S Series Systems by Thermo Fisher Scientific

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The S Series offers a superb blend of features at an attractive price, resulting in premium value for the user. Simple user interface ensures maximum operational effectiveness.
• Smallest footprint in its class
• Low running costs
• New Ebert design for superior detection limits
• Auto-optimization of many functions with PC control
• Flame, furnace and vapour options

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The S Series of spectrometers offer no-compromise, single atomizer, multi-element AA systems, all in a footprint of less than 0.5 sq. m. A new Ebert optical system covers the range 185nm to 760nm as standard, with an optional wide range PMT up to 900nm, and sets new levels of performance. The standard 6 lamp auto-aligning turret (using data-coded or uncoded lamps, each with its own power supply) and Stockdale double beam system combine to produce excellent results. QuadLine deuterium background correction is standard on all units.

Universal 50mm titanium burner supports all flame types and has high solids handling, excellent flame stability and low carbon build-up. Optional 100mm air/acetylene-onlyburner also available. Auto-optimising software control of burner height adjustment. Standard inert fluoroplastic spray chamber, with adjustable impact bead, and inert nebulizer provide unmatched sensitivity. Automatic binary flow gas management in the S4 model (or the semi-automatic version in the S2) guarantees reproducibility and safety.
Feature-packed Windows 98/2000/XP-compatible SOLAAR software control offers multiple wizards to optimise system parameters and control analyses. Optional LCD Local Control available.
Full range of optional accessories to provide an optimal solution to a wide range of analysis types, including flame autosamplers, graphite furnace and vapour analyses.