SciAps XRF Analyzer Models

The world’s lightest, smallest, fastest, high precision family of XRF analyzers. Speed, precision, beautifully packaged. The X’s weigh barely 3 lbs, are lightning fast, and can be used all day long without fatigue. They’re built on the Android platform for global connectivity. Manage your data and fleet anywhere, print or email results seamlessly. And Visibility? The X features the latest 5″ Smartphone display for easy viewing in all lighting conditions. Integrated camera/video for sample viewing with all models.

X-50 XRF Analyzer

The “classic” model for many applications at a great value.

The X-50 features PiN diode technology, which is the previous generation detector prior to the advent of silicon drift detectors. The PiN technology processes a factor of 10x – 20x lower X-ray rates than the silicon drift detectors, and has resolution that is about 100 eV less (greater width). However for many applications such as basic sorting of stainless, high temp and copper alloys, or analyze base or heavy metals in soils, ores, powders, etc. the PiN technology is satisfactory. The X-50 will NOT measure Mg, Al or Si, and in some materials can measure P and S at the 1% level. Limits of detection will be 5x higher (elevated) compared to SDD versions of the X. However the X-50 features an attractive price point for the applications that work well. The X-50 includes the same advanced X-ray tube as other X models (operating at 40 kV max.), integrated camera, video, and the Android OS platform. The X-50 is available for alloy, environmental, mining/exploration, industrial and user-customizable applications. Analyzers may be factory calibrated with fundamental parameters, Compton Normalization (EPA Method 6200), or user defined empirical calibrations.

X-Ray Tube

40 kV, Rh anode (alloy) or Au anode (Geochem, Soil, others)

Detector, Rate

7 mm2 PIN Diode, Standard DPP, 15k cps, 50% live

X-100 XRF Analyzer

If you don’t need to measure Mg, Al, Si, P or S, save your money

The X-100 is the same hardware platform as the X-200, except with calibration and software omitted for certain element/app combinations. For the alloy app, the X-100 excludes Mg, Al, Si, P and S. For exploration and environmental, the X-100 excludes Mg, Al, Si, P, S, Cl, K, and Ca. For other applications, in general the X-100 hardware is not configured for elemental analysis below atomic number 20 (Ca).
The X-100 does feature the same state of the art X-ray tube and silicon drift detector as the X-200. It is the ideal configuration for operators that want high performance for transition metals (Sc and higher), precious metals and heavy metals. As such it is widely used for many alloy applications, base metal exploration and mining, and heavy metal contamination or analysis in a wide variety of sample types. The LOD and precision data stated above for X-200s applies to the X-100 for the applicable elements. Also available is the SciAps Empirical App for users that want to test other types of materials and generate their own calibration models. Analyzers may be factory calibrated with fundamental parameters, Compton Normalization (EPA Method 6200), or user defined empirical calibrations.

X-Ray Tube

40 kV, Rh anode (alloy) or 40 kV Au anode (Geochem, Soil, others).

Detector, Rate

20 mm2 standard SDD, DPP 125k cps, > 90% live.

X-200 XRF Analyzer

The Workhorse. Our X-200 XRF analyzer is the Perfect Blend of High Performance and Attractive Price.

The X-200 offers comparable or superior speed and performance to the top end analyzers from other brands. It uses a top performing SDD like the X-300 and a more standard version of pulse processing electronics. The X-200 has the same highly optimized X-ray tube and detector geometry as the X-300. The X-200 is rapidly becoming the choice for scrap processing and non-destructive testing due to the speed and analytical performance combined with the lightweight, small form-factor design. It’s fast on every alloy family including aluminum alloys. For geochemical applications, LODS are about 1.5x higher than the X-300, and it offers the same suites of elements for environmental, pathfinder, exploration and mining. Also available is the SciAps Empirical App for users that want to test other types of materials and generate their own calibration models. Analyzers may be factory calibrated with fundamental parameters, Compton Normalization (EPA Method 6200), or user defined empirical calibrations.

X-Ray Tube

40 kV, Rh anode (alloy) or 50 kV Au anode (Geochem, Soil, others).

Detector, Rate

20 mm2 standard SDD and DPP. 125k cps, > 90% live.

Scrapper X-250

An X-ray analyzer designed from the ground up to be the fastest scrap sorter in existence.

The X-250 measures Mg and Si up to 10 times faster than any other X-ray gun, with better sensitivity.  Precise Mg and Si measurements are critical for highly accurate aluminum alloy testing.  The X-250 measures Mg down to 0.25% and Si to 0.15% in 2 seconds, allowing a huge variety of aluminum alloys to now be precisely sorted by X-ray.  And you still maintain the performance advantage of X-ray on other alloying metals like Cr, Cu, Zr, Zn, Mn — the strength of X-ray.  For example Mn precision is essential to sort within the 3000 series like 3105, 3003 and other similar alloys.  The same holds for small differences Cu, Cr and Zr that often differentiates 6000 and 7000 grades.

X-Ray Tube

40 kV, Rh anode (alloy) or 50 kV Au anode (Geochem, Soil, others).

Detector, Rate

20 mm2 standard SDD and DPP. 125k cps, > 90% live.

SciAps LIBS Analyzer Models

.From sophisticated analysis of ultra-low elemental concentrations in alloys, ores, brines and powders, to basic material or scrap sorting, SciAps offers a model for your application. And we defy obsolescence. Any lower performing model can be upgraded to a higher performing model at any time. You’re never obsolete with a SciAps LIBS.

