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Elemental & Spectroscopy

The modern-day industry needs are diverse and application-specific. BCL’s solutions in Elemental and Spectroscopy are inclusive of micro-level compositions and unique destructive & non-destructive techniques that will form the basis of the next generation industry in Scientific Research and Industry 4.0 solutions.


Our offering covers applications-based solutions for Metal, Chemicals, Polymers, Environmental, Food & Agriculture, Minerals and Mining, Petrochemical, Semiconductors, Nanotech, Pharmaceuticals and more.

Handheld-Portable XRF Spectrometry

Handheld / Portable XRF Spectrometry

Handheld / Portable XRF analyzers are capable to quantify or qualify almost any element from Magnesium to Uranium depending on specific configurations of the instruments.

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Handheld / Portable XRF Spectrometry

Handheld / Portable XRF Spectrometry

XRF stands for x-ray fluorescence which is a process in which electrons are displaced from their atomic orbital positions and release energy burst which is characteristic of a specific element. By the detector in the XRF instrument, this release of energy is then registered which...

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Raman spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy is an analytical technique in which the scattered light is used for measuring the vibrational energy modes of a sample. It offers significant advantages for the investigation of materials over other analytical techniques.

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Raman spectroscopy
Raman spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy

The non-destructive chemical analysis technique of Raman Spectroscopy offers in-depth information about the chemical phase, structure and polymorphy, molecular interactions, and crystallinity. It is mainly based on the interaction of light along with the interaction of molecules. It is mainly dependent on ...

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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy is an analytic technique that uses a highly energetic laser pulse to atomise and activate the samples. This atomic spectroscopy technique offers compelling advantages for identifying and investigating raw materials.

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LASER-INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY

LASER-INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS)

Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is a technology for rapid analysis of chemical which uses a short laser pulse for creating a micro-plasma on the surface of the sample. This exceptional analytical technique can offer several compelling advantages when compared with other techniques of elemental ...

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RDE-OES Elemental analyzer

RDE-OES Elemental analyser is a proven technique to determine the elemental composition in coolant, lubricating oil, light or heavy fuels, grease and others with utmost accuracy.

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RDE-OES Elemental analyzer
Spark OES elemental analyzer

Spark OES elemental analyzer

Optical emission spectrometers (OES) and the measuring principle of the atomic emission is the ideal method and provides the perfect instrumentation for metal analysis in all different industrial businesses and environments.

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Spark OES elemental analyzer

Spark OES elemental analyzer

The measuring principle of the atomic emission, Optical emission spectrometers (OES) are ideal methods and offer the perfect instrumentation for analysis of metal in all the various industrial environments and businesses. In industries of metal production like aluminum plants, steel-copper, foundries, and ...

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Oil in Water/Soil Analyzer

Oil in Water/Soil Analyzer is an important tool that ensures that the oil content levels are below the regulated limit in water, soil, and drill cuttings.

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Oil in Water/Soil Analyzer
Oil in Water/Soil Analyzer

Oil in Water/Soil Analyzer

The primary principle of Oil in Water Analyzer is when a UV light source passed via the oil in a water sample, and then the molecules of oil can get excited into a higher energy level. The excited molecule will then get back to its normal state of lower energy level, and during this process, the molecules ...

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