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Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 1; date Maxum Edition II GC, The Dream Came True!
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 2; date The Synergy Of Two Powers Siemens - the chromatograph leader in the German chemicals industry with 60% market share and 40 years experience. Applied Automation - the global chromatograph leader in hydrocarbon processing measurement with 30-35% market share and 40 years experience too THE RESULT : The most powerful and most versatile process gas chromatograph ever! Siemens becomes the largest global GC supplier with 80 years of combined experience Maxum edition II
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 3; date Maxum Edition II - The Complete Solution to All GC Requirements! Siemens Applied Automation —The One Stop Shop for GCs Customer’s Savings —Reduced investment through optimised, versatile and reliable GC solutions —Reduced engineering through one common platfrom —Reduced procurement time and project management —Short & smooth of start-up through consistent engineering —Less maintenance and minimum training —Reduced inventory through common spare parts
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 4; date The Maxum edition II - The Technological BreakThrough! Ovens Detectors Valves and Application Tools Electronics Software Inputs, Outputs and Reports Human Interface and Workstation Networking Power and Versatility in Every Aspects!
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 5; date The Most Versatile Analytical Oven that Meets All GC Application Requirements Airless (1 or 2 ovens) Air Bath (1 or 2 temp sections/zones)
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 6; date Why the 2 Oven Type, 4 Configuration Choice Airless (Space Heater) —One or two Independent oven with separate doors. Independent maintenance —Space heater does not need instru air. Especially suitable for remote locations. Save upto 500 Euro per GC each year on power & air utilities —Higher maximum operating temperature beyond 200 deg C and effective thermal efficiency. Oven can also be used for high temp sampling system Air bath (Air Bath Heater) —Upto two separate temp section/zone through thermal isolation in one large compartment —Air bath heater provides fast warm up and stabilization time. Permits programmed temperature or sub-ambient operation with vortex cooling configuration —Large, spacious compartment for complex applications and easy maintenance Single AirlessDual AirlessSingle Air BathSplit Air Bath Programmed Temperature
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 7; date The Widest Choice and Largest Quantity of Detectors per GC A total of 7 different technologies in detector modules —4- and 8-cell Thermal Conductivity with thermistors (max 24 TCDs for % measurement) —2-cell Thermal Conductivity with filaments —Flame Ionization or Flame Ionization with Filament TCD (Max 3 FIDs for ppm HC measurement and 6TCDs for % measurement) —Flame Photometric (Max 3 FPDs for low sulphur measurement) —Electron Capture —Helium Ionization —Electrolytic Conductivity Each Maxum Ed II can effectively replace the job of upto 5 traditional GCs without operation compromise. The cost saving in GC shelters and accessories is upto 70% of total analyzer system cost!
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 8; date The Benefits of More Detectors - Parallel Chromatography More detectors allow more applications per oven —Critical/control service can be measured in unprecedent fast cycle time —Critical/control service can also have redundant application including oven in one GC —Complex analyzer can be replaced by Maxum Ed II because of faster analysis time and more components measured eg Mass Spectrometer SSSR Column 1 Column Carrier In from EPC Sample OutIn SSO Detector Vents Fixed Restrictor Traditional Serial Chromatography Maxum Parallel Chromatography
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 9; date The Benefits of More Detectors – Inter-column Detectors, The Siemens Standard Feature! Adequate detectors ensure that Inter-column detectors are always considered. Traditionally, detectors take-up oven space, micro-processor power, and incur cost. Therefore, GC vendors do omit inter-column detectors to cut cost. In a typical GC application, the first column provide coarse separation of the sample. Then the sample is switched to various columns for further specific fine separation. The switching is basically determined by time. Inter-column detectors eliminate time consuming and tedious guess work when deciding oven flow path switching timing between columns. This happens whenever the columns aged or are replaced.
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 10; date The Benefits of More Detectors - Power Made Simple More detectors allow more applications per oven —Two or more streams can be analyzed in parallel instead of stream switching. Therefore all streams results are updated in each cycle of analysis. There are enough detectors to standardised and simplify chromatography application methods —Applications are broken down into simple standardised sub-applications called Applets. —Applets reduces cost by reducing complexity in user understanding, training and maintenance. Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 11; date Industry Leader in Oven Switching Valve Choice and Reliability Extremely high reliability and long life diaphragm valves —10-port Plunger-less diaphragm vapor sample valve —Proven MTBF 10 years. —6-port Diaphragm-plunger high pressure vapor or liquid sample valve —Proven MTBF 6 years Vaporising liquid injection valve —Precision sample size control and fast, clean injection —Ideally suited for liquid chemical analysis Valveless, Live column switching —Essentially zero dead volume, precise sample size for fast column switching and sample injection with capillary columns —No parts to fail or wear out
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 12; date The Winner in Electronics Power & Processing Speed Upto 4 32-bit 486 electronic processors with internal serial signal distribution —1 x bit Dedicated System Controller for communications, human interface and database management —Upto 3 x bit Dedicated Sensor Controllers for detector data acquisition; independent controllers for each detector module. —Plug and Play technology —TCP/IP platform
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 13; date Carrier Gas Pressure Control is a Standard Not an Option! Upto 8-channel Electronic Pressure Control —Absolute digital control of carrier gas pressures. No more tedious flow adjustment on site start-up and routine maintenance. —The GC oven always involves various carrier gas flow paths to different analysis columns. The source carrier gas pressure therefore varies because different columns have different length and separation time. —Traditionally, needle valves are used as restrictors to vary the source carrier gas pressure. These needle valves always creep during transportation and overtime requiring frequent tedious flow adjustment maintenance.
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 14; date The Only MMI that Replaces the Traditional Chromatogram Recorder in Zone 1/Div 1 Areas Unique feature allowing Zoom, Pan function on any area of a Chromatogram; Display detector signals value and retention time Memory for 8 hour storage of Chromatograms in GC. Infinite memory storage with network PC workstation
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 15; date The Only Process GC with EZ Chrom Software! Embedded Advance EZChrom brings laboratory capabilities to the process environment Windows Based with tools bars, user friendly requiring minimum training to operate Powerful real time distributed database integrates all analyzer functions into the underlying architecture Flexible and extensible functionality available through user programming using MaxBasic programming language The Maxum Ed II gives you a warning alarm when your columns starts degrading
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 16; date A Full Range Of Signal I/Os from GC Discrete Input and Output devices —Isolated Analogue outputs —Analogue inputs —Digital inputs and outputs Local control of serial report printers Local output of Modbus serial communication In addition, all capabilities are extended by Networking
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 17; date Full Workstation Capability with PC System Manager —Complete network overview and monitoring with analyzer status EZChrom —Full access to embedded analyzer EZChrom method —Convenient multi-window chromatogram displays —Easy method creation and editing Numerous other maintenance tools —Backup, restore, update —Data Logger —APC 8.1 for compatibility with Optichrom Advance Multiple workstations permitted on network; compatible with telephone or LAN connection for remote access
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 18; date Versatile and Open Networking, Just Like Your Office PCs! All Maxum edition II GCs connect to a high speed network —Direct GC-to-GC communications; no PC, server or other “network controller” device required Three communication options available to allow systems to be designed for lowest cost and highest performance —Ethernet —DataNET —Data Hiway Full backwards connectivity to Optichrom Advance
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 19; date Versatile and Open Networking, Just Like Your Office PCs!
Maxum II Sales Introduction.ppt s © Siemens Applied Automation, 2001 Slide 20; date Maxum Edition II The Optimised & Cost Saving GC Solution for the Future! Siemens Applied Automation —The One Stop Shop for GCs Customer’s Savings —Reduced investment through optimised, versatile and reliable GC solutions —Reduced engineering through one common platfrom —Reduced procurement time and project management —Short & smooth of start-up through consistent engineering —Less maintenance and minimum training —Reduced inventory through common spare parts
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