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Elemental Analyzers (XRF | PMI | LIBS) For Purchase

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis is a non-destructive method used to determine the elemental composition of materials.

Thermo Scientific Niton handheld XRF analyzers offer a comprehensive range of capabilities. They excel at identifying alloys, detecting tramp elements, examining precious metals, providing geochemical information, and determining coating weight and plating thickness.

These versatile XRF analyzers find application in various industries:

Scrap metal recycling: Ideal for sorting and categorizing scrap metals.
Oil and gas: Enables positive material identification (PMI) of piping materials.
Precious metal recycling: Determines the grade of precious metals and prevents the inclusion of deleterious metals in the recycling process.
Automotive & aerospace: Ensures quality control of metallic and coated parts.
Metal fabricating: Enables non-destructive elemental analysis to prevent the use of incorrect or off-spec metals and alloys in manufacturing processes.
Mining & exploration: Helps identify and recover economically viable resources.
Construction & environmental engineering: Assists in risk assessment, hazardous site modeling, and remediation quality control.
In addition to XRF analysis, our MFE Inspection Solutions also offers handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analyzers. These analyzers employ a highly concentrated laser to ablate the surface of a sample and determine its elemental composition.

Our handheld LIBS analyzers, backed by MFE Inspection Solutions’ expertise of over 50 years in working with handheld XRF analyzers, can measure key elements like carbon equivalence. Carbon equivalence analysis provides crucial insights into a steel’s susceptibility to cold cracking (hydrogen cracking) and estimates the hardenability of the heat-affected zone (HAZ) within welds.

For specific and demanding applications, our team of qualified MFE specialists can guide you in selecting the most suitable XRF analyzer or element spectrum. Contact us today for more information on our XRF analyzers, including the Niton XRF Analyzer and handheld XRF machines or guns, as well as XRF testing services.

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