Thermo Fisher Scientific
The all-new Thermo Scientific™ Niton™ Apollo™ handheld LIBS analyzer specializes in measuring carbon content in a convenient, portable form factor. Experience a whole new range of motion as you seamlessly climb up pipelines and into trenches.
KEY FEATURES - Effective Laser / Argon Purge - Low Detection Limits - Lightweight (6.4 lbs.) - Results in 10 Seconds
What is the API 578 (3rd Edition) Course? API 578 (3rd Edition) provides guidelines on how to implement a material verification program meeting the regulations of the American Petroleum Institute (API). In this course you’ll receive an update of who and what is affected, explore options for new technology, and learn more about key terminology.
Act Now! When you purchase a Niton Apollo through December 31st, you can unlock access to a FREE API 578 (3rd Edition) course! A total value of over $1,800!
Terms and Conditions Offer expires December 31, 2020. Offer valid for end-user customers in the United States only. Void where prohibited. Prices are subject to change. Offer is eligible for one (1) free API 578 course per each Niton Apollo instrument purchase. Offer may not be combined with any other sale, discount, or promotional offers. Training course admission may not be sold, transferred, or redeemed for cash. Promotional training course must be completed before June 30, 2021. Eligibility is contingent on a certification that (1) neither the customer organization nor the individual being trained is a “Health Care Practitioner” or “Health Care Professional”, as defined in the Code of Massachusetts Regulations, 105 CMR 970, or a “healthcare professional” as defined under 18 V.S.A. § 4631, and (2) receiving the promotional training does not violate any code of conduct or similar ethical obligations of the customer organization. All sales are subject to manufacturer’s standard terms and conditions of sale. Customers will receive written confirmation from manufacturer, and manufacturer reserves the right to reject any order at its sole discretion. Additional restrictions may apply.
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