Epsilon 4: Benchtop Spectrometer for Minerals and Mining Applications

X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (XRF) has a critical and well-established analytical role within the mining and minerals sector. It is widely used for exploration, grade control, process monitoring and ensuring that the composition of waste adheres to environmental norms and regulations.

Quick Feedback in Mining Exploration, Grade Control and Process Monitoring

Epsilon 4 benchtop spectrometers can be used in mining operations for rapid elemental analysis of ores, minerals and rocks, even from remote locations. Low infrastructural demands, combined with high analytical performance, allows quick calculation of operation strategies in mining locations with limited utilities.

Discover the potential of XRF analysis, and reduce your feedback time from hours to minutes, by establishing the benchtop XRF spectrometer close to your mine or processing plant.

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