The Orbis from EDAX signifies a new generation of X-ray microfluorescence (XRMF) systems. Packed into a compact, tabletop design, the Orbis is one of the most versatile tools available for inorganic elemental analysis. Non-destructive sample analysis Little or no sample preparation for most materials (solids, liquids, powders, films and coatings, non-conductive, polymers...) Large sample chamber accommodates irregular sample sizes and shapes Fast, simultaneous, multi-element detection for elements sodium to uranium Sensitivity from PPM to 100% concentration levels Small analytical spot (down to 30 µm with Orbis PC) Unique optical turret design incorporating multiple X-ray spot sizes up to 2 mm Analysis in air or vacuum Simple, optical based point and click navigation ...Read more
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The Orbis from EDAX signifies a new generation of X-ray microfluorescence (XRMF) systems. Packed into a compact, tabletop design, the Orbis is one of the most versatile tools available for inorganic elemental analysis.
Applications: The Orbis is used to analyze fragments, particles and larger objects and components where targeted measurements and distributional analyses can be made. Applications include criminal forensics, industrial quality control, microelectronics, coating thickness/composition measurements, RoHS, non-destructive testing, geology and more.