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Apr 03, 2012
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Alvin, TX, United States
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Thermo Fisher Niton
Thermo FIsher Niton not Innov-x,Metorex,Arcmet
XLi 818 (Am-241)
Thermo Scientific Niton XRF analyzers are the leading
handheld analyzers available today for rapid and accurate
positive material identification. Lightweight and ruggedly
built for virtually any environment or weather condition,
they deliver exceptionally accurate elemental analysis and
alloy grade identification in seconds.
Thousands of companies in oil and gas refining, petrochemicals,
pharmaceutical production, and power generation
industries rely on our analyzers every day to ensure
operational safety and maintain regulatory compliance.
Lab-quality results are available almost instantly on the
unit’s bright, color, touch-screen display, allowing quick
decision-making with total confidence. You can set user
permissions on the analyzer, print certificates of analysis,
and even remotely monitor and operate the unit hands-free
from your PC.
•Rapidly verify alloys
•Recover lost material traceability
•Isolate finished welds to validate filler material
•Confirm the integrity of process piping, valves,
and reaction vessels
Achieve all this and more with handheld XRF – the
nondestructive testing method that leaves samples
undamaged in any way.
To verify the integrity of your
process systems, take matters
into your own hands.
For petroleum and petrochemical facilities, the emphasis on
safety and accident prevention has never been greater – and
with good reason: According to one study, nearly half of the
170 largest losses in the hydrocarbon process industry resulted
from failures in the piping systems1.
The requirement for positive material identification (PMI) in
alloys used throughout the physical plant is more critical than
ever. Simply relying on spot testing of parts and subassemblies
is too risky and unacceptable; in fact, best practices today
include 100% PMI testing of all critical materials.
While that may seem like a formidable challenge, it’s now a
surprisingly easy task thanks to technology that can literally
fit in the palm of your hand.