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SPECTRO to Exhibit New SPECTROBLUE TI at Lab Innovations 2013

Published: Friday, August 16, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, August 15, 2013
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New system extends Company’s SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES product line.

SPECTRO Analytical UK will showcase the new SPECTROBLUE TI inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) at Lab Innovations 2013 (6 - 7 November 2013, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK).

This innovative system extends the company’s SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES product line, offering automatic dual plasma observation.

This optimizes linearity and dynamic range, while enabling high-sensitivity measurement of toxic elements, which makes it especially suitable for environmental analyses.

While matrix effects are drastically reduced, it can accurately determine levels of alkali/earth alkali elements in complex alkali matrices.

Also new this year, the portable SPECTROSCOUT energy-dispersive XRF analyzer will be on the stand demonstrating its ability to achieve rapid, laboratory-class elemental analysis of environmental and geological samples even in remote locations.

In addition, SPECTRO will be showcasing the SPECTRO XEPOS, a versatile X-ray fluorescence spectrometer with high sensitivity for light, medium and heavy elements.

“We are delighted to be part of Lab Innovations in 2013,” said Steve Allott, Manager of SPECTRO UK & Ireland. “SPECTRO aims to provide industry-orientated solutions through quality products that both improve safety and offer superior analytical elemental analysis. By demonstrating our equipment to both existing and potential customers, we hope to be able to make a real difference to companies’ day to day applications and testing.”

Visitors to Lab Innovations can find SPECTRO UK on stand number A23.


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