Niton XL3T 900-HE XRF Analyzer

Niton XL3T 900-HE XRF Analyzer for sale, lightly used, perfect condition. Fully loaded Analyzer system, been upgraded to 50KW tube and helium purge

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Niton XL3T 900-HE XRF Analyzer for sale, lightly used, perfect condition. Fully loaded Analyzer system, been upgraded to 50KW tube and helium purge option for getting the LOD to unheard of levels. Great condition still like new with low hours of use around 150 shots to analysisfully loaded analysis xrf, been upgraded to 50KW tube and helium purge option for getting the LOD to unheard of levels.

This unit also has the upgraded camera option, which is extremely helpful when inspecting welds or trying to analyzer a small sample. Included with the camera option, is the upgraded ”Small Spot Collimator”, which takes your inspection area to almost half for the perfect reading.

Niton XL3T 900-HE XRF Analyzer sale includes:

  • Thermo Niton XL3T 900-HE XRF Analyzer
  • Helium Purge
  • Niton Charger Power Supply
  • 2x Niton Battery
  • Accessory Cables
  • Calibration Standard
  • Test Stand
  • Battery Cover
  • Spare Windows
  • Hard Case

Installed Modes: General Metals, Fingerprint, SuperChem, Mining Cu/Zn (with PM), Mining Ta/Hf (with PM), Niton Charger/Power Supply

Installed Elements: 49 Total- S, K, Ca, Ti, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Pb, Ba, Hg, As, Sn, Zr, Sr, Ag, Au, Cd, Mo, U, Rb, Th, Se, W, V, Sc, Cs, Te, Sb, Pd, BAL, Nb, Bi, Re, Ta, Hf, Al, P, Si, Cl, Mg, Pt, In, Rh, Ir, Ga

The Thermo Scientific NITON XL3t 900 series is second generation of NITON XL3t, high-performance, truly nondestructive handheld analyzer for light element analysis in alloy material. It provides fast, laboratory-quality chemical analysis of aluminum and titanium alloys, as well as nickel alloys, superalloys, stainless steels, and more.

NITON XL3t 900 Series analyzers provide many distinct advantages over traditional OES analysis:

  • Very easy to use – even by non-technical personnel
  • Little to no sample preparation
  • Truly nondestructive test with rapid results

The need for material verification is an increasingly important issue  across a wide range of industries. Specially engineered alloys that can better withstand the specific stresses and requirements of many different specialized applications are continually being developed. While both necessary and exciting, these new introductions, nonetheless, dramatically increase the complexity of material verification and QC testing needs.

Material inspection is intensely critical in certain industries such as aircraft and aerospace manufacturing, since human lives may depend on the proper performance of alloy components. A simple material mix-up on a commercial aircraft can prove disastrous. On a spacecraft or commercial satellite, it can mean millions of dollars and years of effort wasted. For a scrap recycling facility, misidentified material can result in a returned load and a loss of consumer confidence.

Thermo Scientific NITON XRF analyzers are designed to quickly and reliably provide accurate alloy material verification, and have become the worldwide standard for material analysis in industries ranging from primary metal production to scrap metal recycling. They provide immediate nondestructive chemical analysis of alloy materials from titanium to nickel superalloys, from castings to fasteners, dip switches to scrap cuttings and turnings, incoming raw materials to final product QC. Further, they also supply fast, nondestructive analysis of high-temp nickel and stainless steel, as well as screening for the presence of prohibited materials such as tin (Sn), selenium (Se), cadmium (Cd), and zinc (Zn) in spacecraft applications, and lead (Pb), chromium (Cr), Cd, bromine (Br), and mercury (Hg) for RoHS compliance.

The new NITON XL3t 900 Series instrument takes the analytical capabilities of handheld XRF to a higher level, continuing to fill the void for inspectors or scrap metal sorters who once were forced to turn away from the convenience of handheld XRF to Optical Emission Spectroscopic (OES) instrumentation for light element analysis. Best of all, the nondestructive nature of the XRF technique allows testing of finished or sensitive parts without concern