GDA 750 HR - High-End-Line

The ultimate device in its class

750 HR

Brief description

The GDA 750 HR stands as the most powerful GDOES spectrometer in its class, making it an ideal solution for research and development applications. Its innovative modular concept enables versatile configurations to suit your specific needs. Moreover, the GDA 750 HR offers the unique capability of analyzing both conductive and electrically non-conductive samples, setting it apart as a versatile and cutting-edge analytical instrument.

Highest level of accuracy

Precise measurement of ultrathin layer/thin film thickness and accurate determination of layer weight.

Bulk analyis

Measurement of the chemical composition of coatings, substrates and complex bulk materials.

GDA 750 HR

With its ability to detect up to 79 element channels through photomultiplier tubes, the GDA 750 HR glow discharge spectrometer excels in handling challenging applications. It offers unparalleled flexibility, exceptional detection limits, and analytical precision, even for the thinnest layers. To expand its capabilities further, optional high-resolution Spectruma® CCD optics allow for the inclusion of nearly limitless element channels in your analytical tasks. Standard features of the GDA 750 HR include a scroll pump for hydrocarbon-free measurements and a high-frequency glow discharge source, enabling the analysis of electrically non-conductive samples. For samples that are difficult to excite, plasma spark ignition provides an easier analysis solution. With these features, the GDA 750 HR is engineered to meet the most demanding analytical requirements.

From heat treatment to complex multilayer systems, the GDA 750 HR's fast PMTs detect layers below 100 nm with the highest precision.

Areas of application

  1. The PMTs' rapid data acquisition enables detection of layers below 100 nm.

  2. Depth measurements extend down to 200 μm.

  3. Fast data acquisition allows depth profiles, even for non-conductive layers like nanometer-thick oxides.

  4. Comprehensive content analysis of metals and metal alloys.

  5. Capability to analyze non-conductive samples, including ceramics, glass, and paint layers.

  6. Calibration curves exhibit excellent linearity.

  7. Measurement of curved and unusually shaped samples.

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