Bruker launches the G6 Leonardo analyser for oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen (ONH) analysis by inert gas fusion

At IFEX 2019, Bruker announced the launch of the new G6 Leonardo, an economic and robust inert gas fusion (IGF) analyser for oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen (ONH) concentration measurements in inorganic samples. The G6 Leonardo extends Bruker’s line of high-precision, compact and easy-to-maintain analysers by introducing its well-proven SampleCareTM into IGF-analysis for metals and ceramics. The G6 Leonardo with SampleCare technology deploys the reliable Smart Molecule SequenceTM for robust and precise elemental analysis of ONH. With its pre-calibrated standard methods and argon carrier gas instead of helium, the G6 Leonardo addresses the needs of industrial process and quality control for easy and cost-effective operation.

SampleCare employed in the G6 Leonardo includes EZDriveTM, the proven electronic motion module for automatic and torque limited positioning of the crucible, operating without additional need for compressed air. It ensures improved electrical contact between crucible and electrodes, while protecting the crucible against damage. SampleCare is completed by a water-cooled sample port that protects delicate samples from undesirable heating and hydrogen losses, as well as a high-capacity dust trap and an in-line particle filtering system.

Bruker’s Smart Molecule Sequence measures the gases emitted by the sample directly with proven scientific principles for trustworthy results. It also allows oxygen determination without additional chemicals, ensuring high reliability and low cost of ownership. The sample temperature can be controlled with real-time temperature detection to prevent overheating and formation of unwanted byproducts.

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