Aurora Biomed launches a new Atomic Absorption Spectrometer with Improved Optics
Aurora is excited to announce the launch of their newest atomic absorption spectrometer, the TRACE 1800 AAS at Pittcon 2014. This flexible instrument comes in a variety of configurations for analysis by flame, graphite furnace, and vapor hydride generation offering great improvements to laboratory workflows in the life and environmental sciences.
The TRACE 1800 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer expands on Aurora’s success with previous models through several new features which improve sample detection as well as speed and efficiency of sampling. Aurora’s patented micro-plating sample injection technology enables ultra-trace detection of elements in as little as 50 µL enabling sampling from limited volumes such as from biological or pharmaceutical samples. Improving on previous platforms through use of fully reflective optics, the TRACE 1800 displays no wavelength discrimination to provide the sharpest image possible during analysis. The eight lamp platform with dual power supplies enabling analysis of up to eight different elements in a single run with reduced time for switching between lamps and more precise lamp alignment than traditional rotary-style lamp turrets. Finally, the 1 kHz D2 background correction and switchable true double beam optics allow for detection limits not attainable by traditional mass spectroscopy.
Visit Aurora at Pittcon 2014 (Booth #3509) and allow one of our dedicated product specialists demonstrate show you how the TRACE 1800 AAS can improve your workflow.
About Aurora Biomed
Aurora Biomed is a worldwide leader in the design and development of lab automation solutions for life science, environmental science, drug discovery/safety and chemical analysis research. We provide technologies and services which facilitate a higher sample throughput while improving quality, accuracy and precision. Aurora’s product range includes automated liquid-handling equipment, atomic absorption spectrometers, atomic fluorescence spectrometers and microwave digestion systems, increasing the efficiency of sample management in a wide range of research applications.