FREMONT, Calif. (December 10, 2010) — Applied Spectra, Inc., a leading supplier of LIBS and Femtosecond LA * instruments, announced today that its J100-UV Femtosecond LA system has been shipped to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the US. The J100-UV is a state-of-the-art LA system based on a reliable, high-repetition rate femtosecond laser.
The J100-UV features Applied Spectra’s technology innovations for sample chamber design and transport gas flow control. In addition, the system includes an advanced sample surface imaging module, together with powerful system software for a highly-integrated LA-ICP-MS measurement experience.
Applied Spectra’s J100 Series Femto LA instruments can be coupled with Quadrupole ICP-MS or Multi-Collector ICP-MS instruments for accurate and highly precise isotopic analysis.
“The shipment of the J100-UV is a major product milestone for Applied Spectra,” said Dr. Jong Yoo, Vice President of Technology and Marketing. “We look forward to working closely with the technical staff at PNNL to advance nuclear and geological materials research based on the J100-UV Femto LA system. We are firmly committed in providing strong analytical support for all of our customers.”
* LIBS: Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, Femtosecond LA: Femtosecond Laser Ablation
About Applied Spectra, Inc.
Applied Spectra is a leading supplier of laser-based analytical instruments. Our unique, highly automated products harness the latest in laser ablation analysis techniques. We simplify the process of elemental chemical analysis, while delivering rapid, high-precision results that are environmentally friendly. Founded in 2004, we have a manufacturing, research and development facility in Fremont, CA, USA.