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How the new ARL iSpark Plus metal analyzer can streamline your lab workflow by taking speed and stability to the next level

Join Thermo Fisher Scientific and learn how the new Thermo Scientific ARL iSpark Plus high-resolution spark optical emission spectrometer can benefit your routine analysis workflow.

The ARL iSpark Plus has been improved by modifying its spark stand, temperature stabilization and the speed of analysis. This not only increases the stability and, thus the availability of the instrument significantly but also reduces the OES well-known memory effect down to zero for main matrices. 

As a result, maintenance intervals have been increased as well. On top of this, it features the unparalleled ultrafast determination of nonmetallic inclusions and supports you in determining the measurement uncertainty.

Key learning objectives:

  • Why the ARL iSpark Plus is perfectly suited for routine analysis
  • How the ARL iSpark Plus is increasing stability and speed to the next level 
  • Why it shows virtually no memory effects for main matrices
  • How you benefit from simultaneous elemental and inclusion analysis
  • Have the chance to ask questions to our experts after the presentation

Watch a short preview below: 

Benefits of Spark-DAT

About the event speakers:

Wilhelm Sanders studied Physical engineering at the Rheinische Akademie in Cologne where he gained his first experience with optical emission spectrometers, which also ignited his passion for this technology. Since then, for more than 30 years, Wilhelm has worked in this field for various companies and roles. First in applications, then in automation, and later in service and sales and finally as Product Manager.

Since 2021, Wilhelm is working in this role for Thermo Fisher Scientific, as the task of developing high-resolution "high-end" spark spectrometers really appealed to him. What he likes about this role is that it enables close contact with our customers and interaction with research and development.

Jean-Marc Böhlen holds a master's degree in chemistry and a PhD in NMR spectroscopy from the University of Lausanne. He joined the optical emission marketing team at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Ecublens, Switzerland, 23 years ago.

After many years as Application Manager and Product Manager for OES spectrometers, he is currently Product Applications Manager, responsible among other things for applications of the inclusion analysis and collaborations with partners in the metallurgical industry.

Who is the event for?

This webinar is ideally suited for Lab managers, lab technician/operators, metallurgists, analytical chemists, and material research scientists.  

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