LIBS

ECCO LIBS from Foster and Freeman

ECCO™ is a novel analyzer designed for elemental analysis of paper, glass, metals, paint, minerals and gunshot residues by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). LIBS is a relatively novel spectroscopic method which compared with XRF and other traditional spectroscopic methods, offers significant advantages in speed, sensitivity and cost effectiveness. The scitation is applied with a high intensity pulsed laser focussed on the sample to create a tiny plasma of vaporized matter which emits an atomic spectrum of the constituent elements of the sample – providing a material ‘fingerprint’. A built in database of emission lines provides automatic elemental identification. Analysis…

Metal Analyser LIBS Katana RIGAKU

                Laser-precise, Rigaku-strong, cutting-edge analysis Designed for on-the-spot identification of the most difficult alloy grades, Katana™ represents the latest in handheld metal analysis. Katana employs laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to enable durable and accurate alloy identification for use in: • scrap metal sorting • quality assurance in metal fabrication • positive material identification (PMI) in petrochemical operations.    Advanced handheld LIBS performance             Utilising a 1064 nm Class 3B laser excitation, Katana offers superior light element identification in metal and alloy applications to ensure profitability and product…