Do you want to know what elements can be measured by a spectral analyzer? Due to the wide variety of spectral analysis, we mainly need to understand the types of metal spectral analyzers: handheld X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, mobile direct-reading spectrometer, tabletop direct-reading spectrometer, X-ray fluorescence spectrometer.
Types of Spectrometers and Range of Elements:
|Name||Handheld X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer||Mobile Full Spectrum Spark Direct Reading Spectrometer||Benchtop Direct Reading Spectrometer||X-Ray Fluorescence Spextrometer|
|Theory||X-Ray Fluorescence Technology||Full-Spectrum CCD Technology||Full-spectrum CCD technology, PMT photomultiplier technology||X-Ray Fluorescence Technology|
|Potability||Workshop or Outdoor||Workshop or Outdoor||Lab||Lab|
|Range of Elements||Mg-U||C-U||C-U||F-U|
|Application||On-site elemental analysis and grade identification of stainless steel, alloy steel and other alloy materials|
carbon steel, nickel, copper, aluminum, cobalt, titanium-based, etc.
C, S, P, Mn, Si and other elements to compensate for the lack of handheld alloy analyzers
|carbon steel, cast iron, nickel, copper, aluminum, cobalt, titanium-based and other materials, suitable for quantitative laboratory analysis||alloying, ROHS, soil ores, archaeology, precious metals, etc.|
1. The hand-held spectroscopy can detect alloying element composition, ore composition grade, soil heavy metal determination, ROHS harmful element detection, precious metal content detection, archaeological and artistic element analysis, and other applications.
2. The direct reading spectrometer is widely used in metallurgy, casting, machinery, metal processing, and other fields of the production process can control the central laboratory finished product detection, can be used for Fe, Al, Cu, Ni, Co, Mg, Ti, Zn, Pb, Sn, Ag, and other metals and their alloys and sample analysis.
3. X-ray fluorescence spectrometer is characterized by good reproducibility, fast measurement speed, and high sensitivity. It can analyze all elements between B(5) and U(92). Samples can be substantial, powder, molten flakes, liquids, etc. The analytes are suitable for steelmaking, non-ferrous metals, cement, ceramics, petroleum, glass, and other industrial samples.
When choosing a spectral analyzer, we generally need to choose the right spectral analyzer according to our actual needs; if you have any questions, please contact us for more information.