Carbon/Sulfur Analyzers support automated shuttle loaders.
August 10, 2012 -
Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer, CS844 Series, is available with optional shuttle loaders, which provide seamless, automated sequential or non-sequential processing of pre-weighed samples of inorganic materials such as primary steels, ores, and finished metals. While Shuttle10 Loader has single carousel that holds 10 samples, Shuttle60 Loader features 6 stackable carousels that each hold 10 samples. Both loaders accommodate needs of high-throughput laboratories requiring unattended analyses.
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St. Joseph, MI, 49085 2396
LECO Introduces Automated Shuttle Loaders for CS844 Series Analyzers
St. Joseph, Mich.-LECO's CS844 Series Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer is now available with optional shuttle loaders, providing seamless, automated sequential or non-sequential processing of pre-weighed samples of inorganic materials such as primary steels, ores, and finished metals. Customers can choose either the Shuttle10 Loader, which features a single carousel that holds ten samples, or the Shuttle60 Loader, which features six stackable carousels that each hold ten samples.
With a robust design that minimizes downtime, both the Shuttle10 Loader and Shuttle60 Loader offer an ideal solution for high-throughput laboratories requiring unattended analyses. Dependable stepper motors with low-maintenance rails are used to improve system reliability, and to alleviate the need for manual adjustments. Windows®-based software simplifies the alignment procedure and helps to ensure the system's long-term stability.
The new shuttle loaders are supported by an updated version of LECO's exclusive on-board software platform known as Cornerstone®. Launched in March 2011, Cornerstone is optimized for use with a touch-screen monitor mounted onto the front of the CS844 by a fully-adjustable, six-axis boom. By having immediate control of all instrument functionality right at the instrument, the user benefits from increased usability, improved ergonomics, and a decrease in the cost-per-analysis.
For more information, visit www.leco.com.