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SPECTRO analyser highly sensitive to trace elements

Source:SPECTRO Analytical Instruments     Date:2020-10-16
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SPECTRO Analytical Instruments has introduced the newest version of its SPECTROGREEN inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) analyser: the SPECTROGREEN TI which will be presented at the analytica virtual (October 19-23).


The SPECTROGREEN TI is the latest in the company's SPECTROGREEN compact midrange ICP-OES analysers. As with other models in this range, it is ideal for routine elemental analyses in food as well as environmental and agronomy, consumer product safety, pharmaceutical, and chemical/petrochemical applications. Its twin interface automatically combines both axial and radial plasma views — looking both across the plasma and from end-to-end — optimising sensitivity, linearity, and dynamic range while avoiding matrix effects like EIE. Hence the machine offers the highest sensitivity for trace elements, as well as freedom from matrix interferences plus good accuracy for challenging environmental matrices.

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Other models include the SPECTROGREEN DSOI, with its unique radial dual side-on interface that provides twice the sensitivity of conventional radial views — equalling the sensitivity of newer vertical-torch dual-view systems while avoiding their complexity and headaches. The SPECTROGREEN SOP features a dedicated radial, single side-on interface for stability and precise performance where the added sensitivity of the DSOI is not needed.


SPECTROGREEN offers a competitive price/performance ratio and perhaps the lowest operating expenses in its class. All models save on consumables with innovative no-purge UV-PLUS and require no added cooling — eliminating the need for expensive, breakdown-prone external chillers.


Additional features include SPECTRO's ORCA optical technology that maximises light throughput, stability, and sensitivity. SPECTROGREEN’s transparency and light throughput provide a best-in-class performance for UV elements, and a DSOI model, delivering twice the sensitivity of a conventional radial view across the whole spectral range. With access to the entire wavelength range via a single analysis, there’s no need to choose a viewing mode or make multiple analyses — a critical advantage for high-productivity laboratories.


The analyser's GigE readout system significantly boosts spectra processing and transport speeds for faster analysis, shorter sample-to-sample times, and more samples per hour. The thermal stabilisation of the optical system is achieved without sub-sero cooling. The analyser’s optimised spectral range CMOS line array technology avoids blooming while providing a fast readout and a wide dynamic range. The latest LDMOS 1700 W generator helps analyse difficult sample matrices in lower dilutions to lower limits of detection while staying cool and trouble-free, ultimately delivering a fast warmup for higher productivity.


SPECTROGREEN provides an easy-to-use experience. All sample introduction components are readily visible and accessible with its clean, compact design. Its new SPECTRO ICP Analyser Pro operating software streamlines workflows. A modular plug-in architecture allows for individual customisation. Processing speeds are ultrafast, even with large amounts of data. The analysis process is fully transparent and traceable with version and user management, plus excellent audit trail functionalities.


AMECARE services help ensure uninterrupted performance and maximum ROI life with options such as machine-to-machine (M2M) support, including proactive alerts and an on-request PC connection with a remote SPECTRO service expert.


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