Fears associated with the long term health risks from exposure to toxic and harmful materials are increasing.

Using simple benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) test methods to measure fluoride in toothpaste, the spin finish on artificial fibres and fat in snack food is important for safety, product quality and efficiency.

Similarly, using X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) to measure toxic elements in children’s toys and jewellery is a simple and cost-effective test method that can be used anywhere from the manufacturing process through to the store shelf. Testing of these products is invaluable for the health and safety of the product and consumer.

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X-Strata920

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

Benchtop XRF Analyser - Lab-X3500

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

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 NMR Analyser - MQC

Benchtop NMR Analyser - MQC+

A range of cost-effective systems based on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for fast, easy, solvent-free measurement of oil, fat, moisture, fluorine and emulsions.

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