No sample preparation ✓ Only 5 ml or 4 g of sample needed ✓ No other chemicals needed more
Saves space and money: The most economic microwave digestion system in the world
Cost-effective: process up to 12 samples more cost-effectively than ever before
Space-saving: the most compact microwave digestion system on the market
Time-saving: smart rotor/vessel design and intuitive software
Better elemental analysis, even for small laboratories with a low throughput
Let's be honest: not every laboratory carries out high-throughput microwave digestions on a daily basis. The Multiwave GO Plus has been developed for precisely such users. Perform simple routine digestions and process up to 12 samples in a single run – more cost-effectively than you’ve ever done before. Don't worry about the space requirements in your laboratory: with a footprint of 36 x 53 cm the Multiwave GO Plus is only half the size of other laboratory microwave digestion systems.
Thanks to the 3-part sample vessels that do not need support jackets, you’ll prepare your samples for digestion in seconds and without any additional tools. The SmartVent technology allows high sample weights, higher temperatures and the digestion of samples with different reaction behaviors, all in the same run. The most effective cooling technology then ensures cooling within just 8 minutes – that’s record-breaking.
Easy rotor & vessel operation ✓ Top-notch work safety ✓ State-of-the-art, intuitive user interface ✓ Highest throughput: 41 simultaneous samples✓ more
Space-saving: cooling, fume suction and touch screen integrated ✓ User-friendly thanks to automation and intuitive software ✓ Versatile more
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