This section is primarily using X-Ray Fluorescent (XRF) Spectrometer to analyze elemental composition of materials from sodium to uranium in the Table of Elements.
The technology uses low dosage x-ray to dislodge electrons from the sample and analyze these electrons as to their elemental identity and quantity. A very clean technology with very minimal or no sample preparation. The full elemental composition can be known in a matter of minutes so it is particularly useful in industries needing quick answers a such as analysis of crude oil before unloading from tankers or analysis of glass manufacturing if the liquid glass is of correct composition. It is also used for cement manufacturing to monitor proper cement composition and in mining industry to analyze ore samples and finished products.
It is also used for environmental applications to analyze soil samples from highly polluted areas. Paint, semiconductor, Hard disk manufacturing, oil and grease lube analysis, petroleum manufacturing, power generating plants are among the industries extensive using XRF technology.
The XRF Spectrometer is also used to identify unknown composition of materials in quality control and reverse engineering applications.
Our company has the biggest number of installed EDXRF/XRF Spectrometers in the Philippines (12). We have the technical knowledge and experience on how to make the XRF technology work in the local situations such as heat, humidity and voltage fluctuations.
Our principal, Xenemetrics manufactures rugged, reliable but highly sensitive XRF systems that are supported fully in the Philippines. These products have good track record of reliability and durability worldwide.