A & E Lab AE-AA500

Atomic Absorption Spectrometer AE-AA500

Buck Scientific 210VGP/220 Graphite furnace

This fully integrated design uses an innovative, unique technology in a compact powerful furnace module.

PerkinElmer AAnalyst 700

The AAnalyst™ 700 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer offers productivity enhancing features for flame and furnace atomic absorption.

Thermo Scientific iCE 3000 Series

All iCE 3000 Series spectrometers are completely automatic with full element capability. Control is via a data station running Thermo Scientific iCE

Series Models: iCE 3300, iCE 3400, iCE 3500

PerkinElmer AAnalyst 400

The AAnalyst 400 provides a no-compromise approach to Atomic Absorption—from sample introduction to results.

Shimadzu AA-6800

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