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XRF analyzer X-Supreme8000
materialsbenchtopfor aeronautics

XRF analyzer
XRF analyzer
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for aeronautics, XRF, X-ray fluorescence


XRF analysis (X-ray fluorescence) with the highly flexible and powerful energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometer X-Supreme8000 and LAB-X5000 for quality assurance and process control requirements across a diverse range of applications; e.g. Petroleum & oil, wood treatment, minerals, mining, cosmetics, Cement, paper. Why choose Hitachi benchtop XRF analyzers? Results you can trust An integrated sample spinner rotates the sample during the measurement, ensuring results are repeatable, even for inhomogeneous samples such as powders. User error is minimized: the energy dispersive spectrometer is easy to use with a simple one-button start, intuitive user interface and a large, easy to read display. Low running costs Helium usage and costs are kept to a minimum - the majority of measurements can be taken in ambient air atmosphere. Few consumables are needed and maintenance costs are extremely low, especially when compared to other methods, like ICP. Ruggedness built in An automated turntable moves the sample away from key EDXRF analyzer components to minimize the risk of damage and ensure low maintenance costs. The analyzer is built with robust, field- proven components and an industrial grade PC. These features mean that the benchtop XRF range is tough enough to use in the harshest of production facilities. Both EDXRF spectrometers come with factory warranties. We offer a standard 1-year warranty on the Lab-X5000 and an extended 3-year warranty on the X-Supreme8000*. Fast quality control Rapid analysis means that our analyzers can be used at any stage of production for quick feedback on materials composition and quality.


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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.