contrAA®-Serie — Atomic Absorption. Redefined.

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The atomic absorption spectrometers of the contrAA® series are the only commercially available instruments for High-Resolution Continuum Source AAS (HR-CS AAS). As a link between standard AAS instruments and ICP-OES spectrometers contrAA® combines the best of two worlds: rapid sequential and simultaneous multi-element analysis, ease of handling and manageable costs.

The unique technology of the contrAA® provides significant analytical advantages over the traditional Line-Source AAS. Thanks to the Xenon short arc lamp, that emits a continuous spectrum at high intensity, any element and wavelength can readily be analyzed whenever the requirement occurs. The high-resolution spectrometer with CCD detector produces a highly resolved absorption spectrum for each sample, allowing not only quantitative evaluation of but also qualitative information about the sample.

With features like fast sequential and simultaneous multi-element analysis — including semi-quantitative overview screening of unknown samples, and analysis of non-metals — contrAA® opens up new application fields.

Modern correction algorithms for background and spectral interferences have taken productivity and accuracy of AAS to a new level.

contrAA® 800 series — superior technologies guarantee for excellent results

  • Multi Element
    One light source for fast sequential and simultaneous multi-element analysis
  • High-Resolution Optics
    Interference-free analysis and highest precision
  • HD Spectrum
    High-resolution 3D spectra display for detailed spectral information
  • Dynamic Mode
    Extended measurement range of up to 5 orders of magnitude