Rigaku Analytical Devices to display industrial handheld alloy analyzer at Fabtech 2015

The Katana handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analyzer enables alloy identification.

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The Katana handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analyzer enables alloy identification for use in scrap metal sorting, quality assurance in metal fabrication, and positive material identification in petrochemical operations. Designed for identification of difficult alloys such as aluminum grades, the analyzer offers results with the company's QuickID software in <2s. Features include the company's breakthrough laser ablation & detection engine (BLADE) technology, as well as a GPS and macro-camera to allow for instrument and sample tracking.

Fabtech booth number: N-3100

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Contact:Rigaku Analytical Devices
Headquarters: Wilmington, MA
Product: Katana industrial handheld alloy analyzer
Key Feature: Results in <2s

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