The elemental composition of a material determines its properties. Elemental analysis is therefore essential for the characterization and quality control of materials that need to meet certain requirements.
Elementar's user-friendly inductar series using the high-temperature combustion method to determine elemental concentrations of carbon, sulfur, oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen is the ideal solution for R&D, routine, and high-throughput laboratories.
Elementar developed a CS analyzer which combines highly accurate data with easy to use, clean, and automated processes. Experience the new level of carbon and sulfur determination in metals and inorganic materials. The new inductar CS cube is full of innovative and advanced ideas to make CS analysis easy to use and more reliable.
The inductar ONH cube is an innovative elemental analyzer, which is able to analyze oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen concentrations in inorganic materials simultaneously. This high-precision ONH analyzer for metallic or ceramic materials uses only state-of-the-art technologies. It is equipped with a long-life solid-state high-frequency induction furnace, which makes it possible to reach sample temperatures of up to 3000 °C. Thanks to an optional camera the gas release can be observed in real-time by the operator. Also for the element detection advanced technologies are used. Oxygen is analyzed by a wide-range IR detector, which is capable to detect the whole concentration range. For the precise hydrogen analysis a unique electrochemical detection technology finds usage for the first time. The nitrogen analysis by a well-known thermal conductivity detector completes the precise and simultaneous 3-element analysis of oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen in one cycle.
For the first time in history of inorganic elemental analysis it is possible to analyze 5 elements in 1 analyzer. The newly developed and worldwide unique inductar EL cube sets new standards in flexibility and precision with its innovative solutions and state-of-the-art technology. It is equipped with a long-life solid-state high-frequency induction furnace, which makes it possible to reach a sample temperature of up to 3000 °C. Thanks to an optional camera the gas release can be observed in real-time by the operator. Also for the element detection new technologies are used. Carbon, sulfur and oxygen are analyzed with a wide-range IR detector, which are capable to detect the whole concentration range. For the precise determination of hydrogen an innovative detection technology finds usage for the first time. The concentration of the fifth element nitrogen is detected via TCD.