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Integral Mass Balance (IMB) method

New technique promises to accelerate materials development for gas separations

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Dynamic Vapor Sorption Analyzer

FULLY AUTOMATED COMPACT BENCH-TOP DVS ANALYZER, FOR FAST AND ACCURATE SORPTION MEASUREMENTS

ABR
Automated breakthrough analyzer

Fully automated breakthrough analyzer for gases and vapors, with integrated quadrupole mass spectrometry

IGA
Gravimetric gas and vapor sorption analyzers

High accuracy gravimetric gas and vapor sorption analyzers for the precise characterization of sorption equilibria and kinetics

MBR
Automated membrane permeation analyzer

Dedicated membrane testing reactor for gas permeable membranes

XEMIS
Next generation gravimetric sorption analyzer

Sorption analysis at high temperatures and pressures, Designed to operate with toxic and corrosive species.

IGAsorp
Dynamic Vapor Sorption Analyzer

With New Video microscope for high resolution in situ image capture

Advancing Sorption Analysis

Hiden Isochema is a world leader in the design and manufacture of sorption instruments for research, development and production applications in materials science and related fields.

We offer a range of fully automated gravimetric and manometric instruments for determining the equilibria and kinetics of gas and vapor sorption by solid and liquid materials. Our full product range includes dynamic vapor sorption (DVS) analyzers, dedicated breakthrough analyzers and unique permeation and climate control systems

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Hiden Isochema has a worldwide presence, so wherever you are located in the world, our local representatives we will be pleased to discuss your requirements in detail.

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New technique promises to accelerate materials development for gas separations

A team of scientists from Hiden Isochema Ltd and Cleveland State University, USA have developed a new way of analyzing materials for separating gases.