Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Launches New Vulcan+ Laser Analyser Range

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Corporation (Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science), a Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation (TSE: 8036) wholly owned subsidiary engaged in the manufacture and sales of analysis and measuring instruments, has launched an advanced line of handheld laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analysers, known as Vulcan+. The range sees updates to the existing Smart and Expert models, whilst a new Optimum+ model is added to the product line. The whole range maintains Vulcan’s market leading analytical capability.

The new Vulcan Optimum+ model has been optimised for analysing aluminium alloys. It features a new high-performance spectrometer, enabling the measurement of lithium in aluminium alloys and it’s also capable of measuring boron-aluminium alloys. Boron and lithium are both elements that cannot be measured with any handheld X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) analyser. The Vulcan Optimum+ is an ideal tool for identifying modern aerospace alloys in manufacturing and scrapyards.

The calibrations for the updated Vulcan Smart+ and Expert+ models have been revised and extended based on feedback from our customers. We’ve also added new elements and optimised performance. Customers will continue to benefit from unparallel speed and ease of use they’ve come accustomed to with the Vulcan. Our Vulcan+ range of analysers will continue to enable users to identify metal alloys in just one second, delivering productivity gains in both manufacturing QA/QC and scrapyards.

The Vulcan+ range will continue to benefit from advanced reporting direct from the instrument as well as the ExTOPE Connect mobile phone app and cloud connectivity for data transfer and storage. With the cloud service, users will have real-time access to results anytime, anywhere.

Delivering best in class analytical capability, the Vulcan is known for its speed, ease of use and robustness. We continue to invest in developing our LIBS product range, working together with customers to manufacture market leading instruments.

Mikko Järvikivi, Head of Product Management, Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science

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