The HA-HF-16 prepares oxidic sample materials for the x-ray fluorescence analysis. The fusion technique produces extremely accurate samples.
IDEAL FOR USE IN MODERN LABS
The borate/sample mixture is pre-dosed into platinum/gold crucibles. Each of the crucibles is input in one of the 16 pockets of the input magazine. The operator then starts up the operating sequence on the touch screen. The program-controlled crucible movement ensures perfect homogenization during the fusion process.
All components of the machine are neatly accommodated on a single stand. The integrated handling system silently and reliably takes care of all the transport routines in the machine.
The high-frequency heating system operates safely and reliably. The HA-HF16 has been purpose-designed to meet the requirements of modern laboratories.
A non-contact pyrometer holds the melt at a constant temperature. This ensures that a reproducible temperature curve, appropriate to the relevant sample quality, is maintained throughout the fusion process
PERFECT PROCESS CONTROL
Following the melting process, the melted sample material is poured into a preheated platinum/gold pouring dish and then gradually cooled. The melt is then cooled in the surrounding air until it solidifies. After solidification, a special air jet cools the pouring dish further. The procedures of the HA-HF16 are controlled by an integrated programmable logic control system. This allows 16 different program sequences to be predefined and started separately on the touch screen for each sample. A vacuum pick-up takes only in-tact glass beads to the delivery chute. Up to 16 completed samples can be buffered. These are available to the operator to transfer to the analytical instrument