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The XRF spectroscopy is widely used for the qualitative and quantitative elemental analysis of environmental, geological, biological, industrial and other samples. Compared to other competetitive techniques, such as Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS), Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectroscopy (ICPS) and Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA), XRF has the advantage of being non-destructive, multi-elemental, fast and cost-effective. Furthermore, it provides a fairly uniform detection limit across a large portion of the Periodic Table and is applicable to a wide range of concentrations, from a 100% to few parts per million (ppm). Its main disadvantage is that analyses are generally restricted to elements heavier than fluorine.

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Featured Equipment
The Epsilon 1 from PANalytical is designed to be the most powerful benchtop XRF spectrometer in its class. It is a fully integrated, compact, energy dispersive XRF analyzer with a spectrometer, built-in computer and touch screen. ‘Out of the box’ and pre-calibrated analytical solutions are provided for many elemental analysis applications.
Other Equipment
The superior analytical performance of the S8 TIGER results from the innovative optimized X-ray optics. While the new high-intensity X-ray tube excites the sample even more efficiently, novel analyser crystals for different elements and specific applications improve detection limits, precision and resolution. The high analytical performance and innovative ease of use of the S8 TIGER come in a very compact, attractive design.
The high-performance SDD detector and optimized hardware of the EDX-7000 and 8000 spectrometers from Shimadzu achieve an increased level of sensitivity, energy resolution and analysis speed that could not be attained previously. Detection from 6C is also possible with the EDX-8000 system.
In industry, research and sciences, various elemental analysis tasks require a non-destructive measuring system that is highly sensitive and provides a tiny measuring spot.
PANalytical provides data collection and analysis software that can be used for both XRD and XRF applications. All PANalytical instruments are available with the advanced and highly specialized software, thereby increasing the effectiveness of the analysis.
The Thermo Scientific ARL PERFORM’X X-ray fluorescence (XRF) sequential spectrometer is a sophisticated platform to enable accurate and rapid analysis of up to 90 elements in nearly any solid or liquid sample.
The 2830 ZT wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) wafer analyzer offers the ultimate capability for measuring film thickness and composition.
Elvatech is proud to introduce The ElvaX ProSpector, the latest XRF system to join our family of handheld XRF Analyzers.
Tribogenics' Watson handheld X–ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer is an innovative RF technology developed for the identification of metal alloys. The XRF analyzer is designed to cut costs for businesses involved in metal alloy identification. Its reliability prevents the use of out-of-specification alloys in areas such as scrap recycling, machining, manufacturing and fabrication.
The new SPECTRO XEPOS spectrometer represents a quantum leap in energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence technology. It provides breakthrough advances in multi-elemental analysis of major, minor, and trace element concentrations. New developments in excitation and detection deliver outstanding sensitivity and detection limits — yielding remarkable gains in precision and accuracy.
The ZSX Primus IV from Rigaku is a high performance wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometer. The tube-above sequential WDXRF instrument provides fast and efficient quantitative analysis of minor and major atomic elements.
A fully integrated X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer, the Epsilon 5 combines advanced elemental excitation capabilities with sophisticated instrument control and analytical software.
The S2 PICOFOX is the world’s first portable bench top spectrometer for rapid semi-quantitative and quantitative multi-element micro-analysis of suspensions, liquids, contaminations and solids using the principle of total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.
Non-destructive elemental analysis is essential when testing different sample types. It is important when determining the age or origin of precious art objects and for studying objects that are used as proof in forensic sciences.
The Rigaku NEX QC+ QuantEZ is a cost-effective, Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) elemental analyzer that provides wide elemental coverage using easy-to-learn Windows®-based QuantEZ software.
The Thermo Scientific ARL 9900 IntelliPower series of X-ray spectrometers is the most capable and highly versatile ever offered for process control.
The Thermo Scientific ARL SMS-2500 system is compact and easy to install and implements the latest automation technologies in order to exceed the expectations of modern steelworks laboratories.
