New equipment: Laser elemental analyzer LEA-S500

Within the framework of a grant from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Project 075-15-2021-677) new equipment was supplied to the UCSU "Modern Nanotechnologies" - Laser elemental analyzer LEA‑S500 produced by SOL instruments. 

SOL instruments has been developing this type of equipment for more than twenty years and supplies competitive innovative equipment for research and industry to more than 50 countries around the world.

The operation of the device is based on the SELA (laser atomic emission spectroscopy) method, which provides high-precision multi-element analysis of the chemical composition of the sample in real time.

Laser elemental analyzer allows to detect chemical elements from H to U in a measuring range from 0.01 ppm to 100% in a matter of minutes. LEA-S500 is a unique system that combines innovative technologies in the field of spectral, measuring, digital and laser equipment, as well as software.

The modern atomic-emission spectral instrument LEA-S500 is an ideal tool for research, development of new materials and their processing techniques, as well as quality control at all stages of the industrial production process. The unique capabilities of analyzer make it possible to measure the concentrations of chemical elements in glasses, metals and alloys, analyze the distribution of impurity element concentrations in heterogeneous materials, determine the chemical composition of inclusions, as well as measure various contaminants in building materials, and much more.

The tool is used for qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative analysis of the elemental composition of raw materials, components, additives, impurities, inclusions at all stages of production, as well as for the control of finished products at factories. In addition, the LEA-S500 is widely used in scientific research in institutes and various laboratories.







Training of SOL Instruments engineer of employees of the UCSU "Modern Nanotechnologies" was conducted


30 November 2021