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Metal Casting Technologies : March 2005
40 METAL Casting Technologies March 2005 PRODUCTS Next Generation Spectrometer Spectromaxx, is a next generation spectrometer that sets the standard for the rapid analysis of all common elements in metals. Replacing the previous system, the new solution is faster, more precise, offers increased flexibility and requires less maintenance. It analyses Nitrogen levels in steel down to a level of 20ppm. The solution features an Argon Saver Mode to reduce Argon costs by 40--60 per cent, depend- ent on sample throughput. T: +49 2821 892 2102 F: +49 2821 892 2202 E: firstname.lastname@example.org ARL SMS-3000 Automation System The ARL SMS-3000 is a high-end, affordable alternative to single spectrometer automation solutions. The automation of multiple spectrometers and preparation machines offer new opportunities for users requiring more comprehensive and integrated automation solutions in the metals and mining industries. The ARL SMS-3000 allows fast and automatic twin XRF and OES analysis by integrating the two analytical techniques in a compact system. This functionality is particularly relevant to high alloy, stainless steel, copper, brass and bronze applica- tions where both techniques are required for a complete analysis. The system also enables double OES configuration, which appeals to primary metals producers' laboratories. In both cases, response times are dramatically shortened and heavier sample workloads can be easily accommodated. T: +1 800 532 4752 E: email@example.com W: www.thermo.com/elemental Molten Metal Coating Breakthrough An Australian company has developed a coating (Brencoat®) that outlasts traditional die coats and other coatings used in the smelting and casting industries by a factor of at least 20: 1. The cermet coating has several sub layers that accommodate the thermal shock of molten metal on steel and iron substrates. The coating is also non-wet- ting and is corrosion and erosion resistant. Brencoat® coating development will help eliminate down time on molten metal conveying components change over and replace- ment", David Browne Managing Director of the Brenco Group said. T: +61 3 93101977 F: +61 3 93101955 W: www.brenco.com.au