Spectrometer analyzes all common elements in metals.

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Able to analyze Nitrogen levels in steel down to 20 ppm, SPECTROMAXx incorporates ICAL intelligent calibration logic, which monitors system integrity and virtually eliminates need for recalibration samples. Unit is also equipped with Argon Saver Mode and readout system that minimizes analysis time. Spectrometer is available as bench-top unit or floor model to fit various work load or space requirements.

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New SPECTROMAXx Spectrometer Sets New Standard for Rapid Analysis of all Common Elements in Metals

Marlborough, MA - November 15, 2004 - SPECTRO, the global leader in Optical Emission and XRF Spectroscopy, has introduced the new SPECTROMAXx, a next generation spectrometer that sets the standard for the rapid analysis of all common elements in metals. Replacing the previous model, the new solution is faster, more precise, offers increased flexibility and requires less maintenance.

SPECTROMAXx can analyze Nitrogen levels in steel down to a level of 20ppm. The solution features an Argon Saver Mode to reduce costs by 40-60%, dependent on sample throughput. ICAL, SPECTRO's patented and proven intelligent calibration logic has the ability to monitor system integrity and virtually eliminates the need for recalibration samples. In addition, a unique readout system shaves valuable seconds off the analysis time. SPECTROMAXx also features an expanded element selection and calibration ranges. The unit is available in either a bench top unit or floor model to fit any work load or space issues.

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, Inc., is a recognized worldwide as a technological leader in Arc/Spark, X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF), and Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) spectrometry. For more information on The SPECTROMAXx or other SPECTRO products, write to SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, Inc., Solomon Pond Park, 450 Donald Lynch Blvd, Marlborough, MA 01752; call 800-548-5809; or visit the company's web site at www.spectro.com

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