Handheld LIBS analyser - Vulcan 3D Tour

LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy)

LIBS is a fast, handheld format, ideal for the identification of different types of alloys. With a LIBS analyser, there are no X-rays as it uses a focused laser pulse to hit the sample surface, removing a very small amount of material for analysis. This means the LIBS burn mark is so small that it can often be used even for finished goods.

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Vulcan is one of the fastest metals analysers that is built to last. Just squeeze the trigger and one second later the result appears. As it uses Laser Induced Breakdown (LIBS) technology, you won’t need to worry about X-rays.

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Date: 18 January 2019

Author: Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science

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