Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo Handheld Analyzer



Introducing Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo Handheld Analyzer

• Niton Apollo is a handheld LIBS (Laser
Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) analyzer.
• Thermo Scientific’s first handheld analyzer
capable of measuring carbon.
• Low Alloy Carbon Steel mode will launch in
2018, followed by additional modes post
• Currently undergoing beta testing, and
feedback to date has been very promising.

Thermo Scientific Niton Apollo Handheld Analyzer General Performance

• Analysis time of just 11 seconds
• Capable of quantifying Carbon in low
alloy and carbon seels
• Also measures/calculates: Mn, Si, Cr,
Mo, V, Cu, Ni, Al, Ti, W, Carbon
Equivalency (CE), and other pseudo
• Able to quantify and sort carbon steel.

Niton Apollo Specifications and Features

• Similar overall handheld design to XL5
• Weighs ~ 6 lbs
• Hinged Screen Design
• Battery Life 3-5 hours
• Hot Swappable, Milwaukee battery
• Features micro and macro cameras to
support sample positioning and

User Interface:
• Large touchscreen for easy operation
• Consistent on device user interface with XL5
• Same keypad layout as XL5 for scrolling
• Displays data as single readings or in
averaging mode

Niton Apollo Stormcase and Accessories

• 1 Instrument
• 2 M18 batteries
• 5 argon cylinders shipped separately
• Clear plastic box for spare nose seals,
carabiner, and other misc. accessories
• Plastic containers for samples
• 1 Pocket on lid of case for Quick Start Guide,
USB cable, etc.
• Additional items: battery charger, power
pack, cleaning kit


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Cost: Free
Estimated Delivery Time: Product will delivery in 4-6 business hours

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