EcaFlow Model 150 GLP is a PC controlled automatic laboratory analyser for the determination of trace and high concentrations of metals, semi-metals and numerous non-metals in various samples.

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By making use of the autosampler AS-150 up to 42 samples can be analysed in full automatic mode. The system supports the standardless, calibration curve and standard additions techniques. Over 70 validated applications are available for numerous sample types such as waters, foods, industrial liquids, wastes, etc.EcaFlow is a compact laboratory instrument controlled by a PC. The control unit contains the power support unit, control processor with a channel analyser, fast A/D and D/A converters and a high performance generic potentiostat/ galvanostat. 

The compact flow system is controlled by the control unit and operates full automatically. It contains computer controlled electromagnetic valves for switching either to the sample solution or to an electrolyte solution or to a standard solution for the standard addition. Solutions are driven by a peristaltic pump. The heart of the system is the patented compact electrochemical cell. 

The cell uses disposable flow-through working electrodes made of suitable inert material. The counter and reference electrodes are separated from the flowing solutions hydrodynamically, so the reaction products at the counter electrode cannot interfere at the working electrode. The working electrode can be easily changed simply by loosening a screw. The cell is fixed to the panel of the instrument by a special connector which serves as an electrical contact to the electrodes. The connections of the tubes are made of Luer-type fitting, which facilitates fast manipulation when the electrode or cell is changed. 


Available applications (all included):

  1. Flow-through analyser test  
  2. Simultaneous determination of Cd, Pb and C 
  3. Determination of Pb 
  4. Simultaneous determination of Sn and Pb 
  5. Simultaneous determination of Pb, Cd and Hg 
  6. Determination of EDTA 
  7. Simultaneous determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu 
  8. Simultaneous determination of Cd, Pb, a Cu in wines 
  9. Determination of Ag 
  10. Determination of As(III) and total As in urine 
  11. Determination of As(III) and total As in fertilisers 
  12. Determination of Se in waters 
  13. Determination of Mn 
  14. Determination of Hg 
  15. Determination of Fe in waters 
  16. Determination of Sn 
  17. Determination of Bi 
  18. Determination of As in drugs 
  19. Determination of chlorides in waters 
  20. Simultaneous determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in wines 
  21. Simultaneous determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in spirits 
  22. Simultaneous determination of Cd, Pb, and Cu in beers 
  23. Determination of Fe (higher concentrations) in waters 
  24. Determination of Cd, Pb, and Cu in soil extracts 
  25. Determination of Sb 
  26. Simultaneous determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in waters 
  27. Determination of As(III) and total As in waters 
  28. Determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in pectines 
  29. Determination of iodides in urine 
  30. Determination of Au in water samples 
  31. Determination of low Ni contents 
  32. Determination of iodides in foods and beverages 
  33. Determination of Cr(VI) and total Cr in waters 
  34. Determination of nitrates in waters 
  35. Determination of Ascorbic Acid 
  36. Determination of chlorites in waters 
  37. Determination of bromates in waters 
  38. Boric acid in nickel plating baths 
  39. Determination of total As in waters 
  40. Acidimetry determination of strong and weak acids 
  41. Determination of Fe in concentrated sulphuric acid 
  42. Determination of Cu in waste waters 
  43. Alkalimetry determination of strong bases 
  44. Simultaneous determination of total As and Hg 
  45. Determination of Zn in galvanic baths 
  46. Determination of Ni in galvanic baths 
  47. Chlorides in galvanic baths 
  48. Cr(III) in passivating galvanic baths 
  49. Determination of phosphates with microporous electrodes 
  50. Determination of sub-ppb Hg concentrations 
  51. Determination of Zn in waste waters 
  52. Cu in wine samples 
  53. Determination of Fe in clear and turbid water samples 
  54. Determination of Au in ores 
  55. Determination of Sb in the presence of As and Cu 
  56. Determination of low Se concentrations 
  57. Sulphites in wines 
  58. Sulphites in beers 
  59. Titanium in TiO2 
  60. Determination of phosphates in clear as well as turbid water samples 
  61. Determination of total ammonia in underground and tap waters 
  62. Determination of total ammonia in waste waters 
  63. Determination of Cr(VI) in clear as well as turbid water samples 
  64. Determination of Ni in clear as well as turbid water samples 
  65. Determination of sulphides (S2- ) in waste waters 
  66. Simultaneous determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in turbid samples 
  67. Coulometric determination of sulphides in waters 
  68. Acid content in wines 
  69. Ethanol in beverages 
  70. Sulphites (SO3 ) in foods 
  71. Chlorides (Cl ) in foods 
  72. Chlorites (ClO2 ) in disinfected water 
  73. Manganese (Mn) in aquatic samples 
  74. Bromides (Br ) in water 
  75. Cd, Pb and Cu in concentrated zinc sulphate 
  76. Simultaneous determination of Pb, Cu and Hg in water