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Dive into the science behind our analyzer technology

We offer a range of analytical solutions for reliable, accurate and rapid analysis. Our selection of analytical instruments are optimized for diverse end-use conditions including in-field, industrial and research laboratory environments. Learn more about the science behind our analysis methods by watching the videos below.  


XRF analysis is fast and measures a wide range of elements and concentrations in many different types of materials.  It's non-destructive and requires no or very little sample preparation, and it's low-cost compared to other techniques. That's why so many people around the world are using XRF daily to analyze materials.


Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy or LIBS is an analytical technique that's been used in laboratories for many years. Most handheld LIBS analyzers are used for fast sorting of alloys in scrap yards, and alloy identification and analysis in various applications within the metals industry.


Optical Emission Spectroscopy, or OES, is a well trusted and widely used analytical technique used to determine the elemental composition of a broad range of metals. For trace analysis of metals, OES is the preferred method, and OES is also currently the only method which can analyze carbon and nitrogen on-site, out of the laboratory.


Thermal Analysis refers to a variety of techniques used to measure the change in a material behavior as a function of time or temperature, either when heated, cooled, or kept at constant temperature.  This allows you to understand the fundamental characteristics and composition of materials which is ideal for both research and development and quality control in many industries including polymers, pharmaceuticals, food, electronics, batteries, ceramics and metals.