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Optical emission spectroscopy (OES) or atomic emission spectroscopy (AES) are an important tool for fast and accurate elemental analysis of metals. Optical emission spectroscopy provides a non-evasive probe to investigate atoms, ions and molecules within a plasma. It can provide information about properties, such as (excited state) species densities, electron-atom, atom-atom and ion-atom collisional effects, energy distribution of species, charge transfer between plasma constituents, and electric and magnetic fields to name a few.
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HORIBA Scientific has introduced new GD-Profiler HR spectrometer which offers excellent performance in terms of number of elements and resolution to solve analytical issues encountered in complex matrices.
The LIBS solution comprises a compact spectrometer for real-time spectroscopy and a matchbox-size advanced microLIBS laser with a high repetition rate.
GDS500A is a CCD-Based Glow Discharge Atomic Emission Spectrometer. By using the glow discharge method, sample material is uniformly sputtered from the surface. The non-thermal nature of the sampling process makes this an excellent technique for difficult applications.
Horiba Scientific has introduced the ULTIMA 2 ICP-OES spectrometer whose innovative design helps boost productivity in laboratories.
The Optima 7x00 offers automatic dual viewing for the lowest detection limits and widest working ranges. Capable of analyzing large sample loads quickly, the 7x00 is the ideal solution for quality control laboratories that do not require sensitive alkaline metals testing.
ICPE-9800 Series of simultaneous ICP atomic emission spectrometers are advanced systems designed for rapid analysis of multiple elements with high accuracy, irrespective of their concentration levels.
The Thermo Scientific ARL SMS-2500 system is compact and easy to install and implements the latest automation technologies in order to exceed the expectations of modern steelworks laboratories.
The PMI-MASTER PRO is a robust mobile spectrometer for precise analysis and material identification of different metals. The measurement is performed by an "easy to handle" pistol. The material grade and chemical composition appears in a few seconds on the integrated touch screen. Depending upon the application, there are different operation modes for sorting, Grade ID or complete analysis of metals.
The SPECTROBLUE is an advanced inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) that brings a new level of standard among small, mid-range spectrometers for affordability, ease of operation and low maintenance.
The Spectroil M/C-W is a compact, rugged, transportable and easy to use optical spectrometer designed specifically for wear particle analysis, contaminants and additives in lubricants, hydraulic fluids and coolants.
PMI-MASTER smart from Oxford Instruments is a portable optical emission spectrometer designed mainly for metal analysis. The compact PMI-MASTER smart can be used anywhere including hard-to-reach places.
The Thermo Scientific ARL 4460 integrates a number of sophisticated technologies with the world’s most famous spectrometer optics.
Thermo Scientific ARL 3460 was launched in 1982 and it is, since then, the most widely used optical emission spectrometer in the world.
The SPECTRO ARCOS completely differs from traditional ICP-OES. The left part of the instrument accommodates the advanced optical system that provides excellent precision, resolution and stability.
The FOUNDRY-MASTER range of stationary optical emission spectrometers from Oxford Instruments is designed for process control and chemical analysis of metals. The stationary spectrometers provide a high analytical flexibility and represent an ideal, cost-effective solution for industries dealing with all kinds of metal producing and processing.
Glow Discharge Spectrometry utilizes a low-pressure, non-thermal process in which material is uniformly sputtered from the sample surface by a stream of argon ions. The sputtered material is then atomized and excited in a low-pressure plasma discharge, away from the sample surface. The GDS850A focuses this technology to enhance your lab’s performance for both process control and research/development investigations. It delivers highly accurate bulk analysis as well as quantitative depth profiling for coatings analysis and surface treatments.
HORIBA Scientific has released a low-cost, compact instrument called TemPro Stand-alone Filter-based Lifetime System for lab applications.
The SPECTRO GENESIS is a sophisticated ICP-OES spectrometer that comes with a comprehensive set of factory techniques covering all standard industrial and environmental applications, such as sludge, soil, sewage, water, waste water, industrial waste water, dust, filter, additives in oil, and wear metals in oil.
Carbon Filter Analysis (CFA) is an analytical technique that enables Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (AES) to detect and analyze large wear and contaminant particles in fluids. CFA supplements standard spectroscopy by providing additional information that can be used to determine the mechanical condition of machinery.