The Avio 200 is a compact ICP-OES that combines a vertical plasma design with a host of unique hardware features to handle even the most difficult, high-matrix samples without dilution, delivering a whole new level of performance and flexibility to ICP.
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Avio’s unique hardware features include:
The smallest ICP on the market, the Avio 200 offers efficient operation, reliable data, and low cost of ownership by delivering:
And for added flexibility, the Avio 200 is available in two configurations, so that you can choose the nebulizers and spray chambers best suited for your applications: Scott/Cross Flow or Cyclonic/Meinhard®
Plus, Avio 200's unprecedented performance comes with unparalleled ease-of-use. Its unique hardware features combine with the industry's most intuitive software to make multi-element measurements as easy as single-element analyses. Syngistix™ for ICP Software provides:
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Due to its unique characteristics, aluminum (Al) is used in a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications. Its utility can be further enhanced by combining it with other metals to create aluminum-based alloys, where the non-aluminum additives can make up to 15% of the total alloy, by weight.
Because of its popularity and multiple compositions, the London Metal Exchange (LME) lists four different specifications for Al alloy compositions. In these specifications, silicon, copper, zinc, and iron are considered major additions, as they are mostly greater than 1% composition by weight. Therefore, these four elements must be determined with greater accuracy (± 2%) than the others.
This work describes the determination of additives to Al in aluminum alloys at the LME specifications using the Avio® 200 hybrid scanning ICP-OES, an ideal choice for labs performing this application thanks to its charge-coupled device (CCD) detector, providing simultaneous background and analyte measurement, important when dealing with complex matrices, such as alloys.
Due to aluminum’s varied uses and popularity, there are many grades available. The London Metal Exchange (LME) lists specifications for two commonly-used aluminum (Al) purities: 99.5% and 99.7%1, with each having up to six inorganic impurities specified. ICP-OES is the best technique for measuring these impurities at these levels due to its ability to easily handle high-matrix samples and simplicity of operation.
This work describes the analysis of impurities in Al at the LME specifications using the Avio® 200 hybrid scanning ICP-OES, an ideal choice for this application – its optical design provides excellent light throughput, essential for measuring lower concentrations with shorter analytical times, plus, its charge-coupled device (CCD detector) provides simultaneous background and analyte measurement, important for samples such as metal matrices.
With heavy machinery, it is important to assess its status during operation to prevent breakdowns and costly repairs. A key aspect is monitoring the status of the oil or lubricants used to lubricate various components such as engines, transmissions, gearboxes and many other important areas: if the oil degrades too much or becomes highly contaminated, it can damage various components. Because of its importance, ASTM created a method for the analysis of in-service oils: method D5185.
For food manufacturers and processors, it is important to be able to quantify the content of food products, including micronutrients, for both safety and quality reasons along with regulatory label-claim requirements, and ICP-OES is generally favored in a multi-element analytical environment with detection capabilities appropriate for nutritional analysis.
This work focuses on the analysis of micronutrients in a variety of commercial juice products using PerkinElmer's Avio® 200 hybrid-scanning ICP-OES with sample preparation performed using a PerkinElmer Titan MPS™ Microwave Sample Preparation System.
With its great importance, milk is available in several different forms: fresh, boxed (ultraheat treated), powdered, and evaporated. The most commonly consumed form varies globally, being dependent on factors such as geography, culture, and climate. For milk producers, internal quality control and the possibility of external monitoring provide strong incentives for the ability to quickly, accurately, and easily monitor nutrients in their products.
When blending base oils and additives for use as lubricants, it is important to know and control the concentrations of certain elements for optimal performance and longer engine life. This work will focus on the analysis of additives in new oils using PerkinElmer’s Avio™ 200 ICP Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES), which overcomes limitations of other ICP-OES systems and X-ray analyses.
This work demonstrates the ability of the Avio 200 ICP-OES to meet the USP <232>/<233> criteria for Class 1 and 2A elements in tablets containing TiO2 or SiO2 as excipients using Syngistix for ICP Enhanced Security software version 4.0 for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance.
The production of fertilizer is a key industry for a country's agricultural sector, with the main benefit of increasing crop productivity. The primary elements of interest in fertilizers are categorized into four classes: primary nutrients, secondary nutrients, micronutrients, and trace elements. Although a variety of techniques may be used for the measurement of trace elements in fertilizer, ICP-OES offers the best combination of cost, simplicity, ruggedness and accuracy, and also has a dynamic range which is appropriate for the concentrations expected in fertilizer samples.
This work demonstrates the ability of PerkinElmer's Avio® 200 hybrid-scanning ICP-OES to meet Thai regulatory limits for trace elements in fertilizers through the analysis of reference materials.
Breakfast is an important meal in providing essential nutrients to keep your energy levels up throughout the day. How do we ensure the food and beverages we consume are healthy, nutritious and safe? Following is a collection of application notes highlighting solutions that will help you identify micronutrients in milk, cereal, juice and fresh and dried fruits as well as toxic metals in tea, dairy products and apple juice to ensure safety of your breakfast foods.
