Category Archives: industrial-microsegflow

Misconception #8: FIA is faster to switch out methods for different tests

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Misconception #7: FIA runs at faster rates of analysis

To achieve very high rates of analysis, FIA often sacrifices … Continue reading

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Misconception #6: Glass mixing coils are outdated and bad

Astoria Analyzers require glass mixing coils for many other applications … Continue reading

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Misconception #5: Astoria and Astoria2 analyzers are old technology

Actually micro-Segmented Flow Analysis (the technology that the Astoria Analyzer … Continue reading

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Misconception #4: FIA is easier to operate

In many cases the Astoria2 is easier to run: (1) … Continue reading

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Misconception #3: FIA says it can get detection levels as good as yours

They come close, but Astoria can guarantee better results, especially … Continue reading

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Misconception #2: FIA says that bubbles are bad

FIA is referring to bubbles in their flowcells, which is … Continue reading

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Misconception #1: FIA has faster startup up times

FIA is comparing startup times with old SFA technology, which … Continue reading

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What computer specifications are required for FASPac2?

Recommended Computer Specifications: Example of New Computer Specs: Windows 7, … Continue reading

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Will I need to buy a computer?

Yes. We recommend that you purchase a computer separately from … Continue reading

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