• New S Series AA Spectrometer Online Demonstration Capability Announced


New S Series AA Spectrometer Online Demonstration Capability Announced

Apr 09 2008

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc has announced the availability of a new online demonstration designed to allow current and prospective customers to discover the features, benefits and mode of operation of the Thermo Scientific S Series Atomic Absorption (AA) spectrometers. The online demonstration is accessible via the Thermo Website and serves
as a fast and convenient evaluation tool targeted at busy, high
throughput elemental analysis laboratories in a variety of application areas including environmental, food and beverage, petrochemical and metallurgy industries. The new web tool offers a complete overview of the instrument design, the Thermo Scientific SOLAAR software and the accompanying accessories in minutes. The virtual demonstration focuses on six key benefits of the Thermo Scientific S Series AA spectrometers – outstanding AA performance, ease-of-use, ease-of-learning, application tailored configuration, unbeatable regulatory compliance and small footprint.
The online tool uses real-time video footage to demonstrate the exceptional ease-of-operation of the instruments’ automatic lamp carousel and sample introduction system. In addition, it provides clear and concise step-by-step navigation of unique SOLAAR software wizards. The demonstration also offers a comprehensive list of the accessories available for use with the innovative, award-winning S Series AA spectrometers.
Thermo Scientific S Series AA spectrometers offer a novel blend of cost-effective features, including the smallest footprint in their class, low running costs, new Ebert design for superior detection limits, auto-optimisation with PC control and flame and furnace and vapour options. Featuring the Intelligent Spectrometer Qualification (iSQ)
dramatically reduces sample reruns, increasing confidence in the quality and validity of the analytical data produced. The iSQ also confirms that the instrument hardware is operating correctly before the analysis has begun and provides an early warning and identification of instrument failures feature.

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