Five element (Na, K, Li, Ca, Ba)
Single channel Analogue Flame Photometer
Ergonomic design with front loading, unobstructed sample work area, with removable tray for easy cleaning
With ease of use resulting from auto ignition and flame optimisation.
Peak picker for presenting unambiguous readings
With selected filter indicator
Safety features including fail safe flame detection and shut off, with low air pressure indicator
High sensitivity with fine manual control of air, and stable flame design
And ease of maintenance and storage
Separate pneumatic and electronic pods
Small footprint (20 x 30cm)
Easy to remove and clean filter stick
Available in three formats:
|360 00 009||M360 5-Element Flame Photometer – Propane/Butane|
|360 00 109||M360 5-Element Flame Photometer – Natural Gas|
|Both the above are supplied with individual 1000 ppm (mg/l) calibration concentrate solutions|
|360 00 209||M360C 5-Element Flame Photometer – Propane/Butane|
|The M360C is provided with a mixed calibration concentrate 140.0/5.00/1.50 mmol/l Na/K/Li|
It is important to order the correct part number to ensure fuel gas compatibility
Detector response in the Model 360C is “linearised” when the Sodium filter is selected;
the Model 360C specification – see below – assumes samples are diluted as indicated.
Model 360C Specification.
|Na Serum: 110 to 170 mmol/l
Na Urine: 0 to 200 mmol/l
K Serum: 0 to 10.0 mmol/l
K Urine: 0 to 200 mmol/l
Li Serum: 0 to 3.0 mmol/l
|Na Serum within ± 2 mmol/l
Na Urine within ± 4 mmol/l
K Serum ‹ ± 0.2 mmol/l
K Urine ‹ ± 2 mmol/l
Li Serum ‹ ± 0.2 mmol/l
|Na (140 mmol/l) better than 1.5% CV
K (5 mmol/l) better than 1.5% CV
K (80 mmol/l) better than 1.5% CV
Li (1.5 mmol/l) better than 2.5% CV
|Na Serum/Urine: 1 in 200 with de-ionised water
K Serum: 1 in 200 with de-ionised water
K Urine: 1 in 1000 with de-ionised water
Li Serum: 1 in 50 with de-ionised water
Note: The above is correct for use with Propane or Butane. Results obtained from 20 replicates of the same sample, aspirating sample for 20 seconds, then water for 10 seconds. To achieve the stated specification the flame must be alight for a minimum of 30 minutes, with diluent being aspirated. (For a brand new, newly installed unit, the stabilisation is highly likely to be greater than 30 minutes).
Note: For Li determinations; blank and standard solutions must contain similar levels of Na, K and Ca to those present in physiological samples.
MODEL 360 Propane/Butane
Model 360 Part Number 360 00 009
Sodium is highly prone to self-absorbance in the flame above a concentration of 10 ppm.
Displayed for all elements – 0 – 1999
|Minimum Detection Level
@ 3 x Noise
to give min. 100 units
% of value at 50% of value
|Na||0.1||0.1||0.0044||1||1||0.0435||±2% @ 3 ppm|
|K||0.1||0.1||0.0025||0.5||0.5||0.0127||±2% @ 3 ppm|
|Li||0.1||0.1||0.0144||1||1||0.1441||±2% @ 3 ppm|
|Ca||2*||2*||0.0998*||20*||20*||0.9980*||±2% @ 100 ppm|
|Ba||20*||20*||0.2912*||300*||300*||4.368*||±2% @ 1000 ppm|
*may not be achievable if fuel gas used is Natural Gas
For optimum performance the Model 360 Flame Photometer should be warmed up for 30 minutes.
Na, K & Li interference is <0.5% value of element under analysis.
<1.5%* CV for 10ppm K set to 1000 (20 aliquots sampled for 20 seconds each from a single sample). Reading taken 20 seconds after introduction and with a Blank aspirated for 10 seconds between each standard reading.
<1.0%* CV for 20 consecutive readings taken at 20 second intervals without removing the uptake tube from a 10ppm Potassium solution Set to 1000.
(*may not be achievable if fuel gas used is Natural Gas)
SPEED OF ANALYSIS
Time to stability 20 seconds
Analogue: Voltage 0.20 Volts FSD
(h x w x d)
500 mm x 300 mm x 230 mm 5.6 Kg Net
480 mm x 420 mm x 350 mm 8.6 Kg Packed