Microwave Digestion System: Multiwave GO
The Multiwave GO microwave digestion system represents a masterstroke of Anton Paar's engineering. The newly designed DMC Directed Multimode Cavity provides the best of both monomode and multimode microwaves. As in a monomode system, the microwaves are directed to the sample, providing highly efficient heating in a small-footprint system. As in a multimode system, more than one sample can be digested in a single run. Due to the TURBO Cooling process, unique cooling times as short as 8 minutes for a fully loaded twelve-position rotor are possible. With its SMART VENT technology, Multiwave GO is the most convenient microwave digestion system on the market.Get in touch
DMC Directed Multimode Cavity
The microwave field is directed to the sample region and adapts itself to the number of filled or empty positions and the filling state of the vessel. The DMC Directed Multimode Cavity provides highly efficient heating in a compact system.
SMART VENT technology
SMART VENT technology enables precise pressure control in each vessel. At 20 bar the overpressure is safely released and significantly increased digestion temperatures can be realized. SMART VENT technology permits extremely high sample weights and the possibility to safely digest samples with different, unknown reaction behavior in the same run.
With the TURBO Heating and TURBO Cooling concept minimal process times can be achieved and up to 12 samples can be reliably digested in less than 20 minutes.
Safety without compromise
Numerous active and passive safety features protect the system, operator and surroundings in all situations.
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Raw Material Monitoring: Mash Analysis
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