Ultima Expert LT

Overview

High performance affordable ICP-OES spectrometer

  • The Ultima Expert LT offers high performance at an affordable price. It can handle challenging applications due to its design.
  • Its high quality optical design which integrates a high density holographic grating and one meter focal length associated with the unique Total Plasma View feature offers high resolution along with high sensitivity.
  • Radial viewing and Total Plasma View providing lowest detection limits in ICP-OES spectrometry
  • Unique sheath gas feature for unrivaled stability on samples with High Total Dissolved Solids content, up to 30% dissolved solids
  • Continuous wavelength coverage from 120 to 800 nm with Far UV option for improved sensitivity for halogens analysis or alternative wavelengths
  • Unmatched spectral resolution minimizing interferences with <5 pm for wavelengths in the range 120-320 nm

S3-base viewer

  • S3-base viewer displays the entire proprietary S3-base, developed with real ICP spectra acquisitions and containing more than 50,000 wavelengths identified with full spectroscopic data, to help with identification of emission lines in unknown samples.

    • Full S3-base database available
    • Display of analyte wavelength and its relative intensity and detection limit
    • Display of the list of potential emission lines, including plasma inherent lines, in the vicinity of a selected wavelength with their relative intensities and detection limits
    • Graphic display of analyte emission line and potential emission lines for facilitated identification


Manufactured by HORIBA

Specifications

Generator

Solid state, 40.68 MHz, water-cooled

Torch

Fully demountable torch, 3 mm internal diameter alumina injector, glass inner and outer tubes

Sample introduction

Concentric glass nebulizer and glass cyclonic spray chamber, 3 channels peristaltic pump, sheath gas device

Optical system

Thermally stabilized, 1 meter focal length, 2400 g/mm grating used in 1st and 2nd order with optical resolution <5 pm for 120-320 nm and <11 pm for 320-800 nm

Detection

Dual PMT detection