The Cement edition of Aeris/Gallery
The design of HTK 2000N is optimized for in situ powder X-ray diffraction in reflection geometry at extremely high temperatures, for the study of dynamic structural changes, phase transformations, chemical reactions, annealing and aging processes of heat-resistant compounds.
PANalytical application packages support industry’s drive towards standardization and procedural transparency.
The CEMOXI standards set is suited for a wide variety of cement materials and the raw materials used in its manufacture, including: limestones iron ore, clay/shales and gypsum.
This is PANalytical’s X-ray diffractometer for everyone in the cement industry. It’s fully automatable and can easily be incorporated in industrial production control.
• No need for expensive acids • No need for liquid nitrogen • No sample preparation, just place the sample directly into the spectrometer. • Expensive standards (like air filters) are not destroyed after the analysis and can be re-used as quality control or validation samples. • Low maintenance through high-quality X-ray tube and silicon drift detector
This highly efficient one-position fusion instrument is ready to use right out of the box and leads to optimized method development.
Epsilon 1 is pre-calibrated in the factory for analysis of phosphorus, sulfur, calcium and zinc in unused lubricating oil in compliance with the latest ASTM D6481 test methods.
The SEMI Equipment Communications Standard (SECS) to Generic Equipment Model (GEM) interface is the semiconductor industry's standard for equipment-to-host communications. GEM200 is the PANalytical software module that enables users of PANalytical XRF metrology systems to easily and reliably interface with the wafer production host in compliance with the SECS/GEM standard. In an automated wafer production environment the interface can start and stop equipment processing, collect measurement data, change variables and select recipes for products. Developed by the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) organization, the standards define a common set of equipment behavior and communications capabilities.