Applications: Environment & Geology

Berghof laboratory instruments are multiply deployable – e.g. in the segment of environment and geology. Please note: our database of application notes is continuously growing.

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Application Notes Environment & Geology

Microwave Digestion of Algae

Freeze dried algae are digested in an acid solution using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Pressure Digestion of Oil

Oil can be digested using the Berghof DAB-3 pressure vessel.

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Pressure Digestion of Rock

Rocks can be digested in an acid solution using the Berghof DAB pressure vessels.

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Microwave Digestion of Effluents according to DIN EN 15587-1

Effluents can be digested in accordance with DIN EN 15587-1 using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Emissions according to DIN EN 14385

Filter samples of emissions are digested in an acid solution with Berghof mircowave digestion technology.

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Microwave Digestion of Aqueous Samples according to EPA 3015A

In accordance with EPA 3015A, aqueous samples can be digested using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Fly Ash according to DIN EN 14385

Digestion of reference material coal fly ash NCS ZC 78001 by the use of Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Particulate Matter (PM10) according to DIN EN 14902

Filter samples of particulate matter (PM10) are digested with the speedwave XPERT in accordance with DIN EN 14902.

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Microwave Digestion of Sediments according to EPA 3052

The Berghof speedwave XPERT allows microwave digestion of sediments in accordance with EPA 3052.

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Microwave Digestion of Sediments according to DIN EN 13346

Sediments are digested according to DIN EN 13346 by using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Sediments according to EPA 3051A

The Berghof speedwave XPERT allows digestion of sediments in accordance with EPA 3051A.

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Microwave Digestion of Sewage Sludge accroding to EPA 3051A

Sewage Sludge is digested in accordance with EPA 3051A using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Sewage Sludge according to DIN EN 13346

Berghof has developed an application note for the speedwave XPERT for the digestion of sewage sludge in accordance with DIN EN 13346.

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Microwave Digestion of Sewage Sludge according to EPA 3052

Sewage sludge can be digested in accordance with EPA 3052 using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Soil according to DIN EN 13346

With the speedwave XPERT, soil can be digested in accordance with DIN EN 13346.

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Microwave Digestion of Soil according to EPA 3051A

Soil can be digested in accordance with EPA method 3051A using the speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Digestion of Emissions according to DN EN 14385 (without pressure monitoring)

Emissions are digested in accordance with DIN EN 14385 using the speedwave ENTRY.

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Microwave Digestion of Particulate Matter (PM10) according to DIN EN 14902 (without pressure monitoring)

The Berghof speedwave ENTRY allows microwave digestion of particulate matter (PM10) in accordance with DIN EN 14902.

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Complexation of Hydrofloric Acid with Boric Acid

A complexation process for hydrofluoric acid with boric acid can be performed using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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Microwave Evaporation of Acids

A microwave evaporation process for acids with boiling points below 150 °C can be performed using the Berghof speedwave XPERT.

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