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New PRIMUS IV 4kw WD-XRF with optics above

RIGAKU have recently launched their latest high powered WD-XRF, the PRIMUS IV. This unique spectrometer boasts the following feathures: Analyse elements from Be to U New  expert guidance system software Digital multi-channel analyzer (D-MCA) EZ Analysis user interface for open access routine measurements Tube above optics: no more contamination of the x-ray optics. Small footprint: […]

The 2017 XRF courses were a success…once again!

Once again our series of XRF courses has been a genuine success. The week long, modular course included ED-XRF Theory, WD-XRF Theory and XRF sample preparation techniques. Attracting users from our own customer base and users of other makes of XRF, the course have met their objectives. Our dedicated team of application specialists and product […]

New Quartz Crucible for XRF fusions with the Vitriox Electric

FluXana has released a new Quartz Crucible to safely fuse difficult samples. Traditionally , platinum crucibles have been exposed to damage from contact with metallic, non oxidised particles. The use of Quartz crucibles eliminates this risks and allows users to run a wider range of materials. While oxidation of all material is still required for […]

Analysco has merged with SciMed XRF

As of September 1st 2015, Analysco has merged its business with SciMed.  Bringing SciMed and Analysco together creates a strong and unique supplier for the XRF marketplace.  Analysco were a leading XRF consumables supplier up to this point. SciMed have been a supplier of XRF spectrometers since the early 1990s.  Chris Jackson and Malcolm Haigh […]

SciMed open days 2015: 6-7 October

SciMed Open Days 2015 SciMed are pleased to announce their fourth annual open days.  This event is designed to give customers a better understanding of the full suite of laboratory equipment that SciMed have to offer.  In the last year we have seen our Analytik Jena product line become an integral part of our business […]

SciMed takeover responsibility for Rigaku Corporation’s polycrystalline XRD and X-Ray Tomography Business in the UK

Rigaku Corporation and Scientific and Medical Products Ltd (SciMed) are pleased to announce that as of 1st July 2015 SciMed will be the official distributor for all of Rigaku’s X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and tomography business within the UK.  This is an increase in SciMed’s representation of Rigaku in the UK where they already look after […]

SciMed XRF Training courses for 2015

X-Ray Fluorescence – Principles and Theory September 22nd – 23rd 2015, SciMed, Stockport A two day course covering general principles and theory of XRF. The focus will be on basic principles required for XRF method development. There will also be a strong emphasis on the role of sample preparation in XRF. Ideal for new or […]

SciMed is moving

SciMed ( Scientific and Medical Products Limited) will be moving to new premises on the 16th of April. Our new address will be: SCIENTIFIC & MEDICAL PRODUCTS LTD UNIT B4 THE EMBANKMENT BUSINESS PARK VALE ROAD STOCKPORT CHESHIRE SK4 3GN All emails and mobile phones will remain unchanged. Our new office number is 0161 442 […]

Energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction mapping on a benchtop X-ray fluorescence system

This fascinating article has been published by one of our eminent Hitachi EA6000VX ( previously Seiko SEA6000VX). The abstract is below:   J. Appl. Cryst. (2014). 47, 488-494    [ doi:10.1107/S1600576714000314 ] Energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction mapping on a benchtop X-ray fluorescence system D. W. Lane, A. Nyombi and J. Shackel Abstract: A method for energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction mapping is presented, using a conventional low-power benchtop […]

Featured Application Note WDXRF: Silicate Rock Analysis by the Low Dilution Fusion Method

The measurement of geochemical data from silicate rock is essential for modern petrology. WDXRF is a popular method for the determination of major elements in silicate rock, using the fusion method for sample preparation. For measurement of the trace elements the pressed powder method is often used because dilution by flux significantly reduces sensitivities. This […]

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