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X-ray fluorescence

Elemental Analysis, Process and Quality Control

XRF analysis – one of the best analytical techniques to perform elemental analysis in all types of samples, one of the best analytical techniques to perform elemental analysis in all kinds of samples, no matter if liquids, solids or loose powders must be analyzed.


XRF combines highest accuracy and precision with simple and fast sample preparation for the analysis of elements from beryllium (Be) to uranium (U) in the concentration range from 100 % down to the sub-ppm-level.


Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) is the best choice for dedicated applications in quality and process control due to the ease of use and its compact size. It provides analytical flexibility for research and monitoring tasks.


Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (WDXRF) is known for its unrivalled precision and reliability. This robust analytical technology has made its way into all kinds of industrial applications, such as cement, polymers, refineries, mining, and industrial minerals.


Handheld XRF

Handheld X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers have the ability to quantify or qualify almost any element from magnesium to uranium, depending on the specific configurations of the instrument.


Portable XRF spectrometers allow you to take a battery-powered analyzer to a sample, rather than bringing a sample into a laboratory. This is especially useful when the test sample is large and heavy or needs to be analyzed on site.


Micro-XRF i TXRF

Micro-XRF fluorescence spectrometry (Micro-XRF) is the method of choice for the elementary analysis of inhomogeneous or irregular sample shapes. Total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (TXRF) is the best method for analyzing trace elements on a wide range of samples.