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April 12, 2017

Oxford Instruments Vulcan metals analyzer

Oxford Instruments, headquartered in the United Kingdom, with a U.S. office in Concord, Massachusetts, has launched the Vulcan, a metals analyzer that the company claims is the fastest with the most advanced reporting tools on the market. The Vulcan:

  • is a balanced hand-held LIBS (laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy) analyzer with a simple user interface
  • can identify a range of alloys
  • has been designed for ferrous applications and its performance is limited to stainless steels, tool steels, low alloy steels and nickel alloys
  • can be upgraded to include cobalt, copper, lead, tin, titanium and zinc calibrations
Visit https://vulcan.oxford-instruments.com for more information.

Hirschmann camera indicator

Hirschmann MCS, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, has introduced a camera indicator designed to be used on all types of mobile equipment. The camera indicator:

  • offers a direct view of the application, allowing the operator to have a constant view of any situation
  • camera can be horizontally or vertically oriented
  • is shock and vibration resistant
  • includes a 12-foot power harness, camera, magnetic camera mount and required cable assemblies
Visit www.belden.com for more information.

ASV Posi-Track VT-70 compact track loader

ASV LLC, Grand Rapids, Minnesota, has introduced its first mid-frame, vertical lift compact track loader, the Posi-Track VT-70. The loader:

  • excels at lift, carry and load tasks
  • has ride control that dampens the load in the bucket to limit material loss and improve operator comfort
  • features a rated operating capacity of 2,328 pounds and a tipping load of 6,650 pounds
  • is 66 inches wide and has a 10.5-foot lift height
Visit http://asvllc.com for more information.

Spectro’s SpectroPort portable arc/spark analyzer

Kleve, Germany-based Spectro Analytical Instruments, with U.S. offices in New Jersey and California, has introduced the SpectroPort portable arc/spark optical emission spectrometry (OES) metals analyzer. The company says the new model “delivers advanced OES technology in a unit that is as easy to use as a hand-held analyzer.” It also:

  • is as fast as a hand-held XRF
  • accurately analyzes elements such as carbon, sulfur, phosphorus, boron, lithium, beryllium, calcium, silicon, magnesium and aluminum at low and critical levels
  • is available with large and small transport trolleys as well as with portable batteries
  • can be used cordlessly with a rechargeable battery pack
Visit www.spectro.com for more information.

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