Flame photometer

Flame Photometer

Flame Photometer - a definition

A Flame Photometer is a device that is used in inorganic chemical analysis to determine the concentration of metal ions like Sodium (Na) - Potassium (K) - Lithium (Li) - Calcium (Ca) - Barium (Ba).

The instrument uses a controlled flame test with an intensity of the flame colour quantified by photoelectric circuitry. The liquid sample is introduced, at a constant rate, to the flame. The filters will select which colours the photometer will detect and also which other ions to exclude.

Customer comments

"My experience I have made with the BWB-XP Flame Photometer is, that it is easy to install, easy to handle, gives accurate measurements and with the software the operator has a better summary of the work he has done in the Lab. The excellent service of BWB- Technologies and the excellent performance of the instrument makes the BWB-XP Flame Photometer the "best Flame Photometer which is on the market" . At the moment no competitor can beat this instrument in performance and price."

Wolfgang Glock-THG-Glock Instruments, Germany

"My company has been supplying instruments to Australian customers for 33 years , and our experience with flame photometry goes back to the old E.E.L.(uk) units. The BWB instrument is the most advanced I have seen. Even inexperienced customers have no trouble installing the instrument without supervision , by simply following the clear and user friendly instruction manual. I have found BWB's application and technical support "second to none"."

Murdoch Macaskill, Daintree Scientific, Australia.

"We are very happy so far with the purchase of our BWB-XP flame photometer. We are using the unit for a colours application and had upgraded from a older Sherwood model. I carry out 5 point calibrations on each ion and these calibrations appear to hold from first thing in the morning until the end of the day. The BWB-XP produces accurate values and the ability to measure 5 elements simultaneously is less time consuming than the older instrument and has, on occasion, flagged up the presence of ions which we were not expecting to see and may not have been looking for on the older instrument."

Richard Griffiths
Process Technology
Lab 5
Fujifilm Imaging Colorants Ltd


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