Laser Induced Breakdown Spectrometry (LIBS) is considered a non-destructive technique – less than 1 billionth of a gramme of material is consumed during a typical test.
Laser pulses generate a high temperature micro-plasma on the surface of the metal. Microscopic particles are exploded from the surface into the plasma where they are atomised and energised. After this excitation, light that is characteristic of the elemental composition of the metal is emitted and analyzed within the spectrometer.
The first handheld LIBS (laser induced breakdown spectroscopy) analyzer, Vulcan, is optimised for the rapid sorting of metal alloys.
1.Identify a wide variety of metal alloys at the press of the trigger
2.Gabriel India LtdMeasure elements, light and heavy in only 1 second
3.Test large or small samples such as shavings, turnings, granules, cables etc.
4. No x-rays and free from the regulatory constraints usually associated with x-ray analysers
5.Simple point-and-shoot operation
Vulcan scrap metal analyser has been designed to allow you to quickly, simply and reliably identify scrap or recycled metal and determine its value, minimising your time and maximising your profits.
Operation is incredibly simple, the only button on the Vulcan is the trigger which is also used to power-up the instrument.