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Flexible and safe automation for process control
Flexible and safe automation for process control

Historically, the automation of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) instruments has been limited to high-power wavelength dispersive (WD) XRF systems. However, more and more benchtop energy dispersive (ED) XRF spectrometers are sold into production control as cost-effective solutions because of improved performance. Recent advances in Epsilon 3X (ED)XRF spectrometers make them an attractive alternative in automated environments. The Epsilon 3X automation option is a simple and flexible solution interfacing your existing Epsilon 3 or new Epsilon 3X analyzer to any sample preparation equipment. The flexible sample introduction system is specifically designed to handle a variety of prepared samples coming from a belt, a robot or even from a manual input slide.

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Remote services

For almost three decades PANalytical has provided remote support for its instruments. Already in the mid-80s the renowned PW1404 was equipped with the first generation of remote availability. With this groundbreaking capability, service engineers were able to get a direct connection via a telephone line to the instrument. The latest remote support solution is now available with the Remote Assistance Suite for Axios and Zetium. Technology has changed dramatically since the first telephone line, but PANalytical’s drive to provide the ultimate customer satisfaction remains intact. Today’s Internet technology supports another step forward in terms of instrument availability.