The industry's gold standard in 213 nm solid state laser ablation
The NWR213 is an affordable, yet no compromise instrument suitable for a wide range of applications. A perfect complement to any ICP, ICP-MS, noble gas or stable isotope mass spectrometer.
Solid State Laser Ablation for superior performance and benchmark analytical results.
- Manufacturing (metals/glass/plastics)
- Elemental ratios
- Isotope ratios
- Purity testing
- Material characterization
- Bulk Analysis
- Failure Analysis
- (Bio-) Imaging/Mapping
- Depth Profiling
- Rocks, minerals, glasses, plastics, powders, biological, thin films, ceramics, metals and alloys
- Analysis of geological materials, including volcanic glasses, silicate minerals and calcite
- Direct analysis of pressed powders
- Bulk analysis on metals, alloys, polymers and ceramics
- Micro-feature analysis on fluid inclusions in quartz and halite
- Direct micro-analysis on mineral grains
- Elemental imaging
Superior performance and benchmark analytical results.
- Laser: Nd:YAG
- Wavelength: 213 nm
- Max Repetition Rate: 20 Hz
- Fluence: 25 J/cm2 at the sample surface
- Spot Sizes: 4–250 microns
FEATURES & OPTIONS
Designed for analytical science in mind.
- Unmatched HD main video and touch screen wide angle navigation
- ESI manufactured and maintained laser source – designed solely for LA applications
- Optional rotating XYR aperture for square and rectangular ablations
- Flexible Infinitely Variable Aperture (IVA) provides spot size selection in 1 micron increments
- Optional second MFC for N2 flow control
It’s time you put the Laser Ablation science from ESI to work for your analysis.
The development of this new technique provides our customers the ability to generate data across the periodic table at detection limits superior to traditional methods in a very cost effective manner.Jon Landau, Vice President of the Geoanalytical Division, Bureau Veritas Minerals
By leveraging 20 years of industry experience, ESI laser ablation products deliver the finest quality analytical results to help you make your next important scientific discovery.