JENA, GERMANY — March 31, 2020 — With the PlasmaQuant 9100 and the 9100 Elite, Analytik Jena presents the evolution of its ICP-OES portfolio. The new ICP-OES series offers more automation, greater adaptability, and shorter analysis times. The PlasmaQuant 9100 series is ideal for laboratories with difficult to analyze sample matrices and a steadily increasing number of samples. The target industries for the new solutions include the chemical industry, oil and gas industry, as well as the mining and metal processing industry.
"Our ICP-OES systems are very popular with users. Especially customers with samples that are very difficult to analyze are enthusiastic about the instruments. Why is this so? Only our instruments achieve the lowest detection limits in the high matrix range, which reliably improves the product quality and process efficiency of our customers," says Dr. Marc Diener, director product management, application and marketing, whose team is leading the market launch of the new ICP-OES series. "With the PlasmaQuant 9100 and 9100 Elite, we are bringing this highly robust analysis technology to more industries and fields of application. Thanks to a wide range of accessories, this ICP-OES series can be adapted to virtually any application in suitable industries."
The PlasmaQuant 9100 and the 9100 Elite can be used in the oil and gas industry to analyze the composition of naphtha, diesel, gasoline, and other fuels or to monitor heavy metals in oils. In the chemical industry the PlasmaQuant 9100 can be utilized for routine tasks such as purity checks of salts, acids, polymers, or solvents. The systems are also suited for material analyses of ceramics, semiconductors, and complex chemical compounds.
PlasmaQuant 9100 and 9100 Elite are ICP-OES systems that can be tailored to a wide range of applications thanks to a comprehensive range of accessories. For example, Analytik Jena offers fully automated autosamplers for a large variety of sample types and applications, including solutions for oil sampling, water analysis, or for highly volatile samples. New switching valves optimize analysis times by reducing sample uptake and wash out times. Laboratories thus save large quantities of consumables and also reduce instrument downtime. The PlasmaQuant 9100 series uses Analytik Jena's patented plasma technology, which allows interference-free analyses and the lowest detection limits—especially the analysis of high matrix samples is easier and more sensitive than with comparable ICP-OES systems.
Further information on the PlasmaQuant 9100 from Analytik Jena can be found at www.analytik-jena.com/products/elemental-analysis/icp-oes/plasmaquant-9100.
The new ICP-OES series will also be showcased at the Analytik Jena Digital Expo (March 31 till April 30, 2020). For more details visit www.analytik-jena.com/digitalexpo.