Handheld XRF Analyzers have grown in popularity over the last decade because of their portability, pricing, and performance capabilities. These mobile x-ray fluorescence analyzers are the solution for a broad range of applications and are most popular when desktop models can't offer the benefit of portability, including alloy verification (PMI) and geological testing needs.
While handheld analyzers are based on the same basic principles as the desktop models, there are obvious differences between the styles. Some of the differences can affect Handheld XRF Service needs and long-term performance of handheld systems. Those differences include: