emission spectrometers Equipment

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Prism ICP

by Teledyne Leeman Labs     based in Hudson, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

In today’s economy, we are challenged to do more with less. In the laboratory, this translates to processing more samples with fewer people, while spending less money on instrumentation, consumables and supplies. Often, when you compare analytical instruments, you find you must choose between performance and price; seldom will you find one ...

Model EP-IR - Encoded Photometric Infrared Spectrometer

by CIC Photonics, Inc.     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

Most crucial chemical analysis and monitoring challenges occur outside of theanalytical laboratory. Whether testing for trace toxins in a pharmaceuticalmanufacturing plant, measuring emissions in environmental applications ormonitoring agricultural and food manufacturing processes , Aspectrics offers themost innovative technologies designed for ...

Model WLD-1C1/3C1 - Optical Emission Spectrometer

by Beijing Beifen-Ruili Analytical Instrument (Group) Co. Ltd.     based in Chaoyang, CHINA

WLD-C, the latest model of optical emission spectrometer, is manufacturedby Beijing Rayleigh Analytical Instrument Corporation, based on more than 30 years manufacturedexperience, customer’s the practices and advancing technology.

AES - Model 1000 - Optical Emission Spectrometer

by Sedico Ltd.     based in Nicosia, CYPRUS

In an Optical Emission spectrometer, all atoms in a sample are excited simultaneously so they can be detected simultaneously using a polychromator with multiple detectors.

Welas - Model digital 1000 - Light-Scattering Spectrometer System

by Palas GmbH     based in Karlsruhe, GERMANY

The welas digital 1000 is a flexible, powerful and economical light-scattering spectrometer system, which determines particle concentration and size precisely and reliably. With the welas digital 1000, particle sizes above 120 nm can be reliably measured, as the special high power xenon high pressure lamp with very high light intensity and the ...

MSP - Model M1000XP - Wide Range Particle Spectrometer (WPS)

by MSP Corporation     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Combines laser light scattering, differential mobility analysis, and condensation particle counting to automatically count and size aerosol particles from 10nm to 10,000nm (0.01µm to 10µm) in up to 120 particle-size channels. The Wide-range Particle Spectrometer, or WPS, represents a new approach to aerosol measurement by combining ...

Prodigy ICP

by Teledyne Leeman Labs     based in Hudson, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

Prodigy brings together the latest in solid-state detector technology and Leeman Labs advanced high dispersion Echelle spectrometer to provide the most power ICP available today. Not only does Prodigy provide superb resolution, stability and detection limits for reliable concentration measurements, it also provides a wide variety of optional ...

Promo - Model 3000 - Light-Scattering Aerosol Spectrometer System

by Palas GmbH     based in Karlsruhe, GERMANY

Scattered-light aerosol spectrometer system for process measurement technology and monitoring applications with two sensors. The Promo is a light-scattering aerosol spectrometer system for particle size analysis and concentration determination that can be equipped with all welas sensors. On Promo 3000, the welas sensors equipped with different ...

Promo - Model 2000 - Light-Scattering Aerosol Spectrometer System

by Palas GmbH     based in Karlsruhe, GERMANY

Scattered-light aerosol spectrometer system for process measurement technology and monitoring applications. Promo 2000 is a light-scattering aerosol spectrometer system for particle size analysis and concentration determination that can be equipped with all welas sensors. On Promo 2000, the welas sensors equipped with different measurement ...

PlasCalc Plasma Monitoring & Control

by Ocean Optics - a Halma Company     based in Dunedin, FLORIDA (USA)

The PlasCalc Plasma Monitoring System measures plasma emission from 200-1100 nm in only 3 milliseconds. The PlasCalc benefits from advanced process control systems and sophisticated algorithms for data acquisition.

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