Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy is an elemental analysis technique with broad application in science and industry. It uses high energy, short pulse laser as the excitation source to achieve optical breakdown at material surface. As plasma cools down excess of energy is emitted optically and is sequentially collected by optical spectrometers. By analyzing the emitted optical spectrum one can obtain both qualitative and quantitative information about the material composition. Our first-generation handheld LIBS analyzers are best suited for rapid alloys identification, including, but not limited to, aluminium alloys, stainless steels, copper alloys, and nickel alloy.
Fully enclosed housing (IP54) waterproof and dustproof. The body of machine is made of aluminium alloy, so it is very strong and wearable and it is suitable for long-time handheld operation. Large-capacity lithium battery pack can be used continuously for a whole day. The instrument does not have any fragile parts. It is more reliable than traditional fluorescence spectrometers, users can use it for long periods of time with minimal maintenance.