Wavelength dispersive (WD)
The Rigaku Simultix 15 is the latest version of this multi-channel simultaneous wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer system.
A new WDXRF spectrometer from Rigaku enables elemental analysis of large objects by WDXRF spectroscopy with micro-mapping.
Bruker launches the S8 TIGER Series 2 WDXRF system for elemental analysis in industrial and academic research and materials quality control.
Can provide trace analysis of both sulphur and chlorine with one push of a button. Both elements can be measured in one sample, or each measured separately by inserting a new sample. Can measure a broad range of liquid samples from aqueous solutions to heavy hydrocarbons without the need for dilution, combustion gases or the need to change detectors, boats, injectors, furnaces etc. Based on monochromatic wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence, and using doubly curved crystal optics which provide high sensitivity and precision.