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Precise metal testing. Anywhere. Anytime.

Dec 01 2020 Read 564 Times

ferro.lyte is a mobile metal analyser optimised for use in metal production, metal processing and metal recycling. ferro.lyte uses the principle of optical emission spectrometry (OES) with spark excitation. In contrast to conventional handheld instruments, ferro.lyte enables the precise analysis of elements with low atomic numbers such as C, P, S, B, Li, Be, Ca, Si, Mg, Al and the determination of nitrogen in duplex within a few seconds.

Intelligent OES design for highest flexibility

ferro.lyte convinces with its revolutionary design, which is designed for maximum user friendliness. The integrated argon bottle holder and a holder for the hand probe make the analyser easy to transport and safe to operate - even without a trolley. Thanks to the low weight of < 16 kg and the compact design, ferro.lyte offers optimal conditions for ad-hoc analysis or positive material identification (PMI) at locations that are difficult to access.

As precise as a laboratory instrument

ferro.lyte is compact, lightweight and thanks to its design flexible and fast to use like a handheld. In terms of analytical performance, ferro.lyte is as precise as a laboratory instrument. Essential for correct measurement results and quality management.

Revolutionary operation

The intuitive user interface allows quick navigation through device settings and workflows. For example, the user can define which software functions are displayed in the main window. The user can choose between the classic analysis display or the alloy ID with target and actual values. Thanks to optical bonding technology, the clear and bright touch screen is easy to read even in the most difficult lighting conditions.

Easy reporting at the push of a button

Analysis results can be exported in a variety of ways: via USB or LAN connection from the analyser, as well as via WLAN or Bluetooth connection. The powerful felinOS® cloud technology optimizes the provision and further processing of measurement results and thus facilitates cooperation with colleagues and business partners. This provides unsurpassed data processing (reporting) and traceability for on-site work at all times.

Unmatched OES nitrogen analysis in duplex

Elementar's innovative CONLYTE® technology significantly improves analytical performance for nitrogen in duplex. In addition, the long-term stability for the measurement of phosphorus, sulfur and boron is increased. In contrast to conventional systems, ferro.lyte uses an extended wavelength range for the determination of the nitrogen content that was previously only reached by laboratory instruments.

Cloud Service

The analysis results are automatically stored on the analyser and can be uploaded to the secure felinOS® cloud at the same time. This enables new dynamic working methods. Analysis data can be quickly and efficiently shared and further processed. The measured values are available "On Demand" - if required at any time, even without access to the instrument - for further processing or distribution. This increases security and data availability at any time and anywhere.

For more information please visit Elementar’s product page.

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