A unique and comprehensive standardless analysis package
Omnian is a combination of advanced software and setup samples. Every Omnian installation is achieved by the measurement of the setup standards. These well chosen materials are designed for even the most challenging of matrices. Made from pure starting materials the setup standards are used to fine-tune Omnian software to the spectrometer subtleties while incorporating spectral elements features that overcome the limitations of other semi-quantitative strategies. Omnian software includes advanced 3rd generation FP model algorithms and it is the union of these two features which make the core difference. The result is a method which can be used for all sample types whether they are liquids, powders or solids providing robust and accurate elemental analysis.
Examining all spectra features for better interpretation
When installed Omnian is configured to match and fully interpret all spectrometer data. An optimal analytical program consisting of scans is generated providing enhanced flexibility. When used with the Zetium spectrometer, Omnian can generate reliable results within 2 minutes using the Fast Scan mode. This strategy combines the time saving strategy of specific elemental peak measurement while using accurate background calculations which can only be generated by a scan strategy. Also if desired the scan based program can be augmented with specific channels if higher precision for trace elemental analysis is required.
Enhanced data treatment
Omnian includes advanced algorithms designed to profile known limitations inherent to XRF. For example Omnian results will only include elements which have been detected and determined to be significant. Also upon examination Omnian automatically employs a strategy to overcome spectral interference. Whenever advantageous possible interference free lines will be chosen and corrections will be automatically applied. Omnian also includes a full suite of advanced matrix corrections, for example variable sample thickness compensation. Also, the Dark Matrix correction provides better accuracy in cases where light elements such as C, H and O contribute to significant absorbance (e.g. sulfur in oil). Fluorescent Volume Geometry (FVG) is another advanced matrix correction for spectral contributions where heavy elements are measured in light matrices (e.g. heavy metals in polymers).
For highly valued analysis
Designed for use in the 'black box' mode Omnian has become a highly valued analysis package across all industries. As it is common for most analysts to encounter foreign/unfamiliar samples Omnian has proved useful for a wide variety of applications including quantitative analysis, rapid screening, R&D analysis, failure analysis and comparative analysis. With an intuitive user interface, experienced users can easily achieve better results approaching those of dedicated calibrated methods by choosing one of the many provided strategy options. One example is the fine-tuning capability of Adaptive Sample Characterization (ASC), where the addition and measurement of a similar standard(s) can produce accurate results that far exceed
standardless or semi-quantitative package experience.