The AMI-300 is the “flagship” of the AMI Family and is the technical basis for all of the remaining models. All of the AMI instruments feature a stand-alone PC that can be tasked to perform other functions in the laboratory besides controlling the AMI instrument. Likewise, all of the AMI instruments feature dependable, LabVIEW-based control software. All of the AMI instruments are designed for performing the traditional catalyst testing experiments on an unattended basis. However, if your research requires increased throughput with the same degree of automation as the AMI-300, there are two, three, five and eight workstation versions of the AMI-300 available.
If your needs fall more toward reaction experiments such as steam reforming, water-gas shift, auto thermal reforming, or preferential oxidation reactions, the AMI-300R is available with one or more liquid pumps and vaporizers to efficiently study those kinds of reactions. If you need to study reactions under pressure, the AMI-300R HP can be operated with pressures up to 100 bar (and higher on a custom instrument).
If your needs fall more toward a less costly line of instruments, the AMI-300Lite, and the three, five, and eight station versions provide all of the traditional catalyst testing capabilities on a budget-conscious basis.
If your interests take you to techniques where it is possible to learn about the nature of the sites, the type of adsorption, or whether there exist multiple types of sites, the AMI-300ir would suit your needs.
Please review the AMI Family Map to see what instrument meets your needs. You may view the AMI Family Brochure here. Below is a technical description of the AMI-300: