Gas Separations by Metal Organic Frameworks and Porous Organic Polymers ( MOFs and POPs)
  • Energising the understanding for strategy and synthesis in zeolite design
  • Gain valuable data for improving activated carbon adsorbent and catalyst performance.

ACCESSORIES

Chiller Dewar – Liquid Recirculation System

Closed loop recirculating system that uses a copper coil to provide excellent heat transfer between the dewar and the recirculating liquids. Temperature control is provided through an external recirculating bath or chiller bath which are supplied as accessory items.

 

 

 

 

ISO Controller – Sub-Ambient, Thermoelectric Cooled Dewar

Uses thermoelectric cooling based on the Peltier principle. Maintains a constant temperature between -5 °C and 80 °C. Rapidly cools and efficiently maintains temperature with minimal electrical current required.

 

 

 

 

Cryostat I – Single-Stage Cryogenic Refrigerator Based on the Gifford-McMahon Principle

Closed-cycle cryocooler based on the Gifford-McMahon (GM) refrigeration principle. It uses helium gas from a helium compressor to generate cryogenic temperatures.
The Cryostat I eliminates the need for liquid nitrogen and can obtain temperatures below the 77 K of liquid nitrogen.

 

 

 

 

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