If you’re trying to prevent grade mix-ups of incoming and outgoing materials, conduct material verification and quality control, or maximise profits in a scrapyard then we’ve got the solution for you. With the mobile spark spectrometer PMI-MASTER Pro2, you’ll have confidence that you’re getting the analytical performance you need to make the right decisions. And it now comes with 2-year extended warranty as standard*.
Reliable C analysis
Accurate carbon analysis from L grade stainless steels to low alloy and carbon steels.
Ready to go
Short warm-up time means you’re up and running in no time.
Low argon consumption
Concentric electrode shielding argon flow technology reduces air gaps and optimizes gas flow.
Rubber seal for concave and convex surfaces allows analysis of almost any sample.
Multi-CCD optics in Paschen-Runge mounting and optimised pixel resolution
Lead gel battery: SPARK measurements up to 120/759 and ARC measurements to up 80/500 (using standard parameters)
Computer system: Internal computer unit and touch screen user interface
2-year extended warranty as standard*.
L grade segregation in stainless steel
N*, C, P*, S*, Sn*, As*, B* analysis in steel
Al alloys ~ Al-Si ~ Al-Si-Cu
Cu-Sn ~ Cu-Zn
Cu, Ni, Zn, Co, Mg, Pb, Sn and Ti alloys
*With UVTouch probe
Analyze UV elements and low carbon content. Touch display for instrument control and convenient analysis.
Sort metals in seconds with arc in air atmosphere – no argon needed.
Reliable spark analysis of standard elements including carbon. Various sample adapters available.
The best of both worlds, your probe will include both arc and spark modes.
Our mobile spark OES analyzers come with the world’s largest metal database already installed. With more than 10 million records for over 360,000 materials from 69 countries, you’ll have easy access to the information you need with no time-consuming research in norms and grade catalogues.
Watch Ad van de Akker, Warehouse Manager at Paul Meijering, talk about how the PMI-MASTER Pro2 is used to provide more detailed elemental analysis: