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XRF, or X-ray fluorescence, is a cutting-edge technology utilized for elemental analysis in various industries. By emitting X-rays into a sample, XRF spectroscopy identifies and quantifies the elements present, offering invaluable insights into sample composition. In process monitoring, XRF analyzers provide real-time data on elemental concentrations, enabling precise control and optimization of production processes. With its non-destructive nature and rapid results, XRF technology revolutionizes quality control and efficiency in manufacturing. Metrohm Process Analytics introduces its first XRF spectrometer, specifically Energy-Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF), the 2060 XRF Process Analyzer – Reliable online x-ray fluorescence analysis for liquid process control.

Reagent-less and nondestructive analysis

The 2060 XRF Process Analyzer is the latest process analyzer from Metrohm Process Analytics, designed to be able to analyze a wide range of elements from magnesium to uranium in liquid samples (z=12 to 92). By being a non-contact technique, it not only minimizes the risk of sample contamination but also reduces waste effectively by not using reagents for XRF analysis.

Powerful on the inside

To optimize XRF analysis, use the 2060 XRF Process Analyzer with advanced software solutions designed for Process Analytical Technology (PAT). This analyzer features two key software products: IMPACT and VantaTM. IMPACT serves as the user interface, enabling smart programming, result display, and communication with the plant control room. On the other hand, VantaTM manages all data analysis. Together, these software components make the 2060 XRF Process Analyzer an ideal tool for process monitoring support, providing maximum benefits for your analytical processes.

Parallel analysis using one analyzer

The 2060 XRF Process Analyzer ensures continuous data collection, operating seamlessly 24/7. Its advanced programming capabilities enhance plant safety by introducing unique features. Through intelligent conditional actions, the analyzer proactively monitors critical parameters, enabling users to make informed decisions in real-time. If a sample deviates from set limits, the analyzer reacts promptly by adjusting analysis frequency or triggers additional tests like titration, photometry, or standard addition for a thorough analysis.