Thermo Scientific at Mining Indaba

first_imgThermo Scientific says it has the largest installed base of hand-held XRF spectrometers in Africa, used in mineral exploration and for other tasks. These units can be used for early stage exploration: soil survey and outcrop evaluation and advanced exploration and drilling: trend analysis to identify decreasing or increasing pattern of elements of interest to make “continue” or “stop” drilling decisions onsite. They can also assist with ore deposit modelling/mapping.The Niton XL3t XRF analyser offers features engineered to improve productivity and profitability:High sensitivity and measurement accuracyFlip-up, color, touch-screen displayErgonomic designEasy-to-use software50 kV x-ray tube provides approximately twice the x-ray flux of a 40 kV x-ray tubeHotfoot hot surface adaptor allows testing in petrochemical refineries up to (450°C).The Mining Indaba is at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, February 5-8. International Mining will be there.last_img read more