The Shimadzu MXF-2400 is an improved version of the Shimadzu
Multi-Channel X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, which has been
rated highly in the overseas market as well as in the Japanese
market. The latest hardware designed to fully utilize the
principle of X-ray fluorescence spectrometry and the data
processing unit that uses various software programs to permit
automatic management of analysis data combine to provide high
analytical productivity both in R&D and production control.
Up to 36 elements can be simultaneously determined by the
fixed monochrometer and up to 48 elements can be determined
sequentially by the optional scanning monochrometer. High
analytical precision is provided even in high sensitivity
analysis of a few ppm quantity level.
High level of automation and labor saving
Impurity elements as well as major elements in various types
of samples can be readily determined, for the purpose of quality
control and R&D. About 36 elements in a sample can be
determined in a minute. The operation is stable enough to
permit unattended operation to save labor and running cost.
The optional scanning monochrometer is convenient for automated
qualitative analyses in R&D.
The MXF-2400 presents analytical results in a short time
with excellent stability in quality control. This minimizes
the number of off-grade products.
Samples may be taken form the production line and analyzed
without delay. The data are fed back to control the material
mixing properly. The result is stable and high quality.