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Supermini200

High-power Benchtop Sequential WDXRF Spectrometer
Methods:
ASTM D2622, ASTM D6443,

								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								ASTM D2622, ASTM D6443, 
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								
								

From qualified practitioner to quintessential professional, designed with the end user in mind.

Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) is one of the most powerful and well established techniques for elemental analysis. It has several advantages, including light element sensitivity, exceptional elemental resolving power, and low limits of detection. Historical drawbacks of the WDXRF technique have been that such instruments are typically large, expensive, and require special utilities. With a size that is 1/4 that of traditional WDXRF units and a price that is approximately 1/2 of floor standing units, the Supermini200 changes everything.

The X-ray fluorescence (XRF) experiment begins with exposing a sample to high-energy photons from an X-ray tube, which induces transitions of electrons between atomic orbitals and results in the emission of fluorescent photons. By measuring the energy and intensity (count rate) of these photons, qualitative and quantitative information about the elemental composition is obtained.

Measurement quality, usually judged as precision (repeatability),
is a function of many factors. Two of the primary metrics are elemental peak resolution and photon counting rate.

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The following accessories are recommended for purchase in sequential order (see eStore):

1st Year:
No spare parts are required
2nd Year:
No spare parts are required
Remaining Parts:
Sample cup ring
Sample Cells
Test Method Compliance  

ASTM D2622, ASTM D6443

Elemental coverage   Oxygen (O) through uranium (U)
X-ray tube   Pd target
X-ray power   200 W
Generator   50 kV, 4 mA
Beam filter   Programmable
Zr standard
Al optional
Crystals   LiF(200) and PET standard
RX25 and Ge optional
Detectors   Flow proportional counter
Scintillation counter
Sample size   44 mm diameter maximum
33 mm height maximum
Auto-sampler   12-position turret
Sample spinner   Standard, 30 rpm
Atmosphere   Vacuum standard
Helium optional
Vacuum pump   Rotary pump
Helium flush   15 – 65 PSIG, 0.5 l/min
Environment   15 – 28°C temperature
<75% relative humidity
Operating system Windows® 7   Options:
SQX software with FP
Matching library
SQX scatter FP method
Fused bead correction
Line Overlap Correction
using Theoretical Intensities (LOCTI)
Quant scatter FP
Power requirements   100 – 120V (50/60 Hz) 15A or 200 – 240V (50/60 Hz) 10A
Weight   100 kg (220 lbs)
Dimension   58x68x67 cm (22x27x26 inches)
Shipping weight    
Dimension with crate    

Brochure: Supermini200 by Rigaku

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SKU: AYA-60-99051.