Z-50 LIBS Analyzer

OES made easy, for basic material sorting and ID

The Z-50 is a basic material analyzer. It uses laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). It performs air-based analysis (air burn) only, no argon purge. So like other air-burn units it is largely for basic sorting or more qualitative analysis. Eighty years of spark OES usage have proven that for quantitative, precise analysis, an argon purge is essential for OES techniques like spark or LIBS.

Great News: If you buy a Z-50 you can always upgrade it later to any other Z model with argon purge. Even carbon. Defy Obsolescence!

For the metals industry, the Z-50 is an inexpensive but reliable alloy sorting device, mostly for aluminum alloys, stainless and red metals. It will ID high-temp alloys but should not be used for precise Ni analysis. It offers base metal quantification for the environmental and minerals industries, particularly for beryllium in soil (for which there is no other handheld technique). The Z-50 is the best choice for an inexpensive alloy sorter or elemental analyzer with modest performance requirements. Add argon purge at any time to upgrade to the Z-200 for the price difference between the models.

Analytical Range

One or more lines from all elements except H, F, Cl, Br, N, O, Rb, Cs, S

Spectrometer/Range

190 nm – 625 nm

Z-200 LIBS Analyzer

The most advanced, highest performance handheld LIBS Platform.

The Z-200 offers point-and-shoot simplicity of operation for the metals, mining and other industrial testing or QC applications. It’s also an advanced spectrometer with sophisticated analytics and calibration model building software. The Z-200 uses a pulsed laser, 5-6 mJ/pulse, 50 Hz repetition rate. It is the world’s only handheld LIBS with integrated argon purge, allowing the analyzer to be operated in both air-based analysis for quick screening, or argon-purge for highly sensitive, precise measurements. It features an on-board camera and laser targeting so you can view the sample and precisely aim where the laser will strike. For the metals testing industry the Z-200 is equipped with factory calibrations for the major metal bases, and a large alloy grade library. Users may use the ProfileBuilder desktop software package to add or modify calibrations. For the mining industry, the Z-200 is widely used to complement XRF analysis, mainly to quantify either elements XRF cannot measure such as Li, Be, B, C, Na (for fluorine see the Z-300) or for the microanalysis capability available in the Geochem Pro App available with the Z. For more research or academic oriented users, the Z offers great flexibility. The spectrometer may be run in either gated or ungated mode, without or without argon purge. The raster pattern may be varied as well as the focal distance. Individual spectrum from each laser shot may be analyzed. Applications abound for the Z including food, agriculture testing, pharma for validating raw materials, forensics investigations, anti-counterfeiting, art/artifact authentication, and a variety of industrial quality control and inspection needs.

Analytical Range

One or more lines from all elements except H, F, Cl, Br, N, O, Rb, Cs, S

Spectrometer/Range

190 nm – 625 nm

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Z-200 C+ LIBS Analyzer

The world’s only handheld analyzer that delivers carbon content in stainless, steels and cast irons…yes even L-grades.

The Z-200 C+ is a dedicated analyzer for alloy analysis including carbon content. It analyzes carbon content in stainless, down to 0.007 ppm, for dependable separation of L and H grades. The C+ also analyzes carbon steels, including carbon equivalents (CE) for weldability. The analyzer is available in two versions. The Z-200 C comes with iron-base calibrations including carbon. The Z-200 C+ includes both iron and stainless bases and carbon. Additional bases may be added at time of purchase or any later date. Following in the tradition of our defy obsolescence principle, any Z-200 or Z-200 C may be upgraded to the Z-200 C+ at any time for the price difference.

The Z uses the technique laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), which has many similarities to spark OES. LIBS has been an established laboratory technique for 20+ years. It fires a pulsed laser at the material to create a plasma, instead of a continuous electric spark like spark OES. Light from the plasma is measured with an on-board spectrometer to determine individual wavelengths and thus what elements are present. The elemental content is quantified via onboard calibrations.

High resolution is critical. The Z-200 C+ is equipped with a dedicated third spectrometer optimized for the best wavelength resolution around the carbon line. Due to the many nearby iron lines, resolution better than 0.080 nm is a must. Powerful laser – onboard argon purge – high resolution spectrometer. It’s the key to rock solid, in-field carbon analysis for alloys.

Spectrometer/Range

190 nm – 625 nm
Contains a third spectrometer dedicated to the 190 – 230 nm range

Z-300 LIBS Analyzer

Every Element in the Periodic Table, in Seconds, in a Handheld

The Z-300 accomplishes what no other portable analyzer has done. It’s a handheld analyzer that measures every element in the periodic table of the elements – from H to U. The Z-300 uses the same laser as the Z-200, but with an extended spectrometer range from 190 nm out to 950 nm. The extended range allows emission lines from elements H, F, N, O, Br, Cl, Rb, Cs and S to be measured. These lines cannot be measured with the Z-200. The Z-300 also measures a more sensitive line for lithium to achieve limits of detection in the 2-5 ppm range. The Z-300 also measures a more sensitive, and interference-free line for potassium (K). The more traditional potassium lines have heavy iron interference, whereas the line used by the Z-300 is free of such interference. The Z is most widely used for mineral exploration including lithium in both hard rock and brines. It is also used in the forensics, authentication, archeology, oil/gas exploration areas due to the wide elemental range. Like the Z-200, the laser strike pattern, cleaning shots, spectrometer settings are all under user control. The analyzer includes advanced software for modifying all settings, comparing spectral data, and for generating quantitative calibration curves. The Z-300 features the same Android OS and intuitive App-driven software as all other SciAps models.

Analytical Range

One or more lines from all elements in periodic table

Spectrometer/Range

190 nm – 950 nm

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