Upgraded analyzers = improved XRF positive material identification

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A major SPECTRO xSORT handheld X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer upgrade improves XRF analysis for positive material identification - directly applicable to refinery and petrochemical complex infrastructure integrity testing.

The newly upgraded 3.62-lb analyzer inspects piping, vessels, and constructions plus analyzes steels to precisely determine chemical compositions and assure the right materials for a job.

SPECTRO xSORT Alloy delivers grade identification in seconds while more powerful SPECTRO xSORT AlloyPlus analyzes many metals and alloys in 2 sec. It identifies alloys based on such light elements as silicon, aluminum, magnesium, phosphorus, and sulfur - in 7 sec.

You don't have to switch methods between samples or bother with helium flushes or vacuum systems. For built-in protection and calibration, a shutter automatically closes the measurement window between analyses to guard internal components and functions as the sample material for automatic iCAL standardization.

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