During the production of palm oil, 3-MCPD forms from the reaction of acylglycerol with the chloride ion (Cl-). 3-MCPD is a potentially carcinogenic compound, with a tolerable daily intake of 2 µg/kg of bodyweight. As a result, the palm oil industry limits the 3-MCPD concentration to less than 10 mg/kg.
Because 3-MCPD only forms in the presence of Cl-, removal of free Cl- is critical. Chloride is introduced from the raw palm fruit, which accumulates Cl- by uptake from the soil, water, and fertilizer. During the processing of the palm fruit, steam is introduced to remove as much Cl as possible. However, if all Cl is not removed, 3-MCPD can be formed in further refining steps. Therefore, after initial processing, the crude palm oil (CPO) must be monitored for chloride content.
This work describes the ability to measure chloride extracted from palm oil by ICP-OES, leveraging the unique capabilities of PerkinElmer’s Avio® 200 hybrid-scanning system.
The analysis of soils for elemental contents presents challenges during the sample preparation step. A common method for preparing a soil sample for inorganic elemental analysis involves digesting the soil sample in an acid that is heated to near-boiling to extract the elements for analysis. When using open vessels in heating blocks, this extraction method typically takes four hours or more to complete. The sample must then be centrifuged or filtered to remove solid particles prior to analysis. The use of a microwave digestion system can speed this up significantly by completing the acid digestion in less than 50 minutes.
With the increasing demand for electronics, manufacturers are continually developing new products with enhanced capabilities, and consequently, the lifetime of electronics is becoming shorter as consumers more frequently upgrade to newer, more advanced models. The result is an increasing number of electronics being discarded, with a high likelihood that metals will enter the environment. To address this issue, the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive implements limits for the levels of toxic metals of greatest concern, which can be present in electronic devices.
This work demonstrates the ability of PerkinElmer’s Avio® 200 hybrid-scanning ICP-OES with the Titan MPS™ digestion system to rapidly and accurately measure elements in a variety of sample types which fall under the RoHS directive.
The most common form of brines is sodium chloride (NaCl)-based. These are used primarily in the production of chlorine gas (Cl2) via electrolysis and the polymeric membrane cell process, in which brines are passed through an ion-exchange membrane, where the brine is de-chlorinated via electrolysis to produce chlorine gas. This is the most widely used means of producing Cl2 because the membrane cell process consumes the least amount of energy compared to other Cl2 production processes.
The membrane must remain clean, as contamination will poison it. And since replacing the membrane is expensive, it should only be changed when needed – this can be defined by monitoring the elemental concentrations in the brine, particularly elements which can poison the membrane: aluminum, barium, calcium, iron, magnesium, nickel, silicon, and strontium. These elements should be present at less than 0.1 mg/L in the brine, meaning that low concentrations have to be measured accurately.
Brine analysis presents a challenge due to the extremely high levels of total dissolved solids and the low analyte levels. And because of its ability to handle high levels of dissolved solids, ICP-OES is the preferred analytical technique for brine analysis.
This work demonstrates the ability of PerkinElmer’s Avio 200 hybrid-scanning ICP-OES to accurately measure important contaminants at low levels in brines.
Capable of handling even the most difficult, high-matrix samples without dilution, PerkinElmer’s Avio® 200 hybrid-scanning system brings a whole new level of performance and flexibility to ICP. What's more, that unprecedented performance comes with unparalleled ease-of-use. Unique hardware features and the industry’s most intuitive software combine to make multi-element measurements as easy as single-element analyses.
The smallest ICP on the market, Avio 200 offers efficient operation, reliable data, and low cost of ownership by delivering:
Download the brochure to learn more about the unique capabilities and benefits of PerkinElmer's Avio 200 hybrid-scanning ICP-OES.
The grain industry is very complex. It’s global, diverse, and can also present analytical challenges. Today’s grain users demand more when it comes to quality, safety, and uniformity. In addition, they seek diverse products with unique characteristics.
PerkinElmer is equipped to help the grain industry in its quest to feed the world – nutritiously and economically. Our testing and analysis solutions encompass the three primary areas required for complete knowledge of grains and their derivatives – composition, functionality, and safety.
Food testing labs like yours are constantly challenged with accurately analyzing samples quickly and efficiently - all while striving to reduce costs due to market forces. Your commitment to ensuring meat and seafood are safe for consumption, as demand increases, is an uphill battle.
Our commitment to you: to provide a range of solutions across multiple technologies, products, and services that meets or exceeds the testing needs of food processors. Our solutions offer more efficiency and increased accuracy and sensitivity for better yields in real time with minimal training.
From instrumentation and software to consumables and reagents to service and support, we are dedicated to providing you with end-to-end solutions that ease your everyday challenges of automation, throughput, service, and time to results.
