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BWB LI Flame Photometer

BWB LI Flame Photometer

The most accurate lithium flame photometer ever manufactured!

  • Multiple lithium detection channels focused for high accuracy lithium measurements
  • Built-in air compressor
  • Solutions and labware included
  • User selectable decimal places
  • Intuitive user interface for true ease of use
  • Display prompts step by step operation
  • Data sharing via pc link with bwb’s fp-pc app
  • IQ, OQ, PQ web-based certification available
  • Technical Data
Sample rate 2 – 3.5ml/min
Tubing materials Silicone and Tygon®
Required desk space for Instrument 50cm (H) x 45cm (W) x 45cm (D)*
For Safety reasons the Flame photometer requires 1m of unobstructed space above to allow dissipation of heat from the chimney.
Instrument size Li Flame Photometer
51cm (H) x 39cm (W) x 35cm (D)
(20in x 15in x 14in)
Shipping 65cm (H) x 49cm (W) x 43cm (D)
(25in x 19in x 17in)
Weight Li Flame Photometer – 14kg (30.8lbs)
Shipping – 25kg (55.1lbs) ​
Optimal range Multi Point Calibration
Li 0.05 – 1000ppm
Reproducibility < 1% Coefficient of variability for 20 consecutive samples over ten minutes at concentrations of 100ppm equivalent or less. (After instrument stabilisation).
Chemical Interference Na/K/Li = < 0.5% to each other when equal in
concentration at <100ppm
Limit of detection (LOD) and
limit of quantification (LOQ)
Li – 0.02ppm
Li – 0.05ppm
Time to stability Less than 15 seconds after sample
is introduced into the flame
Ions measured   4 independent Li channels, each providing up to 10 points of calibration
Interfaces USB
0-2.5 volt output (based on sample concentration linked to element of users choice)
Optional 4-20mA output in place of the above
Optional integrated printer
.CSV and .PDF generated reports and files via FP-PC software
Recommended minimum warm up
time based on ambient temperature
21°C – 25 minutes
Power requirements 100V – 250V AC at 50 or 60Hz
Fuel requirement Propane, Butane or Natural Gas* regulated to 19Bar. Flow rate of 0.4l/min
*with modifications. BWB Technologies recommends either Propane or Butane for optimum results.
Readout LCD, four line, alpha numeric, back lit.


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