Versatile and cloud-enabled elemental analyzer for Nitrogen and Protein determination according to the Dumas combustion method. Dual carrier gas: Helium and Argon.
The perfect solution to maximize your productivity
NDA 702 Dumas elemental analyzer is the best solution for high throughput labs looking for a fast and safe analyzer with the possibility to choose between Helium and Argon as carrier gas.
The NDA 702 is powered by the DUMASoftTM software and produces N/Protein results in just 3 to 4 minutes totally unsupervised and cloud-enabled.
NDA 702 is dramatically faster, easier, and safer than a traditional Kjeldahl system.
The NDA 702 is a safe analyzer that does not require aggressive chemicals or time-consuming analysis steps, just prepare your sample and walk away!
Versatile analyzer for solid and liquid samples
With the NDA 702 you can load different matrix of solid, semi-solid and liquid samples at the same time.
VELP NDA 702 elemental analyzer is designed to work 24/7, 365 days a year with fast and easy routine maintenance.
The autosampler is supplied with a disc of 30 positions and can be expanded to accommodate up to 117 samples.
The lowest LOD in the market of 0.001 mgN with Helium and the RSD lower than 0.5% (EDTA) assure you high precision results and excellent reproducibility.
Efficiency for your lab
NDA 702 analyzes samples of up to 1 g and reduces operating costs thanks to VELP engineering and genuine consumables with extended lifetime. Furthermore, NDA 702 allows cost reduction related to Helium availability thanks to the seamless choice of Argon.
- The NDA 702 LoGasTM TCD works with no reference gas ensuring accuracy and precision;
- Very low oxygen consumption thanks to optimized combustion;
- The maintenance-free DriStepTM water trap is a physical trap that removes 99% of water, reducing the cost of chemicals;
- NDA 702 is easy to install and is extremely compact saving valuable bench space in your lab
VELP TEMS technology drastically reduces wastes compared to wet chemistry N/protein determination methods.