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Handheld XRF Analyzer for Professional Materials Analysis and Screening

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Oxford Instruments’ X-MET7000 handheld XRF analyzer delivers results for materials analysis, verification and screening.

Oxford Instruments’ X-MET7000 handheld XRF analyzer delivers results for materials analysis, verification and screening. It is designed to be faster, lighter and smaller than common analyzers. Features include a new user interface, which is available in 13 languages, as well as increased reporting power and battery life.
A choice of calibration packages are tailored for a range of materials screening applications. The device can be loaded with a selection of analysis methods to meet even the strictest compliance regulations. According to the company, the device has been designed with flexibility, accuracy and value in mind for a variety of customer requirements, including positive material identification, metal recycling, scrap sorting, gold and precious metals verification, and more.

The high-contrast 4.3" Blanview transmissive LCD touchscreen is designed to optimize outdoor viewing. The result screen can be customized for individual needs such as showing only the elements of interest or creating informative pass/fail messages. The history view eases browsing of old results and spectra.  

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