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CE 380.01 Flow Injection Analysis
Education / GUNT Hamburg / Process Engineering / Chemical Process Engineering /

The flow injection analysis (FIA) supplements CE 380. It uses the photometer in CE 380 as a detector to detect the reaction product glucose.
  A partial flow of the dissolved reaction products (glucose and fructose) from CE 380 is continuously transported to the flow cell by a multi-channel hose pump. On the way to the flow cell a defined quantity of the enzyme glucose oxidase (GOD) is initially injected through an injection valve. Indicator reagents are mixed-in by way of other channels of the multi-channel hose pump. A discoloration occurs, which is recorded photometrically in the flow cell. The indicator reagents and the GOD enzyme are not supplied with the unit.
  Compared to manual analysis, CE 380.01 enables a larger number of measurements to be performed during the experiment. Moreover, reproducibility is improved and there is no longer a need to mix each individual sample.


Learning Objectives / Experiments

- Use of the flow injection analysis (FIA)


[1] Detection of glucose by flow injection analysis
[2] Flow cell to determine concentration with photometer from CE 380
[3] Multi-channel hose pump to transport the product of CE 380 and the indicator reagents
[4] Injection valve to mix-in the GOD enzyme required for detection
[5] PTFE reaction loops
[6] 3 DURAN glass beakers


Technical Data

Flow cell travel length: 1cm
Multi-channel hose pump
- 4 channels
- max. flow rate: 35ml/min 
Glass beakers: 2x 250ml, 1x 25ml


Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h: approx. 400 x 400 x 200 mm
Weight: approx. 8 kg
Required for Operation

230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase or

120V, CSA, 1 phase

Scope of Delivery
1 experimental unit, 1 set of injection syringes
Order Details
083.38001  CE 380.01  Flow Injection Analysis