7 ways we assure the high quality of our OES spark spectrometers

You rely on the accuracy and precision of your quality control analysis tools, so we employ ultra-tough quality checks when manufacturing Hitachi OES spectrometers.

See for yourself the seven most important steps we undertake to meet the highest quality standard: made in Germany.

1. Precise detector assembly in cleanroom conditions to avoid any contamination by particles and dust, because a distorted light path means distorted analysis.

2. Thorough optics adjustment with peak identification to maximise the sensitivity of the spectrometer for reaching the lowest detection limits.

3. Accurate optics to spark stand alignment with laser to ensure that the plasma is focused on the optical defraction grating to reach highest luminous efficiency for max. analytical performance.

4. Flow verification to ensure optimised Argon distribution to guarantee optimised spark conditions at minimum argon consumption which minimises the cost of ownership.

5. Mechanical impact test for safety, according to DIN/EN 61010-1, for operator safety, for e.g. sharp edges, after housing damage.

6. 100% source parameter test for best analytical perfomance.

7. Validation of analytical results to meet our precision gurantees.

These seven measures are just part of our 170 point quality inspection, nothing is left to chance.

So if you need reliably high-performance metals analysis and a perfect quality control solution for the metal industry, Hitachi High-Tech is building the right instrument for you.

Want to know more about our spark spectrometers or to book a demo? Talk to our experts today.

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Date: 1 November 2018

Author: Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science

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