New Agilent fully demountable ICP-OES torch | Removing Carbon Buildup Doesn’t Have to Be a Chore
New Agilent fully demountable ICP-OES torch

Removing Carbon Buildup
Doesn’t Have to Be a Chore

Agilent 5000 Series ICP-OES instruments

Do you run samples prepared in organic solvents?

If so, you’ve probably experienced the hassle of using blowtorches or acid to remove carbon buildup from the injector of your ICP-OES torch.

Simplify carbon removal with the new Agilent fully demountable torch. Unlike one-piece, semi-demountable, or competitive demountable torches, the injector is simple to remove—without tools—for cleaning or replacement. And that means you can:

  • Reduce downtime and boost productivity. The injector is easily removed for maintenance, especially when compared with competitive torch designs that use a ferrule fitting to locate the injector.
  • Maintain consistent results. The demountable torch aligns automatically without requiring manual adjustment or optimization.
  • Minimize operating costs. Replace damaged torch components individually, rather than replacing the complete assembly.

This flexible new torch takes the pain out of carbon removal, and is available for Agilent 5000 Series ICP-OES instruments.

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Agilent fully demountable torch

Save 20% when you order the fully demountable torch.

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New webinar

Agilent Webinar-New Sample Introduction Components to Simplify Analysis of Challenging Samples using ICP-OES

Learn how new sample introduction components provide greater flexibility so you can handle challenging sample matrices.

ICP-OES torch selection guide

Agilent ICP-OES Supplies Torch Selection Guide

One-piece quartz? Semidemountable? Fully demountable? This guide will help you quickly choose the right torch for your applications.

New application note

App Note-Multi-element determination of lubricant and hydraulic oils samples using the Agilent 5110 Radial View ICP-OES

See how we achieved excellent stability and <3% RSD for 22 analytes in used lubricant and hydraulic oil. There was no sign of carbon buildup on the injector throughout the 10-hour period.

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