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Vulcan is one of the fastest metals analyzers, with one of the most advanced reporting tools. It’s also one of the lightest and the easiest to use. Vulcan’s simple user interface significantly reduces user error, delivering far more accurate and consistent results.

Splash water and dust proof, Vulcan is a durable Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy analyzer built to last.

Contact us for more information and to arrange a demonstration of the Vulcan.


Speed

It’s one of the fastest analysers on the market with reliable results in just one second analysis.

Advanced data management with OiConnect

Managing the data Vulcan produces is also a much easier task. Transfer and store all your results securely in the OiConnect cloud and use one of the most advanced reporting tools on the market.

Rugged and durable

Designed to withstand harsh environments and tough enough to be used in a scrapyard. Its measurement optics are protected by sapphire glass, one of the toughest materials available.

Long battery life

A single battery charge will last up to 8 hours when analysing one sample every 5 seconds.

Simple to use

It’s easy to pick up and operate. With a short learning curve, you will be up and running with Vulcan in no time.

Vulcan provides great value for money and guarantees a real return on your investment. Here are just a few compelling reasons to make the switch from using an XRF tool to acquiring the best laser analyser on the market.

  • Accurate and precise
  • Comfortable and practical to use
  • Advanced data management
  • Low cost of ownership
  • Built to last
  • Easy to get started, simple to use
  • Significantly increase productivity
  • Comfortable and practical to use
  • A tried and trusted tool
  • Analyse a wide range of alloys
  • Works almost invisibly
  • One of the fastest analysers on the market


VULCAN FOR SCRAP SORTING 

VULCAN FOR QA/QC


Laser scanning mechanism

  • Tested for 20 000 000 cycles.

Vibration

  • Complies with MIL-STD-810G,
  • METHOD 514.6 (PROCEDURE I).
Operating drop
  • Complies with MIL-STD-810G, METHOD 516.6 (PROCEDURE IV). Tested with 26 consecutive drops through every angle.

Temperature exposure

  • Tested for extreme temperatures and temperature changes. Widest operating temperature range of any handheld LIBS device 0-40°C or 32-104°F

Dust and water ingress

  • Complies with IP54 certification (NEMA 3 equivalent). Tested to be dust and splash water proof.

  • VULCAN FOR QA/QC – Find out how Vulcan LIBS analyser is used for Quality Assurance/ Quality Control – DOWNLOAD
  • VULCAN FOR SCRAP SORTING – Find out how Vulcan LIBS analyser is used for scrap sorting - DOWNLOAD

 

  • Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)