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SPECTROGREEN

  • New revolutionary Dual Side-On Interface (DSOI) technology that achieves twice the sensitivity of conventional radial-plasma-view instruments
  • New GigE readout system that enables spectra transport in less than 100 ms for faster analysis speeds, shorter sample-to-sample times, and more samples per hour
  • Extremely agile, LDMOS generator that makes external cooling unnecessary: analyze difficult sample matrices in lower dilutions to lower limits of detection — faster warmup (~10 minutes) for higher productivity

Revolutionary Dual Side-On Interface (DSOI) technology

SPECTROGREEN analysis delivers significant advantages in determining trace elements and handling samples with challenging matrices, including certain wastewaters, soils, and sludges, industrial chemicals, high salt samples, and metals. The SPECTROGREEN spectrometer is ideal for routine analyses in environmental and agronomy applications, as well as consumer product safety; pharmaceuticals; petrochemicals; chemicals; and foods.

DSOI Technology
SPECTRO's new DSOI technology, a brand-new approach to the critical issue of plasma view design, uses a vertical plasma torch, observed via a new direct radial-view technology. Two optical interfaces capture emitted light from both sides of the plasma, using only a single extra reflection, for added sensitivity and elimination of issues plaguing newer vertical-torch dual-view models. As a result, DSOI provides twice the sensitivity of conventional radial systems - yet avoids the complexity, drawbacks, and cost of vertical dual view models.

ICP ANALYZER PRO software
The SPECTROGREEN ICP-OES system comes equipped with SPECTRO's proprietary ICP ANALYZER PRO software, making it easy to take full advantage of the instrument's simplified operation and unique analytical capabilities.

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