Elemental analysis of oxygen to uranium. Compared to competing XRF systems, the Rigaku Supermini200 offers superior fundamental parameters and empirical software capabilities in a high resolution instrument with a compact footprint. As a high-power benchtop sequential wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometer, for elemental analysis of oxygen (O) through uranium (U) in almost any material, the Supermini200 uniquely delivers low cost-of-ownership (COO) with high resolution and lower limits-of-detection (LLD).
WDXRF performance with low costs.Not only is the Rigaku Supermini200 spectrometer an affordable choice for your XRF elemental analysis needs, the running costs are also low. P10 gas for the flow proportional detector is the only consumable. The Supermini200 does not require a source of cooling water, plumbing, or an external chiller, thereby decreasing system maintenance and lowering the overall lifetime cost of ownership of the system and yearly budgets for consumables and maintenance.
Analyze oxygen through uranium (O → U)
Analyze: solids, liquids, powders, alloys and thin films
Atmosphere: air, helium or vacuum
X-ray tube: 50 kV, 200 W Pd-anode
Primary beam filter: Zr is standard; Al optional
Detectors: F-PC and scintillation
Crystals: 3-position changer
Autosampler: 12-position standard
Vacuum: rotary pump standard
Power: 100 – 120V (50/60 Hz) 15A or 200 – 240V (50/60 Hz) 10A