Benchtop Optical Emission Spectrometer (OES)

Benchtop Optical Emission Spectrometer (OES)



The new FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO with it’s innovative optical system and extended wavelength range assures precise identification and trace analysis of important elements.

Engineered for high performance and reliability, the new FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO with it’s innovative optical system and extended wavelength range assures precise identification and trace analysis of important elements, such as: N in steel and P in aluminium.

Proprietary detector and read-out technology, developed specifically for spectroscopy applications, out perform conventional photo tube based systems, positioning FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO as the system of choice for metal manufacturers, processors and the foundry industry.

A unique sample stand, proven jet-stream technology and a superior plasma oscillator ensure straightforward and precise analysis. Sample geometries, from large semi-finished products to tiny wires present few challenges.

Ease-of-use and simplicity differentiate the FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO. The intuitive user interface and numerous customer driven features conspire to make life simple. Compact, robust and reliable, the high-precision FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO can be used in any location.

Benchtop Optical Emission Spectrometer (OES)


The FOUNDRY-MASTER UV is a reliable, precise laboratory spectrometer for the qualitative and quantitative element analysis of metallic samples. The high-resolution Multi-CCD-Optic utilises a traditional, robust, vacuum technology chamber. The optic range covers the complete wavelength range of 160 nm to 810 nm.

The vacuum technology is essentially maintenance-free and has significantly lower operating costs than alternative inert gas purged systems. The FOUNDRY-MASTER UV is equipped with the unique WAS Jet- Stream Technology. The electrode is encapsulated in a flow of argon, providing two key benefits, reduced Argon consumption and the sample does not need to completely seal the spark stand opening. Tubes, bars and even wires can be directly analysed, using only one universal adapter.

The FOUNDRY-MASTER UV can be upgraded with new calibration modules at any time and without expensive and time consuming modifications. The FOUNDRY-MASTER UV is capable to measure Fe, Co, Ni, Al, Cu, Zn, Ti, Mg, Sn, Pb alloy.



The FOUNDRY-MASTER COMPACT is ideal and cost effective for analytical application, where good repeatability is required, but very low levels of detection are not required.

The FOUNDRY-MASTER COMPACT abandons vacuum systems which are not required for non-ferrous materials. Additionally the instrument does not require any complicated gas flushing for its high-resolution Multi-CCD Optic, making it inexpensive to run.The pure simplicity of the FM compact is its ‘air’ flushed optic which provides measurement capability at wavelengths above 185 μm – 590 μm.

As with the standard FOUNDRY-MASTER COMPACT, large sample geometries can be placed on the open spark stand and can be analysed trouble free. Small objects, curved items, tube and wire samples can all be analysed, because the instrument has the unique WAS Jet-Stream Technology. Irregular samples can be measured with a single universal adapter.

The FOUNDRY-MASTER COMPACT is capable to measure Al, Cu, Mg, Zn alloy.



The FOUNDRY-MASTER Xpert is the ideal cost-effective solution for all metal processing industries. There is virtually no restriction on the element selection. The highest levels of
accuracy and precision of the analytical results and a powerful yet easy-to-use software package mean that almost every application is covered. New CCD readout design allows the use of Oxford Instruments’s Dynamic Integration Algorithm (DIA) providing superior precision of the results. High-resolution Multi-CCD optics for the best spectral line separation and widest spectral range from 130 to 800 nm covering nearly all interesting elements for any metal material including nitrogen in steel. It is also equipped with new digital spark generator with optimised discharge parameters for atomic lines, lowering detection limits of a wide range of elements.



To learn more about this instruments you may go to  Oxford Instruments Website  or you can write an email  for sales rep to contact you.