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Malvern Panalytical releases new analytical tool

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Malvern Panalytical, a supplier of analytical instrumentation, has released Epsilon 4, new analytical tool for industries including mining, pharma, and fuel.

Built on the experience of its previous Epsilon 3 range of XRF spectrometers, the Epsilon 4 is a multi-functional instrument opening new applications for industries who are obliged to comply with international regulations and test methods.

Due to its low infrastructural requirements, Epsilon 4 can be placed next to the production line anywhere in the process. Its high performance enables most applications to be operated at ambient conditions, reducing costs for helium or vacuum maintenance.

The unique low-drift metal-ceramic X-ray tube, designed and manufactured by Malvern Panalytical, delivers compliant results for years without the need for re-calibration. The instrument can automatically process sample batches without the need for operator attention.

Epsilon 4 is a highly flexible tool available in a 10-Watt version for elemental analysis (F – Am) in areas from R&D through to process control.

“Epsilon 4 delivers the highest count rate in the market while little or no sample preparation is required to achieve very fast and reproducible results”, says Simon Milner, product director at Malvern Panalytical. “It is the perfect analytical tool for any industry needing to comply with increasingly stringent test methods and norms.”

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