EQUILAB  Sample Preparation Instruments 

The Equilab sample preparation tools for XRF analytical applications include the following range of instruments :

EQP-1 Manual Pellet Press
F Series Induction Fluxers
EQP-100 & EQP-200 Pellet Press
EQM-400 Ball Mixer Mill
EQR-100 Vibratory Disc Mill
EQH-3.0 Induction Heater
MultiEQP-100 Processing System for Metallic Samples

EQUILAB Analyzers

Our leitmotiv being the excellence in supporting our clients, we developed a series of units for specific purposes. Accuracy, ease of use, swiftness, durability and safety are some of the concepts defining our units.

AL-204 – Metal Aluminium Analyzer

Analysis of Aluminium as metallic component in slags. The AL-204 has been specially designed to quickly and accurately determine the concentration of aluminium in slags. Via the analysis of the gases resulting from the attack to the sample with Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) you can quickly obtain – in just ten minutes – and accurately – a precision of >99% – the percentage of aluminium contained in the sample.

CO-202 – Benchtop Carbonates Analyzer
Accuracy, swiftness and comfort in the analysis of Carbonates.Until now, the carbonates analysis was made by hand, spending a lot of time to prepare the sample and the analysis, only to obtain, after all that process, results with a high uncertainty level. The CO-202 is a new semi-automatic unit able to undertake the analysis of Carbonates in less than three minutes, eliminating the uncertainties, improving the repeatability and increasing the easiness and comfort when making the analysis according to the norm.
CO-211 – Continuous Carbonates Analyzer
Continuous Carbonates analysis in ongoing processes of desulphurization in Thermal Stations. The CO-211, is an instrument designed to analyze the contents of inorganic carbonate in continuous, in a solution of carbonate in water. The carbonates contained in the solution, dosed in a continuous and constant manner, are attacked with an acid dissolution inside a reactor; the acid decomposes the carbonates, releasing CO2, which is taken away by an air current, through a series of Peltier driers and chemical ones, to prepare the sample before it is quantified in a selective infrared cell (NIR).