SPECTROSCAN SPECTROMETERS

Spectroscan MAX-GVM

Spectroscan MAX-G

Spectroscan GEO

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E

Soectroscan MAX-GF! (2) E

Spectroscan MAX-GF1 (2) E-C

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GVM

Vacuum wave-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer is designed to determine the content of chemical elements from Na to U in various substances.
Produced instead of SPECTROSCAN MAKS-GV.

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GVM
SPECTROSCAN MAX-GVM

The spectrometer is designed to determine the content of elements in the range from Na to U in substances in solid, powdery, dissolved states, as well as applied to surfaces or deposited on filters.

The principle of operation of an X-ray spectrometer is based on irradiating a sample with the primary radiation of an X-ray tube, measuring the intensity of secondary fluorescent radiation from the sample at wavelengths corresponding to the elements to be determined, and then calculating the mass fraction of these elements according to a previously constructed calibration characteristic, which is the dependence of the content of the determined element on the measured intensity …

Secondary fluorescent radiation is decomposed into a spectrum using an analyzer crystal. Due to this, the X-ray fluorescence spectrometer has a high resolution, and therefore the ability to accurately analyze complex multicomponent substances.

 
 The capabilities of the device for solving a specific problem require separate clarification.
Characteristics of Spectroscan MAX-GVM

The spectrometer is a benchtop device controlled by a built-in or external computer.

Structurally, the spectrometer consists of two units: a spectrometric unit with a built-in water cooling system and a vacuum pump unit. 
 
The spectrometric unit is equipped with a 160 W X-ray tube with a side radiation exit, a goniometer in an evacuated volume, four automatically exchangeable analyzer crystals, a two-chamber radiation detector, and an automated multi-position sample loading device.

 

Analytical characteristics
Range of elements to be determinedfrom Na to U
Detection limits, LNa: 0.1%
 Mg: 0.02%
 Al to P: 0.0005 – 0.003%
 S to U: 0.0001 – 0.0005%
Determined content rangefrom 3L to 100%
Energy resolution9 eV (Si Kα), 90 eV (Fe Kα)

 

Specifications
X-ray tube anode voltage40 kV
X-ray tube power160 watts
X-ray tube anode materialPd
Spectrum line selection methodcrystal diffraction
X-ray optical schemeaccording to Johansson
Analyzer CrystalsLiF (200), C (002), PET, KAP (RbAP)
Sample loaderautomatic for 10 samples
 2 samples with rotation
Food220 V, 50 Hz,
Power consumption from the 220 V network850 Wt
PC interfacebuilt-in computer with touch screen and Ethernet connector, connection to an external computer via RS232           
No consumable gases required 
Closed cooling cycle (no water supply required)

The spectrometer allows the determination of all elements of sodium up to uranium in one sample.

Desktop spectrometer, placed on a desk. Does not require connection to the water supply and gas supply. The cooling system is built into the body of the device.

The measuring path, to improve the analytical characteristics of the spectrometer, is in a vacuum, but the analyzed sample remains in air, which makes it possible to analyze liquid and powder samples without additional efforts.

Scanning along the spectrum and high resolution of the crystal-analyzers exclude the overlap of close spectral lines of different elements and the need for their mathematical separation, and allows the background to be taken into account correctly. All this increases the accuracy and reliability of the analyzes.

The automatic sample loader for 10 samples has 2 rotating sockets to increase the representativeness of the analysis of heterogeneous samples and minimizes operator intervention during the measurement process.

The spectrometer is supplied with the necessary methodological support, consumables and additional equipment for sample preparation in the form of a complex that allows you to solve the analytical problem.

The spectrometer is exempt from radiation monitoring and accounting, which is confirmed by the expert opinion of the Research Institute of Radiation Hygiene. Professor P.V. Ramzaev.

Spectrometer SPEKTROSKAN MAKS-GVM is the most versatile device from the line of developments of NPO SPECTRON. Almost all analytical tasks are solved with its help.

