AAS overview

Since its development in the 1950’s the Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS) has evolved into an accurate and reliable analytical tool used extensively in today’s modern laboratory.

Hollow cathode lamps are a key component for atomic absorption spectroscopy.


Our Service facilities are fully equipped to perform Routine Maintenance, Calibration and Repairs on a variety of Optical Instruments and Spectrophotometers.

AAS

  • Universal maintenance products designed to provide the ICP-MS analyst with the right tools for the job of cleaning and restoring cones as well as ion lens maintenance.There are three main techniques for AAS analysis (Flame Analysis, Graphite Analysis & Hydride Analysis) each having their strengths and weaknesses depending on the type of analysis required. There are a number of factors to consider when deciding which technique will suit the application.

    For example:Detection limits,Speed of analysis,Sample volume,Equipment cost, Element suitability, Clean area, Running costs,Working range, Automation, Sample matrix, Precision of results, Available space required, Method development

    Let us know which are your requirementsand our techniciens will guide you to the right product.