Streamlined performance and ultra-low detection limits
The Thermo Scientific iCAP 7000 Plus Series ICP-OES provides low cost multi-element analysis for measuring trace elements in a diverse sample range. The innovative and powerful ICP-OES technology is driven by the Thermo Scientific Qtegra Intelligent Scientific Data Solution (ISDS) software and the Element Finder plug-in. This combination enables for a unique ease of use work flow, reducing method development time and maintenance.
A simple alternative to the Atomic Absorption and Microwave Plasma technology, providing a multi-element analysis solution for laboratories with increasing demands for sample throughput and lower detection limit capability.
A ideal solution for QA/QC and contract laboratories requiring highest sensitivity from full wavelength coverage. Achieve an advanced level of performance for a range of liquid applications with the minimum of user set-up and maintenance.
Achieve the highest throughput, sensitivity and detection limits. Productivity is increased by the integrated sprint valve which efficiently delivers the sample to the plasma. The Thermo Scientific iCAP 7600 ICP-OES maximizes scalability and advanced accessory connectivity to support expanding laboratory requirements.
ICP-OES technique selector
|Plasma view||Duo or Radial|
|Resolution @ 200nm||7nm|
|Camera technology||High Performance CID86|
|Full spectrum capture||No||Yes||Yes|
|Gas flow controls||Pressure/Solenoid regulation/MFC||Full MFC||Full MFC|
|fixed at 1150 or 1300 W
|Operating gas consumption||14 L·min-1||16 L·min-1||16 L·min-1|
|Plasma gas||Fixed, 12 L/min||Mass flow control, 0—20 L·min-1|
|Auxiliary gas||Fixed, with flows of 0, 0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 L·min-1||Mass flow control, 0—2 L·min-1|
|Nebulizer gas||Pressure control from 0 to 0.4MPa (Duo) or Mass flow control, 0—1.5 L·min-1(Radial)||Mass flow control, 0—1.5 L·min-1|
|Additional gas||No||Optional||Mass flow control,
This webinar will discuss some of the tools available to the analyst to minimize everyday challenges that come up when developing and performing routine analyses.