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Axios FAST/Specifications

The Axios FAST spectrometer is equipped with PANalytical’s advanced SST-mAX X-ray tube. SST-mAX features groundbreaking ZETA technology, which eliminates the effects of X-ray tube aging – by far the largest contributor to instrument drift especially for light elements. This ensures that ‘new tube’ performance is maintained throughout the tube’s lifetime and there is no need for recalibration over long periods of time. Together with the 4 kW output this results in maintaining the highest sensitivities and lowest detection limits for light elements over time. Axios FAST simultaneous WDXRF spectrometer is extremely flexible. Its configuration will be customized to meet the highest demands of the industry for accuracy and speed.

Search-Match databases/Specifications

Reference databases for phase identification can be installed on all supported Microsoft Windows operating systems. The database sizes vary considerably, depending on release year and on database contents (with or without structural data, with or without experimental data, with more or less chemical and physical properties). PANalytical supports the yearly database releases without requiring software updates. Databases you can not directly read or convert yourself are issued once a year by PANalytical (COD). The following search-match reference databases are supported by the HighScore software. They can be used either alone or in combination**: 1. PDF-4+, yearly releases by the ICDD: ca. 350,000 reference patterns; 250,000 with atomic coordinates; ca. 8.0 GB disk space (+ 2.0 GB for optimized access*). 2. PDF-2, yearly releases by the ICDD: ca 260,000 reference patterns; no atomic coordinates (but links to 150,000 NIST and ICSD patterns); ca 4.0 GB disk space (+ 1.0 GB for optimized access*) 3. PDF-4/Organics, yearly releases by the ICDD: ca. 500.000 reference patterns; 50,000 with atomic coordinates; ca 20 GB disk space (+ 3.0 GB for optimized access*). 4. PDF-4/Minerals, yearly releases by the ICDD: ca. 45,000 reference patterns; 30,000 with atomic coordinates; ca. 2.0 GB disk space (+ 1.0 GB for optimized access*). 5. Free Crystallographic Open Database, yearly conversions from PANalytical on the COD website: > 300,000 reference patterns; >300,000 with atomic coordinates; available in two zipped downloads, ca. 4.0 GB disk space**. 6. Any number of user reference datatabases, either created in HighScore from experimental peak lists or with the Plus option from available structure data in CIF format. The following crystal structure databases are only supported by the Plus option for HighScore: 1. ICSD, inorganic crystal structures database from FIZ in Karlsruhe, Germany, 3 GB disk space 2. COD, free crystal structure database as a collection of CIF files, ca. 18 GB. (Note: These databases contain only crystal structure data and no reference patterns; they are NOT suitable for search-match purposes!) * Due to the license construction the original ICDD databases must be kept installed in their unconverted format, next to the converted format which enables a much faster access from HighScore. This requires some additional space on the hard disk. ** ICDD does not allow the use of their database products in combination with the COD database.

Epsilon 4/Specifications

Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer for the elemental analysis range from carbon (C) to americium (Am) and the concentration range from sub-ppm to 100 wt%. Use Omnian for standardless analysis, use FingerPrint for material testing when analysis speed is important or use Stratos for a rapid, simple and non-destructive analysis of coatings, surface layers and multi-layered structures. One could also use Enhanced Data Security which supports compliancy with regulations like FDA 21 CFR Part 11 or use Oil-Trace for quantifying fuel-biofuel mixtures to fresh and used lubricating oils.

Epsilon 4/Applications

The Epsilon 4 handles a wide variety of sample types, including solids, pressed and loose powders, liquids and filters. It performs non-destructive quantitative analysis of elements from carbon (C) fluorine to americium (Am), in concentrations from 100% down to sub-ppm levels, on samples weighing anything from a few milligrams to kilograms. The Epsilon 4 is a robust and reliable alternative to conventional systems for a wide variety of industries and applications, even when light element analysis is of outmost importance, including: cement production, mining, mineral beneficiation, iron, steel and non-ferrous metals, RoHS screening and quantification, petroleum and petrochemicals, polymers and related industries, glass production, forensics, pharmaceuticals, healthcare products, environmental, food and cosmetics.