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Training & education

Comprehensive application training courses are intended for participants who want to get in-depth training of analytical techniques of XRF and/or XRD, operation of the PANalytical instruments and the software, analysis methods, as well as, sample preparation methods. That is why our courses are composed of an extensive hands-on and theoretical sessions. During the training course, customers can get a wealth of suggestions for the improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of their laboratory work, as well as, solutions for practical problems and questions they face daily.

Addressing the unique challenges of mining in South America
Addressing the unique challenges of mining in South America

As reported by Katherine Macchiarola, Marketing Manager for the Americas
Katherine recently attended the mining conference Exponor in Chile and found it to be an immense display and technical program. And in and amongst the huge mining                                                                                machinery and vendors of everything was PANalytical.

Unique device for in situ experiments in capillary geometry

Oxford Cryosystems PheniX is a unique solution for X-ray diffraction at extremely low temperatures. It is a compact closed-cycle helium cryostat enabling a temperature range from 25 °C (298 K) down to - 261 °C (12 K) with a temperature uniformity across the sample of 0.1 degree. It takes only 40 minutes to cool down to 20 K and an additional 20 minutes to reach a temperature of 12 K. Thanks to the design there is virtually no consumption of helium. Sample preparation and exchange is quick and easy.

Unique compact attachment for thin film analysis at low temperature

Anton Paar DCS 350 is a unique compact high-temperature device allowing tilt and rotation of the sample with respect to the X-ray beam for advanced thin film applications and residual stress and texture measurements. The optimized design of the heater/cooling plate guarantees high temperature uniformity along the sample and accurate temperature measurement and control in the entire temperature range, from -100 to 350 ºC. Full rotation of the attachment is possible only above 0 ºC, as below this temperature the hoses supplying liquid nitrogen to the stage for cooling are freezing and hence restricting sample rotation. The X-ray- transparent half-circle dome over the sample enables a large field of view.

Unique device for experiments at extremely low temperatures

Oxford Cryosystems PheniX is a unique solution for X-ray diffraction at extremely low temperatures. It is a compact closed-cycle helium cryostat enabling a temperature range from 25 °C (298 K) down to - 261 °C (12 K) with a temperature uniformity across the sample of 0.1 degree. It takes only 40 minutes to cool down to 20 K and an additional 20 minutes to reach a temperature of 12 K. Thanks to the design there is virtually no consumption of helium. Sample preparation and exchange is quick and easy.