The International Conference on Harmonization Guideline for Elemental Impurities Q3D (ICH Q3D) has established maximum permitted daily exposure limits for elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products. In combination with the U.S. Pharmacopeia’s (USP) Chapters <232> and <233> on elemental impurities, they redefined how the pharmaceutical and related supply-chain industries will measure, document, and comply with strict new standards to limit the presence of elemental impurities in drug products.
PerkinElmer provides the tools and processes you need to take control of impurities testing for both drug substances and drug products, providing proven, reliable technology for the identification and quantification of elemental impurities and the accurate measurement of residual solvents in accordance with strict regulatory guidelines.
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With instruments that are the industry standard worldwide, PerkinElmer accessories, consumables, methods and application support meet the most demanding requirements and are the preferred choice in thousands of laboratories globally.
Quality control-monitoring and testing are important in ensuring the quality of palm oil. The quality control parameters are used to judge the quality of palm oil products and it can be monitored and tested to ensure that the palm oil is not deliberately or accidentally adulterated.
The S20 series is the next generation of high-performance, robust, and agile autosamplers designed specifically for PerkinElmer’s spectroscopy platforms - atomic and molecular. The series is comprised of two autosamplers: the S23 with three racks and the S25 with five racks. They are designed to meet the needs of all types of laboratories requiring:
This guide provides a basic overview of the most commonly used atomic spectroscopy techniques and provides the information necessary to help you select the one that best suits your specific needs and applications.
All of the consumables and supplies for the PerkinElmer Avio 200 and 500 ICP-OES instruments.
Our High Throughput System (HTS) is a uniquely designed modular sample introduction that integrates with the NexION® series of ICP-MS and the Avio® series of ICP-OES to dramatically reduce sample-to-sample time, thereby improving sample throughput while maintaining operation simplicity. The HTS maximizes productivity by significantly reducing the time required for the sample uptake, stabilization, and washout.
This valve-driven system is fully integrated with the Syngistix platform, eliminating the need for third-party software. Using a metal-free fluid path, the system quickly delivers the sample to the plasma, providing excellent results. With simple programming and workflow, the NexION ICP-MS and Avio ICP-OES with HTS simplifies method development for high-throughput analyses, allowing you to dramatically increase the number of samples you can analyze per day.
ICP-OES is a rugged, robust technique capable of analyzing complex matrices containing percent levels of dissolved solids without the need for dilution. Nevertheless, to ensure accurate, robust analyses several challenges must be overcome. Two important obstacles are self-absorption by the plasma and dealing with the dissolved solids which are not vaporized in the plasma. PerkinElmer’s proprietary PlasmaShear™ technology is a fully integrated and automated interference-removal system that delivers problem-free axial analysis while protecting the optics from corrosion and deposition.
Learn more about the benefits of PlasmaShear technology, only available on the Avio® series ICP-OES – download the technical note.
PerkinElmer continues its tradition of excellence and leadership in ICP technology with our fourth-generation, free-running solid-state RF generator on the Avio® ICP-OES with maintenance-free Flat Plate™ plasma technology, using approximately half the argon of traditional helical coil systems.
A robust and stable plasma is essential when performing analytical analyses by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES). The plasma is traditionally generated by passing argon through a series of concentric quartz tubes (the ICP torch) within a helical, radio frequency (RF) induction coil. Once established, this highly-ionized argon plasma canreach temperatures as high as 10,000 K, allowing for complete atomization of the compounds within a sample and minimizing the potential for chemical interferences.
PerkinElmer's patented Flat Plate™ plasma technology for the Avio® series ICP-OES provides several advantages over traditional helical coil systems - while capable of accommodating the same sample introduction systems and achieving comparable analytical precision, Flat Plate technology achieves greater plasma robustness and stability because of its unique design, leading to less sample loss, greater analytical signal, lower argon consumption, and less maintenance.
Read more about the benefits of Flat Plate plasma technology - download the technical note.
PerkinElmer's Avio™ 200 ICP-OES gains its outstanding analytical performance from its novel optical system, including a unique double monochromator, dual backside-illuminated charge-coupled device (DBI-CCD) detector, real-time Dynamic Wavelength Stabiliz
The Avio® ICP-OES series incorporates a vertically oriented plasma with complete dual-viewing optics under computer and software control. Its Dual View technology optimizes axial and radial plasma viewing to the extended linear dynamic range, measuring high and low concentrations in the same run, regardless of wavelength. Any wavelength can be used in the radial, axial, or mixed viewing modes in a single method without sacrificing quality, truly offering the best of both worlds.
Read more about the benefits of Dual View technology on the Avio ICP-OES series spectrometers – download the technical note.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of face masks by the general public has become a critical personal protective measure to minimize person-to-person transmission. While health care workers use medical or surgical masks, the general population uses non-medical, otherwise known as hygienic, face masks to greatly reduce the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 by capturing droplets and aerosols from those infected with the virus.
In response to the increased demand for both the number and variety of non-medical face masks, many companies are now producing them to meet the public’s need, and with this great variety, the quality and the safety of the face masks must be assessed. This work describes the considerations surrounding metal analysis in hygienic face masks used to prevent the spread of COVID-19.