mPulse is based on a new revolutionary technique called Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS). Collaborating with Jamnagar Factory Owners Association and Ship Recycling Association of India, Oxford Instruments organised seminars on 8th and 9th June 2014 in Jamnagar and Bhavnagar respectively, to reach out and engage the metals and metal scrap market in Gujarat. With over 150 attendees, these seminars and hands-on demonstration sessions provided a platform to offer customers in the industry an extended range of metal analysers to suit every requirement. The addition of the exciting new mPulse handheld analyser to the product range opens up new markets and truly makes Oxford Instruments the first choice in metals analysis with its innovative and unique metals analysis technique.
Today's recycling markets rely on speed to maximise throughput and profits, sorting and trading incoming and high value materials fast. Through its ground breaking use of LIBS, or Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, the mPulse is able to identify and sort metals in just 1 second. This is a huge benefit to businesses that have high volumes of metal to process. The mPulse is super fast, simple to use and no X-rays ensuring maximum productivity.
Oxford Instruments plc had recently acquired RMG Technology Ltd. and RMG's path-breaking LIBS system has added to the existing techniques of X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) and Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) to offer an extended range of metal analysers to suit every requirement. This underlines our determination to build on and strengthen our offering to customers requiring simply the best metals analysis solutions without compromise and supports our strategy to become the First Choice in Metals analysis. If fast and accurate metal analysis is your priority, please call us today to find out more.
Source: equity bulls. 19 June 2014