CIFT

Ion Chromatograph,  ICS 3000, Dionex

               

Make

Dionex  ICS-3000

Model

 

ICS-3000

 

     
 

 

 

 

Feature

Isocratic Pump

Gradient Pump

Pump

Dual-piston (in series), variable speed, 80 μL per revolution

Dual-piston (in series), variable speed, 80 μL per revolution

Flow Rate Range

0.001 to 10.0 mL/min in increments of 0.001 mL/min

0.001 to 10.0 mL/min in increments of 0.001 mL/min

Flow Rate Accuracy

and Reproducibility

±0.1% at 1.0 mL/min (typical)

±0.1% at 1.0 mL/min (typical)

Operating Pressure

0.1 to 35 MPa  (15 to 5000 psi)

0.1 to 35 MPa (15 to 5000 psi)

Pressure Ripple

1% (typical)

1% (typical)

Gradient Proportioning Accuracy and Reproducibility

Not applicable

±0.5% at 2.0 mL/min (typical)

Number of Eluents

One

Four

Gradient Mixer Delay Volume

Not applicable

GM-3: <500 μL, 3 to 9 mm ID columns

GM-4: <290 μL, 2 mm ID columns

High Pressure Limit

0 to 35 MPa (0 to 5000 psi) in increments of 0.1 MPa (14 psi); trips instantaneously

0 to 35 MPa (0 to 5000 psi) in increments of 0.1 MPa (14 psi); trips instantaneously

Low Pressure Limit

0 to 34 MPa (0 to 4900 psi) in increments of 0.1 MPa (14 psi)

0 to 34 MPa (0 to 4900 psi) in increments of 0.1 MPa (14 psi)

Vacuum Degassing

Module

Built-in single-channel degas chamber (with degassing membrances) with internal volume of 670 µL and dual-stage diaphragm vacuum pump

Built-in four-channel degas chamber (with degassing membranes) with internal volume of 670 μL per channel and dual-stage diaphragm vacuum pump

 

Conductivity Detector

Electronics

Microprocessor-controlled digital signal processing

Detection Types

Single- or dual-conductivity detection. Dual-detection can be controlled either simultaneously or independently

Cell Drive

8 kHz square wave

Linearity

1% at 1000 µS

Resolution

0.10 nS

Signal Sampling Rate

Maximum of 100 Hz

Electronic Noise, Dry

S/N ratio = 200,000:1 (Example: 1000 µS:5 nS)

Electronic Noise, Wet

At 23 µS, noise <0.2 nS

At 1 µS, noise <0.1 nS

Filter

Rise times from 0 to 10 s

Temperature Compensation

Factory set at 1.7% per °C; programmable from 0.0 to 3.0% per °C

Cell Body

PEEK

Cell Electrodes

Passivated 316 stainless steel

Active Volume of Cell

< 1.0 µL

Cell Operating Temperature

5 ºC above the DC detector compartment temperature; maximum of 60 ºC

Cell Maximum Operating Pressure

3 MPa (500 psi)

Signal Gain Ranges

0 to 180 µS, 0 to 1000 µS, and 0 to 15,000 µS

Optional Analog Output Full-Scale Ranges

Three separate ranges from 0 to 15,000 µS

Thermal Compartment

 

Temperature Control Range

5 to 85 °C in 0.1 °C increments (41 to 185 °F in 0.18 °F increments); thermo-electric control

Temperature Accuracy

±0.5 °C (0.9 °F)

Temperature Stability

±0.1 °C (0.18 °F)

Temperature Precision

±0.1 °C (0.18 °F)

Column Capacity

Up to 3 columns; maximum length of 30 cm (11.8 in)

Heat-up Time

< 20 min from 20 to 50 °C (68 to 122 °F)

Cooldown Time

< 20 min from 50 to 20 °C (122 to 68 °F)

Control

Provided by Chromeleon or Chromeleon Xpress software; the TC and the host computer are connected through USB (Universal Serial Bus)

I/O Interfaces

2 digital inputs, 2 programmable relay outputs

Injection Valve

Electrically-activated RheodyneTitanHP valve: 2-position, 6-port

or 2-position, 10-port (up to two valves can be installed)

Safety Features

Humidity sensor and gas sensor

Temperature control and temperature sensors

 

This Dionex Ics-3000 Ion Chromatography System includes:

  • Dionex ICS-3000 Dual Pump (DP)
  • Dionex ICS-3000 Detector/Chromatography Module

 

 

A water sample is injected into a stream of eluent and passed through a series of ion exchangers. The anions of interest are separated on the basis of their relative affinities for a low capacity strongly basic anion exchanger (guard and analytical columns). The separated anions are directed through a suppressor device that provides continuous suppression of eluent conductivity and enhances analyte response.  In the suppressor the separated anions are converted to their highly conductive acid forms while the conductivity of the eluent is greatly decreased. The separated anions in their acid forms are measured by conductivity. They are identified on the basis of retention time as compared to standards. Quantitation is by measurement of peak area or peak height.

 

 

 

Samples need to be provided in fresh or frozen form. In case of water, samples should be submitted as in their original state.

 

 

 

Industry

University

National Lab/R&D's

Standarization& Estimation

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Subsequent sample per element

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Rs. 750/- Per element/sample

Sample Preparation

Rs. 500/- Per Sample

Rs. 500/- Per Sample

Rs. 500/- Per Sample

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