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Metal Detection Technique

07/02/2012 1:31 PM

Dear All,

I am the business man of metals. Anybody can help me what are the steps of detection of metals with Niton XFR analyzer and is there any effect on the reading of the analyzer if we change the angle of the touching of the machine.

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07/02/2012 3:44 PM

@Lyn: Your User Guide link is broken

@OP: You can find a slew of literature right off of the manufacturers website. For starters, typos can hurt your search results, so make sure you're searching for XRF Analyzers, not XFR. Most manufacturers have digital manuals that you can consult for information regarding products like this.

Here's a link to the spec sheets:

http://www.niton.com/portable-XRF-technology/literature.aspx?sflang=en

If you have a specific question regarding the product itself, it's probably a good idea to try contacting the manufacturer if the various .pdf's don't answer your question. Here's a link to their various means of communication:

http://www.niton.com/contact.aspx?sflang=en

Good luck!

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07/02/2012 4:05 PM

Thanks. Got sidetracked (by my day job) and didn't check it after I posted it.

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07/02/2012 4:20 PM

Happens to the best of us

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07/02/2012 7:47 PM

"change the angle of the touching of the machine." Ugh - what does that mean?

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07/03/2012 8:12 AM

I evaluated the Niton, but finally went with the Bruker.

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