An X-ray Fluorescence Analyzer works by exposing a sample to be measured to a beam of primary X-rays.

X-ray Fluorescence Analyzers are proven instruments for material analysis in a broad range of industries and applications

How does an X-ray Fluorescence Analyzer work?

The atoms of the sample absorb energy from the X-rays, become temporarily excited and then emit secondary X-rays. Each chemical element emits X-rays at a unique energy. By measuring the intensity and characteristic energy of the emitted X-rays, an X-ray Fluorescence Analyzer can provide qualitative and quantitative analysis regarding the thickness and composition of the material being tested. Click here to read more about XRF.

Applications and Industries for an X-ray Fluorescence Analyzer:

We provide a range of both benchtop and portable X-ray Fluorescence Analyzers to fulfil your specific needs.

Products In This Group

Coating Analysis - X-Strata

Coating Analysis - X-Strata

Coating thickness measurement and materials analysis to improve process and quality control

Metals, Mining, Soil, Compliance - Handheld XRF - X-MET7000 Series

Metals, Mining, Soil, Compliance - Handheld XRF - X-MET7000 Series

Handheld XRF analyser for fast, reliable and accurate materials analysis for a wide range of industries

Benchtop XRF Analyser - X-Supreme8000 (+ carousel)

Benchtop XRF Analyser - X-Supreme8000 (+ carousel)

High performance, multisample measurement with the benchtop XRF analyser X-Supreme8000 for process and quality control.

Benchtop XRF Analyser - Lab-X3500

Benchtop XRF Analyser - Lab-X3500

Robust, easy-to-use and field-proven benchtop XRF analyser for bulk analysis in the petrochemical, mining, minerals, cement, ceramics, cosmetics, wood treatment industry.

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