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Automatic Press

Specac’s Atlas™ Series Power Hydraulic Press is available in 8 Ton, 15 Ton and 25 Ton load configurations. These bench-top presses have power-assisted hydraulics for ease-of-use and, with a small footprint, ergonomic design, and low noise characteristics, they are appropriate for a range of applications in both modern laboratories and heavy industrial environments. These hydraulic presses are fully compatible with Specac Pellet Die assemblies and other Specac Sample Preparation accessories, which makes them ideally suited for XRF and FTIR pelletizing applications in atomic and molecular spectroscopy. Features and Benefits :
'- 8 Ton, 15 Ton and 25 Ton load capability
'- Load settable in both imperial and metric tons
'- Microprocessor controlled pressure application and release
'- Large working distance between pressing surfaces
'- Fully CE marked
'- Low noise operation
'- LCD display
'- Multi-lingual display option
'- Integral high clarity PETG safety guards
'- Fully compatible with Specac sample preparation accessories

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Manual Press

Specac’s Atlas Series Manual Hydraulic Press is available in 15 and 25 ton load configurations, and is intended for a wide range of laboratory press applications. With a rigid steel construction, and protective safety shield as standard, this laboratory hydraulic press is particularly well-suited for FTIR KBr pellet press, XRF pellet press, and thin film press applications when used in conjunction with Specac Evacuable Pellet Die assemblies or Heated Platens and associated Thin Film making kits. The press has a compact, small footprint design making it ideal for bench-top and glove box laboratory applications. Features and Benefits :
'- 15 Ton and 25 Ton configurations
'- Polycarbonate safety guards
'- Adjustable upper bolster
'- Adjustable pressure control valve
'- Vacuum ports
'- Pressure release valve
'- Low pressure conversion gauges

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TheOX advanced

TheOx Advanced fusion instrument is the new version of the world-renowned TheOx instrument. Just like the previous version, it has six fusion positions and is designed for laboratories with a high sample throughput. TheOx Advanced electric fusion instrument is used to prepare glass disks for XRF analysis as well as borate and peroxide solutions for ICP and AA analysis.

It processes:
▪Cement, lime, limestone, carbonates, ceramics, clay, glass, slags, refractories
▪Mining and geological samples, hematite, magnetite, silica, silicates, clay, ores
▪Steel, pure metals, noble metals, ferroalloys, non-ferrous alloys, silicon carbide
▪Sulfides, fluorides
▪Bauxites, alumina
▪Chromite, cobaltite, dolomite, ilmenite, rutile, molybdenite
▪Auto catalysts, zeolites, polymers, pigments, synthetic rubbers
▪Potash, phosphate, fertilizers
▪Organic samples, coal, ashes, petroleum
▪Rare earth elements
▪Pharmaceutical, environmental and cosmetic samples
TheOx Advanced instrument ensures high productivity in the laboratory. In fact, it is very powerful and it has a quick temperature ramp up that allows shorter fusion cycles and an increased sample throughput. Just like its previous version, TheOx Advanced instrument can perform from 24 to 30 fusions per hour.

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Epsilon Xflow

On-line liquid analysis with the Epsilon Xflow gives the solution for fast and accurate control of your process parameters.Increased regulations and quality specifications drive the need for a continue process flow.

The Epsilon Xflow enables real-time insight to manage your production processes more efficient and reduce operational costs.• Simultaneous multi-element analysis • Real-time results • Leading EDXRF technology • High repeatability.

Epsilon Xflow spectrometer is offered with tailored solutions for specific industries as petrochemicals, polymers, mining, metals, food and environmental.

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M4

The M4 fusion instrument is a three-position automatic gas instrument that prepares glass disksfor XRF analysis as well as solutions for ICP and AA analysis. It is very versatile because it can process a wide range of samples such as:
▪Cement, ceramic, slag, glass, silica, carbonates
▪Mining and geological samples
▪Sulfides
▪Bauxites, fluorides
▪Polymers, catalysts
▪Pure metals, ferroalloys and other alloys
Better analytical results can be obtained by using the M4 fusion instrument since it is known for its fast and superior homogenization of the melt. Its uniform heating leads to highly reproducible results and all its fusion parameters can be modified in order to obtain the desired fusion conditions.

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