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The Optima 5300DV ICP/OES will be used for bulk material analysis to detect the presence of elements at 0.1% to over 50% levels. ICP/OES is an accurate, all-purpose method that can be used for most materials. It can detect more than 73 elements and provides fast sample throughput. One reason NSL chose the Optima 5300DV is the instrument’s easy-change bayonet torch assembly. This quick-change feature, combined with easy cleaning, reduces downtime and enables NSL to maintain fast sample turnaround time.
The Elan DRC II ICP mass spectrometer will be used for trace analysis and can verify material purity at the 99.99% level. The use of DRC technology improves sensitivity and reduces interference, resulting in improved detection limits for difficult elements. The instrument also improves productivity by reducing the number of runs required.
“NSL is dedicated to quick turnaround to meet tight deadlines,” said Larry Somrack, president. “The addition of these two instruments will enhance NSL’s ability to provide accurate, reliable testing in a timely manner.”
For more information, visit www.nslanalytical.com.