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- MS Modular Substrate Sampling System MS Modular Substrate Sampling System
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- MS Presentation Product Description Building Block Simplicity Building Blocks into Systems Features & Benefits Specifications Conventional to Modular Sampling Systems Pricing Structure
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- Product Description MS Product Description The MS System Designed to maximize efficiency and minimize costs Developed specifically for the Process Analytical Instrumentation market Incorporates a single block and tubeset architecture for simplicity The perfect solution for most gas or liquid sample conditioning systems
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- One Building Block for all system configurations. Standard Flow Tubesets are pre-welded and allow for flexibility in system design. Simple building block approach allows for assembly and/or reassembly into virtually any configuration. Block & Tube Architecture MS Block & Tube Architecture Building Block Standard Flow Tubes
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- Simple Assembly Steps MS Simple Assembly Steps
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- From Building Blocks & Tubes to Sampling System Assembly Requirements One tool, screw type & seal MS blocks MS prefabricated interconnecting tubesets MS standoffs. Step 1 Determine number of components required for each flow stream. For each flow stream, assemble MS blocks together using #8-32 x 7/16 Socket Head Cap Screws. No seals are required.
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- From Building Blocks & Tubes to Sampling System (cont.) Step 2 Based on Users flow schematic, place seal in block counter bore and attach MS prefabricated tubesets to each manifold block using #8-32 x 7/16 Socket Head Cap Screws. Step 3 Based on Users flow schematic, place seal in block counter bore and assemble MS prefabricated manifold to manifold tubesets to each flow manifold using #8-32 x 7/16 Socket Head Cap Screws.
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- From Building Blocks & Tubes to Sampling System (cont.) Step 4 Connect MS standoffs to the bottom of each end of each modular substrate manifold using #8- 32 x 7/16 Socket Head Cap Screws. Step 5 Based on Users flow schematic, attach surface mount components to top of modular substrate using #10-32 x 7/16 Socket Head Cap Screws.
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- Tubed System Flow Schematic
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- MS Flow Schematic
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- MS System
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- NeSSI / SP76 History/Standards Initially Semiconductor Industry Concept Center for Process Analytical Chemistry Washington State University New Sampling / Sensor Initiative (NeSSI) Ad Hoc group of manufacturers, end users, integrators worked together to improve technology and achieve Smart systems. ANSI / ISA Standard 76.00.02 ( 2002 ) for Industrial and Analytical Application
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- Conventional Sampling Systems Conventional Sampling Systems Not Simple Expensive to Maintain Time Consuming to Design and Build No Standardization; all Black Art Designs Space Consuming Size of components yields greater internal volume
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- Sampling System MS Sampling System Modular Sampling System Simple / Standard / Small / Smart (Future) Standardization ANSI / ISA SP76.00.02 ( 2002 ) Ease of Maintenance Lower Internal Volumes External Space Savings
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- MS Pricing The MS system is a build to order modular solution with pricing and availability based on customer specific design requirements and strict compliance to ANSI/ISA 76.00.02 (2002). Component pricing is as follows: Modular Building Blocks Modular Tubesets ANSI/ISA 76 Surface Mount Components
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