Multi-element Analysis of Soil Analyser.
Jun 17 2008
Thermo Scientific NITON XRF analysers were designed for the simultaneous
multi-element analysis of environmental samples including soils, dust wipes, filter media, thin films, and solid waste. Real-time, onsite results can help users dynamically modify inspection and remediation plans based on hard data, creating efficiencies and saving time and money. Environmental testing applications range from elevated blood lead (EBL) investigations to site assessment; to emergency response; to brownfield remediation; to occupational safety and health (OSHA) compliance - all can directly benefit from the use of a handheld Thermo Scientific NITON XRF analyser.
“As awareness grows, requirements for the identification and remediation of environmental contamination in residential, commercial, and industrial setting are increasing globally,” said Jon Shein, Thermo Fisher’s director of global marketing for the NITON Analysers business unit. “Our handheld analysers provide a solution for site screening, emergency response, work-site clearance testing, and a host of other applications. Customers can benefit through immediate sample results, rapid delineation of contamination boundaries, legally defensible data, and overall improvement in jobsite productivity.”
Shein continued, “With our latest software release and the introduction of TestAll Technology, our instruments can automatically select the correct analytical mode for consumer goods screening, including our new Painted Products mode, which can measure surface lead in paint.
Further, the new live spectral display and peak ID capabilities allow the identification of non-standard elements found in samples for real-time viewing during analysis.”
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