Achieve rapid material characterization and analysis to ensure product chemistry specifications are met. X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) technology is the gold-standard for accurate, nondestructive elemental analysis in a wide range of applications including cement, metals, mining, petroleum, chemicals, environmental and food.
Achieve qualitative and quantitative analysis for process and quality control. Laboratory-based XRF systems can evaluate all kinds of materials and sample types. They are used in analytical laboratories for applications as diverse as cement manufacturing, metallurgy, mining, geology and geochemistry, petroleum, polymers, glass and ceramics, semiconductors, paints and chemicals, forensics investigations, and environmental applications.
Get lab-quality results in the field. Portable XRF analyzers have become the standard for non-destructive elemental analysis in a wide range of applications. These systems are routinely used for rapid quality control inspection and analysis to ensure product chemistry specifications are met. Lightweight and easy to use, these instruments provide instant analysis in any field environment.
Explore this on demand series of 5 webinars on materials science applications using X-ray diffraction (XRD) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF). Each webinar is 30 minutes or less, covering applications:
Enhancing Productivity and Value of Mineral Sources Using XRD/XRF
Learn the benefits of using X-ray diffraction and X-ray fluorescence for mineral identification and quantification in exploration, processing and refinement, from laboratory to in-field deployment.
Advanced XRF Applications in Geochemistry and Mining Analysis
Discover how WDXRF can be used with standard-less analysis and fully calibrated methods, along with small spot and mapping, to create a complete profile of the mineralogy of geochemical and mining samples.
Increased Analysis Sensitivity and Safety for Liquids
Learn about advancements in XRF instrumentation to provide not only enhanced analysis and system safety but also increased sensitivity, resolution, and limits of detection for liquids analysis, e.g. in petroleum industry.