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ISKROLINE 300 atomic emission spectrometer is a laboratory grade analytical instrument for express analysis of metals and alloys with any bases. It was designed for solving the tasks when the user cannot afford compromising performance in favor of size, and the following spectrometer capabilities become top priority: measurement accuracy and repeatability, user friendliness and robustness.
Today ISKROLINE is the flagship of our spark spectrometers. It is an ultimate approach to product quality and functionality. Precision mechanical components and optical settings and repeated stress testing of all electronic components guarantee exceptional build quality of the product.
What is the purpose of this instrument? Primarily, it can perform the same functions as the less sophisticated ISKROLINE models. ISKROLINE 300 will quickly perform all these tasks. Yet, some other problems, that have a more complex nature, cannot be efficiently resolved with the aid of compact spectrometers (neither of the brands available in the market). Such problems include quantification of purity and super purity metals (copper, aluminum, lead, etc.) on the one hand, chemical analysis of complex and super complex alloys on the other hand.
The instrument detects spectral lines within 174-930 nm range, including the lines of P, S and C, gases (N2, H2, O2), alkaline (Li, Na, K, Rb) and alkaline earth (Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba) elements.
The operating spectral range is quite extensive. At the same time, due to the unique spectrograph setup procedure, its resolution comes close to the theoretically possible limit (due to optical unit dimensions). The natural width of many analytical lines increases the resolution capabilities of the hardware, which allows assessing their actual spectral width. This and some other features of the instrument allow its lab application for R&D purposes.
ISKROLINE 300 is a best-in-class laboratory emission spectrometer in terms of price/analytical capability ratio enhanced by its quality and reliability. The instrument consists of a spectral excitation system based on a SPARKS LCR discharge generator, a 2S36501633 vacuum spectrograph, a 30 linear CCD detection unit, control, gas supply and vacuum systems, housing and operator chair.
|Concentration measurement range, %||0.0001 to two-digit values*|
|Random relative error (depending on element, mass fraction and SRM quality), %||below 0.5 – 40|
|Spectral excitation system||Discharge type||low voltage monopolar arc in argon medium.|
|Voltage, V||200 - 500|
|Frequency, Hz||100; 200; 300; 400|
|Capacitance, µF||2.2; 4.4;|
|Induction, µH||40, 270, 750, 2400 (by request)|
|Resistance, Om||0.3; 0.99; 3.3|
|Operating spectrum range, nm||174 – 930|
|Average spectrum resolution, nm||range, nm|
|174 – 410||0.007 - 0.01|
|410 – 930||0.03 - 0.05|
|Average inverse linear variance, nm/mm||range, nm|
|174 – 410||0.56|
|410 – 930||1.8|
|Photo sensors (TCD1304DG, linear CCD detectors by TOSHIBA), units||30|
|Frame length, s||0.004 – 60|
|Frame count||1 – 500|
|Frame transmission mode||all frames||available|
|Power supply||(220+22-33) V, (50±2) Hz|
|Max. power consumption, W||no spark||500|
Detection limit is one of the metrological properties that are mandatorily certified during initial calibration of each Iskroline spectrometer.
|Detection limits, % *|
* The detection limits were calculated in a standard analytical environment on «3σ» basis for Fe, Cu, Al bases using our current procedures.
Minimum floor space required: 4 sq.m.