Carboxylate antifreeze G12 + – SINTEC (trade mark)
32 mm powder cuvette (pack of 100 pcs)
Cuvette (32 mm, for petroleum products) (pack of 100 pcs)
Sample for adjusting Fe
Sample for adjusting Al
Cage diameter 40 mm hole 25 mm
Cage diameter 40 mm bore 10 mm
Cage diameter 40 mm bore 15 mm
Standard sample of mass fractions of calcium and phosphorus in solid base (KO-79)
Standard sample of mass fraction of cobalt in solid base (KO-83)
Standard sample of mass fraction of lead in solid base (KO- 91)
Standard sample of mass fraction of strontium in a solid base (KO-98)
Standard sample of mass fractions of sodium and chlorine in a solid base (KO-107)
Standard sample of boric acid mass fraction in solid base (KO-163)
Liquid cuvette with screw, diameter 40 mm (pack of 100 pcs)
Inlet slot unit
Calibration sample GR
Sample for MgO adjustment
Polyethylene terephthalate film 5 μm (100 m roll)
Set of samples for verification 

SPECTROSCAN MAX-G

Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer for determining the content of chemical elements from Ca to U in various substances.

SPECTROSCAN MAX-G
The spectrometer is designed to determine the content of elements in the range from Ca to U in substances in solid, powdery, dissolved states, as well as deposited on surfaces or deposited on filters.

The principle of operation of the spectrometer is based on irradiating a sample with primary radiation of an X-ray tube, measuring the intensity of secondary fluorescent radiation from the sample at wavelengths corresponding to the elements to be determined, and then calculating the mass fraction of these elements according to a previously constructed calibration characteristic, which is the dependence of the content of the determined element on the measured intensity.

Secondary fluorescent radiation is decomposed into a spectrum using an analyzer crystal. Due to this, the spectrometer has a high resolution, and hence the ability to accurately analyze complex multicomponent substances.
 
 The capabilities of the device for solving a specific problem require separate clarification.
Characteristics of Spectroscan MAX-G
The spectrometer is a desktop device controlled by an external computer. Equipped with a low-power air-cooled X-ray tube.

Analytical characteristics
Range of elements to be determinedfrom Ca to U
Detection limits, Lfrom 1 to 20 ppm
 
(for Ca and elements from Mo to Sb about 500 ppm)
Determined content rangefrom 3L to 100%
Energy resolution60 eV at the FeKα

Specifications
X-ray tube anode voltageup to 40 kV
X-ray tube powerup to 4 W
X-ray tube anode materialAg (or Mo, Cu)
Spectrum line selection methodcrystal diffraction
X-ray optical schemeaccording to Johansson
Crystal analyzerLiF (200) or C (002)
Sample loaderautomatic for 10 samples
Food∼220 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption from the 220 V networkno more than 100 W
PC interfaceUSB
No consumable gases required

The spectrometer allows the determination of all elements of calcium up to uranium in one sample.

Desktop spectrometer, placed on a desk. Does not require connection to the water supply and gas supply.
The characteristics of the spectrometer allow it to be used in mobile laboratories and on ships.

It is possible to add one or two fixed energy-dispersive channels to determine elements in the range from magnesium to potassium.

Scanning along the spectrum and high resolution of the crystal-analyzers exclude the overlap of close spectral lines of different elements and the need for their mathematical separation, and allows the background to be taken into account correctly. All this increases the accuracy and reliability of the analyzes.

The spectrometer is supplied with the necessary methodological support, consumables and additional equipment for sample preparation in the form of a complex that allows you to solve the analytical problem.

The spectrometer is exempt from radiation monitoring and accounting.

Spectrometer SPEKTROSKAN MAKS-G allows solving most tasks

The spectrometer is often used for the determination of metals in petroleum and petroleum products , as well as for the determination of metals in motor gasoline .

