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The most powerful and the industry's gold standard in 213 nm solid state laser ablation.

The NWR213 is an affordable yet no compromise instrument suitable for a wide range of applications. A perfect complement to any ICP, ICP-MS, noble gas or stable isotope mass spectrometer.

Solid State Laser Ablation for superior performance and benchmark analytical results.

  • Environmental
  • Geological
  • Forensic
  • Medical
  • Mining
  • Electronic
  • Manufacturing (metals/glass/plastics)
  • Bio-imaging
  • Forensics
  • Geochronology
  • Trace Element Analysis
  • Sample Screening
  • Purity testing
  • Material characterization
  • Bulk Analysis
  • Failure Analysis
  • (Bio-) Imaging/Mapping
  • Depth Profiling
  • Biological/plant materials
  • Rocks, minerals, glasses, plastics, powders, biological, thin films, ceramics, metals and alloys
  • Analysis of geological materials, including volcanic glasses, silicate minerals and calcite
  • Direct analysis of pressed powders
  • Bulk analysis on metals, alloys, polymers and ceramics
  • Micro-feature analysis on fluid inclusions in quartz and halite
  • Direct micro-analysis on mineral grains
  • Elemental imaging

Industry's Gold Standard – Unmatched HD main video and touch screen wide angle navigation.

  • Laser: Nd:YAG
  • Wavelength: 213 nm
  • Max Repetition Rate: 20 Hz
  • Fluence: 25 J/cm2 at the sample surface
  • Spot Sizes: 4–250 microns

Automated analysis, state-of-the-art and high performance.

  • Unmatched HD main video and touch screen wide angle navigation
  • Elemental Scientific manufactured and maintained laser source – designed solely for LA applications
  • Optional rotating XYR aperture for square and rectangular ablations
  • Flexible Infinitely Variable Aperture (IVA) provides spot size selection in 1 micron increments
  • Optional second MFC for N2 flow control