Berg Rental - Oxford Instruments Handheld XRF - X-MET8000 Series Analyser (R-X-MET8000)

    Berg Rental - Oxford Instruments Handheld XRF - X-MET8000 Series Analyser

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    Please contact Berg Engineering at 1-847-577-3980 or Request Quote above for package rental cost and availability.

    The X-MET8000 handheld X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyser is the flexible & easy-to-use tool of choice for elemental analysis within production environments, manufacturing plants and scrap metals processing.

    Building on the success of the X-MET7000 Series, Oxford Instruments has raised the bar with its latest handheld XRF analyser, the X-MET8000. The optimised combination of a high performance X-ray tube and Oxford Instruments’ large area silicon-drift detector (SDD) delivers the performance required for the most demanding PMI and scrap metals applications. A few of the many advantages of the X-MET8000 are:

    • Accurate alloy identification - With over 1600 alloys included, the X-MET8000 includes the most comprehensive set of grade libraries (AISI DIN, JIS, and GB) pre-installed
    • Powerful data management - Store up to 100,000 results including spectra and sample image (with optional camera), share using Wifi and print via Bluetooth
    • Easy-to-use - Intuitive, icon-driven user interface requiring minimal operator training, coupled with a customisable results screen for fast decision making, Only displaying information that is important to you
    • Rugged for low cost of ownership - IP54 rating (equivalent to NEMA3) for superior protection against dust and water
    • Minimises downtime - Quick-swap analysis window and optional shield: no tools required to change if broken or dirty

    Rental Packages Includes:

    • X-Met8000 Unit
    • Battery & Charger
    • Case
    • Manual
    Please Note: The Oxford Handheld XRF instruments that we rent are not capable of analyzing multiple layers of paint and will not meet HUD requirements for lead-in-paint.