Case Study: Bunting-Redditch uses Hitachi’s X-MET8000 for laboratory test to form the basis for customer equipment recommendations

“The X-MET8000 has given us a much more professional approach and it has promoted our laboratory to another level.”

Bunting-Redditch uses Hitachi’s X-MET8000 for laboratory test to form the basis for customer equipment recommendations

 

Bunting designs and manufacturers an extensive range of magnetic separators, eddy current separators, metal detectors, and electrostatic separators. The laboratory team uses Hitachi’s X-MET8000 Expert Geo handheld XRF analyzer for a comprehensive elemental analysis to enable technicians to make detailed and accurate recommendations on magnetic separation and detection to assess the feasibility of projects, propose process flowsheet options to customers, and confirm the separation and detection abilities of recommended Bunting equipment.

 

Read the full case study to discover more in-depth about the 5 key reasons the team chose Hitachi’s X-MET8000:

  1. Technical specifications
  2. Pre-and-post sale technical support
  3. Report generator
  4. Versatility – not just for the lab but incoming inspection
  5. Faster material testing helping to secure new orders
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Date: 13 September 2021

Author: Laura Phimister, Global Marketing Communications Manager

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