Elemental Analysis through ED-XRF Spectrometers
Energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) provides precise and efficient answers to real world analytical challenges by melding the latest technological developments with innovative engineering. Eastern Applied Research is pleased to provide XRF spectrometers from Oxford Instruments that are proven to offer the precision and efficiency required in elemental analysis. Featuring two systems, the LabX-3500 and X-Supreme8000, quantification of solids, liquids, and powders to meet a variety of indusrial test method specifications can be simple, fast, and reliable.
Petroleum/Petrochemical Testing: measure factors such as the concentration of elements in lubricating oil, sulfur in oils and fuels, and monitoring of recycled waste oil. Confirms to ASTM D4294, ISO20847, ISO8754, and IP336.
Wood Treatment: for both wood preservative solutions and wood for recycling. Liquids and powders can easily be analyzed for the quantification of Copper, Chrome, and other elements.
Industrial Minerals Analysis: analyze geological materials that are mined for commercial value, such as Bauxite, Limestone, Kaolin, etc
Cosmetics: chemical analysis to insure conformance to product specification, safety, and cost-effective manufacturing.
Cement Process Control: XRF analysis can be used at many stages of the cement analysis process, from raw materials at the quarry, to intermediate products (clinker, gypsum, limestone) and the finished cement product.
Other Common Applications: paper quality control, education and academic, agriculture/food
Eastern Applied Research provides years of spectroscopic innovation and experience; providing quality and cost effective solutions to elemental analysis needs through XRF technology - request a conversation about your material analysis here.
- Detection System Comparison Sheet: discussion of the options in material analysis; including detection limits
- ED-XRF offers laboratories an efficiency that other analytical methods can not. Two blog entries highlight this:
Sample Preparation Guidelines for XRF Spectrometers
Multiple Conditions Efficiency Blog
Turret Stage Benefits Blog