1/23/2020 | 1 MINUTE READ

Vanta Element Handheld XRF Analyzer Offers Fast Material and Alloy Grade ID

Originally titled 'Handheld XRF Analyzer Offers Fast Material and Alloy Grade ID'
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The analyzer can be used in testing environments such as scrap recycling and metal manufacturing. Users can obtain clear material and grade ID quickly and compare alloy grades on the instrument’s screen.

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The Vanta Element X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer from Olympus offers speed, reliability, ruggedness, connectivity and smartphone-like ease of use in a cost-effective model, the company says. It is designed to be easy to learn, fast to use and weighing 2.9 lbs. (1.32 kg).

The analyzer can be used in testing environments such as scrap recycling and metal manufacturing. Users can obtain clear material and grade ID quickly and compare alloy grades on the instrument’s screen. With a dual-core processor and powered by Olympus’ Axon Technology, the analyzer has the same stability and resolution as the rest of the Vanta series for rapid sorting and a fast ROI.

Vanta Element analyzers are IP54 rated for resistance to dust and moisture and constructed to pass a 4-foot drop test. For additional protection, a stainless steel faceplate is paired with a thick (50-micrometer) Kapton window that can be easily attached and removed for toolless window changes in the field. The analyzer will perform continuously in temperatures from -10°C to 45°C (14°F to 113°F).

The analyzer also has an industrial 1-GB micro SD card for storing results and two USB ports. For added flexibility, the analyzer is compatible with accessories including the Vanta field stand, soil foot, probe shield and holster.
 

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