Vanta handheld XRF analysers for precious metals analysis

When accuracy and confidence count, Vanta handheld XRF analysers provide immediate, on-site elemental measurements for analysing precious metals including gold, platinum, silver and rhodium. The Vanta portable XRF analysers can be used for alloy and metal sorting, positive material identification, mining applications, environmental assessment, product safety and many more including jewellery analysis, on-the-spot analysis of gold karat percentage, car catalytic converter recycling and old bar analysis.

The Vanta Series’ Axon technology uses ultra-low-noise electronics, enabling higher X-ray counts per second for fast, accurate, and repeatable results.

Olympus’ Axon Technology is a series of signal processing improvements in the Vanta analyser. This technology provides extremely high count rates with excellent resolution, making Vanta analysers very good at counting X-rays. This means that better results can be obtained faster.

Axon technology coupled with a new quad-core processor make Vanta analysers remarkably responsive, pushing the limits of performance, so you get the best results in the least amount of time.

Axon technology provides test-to-test and instrument-to-instrument repeatability, so your first test is the same as your last test no matter what instrument you may use.

Vanta analyser’s customisable interface is easy to use and intuitive, so even users with minimal experience can be trained quickly. Users can access most features from the main menu in just one or two steps. Other features include grade match messaging guides the operator with customisable instructions, data management is easy with GPS and optional, wireless LAN and the onboard aiming camera helps create a record of the material analysed.

Vanta analysers are IP55 rated to withstand rain, dirt, and dust and are drop tested using US Department of Defence methods (MIL-STD-810G) to help prevent breakages and costly repairs. Vanta analysers can withstand a temperature range of -10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F), so you spend less time waiting for your analyser to cool, even in hot environments.

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