X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry is a method for the total determination
of major and trace elements by measuring secondary x-ray emission
after a solid sample is bombarded with a primary x-ray beam. Elements
have characteristic energy levels for secondary x-ray emission with
the intensity of the emission characteristic of the concentration.
World first 250 um Mapping!
With spirit of a pioneer of local analysis, mapping
and 4 kW thin-window X-ray tube, Shimadzu brush up these technologies
with reviewing hardware and software, and achieve more reliable,
more operative and more functional system. We are proud to
introduce XRF-1800 system.
Sample of mapping (rare earth)
World first 250?m Mapping for wavelength dispersive analysis
(patented). This enables to analyze content distribution and intensity
distribution of non uniform sample.
Qualitative/quantitative analysis using higher-order X-rays
(patent pending). More accurate evaluation of higher-order X-rays
Film thickness measurement and inorganic component analysis
for high-polymer thin films with background FP method (patented).
CCD camera option for sample position designation (patent pending).
4 kW thin-window X-ray tube for high reliability and long life.
Compared with conventional 3 kW tube, more than double of sensitivity
is achieve in light elements.
Ease of use – template and matching functions based on Shimadzu
expertise. Optimal conditions can be created based on prepared
conditions for sample forms like liquid, powder, solid, metal
*Appearance and specification may be changed without prior notice.
Application for Biodiesel Quality
XRF is a technique applied to Biodiesel analysis. It used to determine
the Sulfur content that contaminate in Biodiesel.