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Model PFP7 Flame Photometer digital supplied with Na K Li Ba and Ca filters fitted


Part No: 1136019
Supplied with Na, K, Li, Ba and Ca filters, connecting hoses, clips, compressor plug, drain trap, fuses, mains lead, instruction/service manual

Range: 0-199.9
Limits of detection
  • Na/K =0.2ppm
  • Li =0.25ppm
  • Ca =15ppm
  • Ba =30ppm
Jenway



500 701
JY/500.701
£3,047.00 (exc. VAT)
£3,656.40 (inc. VAT)
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Models PFP7 and PFP7/C are low temperature, single channel flame photometers designed for the routine determinations of Sodium (Na) and Potassium (K). Additional filters are available for the measurement of Calcium (Ca), Barium (Ba) and Lithium (Li).

Both instruments are fitted with automatic flame failure detection for user safety, making them ideal for use in clinical, industrial or educational applications.

The Model PFP7/C is specifically designed for use in clinical applications. The in-built lineariser circuitry enables readings of both Sodium (Na) and Potassium K, at the normal clinical serum concentrations, to be displayed directly in mmol/l. Serum samples must be diluted 200:1 or 100:1 prior to presentation to the flame photometer. Jenway are able to offer the Series 7 Diluter to enable this to be carried out efficiently and accurately.

Features include:

  • Low temperature, single channel
  • Electronic ignition
  • Flame failure safety system
  • Operates on propane, butane, natural gas or L.P.G. supplies
  • Fine & coarse sensitivity controls
Please note: an air compressor and gas regulator will also need to be purchased separately to use this item.

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