Through years of effort, our team of highly specialized engineers and application chemists have produced an Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP-OES) instrument in which superior analytical performance does not have to be traded off for any reason including price. And while the Prodigy7 offers all of the advanced capabilities some laboratories require none of them have to be purchased up front if not needed.
Prodigy brings together the latest in solid-state detector technology and Leeman Labs? advanced high dispersion Echelle spectrometer to provide the most powerful ICP Spectrometer available today. Not only does Prodigy provide superb resolution, stability and detection limits for reliable results, it also provides a wide variety of optional features that are guaranteed to enhance the capabilities of your inorganic analysis lab.
In today's economy, we are challenged to do more with less. In the laboratory, this translates to processing more samples with fewer people, while spending less money on instrumentation, consumables and supplies. Often, when you compare analytical instruments, you find you must choose between performance and price; seldom will you find one that offers both. On the other hand, by focusing on your analytical needs, you may discover a product that meets your requirements at an attractive price; we've designed the Prism ICP Spectrometer to be just that instrument.
The Profile Plus ICP Spectrometer, with its unique on-peak integration, provides fast, accurate results at a remarkably affordable price. Profile Plus ICP Spectrometer is an analytical system so refined that it makes ICP analysis simple and very fast. A system that simplifies your application while solving your analytical problems, rather than becoming one. A system that is a laboratory workhorse, not a research project.
Combining Teledyne Leeman Labs long-term experience in wear metals analysis with the latest technology, the Prodigy Oil Analyzer is unmatched in versatility and ease-of-operation.
Fast, quantitative, elemental analyses of difficult samples are hallmarks of the DC Arc approach. Few other techniques can challenge the ease-of-use or productivity of DC Arc when it comes to samples that are difficult or impossible to digest.
The Hydra IIAF is a fully automated cold vapor atomic fluorescence Hg analyzer designed for compliance with US EPA and EN Methods. It delivers a detection limit of 0.1 ppt, a dynamic range that extends to 250 ppb and productivity tools that are unmatched by any other CVAF. Tools like advanced high concentration protection and an autosampler that holds up to 270 samples. If you require even lower limits of detection, please take a look at the Hydra IIAF Gold which includes a gold amalgamation system for preconcentration of Hg.
Hydra IIAF Gold is a fully automated cold vapor atomic fluorescence Hg analyzer designed to meet the requirements of all current low-level Hg analysis methods including: EPA methods 1631 and 245.7 as well as EN methods 13506 and 12338. This system delivers a detection limit well below 0.05 ppt when gold amalgamation is used and 0.1 ppt without it. It also provides a dynamic range that extends to 250 ppb and productivity tools that are unmatched by other CVAF instruments. Tools like advanced high concentration protection and an autosampler that holds up to 270 samples.
Hydra IIAA Mercury Analyzer delivers both the performance needed to meet tightening regulatory demands and the productivity needed for laboratories to operate efficiently. Its part-per-trillion detection limits, exceptional stability and unique over-range protection easily satisfy the most stringent QCs. Its high capacity autosampler with extra large CCV/CCB containers permits long periods of unattended operation
The Hydra IIC is a fully automated turnkey analyzer that measures mercury in solid and semi-solid sample matrices directly without any acid digestion (sample preparation). The system employs the technique of sample combustion (thermal decomposition), mercury concentration via gold amalgamation and detection by cold vapor atomic absorption