Teledyne Leeman Labs

Teledyne Leeman Labs is the analytical instrument company that more corporations, government agencies, municipalities, and educational institutions are choosing to do business with – across the United States and around the globe.

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    Hudson, NH 03051
    United States

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  • DC Arc Technique

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    Fast, quantitative, elemental analyses of difficult samples are hallmarks of the DC Arc approach. Few other techniques can challenge the ease-of-use or productivity of DC Arc when it comes to samples that are difficult or impossible to digest. Prodigy DC Arc performs elemental analysis of samples in their native form without sample digestion.

  • Hydra IIAA Mercury Analyzer

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    Hydra IIAA Mercury Analyzer delivers both the performance needed to meet tightening regulatory demands and the productivity needed for laboratories to operate efficiently. Its parts-per-trillion detection limits, exceptional stability and unique over-range protection easily satisfy the most stringent QCs. Its high capacity autosampler with extra large CCV/CCB containers permits long periods of unattended operation.

  • Hydra IIC Automated Turnkey Analyzer

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    The Hydra IIC is a fully automated turnkey analyzer that measures mercury in solid and semi-solid sample matrices directly without any acid digestion (sample preparation). The system employs the technique of sample combustion (thermal decomposition), mercury concentration via gold amalgamation and detection by cold vapor atomic absorption.

  • ICP Spectrometers

    ​​ICP-OES - Teledyne Leeman Labs

    The radially (or side-on) viewed torch is the original ICP view configuration. Until the mid ''90''s, it was the only view available. This view has the ability to measure both very high and reasonably low concentrations of elements in samples (known as "dynamic range"). This design is also capable of handling samples with high level of dissolved solids and is remarkably free of chemical interferences and easily ionized element effects (EIE). It is the radial view that established ICP as a dominant trace element technique.

  • Mercury Analyzers

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    Teledyne Leeman Labs family of Mercury Analyzers are fully automated instruments that address the analysis of solids, semi-solids and liquids. They are equipped to assist today''''s laboratory technician, chemist or lab manager in meeting the myriad of challenges that face today''''s modern laboratory. Our high-performance fully automated analyzers are the number one choice for laboratories searching for a mercury analyzer with a proven track record. We stand behind our mercury analyzers with a no-hassle support team ready to serve you.

  • Prodigy7

    Teledyne Leeman Labs

    Teledyne Leeman Labs has taken a radically different approach with the Prodigy7. Through years of effort, our team of highly specialized engineers and application chemists have produced an Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP-OES) instrument in which superior analytical performance does not have to be traded off for any reason including price. And while the Prodigy7 offers all of the advanced capabilities some laboratories require none of them have to be purchased up front if not needed. They can be easily added later if needs change.​

  • Prodigy Plus

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    Prodigy Plus brings together the latest in solid-state detector technology and Leeman Labs' advanced high dispersion Echelle spectrometer to provide the most powerful ICP available today. Not only does Prodigy Plus provide superb resolution, stability and detection limits for reliable results, it also provides a wide variety of optional features that are guaranteed to enhance the capabilities of your organic analysis lab.

  • The Prodigy DC Arc

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    The DC Arc technique has been relied upon for decades as a tool for the direct analysis of a wide range of solid materials. The earliest systems, many of which are still in use today, were photographic plate spectrographs. These systems offered the advantage of providing a permanent photographic record a samples spectrum, but also carried with it the cumbersome need to view and interpret photographic plates. These early generation instruments were replaced, first by PMT-based simultaneous spectrometers and then CID based DC Arc spectrometers, each with their own strengths and weaknesses.

  • The QuickTrace® Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Mercury Analyzer

    M-7600 - Teledyne Leeman Labs

    The QuickTrace® M-7600 Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) mercury analyzer combines the proven technologies from its predecessors along with TCP/IP communication. TCP/IP technology guarantees that data collection performance will be a stable format for years to come. An Ethernet adapter is included for dedicated control. To simplify the installation we pre-configure the TCP/IP communications per your laboratories preferences.

  • The QuickTrace® Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Mercury Analyzer

    M-8000 - Teledyne Leeman Labs

    The QuickTrace® M-8000 Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) Mercury Analyzer is ideal for ultra-trace to sub-mg/L mercury quantitation. It easily achieves the ultra-trace mercury detection limit of < 0.05 ng/L demanded by customers employing EPA method 1631. The QuickTrace® M-8000 is also versatile enough to analyze samples > 400 μg/L in a research or industrial setting without dilution.

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