Create or Log in to MySpark to see Special Offers.
Create or Log in to MySpark to see Collateral.
About Rigaku Analytical Devices
Rigaku Analytical Devices provides the latest trend in handheld metal grade identification. The Rigaku KT-100S analyzer utilizes laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to provide rapid alloy grade and composition identification to ensure quality of metal-based components throughout the manufacturing process. The handheld KT-100S LIBS analyzer delivers accurate identification of popular grades of stainless steel, nickel and titanium alloys, as well as an advanced method for easily identifying the most popular Al grades – 1100, 6061 and 6063 – as well as Al and silicon (Si) brasses and bronzes or Be in coppers. In addition to the analytical performance of LIBS technology, KT-100S reduces the need for regulatory licensing and registration that previous generation handheld analyzers were susceptible to. The KT-100S metal analyzer has successfully passed rigorous durability tests proving its capabilities in the harshest environments. To guarantee protection, the KT-100S underwent strict testing to the United States Military Standard 810-G. These tests involved rigorous vibration, shock and drop testing to evaluate its durability and performance when exposed to environmental stress. In addition, its IP-54 rating and safety window protect against dusty and wet environments. As the first handheld analyzer to have passed these tests, it is truly optimized for rugged use. Thus, KT-100S reduces downtime and costs associated to instrument repair known to be common for traditional handheld metal analyzers. The ergonomics of the KT-100S consist of a pistol-shape for optimal one-handed operation via use of raised buttons or by use of the ‘quick launch’ navigation buttons located near the trigger. The tilt screen allows for the ability to easily read results in any light and can also be operated as a touchscreen. The KT-100S is also considerably smaller and lighter than traditional metal analyzers. Results are displayed in a simple “match/no match” format that alerts the user of the alloy identification, as well as the elemental composition percentages. Users have the ability to quickly add new alloys to a customized on-board library. Its on-board camera captures images of the metal pieces being analyzed with the ability to transfer data into a report via USB or WiFi. We're proud to work with our partner, Metal Analysis Group, to provide product sales and support in the USA, Canada, and Mexico. The partnership couples Rigaku Analytical Devices’ state of the art handheld technologies, with Metal Analysis Group’s value added programs, such as: leasing, rentals, and training.
Create or Log in to MySpark to see Notes.
Create or Log in to MySpark to see Contact Us.