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00:12 Apr-08-2002

Morrie Stonehouse

NDT Inspector
ATC Quality Services Ltd,
Canada,
Joined Aug 2001
4
Portable Metal Analyzer

I am looking to purchase a new or used portable metal analyzer. Please, forward the make, model and an approximate cost.
Thank you.


 
09:08 Apr-10-2002
Guido Crapels
Re: Portable Metal Analyzer : I am looking to purchase a new or used portable metal analyzer. Please, forward the make, model and an approximate cost.
: Thank you.
.

Take a look at the following site:

http://www.thermo.com/eThermo/CDA/Products/Product_Detail/1,1075,14159-137-X-137-11949,00.html

This describes the Metallurgist Pro portable analyzer. We have used its predecessor, the model 9277, a lot. This new generation probably offers more software assistance. As I was told, the sensor sensitivity should be improved, too. This may give rise to shorter acquisition intervals.
We also used the Spectroport apparatus, which is dedicated - but not confined - to analyzing carbon steel grades. It is a spark-emission spectrometer and deploys an argon shielded spark to analyze the carbon content (which is also the most tedious element to be pinned down !). Without the use of argon, other "popular" elements can still be analyzed, but not the carbon.
Take a look at the Spectro website:

http://www.spectro-ai.com/pages/e/fr_buildfr.htm?/pages/e/p1101.htm



 
09:42 Apr-10-2002
Christoph Schnitger
Re: Portable Metal Analyzer Hello...

i have 2 used metal analysator on stock ( GNR & Spectro ) if you have some intereest please come back
and submit your parameters ( channels & elements )

Greetings from Germany

C.Schnitger
TCP Prüftechnik


 
07:50 Apr-12-2002

Morrie Stonehouse

NDT Inspector
ATC Quality Services Ltd,
Canada,
Joined Aug 2001
4
Re: Portable Metal Analyzer : Hello...
.
Thanks for your reply. I am looking for a non-atomic analyzer that has the capability of analyzing carbon steels and stainless steels.


 
04:10 Jun-16-2002
Jim Soulek
Re: Portable Metal Analyzer My company, Worldwide Analytical Systems, manufactures moble spectrometers which are used throughout the world. If you are still in the market for an instrument, please look at my company's web sight.

www.was-america.com


: : I am looking to purchase a new or used portable metal analyzer. Please, forward the make, model and an approximate cost.
: : Thank you.
: .
.
: Take a look at the following site:
.
: http://www.thermo.com/eThermo/CDA/Products/Product_Detail/1,1075,14159-137-X-137-11949,00.html
.
: This describes the Metallurgist Pro portable analyzer. We have used its predecessor, the model 9277, a lot. This new generation probably offers more software assistance. As I was told, the sensor sensitivity should be improved, too. This may give rise to shorter acquisition intervals.
: We also used the Spectroport apparatus, which is dedicated - but not confined - to analyzing carbon steel grades. It is a spark-emission spectrometer and deploys an argon shielded spark toanalyze the carbon content (which is also the most tedious element to be pinned down !). Without the use of argon, other "popular" elements can still be analyzed, but not the carbon.
: Take a look at the Spectro website:
.
: http://www.spectro-ai.com/pages/e/fr_buildfr.htm?/pages/e/p1101.htm
.



 


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