A LIBS analyzer is a handheld device used to complete in-depth, laser-focused analysis. Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a testing method that uses a laser to measure and analyze a sample. These analyzers allow technicians to measure lighter elements, including carbon.
LIBS Analyzer Features
- Light element capability
- User-friendly applications
- Handheld, portable design
- Carbon detection
- Fast Grade ID
What Is The Difference Between LIBS and XRF?
LIBS and x-ray fluorescence (XRF) devices are often used together. Using both products allows operators to measure a range of elements, but LIBS and XRF analyzers
differ in a number of ways. For example, LIBS analyzers are destructive and require more upkeep for cleaning, sample preparation, and setup. LIBS analyzers can also measure lighter elements. In contrast, XRF devices are non-destructive and require less upkeep.
Choosing The Right LIBS Test Equipment
LIBS devices require more upkeep than XRF devices, making renting an ideal option for projects. ATEC will handle the upkeep, so customers can just focus on using the equipment. To learn more about ATEC’s LIBS rental options, reach out to an ATEC rental agent today. We can help you decide on the best LIBS or XRF solution for your testing requirements.