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TRIlyzer mBA-3000

BIOGAS ANALYZER TRIlyzer mBA-3000 LIST PRICE ¥4,980,000 Non-invasive, Micro Sample, Rapid/Easy Analysis, High Sensitivity

Features(Non-invasive, Applicable for every biogases)

  • MICRO SAMPLE: 1 mL, RAPID ANALYSIS: 5 min.
  • HIGH SENSITIVITY: 0.1 ppm resolution for any gases.
  • EASY OPERATION: syringe injection (manual) / breath exhalation (auto)
  • RESULT: many formats by exclusive software

SPECIFICATION

MEASURING PRINCIPLE GC/SEMICONDUCTOR GAS SENSOR
CARRIER GAS ULTRA PURE SYNTHETIC AIR
TESTS/RANGES
CO (carbon monoxide) 0.1 - 50 ppm
CH4 (methane) 0.1 - 100 ppm
H2 (Hydrogen) 0.1 - 150 ppm

BIO-GAS ANALYZER

CALIBRATION GASES of 3 COMPONENTS / 2 CONCENTRATIONS
SAMPLE SIZE 1mL
ANALYSIS TIME 5 MIN./ SAMPLE
RESOLUTION 0.1 PPM for EACH GASES
DIMENSIONS 305 x 200 x 350 mm, 5 kg
ELECTRIC POWER AC 100 V, 1A
The specification might be changed without notification for improvement.

OPERATION PANEL (PC SCREEN)

The biogas analyzer TRIlyzerTM mBA-300 can simultaneously analyze CO, CH4, H2 from a sample gas of only 1 mL in 5 minutes. This system may be applied to the research field of pathological biochemistry where fine ingredients from biogases are used as indicators for patient’s condition. The biogas (expiration gas, intestinal gas, gases produced from bacteria) are recently highlighted in the fields of basic medicine and vitalphysiology.
EXAMPLE 1 PC SCREEN
  • EXAMPLE 1 PC SCREEN

EXAMPLE 2 BIO-GAS ANALYZER
  • EXAMPLE 2 BIO-GAS ANALYZER
    H2 : 6.0ppm
    CO : 1.7ppm
    CH4 : 2.3ppm
  • EXAMPLE 3
    H2 : 23.0ppm
    CO : 89ppm
    CH4 : 1.2ppm

  • CO (carbon monoxide) is produced at breakage of a Heme nuclear by Heme Oxygenase (HO). Heme oxidation enzyme (HO-1) is introduced by oxidation stress and the concentration of CO is increased. It means that the CO in expiration gas can be a marker of oxidation stress such as vivisector damage or various inflammations by free radicals and active oxygen.
  • CH4 (methane) is produced by bacteria (intestinal methanogen) in digestive organs. This gas is absorbed from intestinal tube and exhausted to expiration gas. The rate of persons who expire methane is 10% in Japan, however, there is no obvious explanation of meaning for producing methane. The analysis of DNA for bacteria in intestinal tube is recently advanced and also the researches of these bacteria and their products (including methane) are in progress.
  • H2 (hydrogen) in expiration gas is also product of bacteria in intestinal tube and every person is producing this gas. Above all, the quantity of the gas after dinning (after several hours) varies largely by food, and the degree of this variation depends on individuals. It seems that hydrogen in expiration gas shows really the activities of bacteria in intestinal tube just like methane.