Oxford Instruments plc tools and systems are used across a wide range of industries for applications that include quality control, elemental analysis, compliance testing, scrap metal recycling, and coating thickness measurement.
XRF analysis is used throughout the mining process from initial on-site exploration and verification to laboratory analysis. We provide hand held portable XRF analysers offering multi-element analysis with the sample analysed in -situ with minimal or no sample preparation.
Mining CompanyComponent ManufacturerXRF Analyser
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