CSBox Tube CS Analyzer is used to determine Carbon and Sulfur in Organic samples like Coal, Coke, fuel oils, soil, Waste samples, Biomass and other Organic samples.
The analyzer provides simultaneous Carbon and Sulfur determination with minimal sample preparation. It consists of two independent IR cells with a wide measuring range of Carbon and Sulfur. The measuring range of each IR cell is modified to the user’s specific requirement to ensure optimum measurement conditions for each application.
CSBox Tube is supplied with a comprehensive software package which includes statistical reports, diagnostics features and other functions.
Complete software enabled operation of the Analyser Two individual solid-state IR detectors for Carbon and Sulfur High efficiency horizontal tube furnace design.
Improved furnace design to enhance safety and convenience Low maintenance.
Rapid, precise, accurate and reliable Carbon and Sulfur analysis in Organic Materials.
High efficiency Horizontal Resistance Tube furnace design up to 1400 deg C (up to 1600 in HT Model).
Programmable furnace temperatures and programmable temperature ramp rates.
Concentric ceramic furnace tube with ceramic lance directing the oxygen to the sample to ensure rapid analysis times and for complete combustion.
Better gas flow control to increase the furnace life and reliability of combustion.
- CSBox Tube Analyser is used to determine Carbon and Sulfur in Organic Materials like Coal, Coke, Fuel oils, Soil, Biomass and many more.
- Furnace maximum temperature 1500 deg C.
- High-efficiency furnace system design with intelligent temperature control can reach up to 1400 deg C.
CSBox TubeHT Analyser is used to determine sulfur and carbon content in a wide variety of organic materials such as coal, coke and fuel oils, as well as some inorganic materials such as soils, cements and limestone by high temperature combustion with non-dispersive infrared detection (NDIR).
Maximum Furnace temperature 1800 deg C.
High-efficiency furnace capable to operate up to 1600 deg C.
The high temperature of 1600 deg C ensures complete decomposition of some inorganic samples and thus reliable and accurate elemental analysis over a wide concentration range.
|Furnace||Horizontal Tube furnace|
|Heating Elements||Resistance type Silicon Carbide Heating Elements|
|Maximum Temperature||Up to 1500°C|
|Temperature Accuracy||± 2°C|
|Detector||Non-Dispersive Infrared Detection|
|Measuring Range||Carbon: 0.005 to 100% using 1g to 40 mg Sample|
|Analysis Time||Sulfur: 0.005 to 100% using 1g to 40 mg Sample
60 Sec to 180 sec
|Sample Weight||20 to 2000 mg
Nominal Sample Weight is 100 mg (coal)
|Required Chemicals/ Reagents||Magnesium perchlorate (Anhydrone)
|Ambient Conditions||15 to 35°C|
|Relative Humidity||20 – 80% (not condensing)|
|Power Supply||230V AC ± 10%; 50/60Hz; 16 A|
|Gases||Oxygen 99.95% purity|