Cuvette 32 mm powder (pack of 100 pcs)
Cuvette (32 mm, for oil products) (pack of 100 pcs)
Cuvette liquid with a screw, diameter 40 mm (pack of 100 pcs)
Cage diameter 40 mm hole 25 mm
Cage diameter 40 mm hole 15 mm
S- … Sample for adjustment S (10, 11, 12, 13)
Standard sample of mass fraction of calcium and phosphorus in a solid base (KO-79)
Standard sample of mass fraction of cobalt in a solid base (KO-83)
Standard sample of mass fraction of strontium in a solid base ( KO-98)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of titanium in a solid base (KO-100)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of boric acid in a solid base (KO-163)
Liquid cuvette with screw, diameter 40 mm (pack of 100 pcs)
Polyethylene terephthalate film 5 μm (roll 100 m)
Sample for Cd adjustment
Sample for Sn adjustment
Sample for Mo adjustment

SPECTROSCAN GEO

Portable X-ray fluorescence energy dispersive SPECTROMETER.

spectroscan geo
SPECTROSCAN GEO

The area of ​​the analyzed surface reaches 200 cm 2 , which significantly increases the representativeness of testing and the reliability of the results.

The scope of delivery includes

· A rod for testing hard-to-reach areas: ceilings of mine workings, ore or soil in bulk.

· Stand for X-ray fluorescence analysis of samples in cuvettes or polyethylene bags in a field laboratory.

· Li-ion battery providing up to 8 hours of continuous operation.

· Pocket PC for device control, in a protective shell.

 The capabilities of the device for solving a specific problem require separate clarification.

Characteristics of Spectroscan GEO
Main characteristics
Range of elements to be detectedfrom Ti (Z = 22) to U (Z = 92)
Ambient temperature operating rangefrom -30 ° C to + 35 ° C
Battery life
At least 8 hours
Overall dimensions of the SPECTROMETER (without control panel), LxHxW280x300x103
Weight (with battery)2.4kg

X-ray tube
Anode materialTungsten (W)
Anode voltageup to 50 kV
Anode currentup to 100 μA
  

 
X-ray detector
Detector typeSDD detector with thermoelectric cooling
Active area25 mm2
Resolution<160 eV at 5.9 keV
 
Electronics
Pulse processorDigital pulse processor based on 80 MHz DSP Superimposed pulse rejection Pulse shape selection Automatic load adaptation
Multichannel pulse analyzer4096 channels
Data processing624 MHz PDA
Display4-inch high-resolution color touchscreen
Software
operating systemWindows CE / Mobile for PDA
Quantitative analysis algorithmsEmpirical calibration method
  • The area of ​​the analyzed surface reaches 200 cm2, which significantly increases the representativeness of sampling and the reliability of the results;
  • Manufactured in shock and dust and moisture resistant design;
  • The increased temperature range of operation allows using the device in the field, at any time of the year;
  • The measurement results are read out to the operator through a wired or wireless headset, which allows you to control the testing process without unnecessary time and attention;
  • The software is designed specifically for geological sampling and implements the method of multiple measurements with the subsequent obtaining of the total spectrum and the averaged result over the geological interval (sample) directly in the measurement process.

Spectrometer SPEKTROSKAN GEO allows solving most of the tasks

 

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E

Spectrometer based on SPECTROSKAN MAKS-G with one or two fixed energy dispersive channels.

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E
SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E

The X-ray fluorescence spectrometer SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E combines two methods of separating an analytical signal: crystal diffraction (wave dispersion – WDX) and energy dispersive (EDX) method.

The spectrometer is designed to determine the contents of elements in the range from Ca to U in substances that are in solid, powdery, dissolved states, as well as deposited on surfaces or deposited on filters. Using fixed energy dispersive channels, you can determine any, one or two, additional elements in range from magnesium (Mg) to calcium (Ca).

The principle of operation of the spectrometer is based on irradiating a sample with primary radiation of an X-ray tube, measuring the intensity of secondary fluorescent radiation from the sample at wavelengths corresponding to the elements to be determined, and then calculating the mass fraction of these elements according to a previously constructed calibration characteristic, which is the dependence of the content of the determined element on the measured intensity.

 
 The capabilities of the device for solving a specific problem require separate clarification.

