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X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF) services

Glass Analysis

A complete service is carried out for the glass industry from analysing the raw materials including sand, limestone, dolomite, soda ash, glass cullet, borax etc. to the finished product and also waste dusts.

The method used is fused bead analysis for the major oxides which involves dissolving usually 1gram of sample in 10g of flux, lithium tetraborate.

The advantage of this method is that it produces a glass bead which eliminates mineralogical effects and particle size effects.

Refractories and slag analysis

The method used is fused bead analysis for the major oxides which involves dissolving usually 1gram of sample in 10g of flux, lithium tetraborate.

The advantage of this method is that it produces a glass bead which eliminates mineralogical effects and particle size effects.

Rocks and minerals analysis

The method used is fused bead analysis for the major oxides which involves dissolving usually 1gram of sample in 10g of flux, lithium tetraborate.

The advantage of this method is that it produces a glass bead which eliminates mineralogical effects and particle size effects.

Cements and mortars analysis

The method used is fused bead analysis for the major oxides which involves dissolving usually 1gram of sample in 10g of flux, lithium tetraborate.

The advantage of this method is that it produces a glass bead which eliminates mineralogical effects and particle size effects.

Soils sediments and sludges

The method used is fused bead analysis for the major oxides which involves dissolving usually 1gram of sample in 10g of flux, lithium tetraborate.

The advantage of this method is that it produces a glass bead which eliminates mineralogical effects and particle size effects.

The trace elements can be measured on the semi-quantitative program Uniquant which analyses all elements from Sodium to Uranium on the periodic table.

Semi-quantitative analysis

The semi-quantitative program Uniquant which analyses all elements from Sodium to Uranium on the periodic table can be used for the analysis of airborne particles ( filters ), small samples, unknown samples, screening of contaminated land etc.

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