SPECTROBLUE is an instrument built by SPECTRO, leveraging its extensive service and experience in inductively coupled plasma optical emission (ICP-OES, ICP-AES also ICP plasma) spectroscopy.
This compact, midrange ICP-OES solution creates a whole new standard in performance and price for regular laboratory testing. It is designed for daily use in industrial or environmental applications.
There are three sturdy, ultra-reliable models of the SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES. The SPECTROBLUE EOP offers axial feature, the SPECTROBLUE SOP offers radial feature, and the SPECTROBLUE TI with twin interface offers both axial and radial viewing of the plasma.
The SPECTROBLUE plasma generator is loaded with ample power reserves to handle even excessive plasma loads. Its free-running 27MHz design allows the frequency of bandwidth to be wider.
The SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES system is also provided with SPECTRO’s proprietary Smart Analyzer Vision software for utilizing all the benefits of the instrument’s simplified operation and innovative analytical capabilities to the maximum.
The main features of the SPECTROBLUE are listed below:
- State-of-the-art confocal optical unit delivers superior optical resolution and sensitivity
- Innovative UV-PLUS gas purification technology
- Advanced OPI-AIR interface
- Simple, robust construction
- Avoids the need for expensive, difficult external water cooling
- Plasma generator provides maximum efficiency
- 4.5kV solid-state power supply
The areas of application of SPECTROBLUE include:
- Soil and sludge by ICP-OES with axial plasma observation
- Drinking water by SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES with axial plasma observation
- Waste water by ICP-OES with axial plasma observation
- Soil and sludge by ICP-OES with radial plasma observation (SPECTROBLUE)
- Aqueous solutions by ICP-OES with radial plasma observation
- Aqueous solutions and waters by ICP-OES with twin interface plasma observation
- Environmental samples following the CLP ILM 05.3 Protocol by ICP-OES with axial plasma observation
- Waste water by ICP-OES with twin interface plasma observation