Any mineral, any element, anywhere—lab or field
SciAps offers top-of-the-line technologies for geochemistry. The beauty of our two analyzers is that they cover all the bases. Do you want to quantify the results? Use the XRF. Do you want to qualify the results? Use the LIBS.
Morgan Jennings explains the difference between LIBS (laser) and XRF (X-ray) technology, gives a great overview of both analyzers, then performs a demo with a high lithium mineral called spodumene to show the difference between what each analyzer measures. See how the LIBS Element Pro app works, and get a deeper understanding of why the XRF can’t measure some of those lighter elements.
Even though the technologies are different, they also complement each other. SciAps offers the industry’s only complete geochemistry solution in a handheld package. With the One Box, analyze any element and any type of geochemistry sample—soils, powders, liquids—with best precision across the entire periodic table. The X-550 and Z-300 share the same user interface, accessories, and software, making training and operation a breeze. In the One Box, you get quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Fast, light, powerful
With amazing performance on light elements, the SciAps X-550 is the new premium handheld XRF for geochemistry — lab, field, or field-lab. Weighing only 2.8 lbs. with battery, it’s the lightest, fastest and most powerful handheld XRF on the market today. Read more about the X-550 detection limits on heavy elements; explore customizable software and economical apps; download the specifications; see how it handles drops; and watch the videos below.
X-550 is a light, powerful handheld XRF that’s also rugged and durable for field use — make critical decisions quickly and with confidence, and reduce the number of samples you need to bring back to the lab. Set it up on the test stand, and it performs like a laboratory XRF controlled from your PC.
Export data in a CSV file for spreadsheets, and/or a PDF file (customizable with logo) with chemistry, thumbnail of spectrum, and other test information, which can then be printed right from the analyzer to give to customers.
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