Handheld Alloy Analyzers

The company’s handheld XRF analyzers, the Thermo Scientific Niton XL2 GOLDD Series and the enhanced Thermo Scientific Niton XL3t GOLDD+ Series, are especially useful for scrap metal grading and sorting and provide low detection limits for tramp and trace element analysis.

The company’s handheld XRF analyzers, the Thermo Scientific Niton XL2 GOLDD Series and the enhanced Thermo Scientific Niton XL3t GOLDD+ Series, are especially useful for scrap metal grading and sorting and provide low detection limits for tramp and trace element analysis.
 
The company’s geometrically optimized large area drift detector (GOLDD) technology is designed to deliver fast measurement times and lower detection limits. This technology also allows analysis of light elements such as magnesium, aluminum, silicon, phosphorus and sulfur without helium purge or vacuum assist.
 

The analyzers offer the ability to rapidly analyze almost every element of interest in virtually all types of metal alloys, including light element performance for sorting aluminum, titanium, bronze, zinc, superalloys and specialty steels. 

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