Elanik

Laser analyzer of metals and alloys


Advantages

  • Analysis of alloying elements, including C (Сarbon) without argon.
  • Built-in camera - convenient for analysis of the specific location on the sample.
  • Ability to measure small samples: analysis area less than 0.3 mm.
  • Automatic alloy recognition without user interaction.
  • Аutomatic determination of alloy grade by results of analysis.
  • High accuracy of results is achieved due to averaging over several points.
  • Automatic saving of measurement data in the built-in memory of the device for up to 100,000 measurements.
  • High reliability - does not contain items that require replacement or maintenance.
  • Works from batteries in continuous mode for at least 2.5 hours from one set.

Application

  • Determination of carbon concentration in steels. (up to 0-0,01% in low-allowed) in Titanium alloys, etc..
  • Entrance control of alloys based on Fe, Al, Cu, Ti, Ni, Sn, Pb, confirmations of metal grades.
  • Express analysis of the chemical 
  • Composition of allows in any location, without reference to the laboratory (pipelines, building structures, workshops)
  • Sorting of metals and alloys in the processing of scrap (including aluminum).

 

Specification

Limits of detection
From 1 ppm (depending on the element and the base)
Accuracy
1-15%
The measurement duration
Is 1-15 second, depending on the desired accuracy
Display
5  «touchscreen», the ability to work in gloves
Data storage
Flash memory (up to 64 GB)
Data transfer
USB
Duration of autonomous work
Up to 4 hours
Operation temperature range
Replaceable standard lithium-ion batteries
Operation temperature range
-20°C - +40°C
Dimensions
298x106x316 mm
Weight with batteries
2.25 kg
Source of radiation
The laser (class 3b)
Protection class against dust and moisture
IP54
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