IR Carbon and Sulphur Analyzer LCSA–A11

IR Carbon and Sulphur Analyzer LCSA-A11


IR Carbon and Sulphur Analyzer LCSA–A11 is a unit for determination of sulphur and carbon equipped with two treatment units including a high frequency induction burner and flexible temperature settings with automatic control. With an analysis time of 25 to 60 seconds and oxygen purity of 99.5 %, the multi-shielded isolation circuit prevents the machine for high frequency interference. High speed 24-bit sampling improves sensitivity and accuracy.




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Carbon measurement0.0001 % to 10.0000 %
Sulphur measurement0.0001 % to 3.5000 %
Sampling per second28 times
Relative humidity< 90 %
Oxygen purity≥ 99.5 %
Room temperature10 ~ 30 °C
Oxygen input pressure0.18 MPa at 5 %
Sensitivity0.1 ppm
Carbon detection poolCan add low carbon pool
Sulphur detection poolCan add high sulphur pool
Analysis time35 seconds ( can be set 25 to 60 seconds )
Weighing precision0.0001 g
Power≥ 2.5 kV
Voltage220 V
Oscillation frequency20 MHz
Frequency18 Hz
  • Ultra-low analysis with double carbon and sulphur ( automated switching )
  • 24-bit sampling for improved accuracy and sensitivity
  • Real time monitoring of carbon and sulphur curve
  • Carbon monoxide to dioxide conversion device
  • Automatic detection of electromagnetic valves, lifting cylinders
  • Auto cleaning and ultra-micro porous metallic dust filter
  • High precision pyro electric IR detectors
  • Low pressure heating circle for improved sulphur conversion
  • High frequency furnace using optical fiber
  • Internal pressure conceal , air tightness and filtering
  • Statistical data device for counting and online data transfer
  • Automated leakage detection ( overflow alarm )
  • Automatic dust cleaning improves analytical end results
  • High pressure ash discharge for thorough cleaning of dust within pipes
  • Platinum IR light source for continual heating and high spectral efficiency
Used to measure mass fraction of carbon and sulfur in steel, iron, casting core sand, cement, ore, catalyst, magnetic materials, ceramics, inorganic matter, graphite, refractory materials, battery materials, plants and other materials.