The new SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES analyzer represents a new pinnacle of productivity and performance for inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometers


    • One instrument instead of two: Only MultiView plasma instrument in the market ‒ true axial AND true radial plasma observation in a single instrument
    • ORCA Optical System: Simultaneous spectrum capture in the 130-770 nm wavelength range with up to 5x more sensitivity than Echelle based systems - delivers best in class performance in the UV/VUV range
    • LDMOS Generator: Up to 2000 W power and robust enough to handle volatile organics and high dissolved solids with ease

    The SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES excels in industrial and academic applications for the most advanced elemental analysis of metals, chemicals, petrochemicals, and other materials.

    The periscope-free MultiView mechanism lets an operator literally "turn" a radial-view instrument into an axial-view device, or vice-versa, in 90 seconds or less.

    The design of the SPECTRO ARCOS ensures exceptionally low operating costs over a long, reliable service life. And it packs a modern, ergonomic chassis with proven features such as no-purge UV-PLUS sealed gas purification technology, no-external-cooling OPI-Air Interface.

    Additional ICP-OES / ICP-AES instruments in SPECTRO’S comprehensive product line include SPECTROGREENSPECTROBLUE and SPECTRO GENESIS.


    Which plasma interface is best for your research: Axial-View, Radial View, Dual-View, or new MultiView?
    Webinar ICP-OES vs Flame-AAS

    Which ICP-OES optical technology offers superior performance: Echelle or ORCA?
    Webinar Echelle vs ORCA

    Considerations for High Performance Agronomy Analysis using ICP-OES
    Webinar Agronomy

    Elemental analysis of liquid petroleum products with ICP-OES and ED-XRF instruments

    Analysis of Liquid Petroleum
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