Fill the market of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy by delivering state-of-art technology.
Lightigo develops instruments designed with a focus on high performance, stability and user experience. While having more than 20 years of experience with the LIBS technique, we became part of many scientific articles in impacted journals. Our founding members established a recognized research group at the Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC).
The primary goal is satisfied customers. Customers that benefit from the speed, simplicity and adaptability of the LIBS technology. A technique that gives you more analytical options and makes your analysis much easier.
Our workhorse called FireFly brings you rapid multi-elemental analysis, depth profiling and chemical imaging. Due to the flexibility and capability of the LIBS technique, the potential applications of the FireFly are numerous. Our system can analyse samples from metals, tissues, geology, biology and plastic. What is more, no sample preparation is required.
So get the best of your research with us!
Lightigo: Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Equipment for Rapid Elemental Analysis
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