Whether your raw material comes from mining or scrap metal, meeting customer specification is vital. Our range of handheld analyzers enable effective sorting, grade control, grade ID/verification, and tramp element analysis.
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Quality control can be a challenge during metal production. Master every melt, reduce tap to tap time, and achieve accurate metal analysis with our range of optical emission spectrometers. From verification of incoming materials to quality control before shipment, our portable and mobile analyzers help you avoid material mix-up and maintain visibility and quality over your operation.
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Ensuring quality during the fabrication process helps you meet compliance and cost pressures. Our range of metal analyzers enable you to verify and test the elemental composition of materials entering the process, to avoid the cost and waste of re-work. QA/QC checks when components are finished provides reassurance your products meet specification.
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Take control of your processes and make sure products are made of quality parts and exactly the right composition. Our range of material analyzers help you ensure quality and consistency in the product manufacturing stage. This includes incoming inspection, verifying component material, warehouse management, and non-destructive regulatory compliance screening (RoSH).
Our Customer Stories - AVID's investment in the X-MET8000 Expert
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Handheld XRF analyser X-MET8000 for quality control & assurance
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