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Bruker Handheld LIBS - EOS 500

Handheld Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Technology

In HH-LIBS, a laser pulse strikes the surface of the sample and ablates an amount of material in the range of 1 ng and generates a plasma plume (partially ionized gas) in the temperature range of 5,000-20,000K. The energy of the laser is low, but is focused to a microscopic point on the sample to generate the plasma. In this plasma, the matter constituting the samples is dissociated into atoms (atomization) and partially ionized. Those atoms and ions will be excited (transition of electrons from lower to higher energy levels of valence shell) and by returning into their ground state (transition from higher to lower level of valence shell) they will emit characteristic lines for each element. The emitted light is transmitted through optical fibers and the polychromatic radiation is dispersed in one or more spectrometers by diffraction gratings and detected by CCD chips. 

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- Fast Grade ID & Chemistry

- Accurate & Repeatable

- Rugged & Reliable

- Flexible Battery Design

    * 1 battery operation for reduced weight

    * 2 battery operation for 12hr run-time

    * Hot-swap capability


Beneficial for Light Elements Analysis

- Light elements:  Mg, Al, Si

- Very light elements: Li, Be, B, C, S, P

Current Calibration : Mg Alloys, Ti Alloys, Al Alloys


Icon Based Software

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 Scan Screen Data Format

 Can be viewing in Results only or Details or even Detail View of two grade.

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 Onsite PMI & SCRAP Applications