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:: PANalytical Showcase the Epsilon 1 EDXRF for Research and Education Applications at BCEIA 2013
PANalytical have marked the launch of the new Epsilon 1 XRF (X-ray Fluorescence) analyzer with an exhibition at the Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis (BCEIA), October 23-26, Beijing Exhibition Centre, Beijing, China. Designed as the most powerful benchtop XRF spectrometer in its class, the Epsilon 1 provides compact and cost effective ‘out of the box’, pre-calibrated analytical solutions for a range of elemental analysis applications. Experts will be on hand throughout the event to answer queries on the Epsilon 1 instrumentation and range of applications at PANalytical booths #2053-2055.
The new Epsilon 1 for research and education provides pre-programmed ‘out-of-the-box’ XRF analysis from simple element identification and quantification to more sophisticated analysis. Novel features such as a well designed optical path, a highly sensitive SDD detector system and a wide range of excitation capabilities (ranging from 10 to 50 kV for light and heavy elements) enable the Epsilon 1 to easily perform these crucial analytical procedures. Designed with operational simplicity in mind, the Epsilon 1 makes PANalytical’s high standards of performance accessible to a broad range of operations, from academic research laboratories through to college and university classes.
“The Epsilon 1 is designed to offer the most accessible high performance XRF system available”, commented Pieter de Groot, PANalytical Corporate Marketing Director. “This total solution package offers high quality and flexible analysis, making it equally suited for both use in research projects and teaching. Designed with operational ease of use in mind the Epsilon 1 offers easily accessible pre-calibrated EDXRF analysis to a range of users, from experienced X-ray fluorescence specialists through to college and university students completely unfamiliar with the technique."
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