Torch Case 31-808-0539

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The most common cause of a melted torch is incorrect argon flow.

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Torch Case 31-808-0539

Torch Case 31-808-0539

While there are many essential parts to every mass spectrometer, the heart of ICP analysis is the plasma torch used to ionize sample materials.

ICP torches are made up of several components, including the torch, bonnet, shield plate, and RF coil. These components provide a mechanical barrier between the torch and the bonnet. Deformation or damage to any of these parts can affect plasma stability and ignition.

The most common cause of a melted torch is incorrect argon flow. The flow of argon holds the plasma in position and prevents it from contacting the torch. You can inspect the torch shield and bonnet for cracking, degradation, or deformation. Any of these can affect plasma stability.

P/N: 31-808-0539