EDXRF Provides Accuracy and Flexibility for Steel Producers

Modern SDD-based EDXRF is an often overlooked, yet highly versatile, technology tool for primary metal producers, like the steel industry. SPECTRO EDXRF spectrometers offer a degree of analytical flexibility not found in the "standard" XRF process tools, mastering the modern challenge of an increasing array of non-routine analysis requirements.

Where the process XRF tool is usually focused on a limited range of elements for specific applications - SPECTRO EDXRF spectrometers offer a virtually unlimited range of applications based on widely varying elemental compositions:

  • The ultimate elemental screening tool: SPECTRO's proprietary TurboQuant software, in combination with SPECTRO XEPOS, unlocks the elemental composition mystery of virtually any sample; be it liquid, solid or powder
  • On top of analyzing and sorting revert metal scrap on the fly, the analysis and screening of Ferro-alloys is quick and fast using the handheld SPECTRO xSORT.
  • More than just a back-up: Depending on the sample preparation, the benchtop SPECTRO XEPOS, on SPECTRO iQ II too, can deliver results for slags that rival the big process instruments.

Interested? Visit our recently re-launched website - www.spectro.com to discover more.

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