Q4 TASMAN™ Series 2 — Metals Analysis with Advanced MultiVision™ Optical Emission Spectrometry (OES)

The Q4 TASMAN™ from Bruker is a state-of-the-art multi-chip benchtop OES spectrometer.

Outstanding Analytical Performance with Low Cost of Ownership

  • Versatile ×3: Optimal configuration for every need. The creative single- or dual-optic concept with three variants provides high performance to meet every analytical requirement in the most cost-effective manner.
  • 10 Bases: Fe, Al, Cu, Ni, Co, Ti, Pb, Sn, Zn, Mg  —  A comprehensive base selection offers fully prepared multi-base systems for trace metal analysis.
  • Intuitive Productivity: ELEMENTAL.SUITE — The pneumatically driven sample clamp allows for simple sample handling and accepts a broad range of samples. When combined with ELEMENTAL.SUITE, the next generation OES software, results in functionality that is also simple to use.

Outstanding Solution for Metal Analysis: Analytical Performance, Ease-Of-Use and Cost-Effective Operation at Optimal Level

Q4 TASMAN Series 2 — All-Over Improvements

Bruker's engineers took advantage of every opportunity to enhance the analytical performance of the current Q4 TASMAN Series 2. The Q4 TASMAN Series 2’s analytical range has been expanded for many elements, and new element sets facilitate the analysis of new alloy types.

Analytical Solution Packages (ASPs) for all ten common metal bases are available to address the entire metals market: Fe, Al, Cu, Ni, Co, Pb, Sn, Zn, Mg and Ti. Full element sets, calibrations, alloy groups, and standardization samples are all part of these ASPs.

ASPs provide analytical performance that is fine-tuned for the metals world and its continued development.

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Key Benefits

  • SmartSpark™ — The Digital Spark Source has been further optimized, resulting in improved analytical precision and a shorter time-to-result.
  • MultiVision™ — The innovative optics concept provides the most cost-effective solution for the applications.
  • ELEMENTAL.SUITE combines high functionality with ease of use to make results readily available.
  • Easy to use low maintenance spark stand with enhanced co-axial argon flow and pneumatic sample clamp.

Why Do Users Need Spark-OES?

Without any hassle, OES provides users with an ultrafast analysis of solid metal samples. All important elements are determined at the same time. 

Co-axial argon flow for reduced consumption and minimized maintenance

Co-axial argon flow for reduced consumption and minimized maintenance. Image Credit: Bruker AXS GmbH.

Robust, open spark-stand with pneumatic sample clamp.

Robust, open spark-stand with pneumatic sample clamp. Image Credit: Bruker AXS GmbH.

No-purge UV/VIS Optics of MultiVisionTM.

No-purge UV/VIS Optics of MultiVisionTM. Image Credit: Bruker AXS GmbH.

Superior, direct light coupling in the high efficiency VUV optics.

Superior, direct light coupling in the high efficiency VUV optics. Image Credit: Bruker AXS GmbH.

ELEMENTAL.SUITE.

ELEMENTAL.SUITE software. Image Credit: Bruker AXS GmbH.

Applications

Iron and Steel

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Steel processing necessitates accurate and precise results on incoming and outgoing materials across a wide range of alloys, including N at the trace level.

Aluminum

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Determining aluminum’s phosphorous and alkali content. 

Copper

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Copper is the primary component of many alloys. The Q4 TASMAN covers all of them, and can even measure oxygen in pure copper at trace level.

Titanium

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Titanium and its alloys are high-performance materials used in high-quality applications, such as aviation and space, defense, chemical and biomedical, with the strictest of quality requirements.

Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys

OES-Q4 TASMAN—Metal Analysis with Advanced CCD Based Optical Emission Spectrometer

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Lead, zinc, tin, cobalt, nickel and magnesium are common alloying elements, but they also have a variety of individual applications.

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