Comfortech | EDX-7000/8000/8100 (EDXRF)
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EDX-7000/8000/8100 (EDXRF)


The EDX-7000 and the EDX-8000 Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometers passed the BfS type approval, the safety standards prescribed by the German “Bundesanstalt für Strahlenschutz” BfS (Federal Institute for Radiation Safety). This BfS certification, administered by the German government, is considered one of the strictest safety standards in the world and is accepted throughout the European market as a seal of quality. In most European countries this certification will exempt the end user from having a user qualification and the hardware will no longer require annual X-ray leakage inspections. This will simplify operation and will reduce system management costs for the user.

The EDX-7000 (range of detected elements: Na to U) and the EDX-8000 (range of detected elements: C to U) now feature enhanced safety mechanisms to prevent X-ray leakage: The spectrometers feature a control function that blocks the generation of X-rays in case of a malfunction during operation and startup. To perfect the existing instruments, a locking mechanism has been incorporated in the main units, in order to enhance the monitoring system that works when the lid is opened or closed.

The systems measure the energy (keV) and intensity of the generated fluorescent X-rays to determine the type and content of the elements comprising a sample. They are applied for non-destructive elemental analysis of solid, powder, and liquid samples while offering excellent maintenance performance.



Supports Various Applications in Many Fields


– Electrical/electronic materials

RoHS and halogen screening

Thin-film analysis for semiconductors, discs, liquid crystals, and solar cells

– Automobiles and machinery

ELV hazardous element screening

Composition analysis, plating thickness measurement, and chemical conversion coating film weight measurement for machine parts

– Ferrous/non-ferrous metals

Main component analysis and impurity analysis of raw materials, alloys, solder, and precious metals

Composition analysis of slag

– Mining

Grade analysis for mineral processing

– Ceramics

Analysis of ceramics, cement, glass, bricks, and clay

– Oil and petrochemicals

Analysis of sulfur in oil

Analysis of additive elements and mixed elements in lubricating oil

– Chemicals

Analysis of products and organic/inorganic raw materials

Analysis of catalysts, pigments, paints, rubber, and plastics

– Environment

Analysis of soil, effluent, combustion ash, filters, and fine particulate matter

– Pharmaceuticals

Analysis of residual catalyst during synthesis

Analysis of impurities and foreign matter in active pharmaceutical ingredients

– Agriculture and foods

Analysis of soil, fertilizer, and plants

Analysis of raw ingredients, control of added elements, and analysis of foreign matter in foods

– Other

Composition analysis of archeological samples and precious stones, analysis of toxic heavy metals in toys and everyday goods

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