The spectrometer is a desktop device controlled by an external computer. The spectrometer consists only of a spectrometer unit equipped with a low-power air-cooled X-ray tube of the shooting type. Additionally, up to two fixed energy dispersive (EDX) channels are installed to determine elements in the range from Mg to Ca.

Analytical characteristics
Range of elements to be determinedScanning WDX channel from Ca to U
 + one or two EDX channels from Mg to Ca
Detection limits, Lfrom 1 to 20 ppm
(for Ca and elements from Mo to Sb about 0.05%)
from 0.02% for energy dispersive channels
Determined content rangefrom 3L to 100%
Energy resolution45 eV at the FeKα


Specifications
X-ray tube anode voltageup to 40 kV
X-ray tube powerup to 4 W
X-ray tube anode materialAg (or Mo, Cu)
Spectrum line selection methodcrystal diffraction
+ EDX channels with edge filters
X-ray optical schemeaccording to Johansson
Crystal analyzerLiF (200) or C (002)
Sample loaderautomatic for 10 samples
Food∼220 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption from the 220 V networkno more than 100 W
PC interfaceUSB
No consumable gases required
 

The spectrometer allows you to determine all elements of calcium to uranium, and two elements in the range from Mg to Ca, in one sample.

Desktop spectrometer, placed on a desk. Does not require connection to the water supply and gas supply.

The characteristics of the spectrometer allow it to be used in mobile laboratories and on ships.

Scanning along the spectrum and high resolution of the crystal-analyzers exclude the overlap of close spectral lines of different elements and the need for their mathematical separation, allows you to correctly take into account the background. The addition of one or two fixed energy-dispersive channels allows simultaneously with elements from Ca to U, to determine up to two elements in the range from magnesium to potassium. All this increases the accuracy and reliability of analyzes, and also provides flexibility in solving analytical problems.

The spectrometer is supplied with the necessary methodological support, consumables and additional equipment for sample preparation in the form of a complex that allows you to solve the analytical problem.

The spectrometer is exempt from radiation monitoring and accounting.

Spectrometer SPEKTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E allows you to solve most of the problems.

The spectrometer is often used for the determination of metals in petroleum and petroleum products , as well as for the determination of metals in motor gasoline .
With the help of this modification of the spectrometer, the mass fraction of sulfur in the listed products is simultaneously determined .

The spectrometer allows solving the problem of determining the elements in oils and additives , as well as greases.

Cuvette 32 mm powder (pack of 100 pcs)
Cuvette (32 mm, for petroleum products) (pack of 100 pcs)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of sulfur in mineral oil (1.0%)
Cage diameter 40 mm hole 25 mm
Cage diameter 40 mm hole 15 mm
S-. Sample for adjustment S (10, 11, 12, 13)
Standard sample of mass fraction of aluminum in primary aluminum (KO-4)
Standard sample of mass fractions of calcium and phosphorus in a solid base (KO-79)
Standard sample of mass fraction of silicon in quartz glass ( KO-81)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of cobalt in a solid base (KO-83)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of strontium in a solid base (KO-98)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of titanium in a solid base (KO-100)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of boric acid in a solid base (KO-163)
Liquid cuvette with a screw, diameter 40 mm (pack of 100 pcs)
Sample for adjusting MgO
Polyethylene terephthalate film 5 μm (roll 100 l)
Sample for setting Cd
Pattern for setting Sn
Pattern for setting Mo

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E-С

Spectrometer based on SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E with extended sample loading and the possibility of local analysis for various examinations

SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E-C
The X-ray fluorescence spectrometer SPEKTROSKAN MAKS-GF1 (2) E-C combines two methods of separating an analytical signal: crystal diffraction (wave dispersion – WDX) and energy dispersive (EDX) method, as well as a sample feed adapted for the analysis of large samples. The collimation of the primary radiation of the X-ray tube and the special design of the sample feed make it possible to analyze the sample over an area of ​​1 cm2 with a step of 1 mm, and thus investigate the distribution of elements over the area.

