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Increase your process efficiency and recovery rate

X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (XRF) has an important and well-established analytical role within the mining and minerals industry. It is used extensively for exploration, grade control, process monitoring and assuring that the composition of waste is within the limits of environmental norms and regulations.

Epsilon 4 benchtop spectrometers are used in mining operations, even at remote locations, for fast elemental analysis of ores, minerals and rocks. The combination of low infrastructural demands and the high analytical performance, enables quick determination of operation strategies in mining locations where utilities are limited.

Discover the possibilities of XRF analysis and reduce your feedback time from hours to minutes by placing the benchtop XRF spectrometer next to your mine or processing plant.

Technical specifications

Basic configuration

Types of samples Powders (loose and pressed), fused beads, metals, liquids, films, large samples
X-ray tube settings Software controlled: max 50 kV / 2 mA / 10 W
X-ray tube types Metal-ceramic, side-window
Detector types High-resolution Si drift detector SDD10
Detector resolution < 145 eV @ 5.9 keV cps
Typically 135 eV @ 5.9 keV cps
Power consumption 250 VA
Data processing Built-in 4096 multi-channel analyser (MCA)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 270 x 530 x 510 mm
Weight 47 kg

Key features

  • Reduce helium consumption
  • Calibrated for years
  • Online remote support
  • Accurate results
  • Ultimate light-elemental performance
  • Quality results through mature software
  • Safety guaranteed
  • Unattended operation
  • Fast and sensitive
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  • Polymers, Plastics and Rubbers
  • Powders & Pigments / Coating
  • Railway
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Malvern PanalyticalMalvern Panalytical was formed by the merger of Malvern Instruments Limited and PANalytical B.V. on 1st January 2017, has headquarters in both Almelo (the Netherlands), and in Malvern (UK), and employs over 2,000 people worldwide. The combined entity is a strong player and innovator in the materials characterization market and will leverage the strengths of the individual companies in their end markets, ranging from building materials to pharmaceuticals and from metals and mining to nanomaterials.
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