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Zetium

...elemental excellence in X-ray fluorescence

The Zetium XRF spectrometer embodies SumXcore technology – an integration of WDXRF, EDXRF and XRD. WD and ED cores combined on one single platform and able to be run in parallel! This maximising task flexibility, throughput and enhancing performance.

ZetiumCombined WD/ED XRF benefits:

  • Maximum task flexibility and enhanced performance with simultaneous SumXcore measurements
  • Benefit through dramatically reduced measurement times by up to 50%, or by improved precision
  • High-resolution SDD detector, with variable signal attenuation, for optimum performance flexibility
  • Elemental analysis from Na – Am, in concentrations from ppm – 100%
  • Track unexpected elements that can affect process element analysis without increasing measurement time
  • Enhance your QA/QC program and increase confidence in quality with two independent results for every measurement

Dedicated industry editions of the Zetium platform are offered for specific industries: cementmineralsmetalspetrochemicals and polymers & plastics. The Ultimate edition configuration meets the most demanding requirements regardless of industry.

Each industry edition of the Zetium XRF spectrometer is easily incorporated into an automated environment. Malvern Panalytical offers a range of integration solutions; from a simple interface with sample preparation equipment to full automation projects integrating several analytical instruments in a single container laboratory.

 

More on software below:

SuperQ softwareVirtual analystAdvanced analytical hardware requires advanced analytical software and expertise.
The Zetium is equipped with SuperQ software,  including Virtual Analyst that enables even non-expert users to easily setup applications. 

The Virtual Analyst takes information from many sources such as standards compositions, actual measurements and the user data objectives to calculate the response of the system, set it up and complete the method.

SuperQ provides a comprehensive measurement strategy which is operated in a user-friendly and intuitive visual sample changer map. Manual measurements are made simply by placing samples in to the spectrometer measuring chamber, entering an ID and choosing a method. Alternatively the sample changer can be engaged by selecting an application, locating a sample on the sample changer, entering an identification and automatic measurement will begin. This entire process can be automated by the addition of a barcode reader.