Optical Emission Spectrometer

December 23rd, 2014 by Acmas Leave a reply »

Acmas Technologies supreme quality optical emission spectrometers are widely used for quantitative and qualitative analysis of metals and non metals.

Our spectrometer is designed in accordance with different industrial standards and it stands high on the features of performance and efficiency. These are attuned to set industrial benchmarks so that manufacturing is done according to the clients. Further, our range is available in various dimensions and specifications to meet the exact requirement of our clients. Acmas believes in innovation and perfection. Hence, it provides one of the most exquisite ranges of spectrometers to its customers.


  • Various metal bases can be analyzed: ferrous metals of Fe, Co, Ni and Ti base, and non-ferrous metals of Cu, Al, Pb, Mg, Zn and Sn base
  • Adopting the exciting source with high reproducibility and stability. The exciting frequency can be changed in the range of 150-600Hz to match the material to be analyzed and get the best analytical results
  • Adopting highly integrated data collecting and controlling system with high automation
  • High-speed analysis with high antijamming ability, good reproducibility and stability
  • Reasonable design with more integrated construction
  • Windows based software with easy and simple operation
  • In-built data base allowing long-distance data transfer
  • Quality control diagram can be established automatically for easy quality control and monitoring
  • High vibration resistance ability. It’s not necessary to make vibration resistance base
  • Partial thermostat system for fewer requirements to the environment
  • Small footprint for minimal bench space utilization.
  • Low cost measurement system
  • Easy operation

Areas of Applications

  • Electronics
  • Machinery, automotive
  • Ceramics, metals, mining
  • Clinical research, forensics
  • petrochemicals

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Technical specifications

Spectral range: 175~450 nm 
Grating: 2400L/mm concave grating in radius of 0.75m; Blazed at 300nm (1st order); Ruled area: 30×50mm2; Reciprocal linear dispersion: 0.55nm/mm 
Width of entrance slit: 20 µm 
Width of exit slit: 50 µm, 75 µm 
Maximum number of channel:  36
Constant temperature: 30±0.1 °C 
Main Unit: 1500 (l) ×1100 (w) × 1200 (h) mm3 
Area required:  15-20 square meters
Weight: about  450 kg

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