Environmental research

Environmental research

Environmental research

Environmental research is perfectly supported with Bruker AXS wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (WDXRF) S8 TIGER. Accurate and precise determination of hazardous elements down to the sub-ppm level, reliable identification of elements due to high spectral resolution, high analytical performance even for light elements: The TIGER are perfectly suited for these analytical tasks.

The standardless calibration of SPECTRAplus provides results for every kind of sample and supports therefore all kind of applications. In combination with PETRO-QUANT both wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (WDXRF) are dedicated for the determination of traces in hydrocarbon matrices like waste oil, pet coke, used polymers,… Reliable trace analysis from the very beginning.

The highest performance of gas analysis is provided by IFS 125 Series FT-IR Spectrometers with outstanding resolution and broad spectral range. The mobile version IFS 125/M dedicated to gas phase absorption studies is widely used for atmospheric research.

Bruker Optics remote sensing systems offer the capability of automated detection, identification and quantification of chemical gas clouds, liquids and surfaces of interest. A wide range of applications is covered, featuring atmospheric and environmental observation, monitoring of air quality and surveillance of industrial or natural sites such as volcanoes. Emissions can be measured or leakages can be detected and visualized immediately by automated remote monitoring from distances up to several kilometers.

The SIGIS 2 is an ultra-low noise scanning imaging system that is employed frequently in rough environments by emergency response forces as well as by researchers. It is capable of remote identification, visualization and quantification of airborne chemicals. The Hyperspectral Imaging System HI 90 features a detector array for spatially resolved spectral images “in a single shot”. Its outstanding actively aligned interferometer achieves the highest signal-to-noise ratios. The EM 27 is a high-precision automated infrared detection system for the real-time remote sensing of compounds in the atmosphere. The OPS completes the series of systems as a compact, versatile and rugged air monitoring system, designed to detect and measure a wide range of compounds simultaneously using actively modulated infrared radiation in an open path measurement setup.