Microwave Reaction System: Multiwave PRO
The Multiwave PRO microwave reaction system serves two groups: professionals in trace analysis and synthetic chemistry. The instrument delivers the high-quality solutions you need in sample preparation to obtain excellent trace analysis results even with complicated, demanding samples. In synthetic chemistry it provides neat reaction products from a broad variety of substrates in varying scales.Multiwave PRO masters high temperatures and provides comprehensive safety features. Its wide range of accessories allows digestion, parallel method development, multigram synthesis, leaching, oxygen combustion, solvent extraction, drying, evaporation, and UV digestion with one single system.Get in touch
Multiwave PRO brings you the strongest microwave power on the market. To sustain an output level of 1500 W (IEC 705) over years, Multiwave PRO is equipped with two reliable magnetrons of 850 W each.
Unpulsed microwave power over the whole range ensures precise control of critical reactions.
Cooling: fast and quiet
The integrated forced-air cooling system with air gap design cools the vessels within minutes after digestion.
Safety without compromise
Numerous active and passive safety features protect the system, operator and surroundings in all situations.
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Multiwave PRO has a large color touchscreen for convenient operation which is easy to read from a distance. The on-board PC provides a multilingual and intuitive software solution.
Convenient tool-free handling
Opening and sealing Multiwave PRO’s rotors, vessels and sensors is quick and simple - just use your hands. This tool-free handling is unique to Anton Paar and simplifies this frequently repeated work step.
EEN 13346 S7a
UUSP 232 - Elemental impurities - limits introduction
USP 233 - Elemental impurities - procedures
Better Sample Preparation of Polymers - Microwave-induced Oxygen Combustion (MIC)
If you have any problems with digesting plastic & polymer samples for elemental analysis due to inhomogeneity or high residual carbon content think about the unique microwave-induced oxygen combustion from Anton Paar.
Closed-vessel Digestion for Cosmetics
Several national and international legislation regulate element concentrations in cosmetics. Anton Paar offers two systems for the highly efficient closed-vessel digestion of such samples with widely varying compositions (e.g. lipstick, eye shadow, etc.).
Convenience of Applying Gaseous Reagents
With the gas loading set for Multiwave PRO the application of gaseous reagents is not an issue any more.
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The pharmaceutical market shows a strong demand for efficient and improved synthesis methods of active components (APIs) as well as for effective analysis methods.
Environmental Sample Preparation according to EPA Standards
For environmental samples like waters, sludges, soils and sediments EPA standard methods (3015A, 3051A, 3052) for microwave-assisted sample preparation are readily available.
Extractions have never been so easy
Extractions are important methods in sample preparation, where a solvent is usually heated for several hours under reflux conditions.
Fast and High-Throughput Drug Screening
In a century where time equals money, efficiency enhancement of chemical synthesis processes plays a more and more important role.
High-throughput Digestion of Micro Samples
Rotor 64MG5 opens the bottleneck of acid digestion in high-throughput screening of small amounts of biological samples.
High-throughput Routine Digestion with Rotor 48MF50
Routine analysis for a high number of samples is widely-used e.g. in the field of quality control during production processes or in monitoring concentrations of toxic elements in different sort of environmental samples.
High-throughput SMART VENT in Multiwave PRO
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Improve Digestion Quality and Save Money – Microwave Digestion rules out Open Digestion
Reliable elemental analysis results need robust sample preparation to destroy sample matrices or to separate matrix from analytes. The sample preparation step is by far the most error-prone and critical step of the analytical procedure.
Kjeldahl Nitrogen in Cereals - Digestion in Multiwave PRO
The TKN (Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen) is a measure of total content of organic nitrogen and ammonia in the samples. For food, multiplying nitrogen content in percent with a factor (usually 6.25) the crude protein content can be calculated.
Microwave Assisted Digestion of Diatoms
MD-VF-Auto SEM represents a powerful combination of microwave digestion, vacuum filtration and automated scanning electron microscopy for the qualitative and quantitative determination of diatoms.
Microwave-assisted Synthesis of Nanomaterials
Nowadays, the synthesis of nanomaterials becomes more and more important, since nano structured materials can assist anywhere in daily life.
Microwave-assisted UV Digestion (MUV)
Anton Paar offers a microwave-assisted, high-temperature UV digestion method for the accelerated decomposition of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in liquid samples.
Microwaves are Fit for Pharma
Since the handling is very easy and results can be obtained within only a few minutes, microwave reactors are nowadays widely used in the synthesis of pharmaceutically active ingredients.
Microwaves go Green
The term green chemistry is widely used for chemical reactions which are performed employing environmentally benign and sustainable processes.
No Improvement with Open Vessels
Dedicated microwave reactors allow sealed vessel operation enabling maximum handling convenience at extreme temperatures and pressures.
Phosphorus in Cereal Crops - Digestion with Multiwave PRO
Phosphorus is an essential macronutrient. Anton Paar offers an adequate sample preparation method for phosphorus in grains.
RoHS- Microwave-assisted Solvent Extraction of Brominated Flame Retardants
The directive “Restriction of Hazardous Substances” (RoHS restricts among other things the use of brominated flame retardants. Multiwave PRO SOLV offers an adequate method for extraction of those compounds from polymer matrices.