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Optional modules

Use Omnian standardless analysis to deal with applications where standards are unavailable or when qualitative screening measurements provide insufficient information. Use FingerPrint for quick material verification. Examples include positive material identification (PMI) analysis and pass/fail analysis to validate the authenticity of goods. Use Enhanced Data Security (EDS) to support compliancy with regulations like FDA 21 CFR Part 11 in combination with XRF analysis software. Use Stratos to analyze layered or coated samples by means of XRF. Omnian can be included when no bulk standards are available. Use Oil-Trace to analyze a wide variety of fuel-biofuel mixtures to new and used lubricating oils.


PANalytical offers data collection and analysis software for both XRF and XRD applications. Each PANalytical instrument is available with advanced and highly specialized software. This maximizes the effectiveness of the analysis that is performed with that particular instrument. There is a common philosophy behind all our software packages: they are easy to use, fully automatable for occasional users, fully customizable for experts; they come with comprehensive support, a liberal licensing policy designed to meet modern laboratory requirements and support of many data formats and instruments.

Our markets and industry solutions

Malvern Panalytical provides solutions for the chemical (which and how much of certain elements) and structural (in what molecular structure) analysis of a wide variety of materials. Our customers can be found in virtually all markets including building materials, metals, mining, food, pharma, cosmetics, polymers, oils, plastics, thin film metrology, nanomaterials and many more in industries and research. For all our customers we want to be a total solution supplier, not limited to the supply of our produced instruments but also of peripherals to run the instruments and also the expertise to get the best out of the customers’ investment. Our solutions are based upon analytical X-ray technologies like X-ray diffraction, X-ray scattering and X-ray fluorescence spectrometry but also neutron activation (PFTNA) and near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy.