Inductive Coupled Plasma Spectrometers (ICP-OES)
GBC Quantima Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometer
Item Code: 99-0552-00
ICP-OES software brings together nearly two decades of ICP development and the expressed needs of a world-wide user-base in a Windows-based package which provides complete instrument control (over 200 parameters), true multi-tasking capabilities, powerful graphics tools, exhaustive wavelength library, and a range of automated facilities to make the operation of your ICP straightforward.
Set up method files using the familiar interface of the Periodic Table, detailed lists of available wavelengths and potential interferents, and sensible groupings of parameters in an intuitive Notebook format.
Monitor instrument performance using any combination of user-specified or default parameters. Specify your own choice of look and feel by displaying them in any combination of bar graphs, analog meters or digital display.
Context-sensitive on-screen help is only a mouse-click away for all software functions. Reports can be generated internally in customisable formats, or exported to third party software for further manipulations, analysis or interface with your LIMS.
GBC SIM 6000 Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometer
The new SIM ICP 6000 is a
simultaneous high resolution ICP-OES with wavelength range 120 to 850 nm
allowing measurement of even Halogen elements (Cl, Br, I) down to ppb levels.
Dual View – Radial and / or Axial view
Solid State Detector
Rowland Circle Design with linear CCDs
Superior UV performance – upto 1000 times more sensitive compared to Echelle optics ICP-OES
40 MHz free running RF generator which can respond faster to changes in the plasma
Allows direct aspiration of organic and oil samples without the need for oxygen accessories
Ability to run high dissolved solid and slurries
Choice of many more wavelengths compared to Echelle optics ICP-OES
Lower stray light
Plasma Camera for sample viewing
Patented Plasma Integrity Protector (PIP) which significantly lowers occurrence of torch meltdowns