FPI XRF-2000 Heavy Metal Analyser simultaneously analyzes 28 of the most common heavy metal elements with high sensitivity and a low detection limit – down to ng/m3.
X-rays are used to expel tightly held electrons from the inner orbitals of the atom. The removal of an electron in this way makes the electronic structure of the atom unstable, and electrons in higher orbitals ‘fall’ into the lower orbital to fill the hole left behind. Each of these transitions yields a fluorescent photon with a characteristic radiation equal to the difference in energy of the initial and final orbital. The fluorescent radiation is then analyzed by separating the characteristic wavelengths (qualitative) and detecting intensity of each characteristic radiation (quantitive).
Hello there, I'm Azlan In November 2017 I opened Thomson's Queensland office and I am excited to be able to offer our Queensland customers both sales and technical support locally. I am also our Category Manager for Air Quality Monitoring Stations and Teledyne API. If there is anything I can help you with please don't hesitate to call me on 0410 541 553 or send me a message and myself or your local sales support will be in touch shortly!