Hollow Cathode Lamp

Haraeus Hollow Cathode Discharge Lamps Designed For Use In Atomic Absorption (AA) Instruments.

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Hollow Cathode Lamp

Hollow cathode lamps (HCL) are discharge lamps designed for use in Atomic Absorption (AA) instruments. They consist of a cathode made from the element of interest, an anode and an inert filler gas contained in a glass envelope. Heraeus offers the widest selection of single- and multielement coded / non-coded in low and high-current, 37 mm and 50 mm lamps in the industry.

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Hollow Cathode Replacement Finder

Hollow cathode lamps (HCL) are discharge lamps designed for use in Atomic Absorption (AA) instruments. They consist of a cathode made from the element of interest, an anode and an inert filler gas contained in a glass envelope. Heraeus offers the widest selection of single- and multielement coded / non-coded in low and high-current, 37 mm and 50 mm lamps in the industry.

Heraeus hollow cathode lamps are available both for OEMs and as a replacement lamp by discerning users the world over. The range includes standard lamps and data-coded versions for PerkinElmer and ThermoFisher atomic absorption spectrometers. Lamps for use with Smith-Hieftje background correction can also be offered:

  • 70 single-element lamps
  • More than 120 multi-element lamps with up to seven combined elements
  • Customary diameters 1 ½” and 2″
  • Low-current and high-current versions
  • Standard and encoded lamps
  • Available for OEMs and end users
  • Long life due to higher gas volume
  • Clear signals and low distortion due to special cathode technology
  • Can be used for almost any AA instrument

 

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