Hitachi’s Vulcan Handheld metal analyzer is one of the fastest metals analyzers available today. All you have to do is squeeze the trigger to receive results in one second. This laser analyzer was built to last, even in the toughest scrapyard conditions.
With a simple user interface, Hatachi’s Vulcan handheld laser metal analyzer reduces user error to ensure that you receive far more accurate and consistent results.
The Vulcan allows you to identify and analyze a wide range of alloys including:
Operate it all day long an a single battery and without referring to a manual. The instrument is ready to go straight out of the box.
It’s compact, ergonomic and light(1.5 kg), making it comfortable for daily use. The screen is easy to read, even in direct sunlight.
Its measurement optics are protected by sapphire glass, one of the toughest materials available. It’s also splash water and dust proof(IP54 certified, NEMA 3 equivalent), and compiles with the ML-STD-810G military grade standard for ruggedness.
A reliable grade ID in just one second. When sorting aluminium alloys, Vulcan can be up to 10 times faster than XRF.
A much lower cost of ownership than an XRF analyser, which requires expensive licenses and time consuming radiation safety training classes.
With two different models, the Vulcan Smart and Vulcan Expert, you have a choice in cost-effective solutions to identify steel and nickel Alloys and receive results in a second. The Vulcan handheld laser analyzer come with up to 1500 per-installed grades. AISI, DIN, JIS and GIB libraries are included as standard. You can easily modify the existing libraries as well as add your own custom libraries.
|Features||Vulcan Smart||Vulcan Expert|
|Grade identification and full chemistry|
|Stainless steels, low alloy steels, tool steels, Ni alloys|
|Co, Cu, Pb, Sn, Ti, Zn alloys||Optional|
|AI and Mg alloys||N/A|
|Pre-burn to clean the sample surface|
|IP54 (NEMA 3 equivalent) dust and splash water protected|
|Full day operation with one battery*|
Periodic maintenance (PM) and calibration are essential tasks that you need to do on a regular basis to ensure that your equipment continues to function as intended.