Handheld analyzers for material analysis tasks

Olympus' Vanta range of handheld XRF analyzers are designed to increase productivity in materials analysis tasks and can be used in extreme and harsh environments.
By Olympus September 9, 2016

Olympus' Vanta range of handheld XRF analyzers are designed to increase productivity in materials analysis tasks and can be used in extreme and harsh environments. Courtesy: OlympusOlympus’ Vanta range of handheld XRF analyzers are designed to increase productivity in materials analysis tasks. Features include alloy recycling, positive material identification (PMI), and geochemistry. The Vanta includes a mesh and shutter to protect the detector from sharp objects and costly repair. The design maintains uptime and increases productivity, which is designed to allow users to obtain laboratory-quality results. The Vanta is IP65-rated for protection against dust and water, and drop tested to military standards. In addition, it has an operating temperature range of -10 to 50 C, which is useful for geochemistry and mining discovery programs in extreme climates. Elemental analysis and quantification are achieved in just 1-2 seconds, which increases throughput and ensures analytical confidence, for example streamlining quality control (QC) of alloy and material identification.

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