Mining & Minerals, Metallurgical, Environmental, Petrochemical, Radioactive Materials Research, Academic Research
Laboratory EDXRF Spectrometers With Secondary Targets
Xenemetrix’s laboratory Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometers offer the ultimate non- destructive solution in elemental analysis applications.
The Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) simultaneously delivers lower electronic noise and a higher count rates, which is translated into higher energy resolution and faster results in comparison with Si-PIN detector.
Eight secondary targets in the EX-6600 model provide maximum sensitivity for fast and precise quantification even in complex matrices such as alloy, plastic and geological samples. Targets are fully customizable to achieve sub-ppm detection limits in a wide variety of elements.
The versatile laboratory spectrometers can analyze liquids, solids, slurries, powders, pellets and air filters while the analytical chamber can accommodates sample of different shapes and sizes.
The integral design of the 10-position autosampler permits minimal human intervention while allowing automatic loading and unattended operation.
This fast, accurate, easy-to-use spectrometer is equipped with robust hardware and powerful analytical software to achieve low detection limits.
The multi-channel acquisition resolution provides superior peak-to-background ratio for improved detector response.
- Non-destructive elemental analysis Na (11) - U (92) from sub-ppm to 100% concentrations.
- Optional: SDD LE thin polymer window for improved light elements analysis.
- Up to 300W tube power combined with a Patented WAG ® (Wide Angle Geometry) technology create a powerful instrument any laboratory can only wish for.
- Easy to operate thanks to the proprietary nEXt™ software package.