October 25, 2017
October 25, 2017
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Optical and elemental views are seamlessly merged, with the fastest possible acquisition times.

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Micro-XRF Analysis

The XGT X-ray Fluorescence micro-analyzers combine the fast, non-destructive elemental analysis of energy dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) with the capability to pinpoint individual particles with diameters down to 10 µm in size. Automated sample scanning provides detailed images of element distribution, over areas as large as 10cm x 10cm.

No other technique provides this depth of information with so little fuss. Simply position the sample, and the measurement can begin. Optical and elemental views are seamlessly merged, with the fastest possible acquisition times.

XGT-7200 X-ray Analytical Microscope

XGT-7200Single point analysis and automated hyperspectral imaging.

Dual vacuum modes.

Spot sizes from 1.2 mm to 10 µm.


XGT-5200 X-ray Analytical Microscope

XGT-5200Single point analysis and automated imaging.

Atmospheric pressure analysis.

Spot sizes from 1.2 mm to 10 µm.


EX-250/350/450 – Energy Dispersive X-Ray Micro Analyzer

EMAX ENERGY EX-250/350/450EMAX ENERGY combined with SEM is an energy dispersive X-ray analyzer which is suited for foreign material and composition analysis. It matches the samples in many applications.

Analyzer is designed to provide pertinent information concerning qualitative and quantitative analysis. A combination of a high performance detector and easy software provides the many kinds of results (Mapping, Phase analysis, Database search etc).

EMAX x-act- Liquid nitrogen less X-ray Detector

EMAX x-actLiquid nitrogen less X-ray Detector (Optional type)

EMAX x-act achieved good energy resolution which is unprecedented level in light element using a unique silicon drift sensor (SDD) and combination with the digital pulse processor assure providing accurate results under all conditions.


The XGT systems are used for a wide range of applications, including:

  • Archaeology
  • Biology
  • Contaminant identification
  • Electronics
  • Engine Wear Analysis
  • Environmental analysis
  • Forensic science
  • Geology
  • Materials
  • Museums
  • Pharmaceutics
  • RoHS and ELV
  • Trouble shooting