Metal analyzer VULCAN+ Range

metal analyzer
metal analyzer
metal analyzer
metal analyzer
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rugged, IP54


It’s one of the fastest metals analysers in the world. Just squeeze the trigger and one second later the result appears. Using Vulcan allows you to identify and analyse a wide range of alloys. It gives results on all common alloys, including aluminium, magnesium, titanium, cobalt, chromium, nickel, and copper alloys as well as stainless steels, tool steels, low alloy steels and more. Why is Vulcan the perfect tool for your business? SIMPLE TO USE ‘Point and shoot’ operation and intuitive user interface hugely reduces if not almost completely eliminates user error. The instrument is ready to go straight out of the box. BUILT TO LAST Its measurement optics are protected by sapphire glass, one of the toughest materials available. It’s also splash water and dust proof (IP54 certified, NEMA 3 equivalent). WORKS ALMOST INVISIBLY Less than one billionth of a gram of material is consumed during a typical analysis leaving an almost invisible burn mark on the surface of the metal. FULL DAY OPERATION Vulcan’s 8–10 hour battery life ensures that there will be no interruptions in your work routine. LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP A much lower cost of ownership than an XRF analyser, which requires expensive licenses and time consuming radiation safety training classes. LATEST TECHNOLOGY Share and store your results securely, and generate reports with our cloud-based service. You can also connect Vulcan directly to your mobile phone to add pictures and to share results instantly. INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY Vulcan gives results in one second, regardless of the alloy type. A couple of second’s difference in speed can have a huge impact to your operations.



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