LeNeo - Fusion Instrument

Video   Jan 09, 2018

 

LeNeo fusion instrument is an automatic and single position electrical
instrument that prepares glass disks for XRF as well as solutions
(borate and peroxide) for AA and ICP analysis. It is used to process
various types of samples, even the ones with high volatile elements.
LeNeo fusion instrument is known to be user-friendly and to enhance the
security for the operator. It also helps obtain superior analytical results. LeNeo fusion instrument prepares glass disks for XRF as well as borate and peroxide solutions for AA and ICP analysis


 
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