OLIP POCKET XRF Analyzer 3 Fluorescence Spectrometer can analyze all kinds of high and low alloy steel, stainless steel, tool steel, Chrome-Molybdenum Steel, Nickel alloy, Cobalt alloy, Nickel-Cobalt heat-resistant alloy, Titanium alloy, Copper alloy, Bronze, Zinc alloy and Tungsten alloy; it can also identify Grades of light Aluminum and Magnesium alloy s through measuring other alloy elements.
Steels are alloys in which Iron is mixed with Carbon (major elements) and other elements such as Silicon, Manganese, Sulfur and Phosphor. Other elements are added to produce the chemical specifications for the desired steel grade. By determining the concentration of these elements, we know the properties and types of steels.
+Chromium-Chromium is added to increase abrasion resistance, hardness and most of all corrosion resistance. Steel with chromium above 13% is regarded as stainless steel.
+ Manganese-Manganese is a very important alloying element in steel, which helps to produce texture and strengthen toughness and abrasion resistance. In the heat treatment and press process, it de-oxidizes the inner side of the liquid steel. Manganese is often seen in steels used to make scissors (exceptA-2, L-6 and CPM420V).
+Molybdenum-Molybdenum is a carbonization agent, which is used to prevent embrittlement of certain steels. It keeps the strength of the steel at higher temperature. Molybdenum is seen in many types of steel, e.g. the air-hardening steel (e.g. A-2, ATS-34 ). Air-hardening steel contains 1 % or more Molybdenum. Mo’s function is to cause the steel to harden in the air.
rapid identification of mineral categories, auto qualitative and quantitative analysis of multi elements, different test options, free and unlimited adding of test modes and in-built intensity correction mode correcting deviation caused by different geometric shapes or uneven structural density. It is widely used in geography, metallurgy, rare earth, petroleum, environment monitoring, non-ferrous metals, food, agriculture, research institutes, colleges and mining enterprises.
• Mineral exploration and survey
• In-site inspection of rocks, soil, sediments and ores
• Drawing of atlas of mineral resources
• Analysis of crude ore, ore concentrates and tails in washing process
• Determination of grade of ores during the purchase of crude ores and ore concentrate
• In-field measurement of archeology
Scrap Metals Recycling and Utilization
Scrap metals recycling is an indispensable aspect of circular economy, which has positive influence on environment protection and resources economization. Nowadays, nations around the world are propelling the cause of scrap metals recycling, waste electronic products reuse and circular economy transformation of steel and non-ferrous industries. China is currently making experiments on circular economy in key industries, areas, industrial parks, and cities.
Scrap metals recycling: Rare metals: gilt.silver plating.silver point, Hg, Mo, Ni and W; Non-ferrous metals: Cu,Al,stainless steel, lead soldering tin, tin dross, zinc, etc
Waste electric appliances recycling: household appliances such as airconditioner, refrigerator, washing machine.TV and refrigerator
Waste commercial units recycling: central air conditioning system, refrigeration equipment.electric wire and cable,battery cell, electric motor.machine tool,elevator, jack box, transformer and boiler
Precious Metals Analysis
Precious metals refer to the eight metal elements Au, Ag and Ru, Rh, Pd, Os, Ir, Pt in Pt family. Most of these metals have beautiful colors. They are normally un-reactive as they have strong resistance to chemicals. They are usually made into jewelries or souvenirs. They also have wide industrial application.
OLIP POCKET XRF Analyzer 3 Handheld X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer can test grades and purity of the precious metals, identify grades of gemstones and conduct routine physical, compositional and structural analysis of jewelries.
• Measure concentration of precious metals Au, Pt,Ag and etc.
• Precious metals and jewelries processing industries
• Jewelry shops and test institutes
• Banks and electro plating industry
heavy metals in soils
Soils may be polluted by liquid and solid wastes from cities and industries dealing with heavy metals. The surface soil full of high intensity heavy metals, driven by wind or water forces, may continue to pollute the air, the surface water, the underground water and the ecological system, which altogether pose a great threat to human life and health. This is especially true when the pollutants are Hg, Cd, Pb, As, Cu, Zn, Ni, Co and V. Hg is usually found in waste water released by some plants. They will continue to exit in the soils for a very long time. Pb is usually found in car exhausts and steel melting industry. They are most often discovered in the soils on both sides of the roads. Arsenic is usually found in pesticide, antiseptic, rodenticide, weed killer and vulcanization ores exploration, separation and melting industry.
• Pre-sorting of contaminated soil before landfill
• Protection of water resource
• Environment protection institutes
• Archeology and soil research