The ElvaX Light SDD Spectrometer is a desktop energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) analyzer with extended element range from Na (Z=11) to U (Z=92). The Helium purge system and the automatic primary filter changer combined with the large area SDD detector are used to allow effective registration of the light elements spectra.
To process simultaneously several samples and guarantee continuity to the service with rapid response time, the standard solution is to employ two separate instruments. Thermo Scientific ARL SMS-3500 is an automated OES XRF analyzer which overcome this problem.
The MAXXI6 from Oxford Instruments is designed for coating thickness measurement, which is based on X-ray fluorescence (XRF), a well-established analytical method.
Micro-XRF is the method of choice for the non-destructive and high-sensitivity elemental analysis of various samples that include irregular and inhomogeneous samples.
The MAXXI 5 benchtop coating thickness and material analyzer is part of the Eco series. The Eco series from Oxford Instruments comprises the COMPACT Eco, MAXXI Eco and MAXXI 5, which are all based on X-ray fluorescence technology (XRF).
The new Supermini200 - the world's only high-power benchtop sequential wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometer - has improved software capabilities as well as a better footprint.
The new Rigaku NEX DE is a premium benchtop Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) elemental analyzer, offering extensive elemental coverage along with Windows®-based QuantEZ software, which is easy to understand.
The Bruker M6 JETSTREAM is developed for non-destructive elemental analysis of large samples. The instrument mobility permits it to be placed at the place of the object of interest such as a museum, gallery or shop floor.
The Elvatech Spectrometer "ElvaX mini" is a compact desktop energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) alloys analyzer. It is right and affordable solution for jewelry industry, alloy sorting, express QC in metallurgy. The accuracy of determining concentrations is better than 0.3% for metal alloys.
The FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® is an X-Ray spectrometer for quantitative materials analysis. Due to the broad range of detectable elements from Aluminum to Uranium, the array of applications for the FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY XAN® stretches from industry to science.
The latest instrument in Rigaku's ZSX series, the ZSX Primus continues the tradition of delivering accurate results in a timely and seamless manner, with unsurpassed reliability, flexibility, and ease of use to meet any challenges in today's laboratory. With Rigaku's experience in anticipating and exceeding customer expectations, the ZSX Primus is the #1 answer to ALL your X-ray needs.
The new Epsilon 1 for research and education provides pre-programmed ‘out-of-the-box’ XRF analysis from simple element identification and quantification to more sophisticated analysis.
The wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) technique is a highly flexible analytical technique for the elemental analysis of solids and liquids.
Epsilon 3X is a range of benchtop energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometers, powered by the latest advances in excitation and detection technology.
The Axios FAST is PANalytical’s superior quality simultaneous WDXRF spectrometer. It is constructed on the robust Axios platform and is designed for quick analysis and increased sample throughput applications where speed of analysis means money.
Elvatech Ltd have introduced the ElvaX Mobile, a portable EDXRF analyzer for testing all kinds of materials. Sampling tray as in a benchtop instrument allows for convenient placement of x-cells. High resolution SDD detector and the absence of collimators ensure high count rate, which is crucial for quick detection of trace elements.
Sample preparation is an essential stage in the analysis process. Methodology is highly dependent upon sample type: rocks and ore, cement, clinker or slag for example. With the innovative, cost-effective Eagon 2 system, PANalytical brings the advantages of a high-performance, fully automated fusion instrument for fused bead sample preparation to all users.
The M1 MISTRAL is a compact spectrometer for analyzing bulk layers and materials using X-ray fluorescence technology.
The X-Supreme8000 is a highly flexible, compact, powerful energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometer for quality assurance and process control requirements across a diverse range of industries.
Each instrument of the Axios range of spectrometers is easily incorporated into an automated environment.
The novel AZX 400 sequential wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometer from Rigaku was especially designed for handling heavy or large samples.