arun technology
a track record of success
Since it launched the world's first commercial portable diode array metals spectrometer in the 1980s, Arun Technology has led the world in the fast-growing market for portable and desk-top metals analysis systems. The '90s have seen the introduction of the Metalscan 1625, the world's top selling portable emission spectrometer, and the Metalscan 2000, introduced in 1995 the world's first desktop spectrometer combining low-cost flexible miniature CCD array technology with a high precision spark source. The Metalscan 1650 was introduced in 1996 and the Metalscan 2000F was launched in 1997. A year later Arun Technology unveiled the revolutionary Metalscan 3000. Heavy investment in research and development continues to ensure a steady flow of new, world-beating products from Arun Technology. The company maintains close links with universities and scientific institutions where Arun is involved in expanding the application of its CCD array technology within and beyond the metals industry.
The Metalscan 3000 is a fully portable, lightweight and compact spectrometer for high precision analysis of metals on-site. The Metalscan 3000 uses Arun proven and successful CCD-based technology to put even more analytical power into a small, lightweight package. The revolutionary optical system in the hand-held probe provides a spectrometer that is light, compact and extremely stable. With its high-sensitivity CCD detector, the Metalscan 3000 analyzes carbon, sulphur, phosphorous and other elements in one optic. With sophisticated electronics developed especially for it, the Metalscan 3000 is lighter, easier to use, more compact and more robust than any other metals analysis spectrometer, and delivers high-reliability performance, time after time. Without doubt the Metalscan 3000 is the world? most advanced portable spectrometer, yet it is competitively priced to appeal to a wide range of users. The Metalscan 3000 is aimed at users who need high precision analysis rather than semi-quantitative identification. It is easy to install and simple to use. It makes the most of Arun Technology powerful SPARCS software for data analysis and data handling, and can be supplied calibrated for a wide range of metals. Weighing just 16.5 kgs, it is supplied complete with a smart protective carrying case.
-Easy to use and robust
-weighs around 16.5kgs
-including probe and cables
-True multi-base capability
-Low capital and operating costs
-Fully quantitative analysis,pass/fail and grade identification Pass/fail rapid sorting
-Analysis of ferrous and non-ferrous metals;carbon, sulphur and phosphorous are standard in ferrous base
-Integral screen, printer and compact keyboard; optional full VGA screen
-Ergonomically designed for portability; supplied with carrying case
Optical system
-Unique high stability optics
-Miniature optical system in probe
-No fibre optic coupling
-Completely sealed against dust contamination
-Dispersion by holographic diffraction grating
-Wavelength range 170-400nm
-Linear CCD array detector with 2048 sensors
-Unlimited element channels selected by software
-Automatic profiling by software
High frequency argon-flushed spark source produces high precision results Excitation parameters automatically set according to analytical program Power only supplied while GO trigger is engaged
Optics housed in probe - no fragile fibre-optic coupling
Robust moulded resin housing
On-probe GO trigger and RESET/PRINT buttons
LED indicators for POWER, PASS and FAIL
On-probe alphanumeric display of grade ID and analysis results
  Simple multichoice menu

-Factory calibrated -User selectable number of burns for average calculation
-Deletion of bad burns from average
-Display of mean concentration and RSD or SD
-Automatic additive and multiplicative corrections
-User standardization
-Check burn system
-Flagging of results beyond calibration range
-Grade identification
-User configurable Type Standardization
-Pass/Fail rapid check system (option)

  Logging of results to floppy disk (option)
Storage and retrieval of results from internal hard disk drive (option)
Result transfer via serial port (option)
Simple to use Report Generator
  Case size (without probe): 170 x 400 x 317mm / 6.75" x 15.75" x 12.5" (W x H x D)
  Instrument, complete with probe and cables: 16.5kgs / 36lbs