Epäorgaanisen aineen alkuaineanalysaattorit

Inductar CS Cube
Epäorgaanisen aineen hiilen ja typen alkuaineanalysaattori

Designed from a blank page, this high-precision CS analyzer for metallic and other inorganic materials only uses state-of-the-art technologies and offers easy handling as well as low maintenance. The inductar® CS cube is equipped with a long-life solid-state high-frequency induction furnace, which makes it possible to reach sample temperatures of above 2,000 °C. Thanks to the optional camera indulive, you can observe the gas release during the sample combustion in real-time. Carbon and sulfur are both analyzed by wide-range infrared (IR) detectors, which are capable to detect the whole concentration range. Thus, also little concentrations in the low ppm-range as well as higher concentrations of some weight percent’s are detectable.

Analysis method

High-temperature-combustion in pure oxygen atmosphere at above 2,000 °C, followed by purification of the analytical gas flow and subsequent gas analysis. CS-analysis is done according to ISO 15350, ASTM E1019 and further international standards.

Large concentration range

From 1 ppm up to 100 % element content. This means 60 mg carbon or 5 mg sulfur absolute.



Inductar EL Cube
SS / ONH alkuaine analysaattori

For the very first time it is possible to analyze the concentrations of carbon, sulfur, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen in metals and inorganic materials with only one analyzer. The unique inductar® EL cube is a completely new developed analyzer for highly precise and flexible determination of CS and ONH. It is equipped with a long-life solid-state high-frequency induction furnace, which makes it possible to reach sample temperatures of up to nearly 3,000 °C. Furthermore, the innovative technology makes tedious cleaning of oscillator tube and electrodes needless.

Analysis method

Depending on the selected functionality, the inorganic sample that is to be analyzed will either be combusted in oxygen at above 2,000°C (CS) or melted in inert gas atmosphere at nearly up to 3,000°C (ONH). Subsequently, the resulting gases are analyzed, and all analysis is conducted according to international standards.

Easy sample preparation and handling

CS mode

All kinds of solid samples are weighed into ceramic sample containers (sample mass up to 1 g). No sample preparation needed. Additional additives might be required, depending on the sample material.

ONH mode

There is no need for special sample preparation, meaning all kinds of solid samples can be analyzed if they fit into the ELCAPS ONH nickel capsules and their height does not exceed the capsule’s height. Samples up to 1 g can be handled. For powder samples it is highly recommended to close the nickel capsules with our inPress tool. For some analyses, further additives may be needed.



Inductar ONH Cube
ONH alkuaine analysaattori

The inductar® ONH cube is an analyzer for the determination of oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen, which combines highly accurate data with simple, clean, and automated processes. Using an innovative solid-state induction furnace for the first time in an inorganic ONH analyzer, it takes ONH determination in metals and other inorganic materials to the next level. The innovative and advanced design offers simultaneous and user-friendly ONH analysis, without the need for tedious cleaning operations. The analyzer is also available as OH and ON only configuration with the possibility to upgrade to the full ONH version at any time.

Precise results without tedious cleaning

due to our innovative solid-state induction furnace technology

Outstanding instrument flexibility

to fulfill your analytical needs due to the customizable instrument concept that offers different modes, sample feeding options and detection options

Easy handling & low maintenance

because of the intuitive software and the user-friendly instrument concept for daily routine operation

Analysis method

The inert gas fusion analysis is conducted by melting a sample in inert gas atmosphere with helium (argon and nitrogen possible depending on sample and mode) at temperatures of nearly up to 3,000°C. This is followed by purifying the analytical gas flow and analyzing the subsequent gas output. The ONH analysis is conducted according to international standards.