Oil Lubrication

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Solutions for the Oil Industry

Radom Corporation developed the solution for instrumentation on location with Microwave Indicatively Coupled Atmospheric Plasma – Optical Emission Spectrometer with 1000 W power (MICAP-OES 1000).

This innovated nitrogen-based plasma atomic spectroscopy instrument replaces the traditional argon generated plasma technology. MICAP-OES 1000 uses highly efficient Cerawave technology that replaces the electric water-cooled coil found in commercially available ICP-OES instruments today and does not require air or water cooling. [MICAP-OES 1000 can operate on 110V or 220V, drawing power from regular outlets]. Industrial grade nitrogen (99.98%) is much cheaper than argon. Nitrogen can be produced locally with a nitrogen generator which eliminates the problem of ongoing sourcing of gases. It eliminates the need for combustible gases in remote locations.

Features & Benefits

What can our instruments do for you?

  • Use robust nitrogen plasma with superior matrix tolerance.
  • Simultaneous measurement for fast analysis times.
  • Smallest footprint and light-weight design.
  • Reduced running cost/analysis.
  • Easy-to-use Windows-based graphical user interface of RIS software package.
  • The ability to display, store and recall spectra for every sample analyzed data display and reprocessing, without the need to rerun samples (original data is unchanged.)
  • Automated robust wavelength accuracy algorithm to ensure wavelength stability for extended sample runs.


Download additional information:

  • Determination of Wear Metals in Lubricating Oils Utilizing Microwave Inductively Coupled Atmospheric Pressure Plasma
  • Radom MICAP-OES 1000 Brochure

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