Fluxana’s new electric fusion machine with x-ray fluorescence
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Fluxana’s new electric fusion machine with x-ray fluorescence

4:30 AM, 9th December 2015
Fluxana’s new electric fusion machine with x-ray fluorescence
The electric fusion machine is fully automatic. It has highest precision for all kinds of material with full microprocessor control and has 10 different application settings for storage.

BEDBURG-HAU, GERMANY: Fluxana GmbH & Co KG said that it has launched its new electric fusion machine, which the next generation of XRF machines.

The fusion technology is used to prepare samples to be analyzed with an X-ray fluorescence instrument. It is also used to improve precision over pressed powder technology.

Electrical fusion machine is fully automatic cold to cold operation for 1, 2, 4 or 6 samples, operates 1 sample at a time. It has highest precision (ISO 29581-2 ‘expert performance’) for all kinds of material with full microprocessor control and has 10 different application settings for storage.

Its high temperature control allows use of applications with variable temperature settings and works with all common flux mixtures and it is compatible with Vulcan gas fusion machine (another machine).

Using the electrical fusion machine in combination with the extractor hood will ensure that every bead is produced under the same constant conditions.

Fluxana offers ready to go application packages including all calibration samples.

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