The spectrometer is designed to determine the content of elements in the range from Ca to U in substances in solid, powdery, dissolved states, as well as deposited on surfaces or deposited on filters. Fixed energy dispersive channels can be used to detect any one or two additional elements ranging from magnesium (Mg) to calcium (Ca).

With the help of this modification of the spectrometer, forensic and customs examinations, forensic and forensic medical examinations, as well as art criticism examinations are carried out.
 
 The capabilities of the device for solving a specific problem require separate clarification.

The spectrometer is a desktop device controlled by an external computer. The spectrometer consists of a spectrometric unit equipped with an air-cooled low-power X-ray transmission tube. Additionally, up to two fixed energy dispersive (EDX) channels are installed to determine elements in the range from Mg to Ca. The spectrometer is equipped with a sample feed for the analysis of irregularly shaped and large samples.

Analytical characteristics

Range of elements to be determined
Scanning WDX channel from Ca to U
+ one or two EDX channels from Mg to Ca

Detection limits, L
from 1 to 20 ppm
(for Ca and elements from Mo to Sb about 0.05%)
from 0.02% for energy dispersive channels
Determined content rangefrom 3L to 100%
Energy resolution45 eV at the FeKα



Specifications
X-ray tube anode voltageup to 40 kV
X-ray tube powerup to 4 W
X-ray tube anode materialAg (or Mo, Cu)
Spectrum line selection methodcrystal diffraction
+ EDX channels with edge filters
X-ray optical schemeaccording to Johansson
Crystal analyzerLiF (200) or C (002)
Sample loaderextended for 1 sample
L * W * D – 240 * 160 * 40 mm
Food∼220 V, 50 Hz,
Power consumption from the 220 V networkno more than 100 W
PC interfaceUSB
No consumable gases required   

The spectrometer allows the determination of all elements Ca to U, and two elements in the range from Mg to Ca, in one sample.

Desktop spectrometer, placed on a desk. Does not require connection to the water supply and gas supply.

Scanning along the spectrum and high resolution of the crystal-analyzers exclude the overlap of close spectral lines of different elements and the need for their mathematical separation, and allows the background to be taken into account correctly. The addition of one or two fixed energy-dispersive channels allows, simultaneously with elements from Ca to U, to determine up to two elements in the range from magnesium to potassium. All this increases the accuracy and reliability of analyzes, and also provides flexibility in solving analytical problems.

The extended sample feed allows you to analyze samples of irregular shape and large size, with the ability to perform area analysis.

The spectrometer is supplied with the necessary methodological support, consumables and additional equipment for sample preparation in the form of a complex that allows you to solve the analytical problem.

The spectrometer is exempt from radiation monitoring and accounting.

Spectrometer SPECTROSCAN MAX-GF1 (2) E-C is used for various examinations:

  • Jewelry Analysis
  • Analysis of paint coatings
  • Material identification
  • Analysis of blunt and acute injuries, gunshot and explosive injuries, electrical injuries.
  • Analysis of banknotes
  • Analysis of herbal drugs
  • Art criticism, etc.

Cuvette 32 mm powder (pack of 100 pcs)
Cuvette (32 mm, for petroleum products) (pack of 100 pcs)
Clip diameter 40 mm hole 25 mm
Clip diameter 40 mm hole 10 mm
Clip diameter 40 mm hole 15 mm
S-. Sample for adjustment S (10, 11, 12, 13)
Standard sample of mass fraction of aluminum in primary aluminum (KO-4)
Standard sample of mass fractions of calcium and phosphorus in a solid base (KO-79)
Standard sample of mass fraction of silicon in quartz glass ( KO-81)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of cobalt in a solid base (KO-83)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of strontium in a solid base (KO-98)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of titanium in a solid base (KO-100)
Standard sample of the mass fraction of boric acid in a solid base (KO-163)
Liquid cuvette with a screw, diameter 40 mm (pack of 100 pcs)
Sample for adjusting MgO
Polyethylene terephthalate film 5 μm (roll 100 m)
Sample for adjusting Cd
Sample for adjusting Sn
Sample for adjusting Mo

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