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ICP Emission Spectrometer

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Shimadzu´s new simultaneous ICPE-9000 can be used in application stages for a wide range of high-precision analytical assessments from high-level R&D to environmental management analysis to high-concentration component analysis. The ICPE-9000 utilizes a large-scale CCD detector, an Echelle spectrometer, as well as an extremely stable vacuum spectrometer, which enables stable performance over extended periods. The ICPE-9000´s innovative Mini Torch minimizes cost by reducing consumption of argon gas to half that of conventional torches.

The ICPE-9000 features easy-to-use, innovative ICPEsolution Software, which offers such features as a Method Development Assistant, a Diagnosis Assistant, and more.

High Throughput

Utilizing a large-scale 1-inch, 1 megapixel CCD detector, together with an Echelle spectrometer, provides high-speed measurement while retaining precise resolution.

  • Reduce your measurement times from 5 minutes or more to a few minutes
  • Simple data evaluation & recalculation as all element and all wavelength data are acquired during measurement

Low Running Costs

  • Mini Torch - The innovative mini torch reduces consumption of argon gas to half that of conventional torches without sacrificing sensitivity
  • Radio frequency power source tuning enables better sensitivity
  • Vacuum Spectrometer - The first of its kind in an ICP emission spectrometer equipped with semiconductor detectors, the vacuum spectrometer eliminates the need for high-purity purge gas

Stable Performance

The ICPE-9000 maintains stable performance - even during long-term analyses - with almost no reduction in sensitivity by utilizing these key components:

  • Temperature control at precisely +/- 0.1°C
  • Vacuum spectrometer allows for long-term stable measurements even as ambient conditions change
  • Minimal contamination by adopting a vertical-orientated torch

Model: ICPE-9000

Manufacturer: Shimadzu

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