The Niton® XLt, XLp and XLi XRF Analyzers
Thermo Scientific Niton XLt, XLp and XLi handheld x-ray fluorescence
(XRF) analyzers offer you a choice of excitation sources and form
factors to meet the needs of your application. From their easy to use
point-and-shoot operation to their high-strength, environmentally sealed
housings, they provide you with choice and value in an XRF analyzer.
The Niton XLt
XRF analyzer was the first x-ray tube-based x-ray fluorescence analyzer
to be mass produced, with over 9000 instruments installed to date. The Niton XLi and XLp
offer you a choice of radioisotopes as an excitation source, and are
the only instruments ideally suited for lead paint inspection when
equipped with a Cd-109 source.
Whether you prefer the familiarity
of a pistol-shaped instrument with the Niton XLt or XLp, or you prefer
the ultra-portable design of the Niton XLi – the smallest & lightest
XRF analyzer on the market, you'll
experience analytical performance, intuitive functionality and the
value your business requires in today's volatile economy.
any of these instruments, you'll get the following standard accessories:
serial communications for direct data transfer to the user's PC;
locking carrying case; shielded belt holster; two eight-hour,
rechargeable lithium-ion battery packs; battery charger; reference
samples/standards; and the Niton Data Transfer (NDT©) software suite.
options and accessories (varies by application and product) include
integrated Bluetooth™ communications; a choice of three different test
stands; the Thermo Scientific Extend-a-Pole™ for in-situ soil and
Greenfield surveys; and the Thermo Scientific Hotfoot™ hot surface
adaptor, which extends the Niton XRF analyzer's ability to test
in-service components in petrochemical refineries up to 1000°F (538°C).
With over 20,000 handheld XRF analyzers installed since 1994, and an
active customer base of over 18,000 instruments, learn why most
customers in the recycling and mining
segments are achieving a return on investment measured in several
months, while many report that they've paid for the cost of the
instrument in weeks, and some in as little as one day. Similarly, if
your job calls for lead paint inspections,
you can increase productivity with shorter measurement times. This
translates into an ability to inspect more dwellings per day than was
previously achievable using older technology. If you're in the petrochemical industry, you can reduce risk through alloy verification, while if you manufacture toys and other child-accessible products
you can use them to drive toy screening compliance with global
regulations. And should your requirements grow so that you need to take
faster measurements, achieve lower detection limits, obtain greater
precision and accuracy, or a combination of these improvements, then you
should learn more about our Niton XL3 Series handheld XRF analyzers.
Learn more about our key applications, including:
Metal and Alloy Analysis
Mining and Exploration
Lead Paint Testing
Contact us for a demonstration today, and see for yourself why the Thermo Scientific Niton XL3 is Simply Superior XRF.