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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Hand-Held Analyzer

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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Handheld AnalyzerThe Rigaku KT-100S laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy hand-held analyzer from Rigaku Analytical Devices is designed for metal alloy analysis in harsh environments.

The analyzer provides discriminating material identification and validation in different facets of the manufacturing and recycling of aluminium-based products. It also features on-the-spot identification of the most difficult alloys, including aluminum grades, with lower detection limits and the ability to analyze more alloys. For the aluminum industry, its key strength is the ability to identify light alloying elements such as lithium, magnesium, and silicon, which are critical to the positive identification and separation of the most popular aluminum grades.

In addition, the KT-100S analyzer offers unique auto surface preparation with its Drill-Down feature and smaller footprint.

Spring 2019

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