The Philips EM420 is a standard TEM with a lattice resolution of 0.3nm, and operates at a maximun accelerating voltage of 120 kV.
The Philips CM20 is an analytical TEM, with a tungsten electron gun, which can be operated between 20 and 200kV.
X-ray fluorescence analysis is one of the best analytical techniques to perform elemental analysis in all kind of samples, from liquids and solids
Compact, mobile, multi-directional C-Arm fluoroscopy system with pulsed techonology incorporating a mobile view station for most challenging interv
The XRF PW1400 for whole rock chemical analysis is used for major and trace element analyses.
The Philips PW 1830 is equipped with a fine-focus tube, ICDD search/match program. It is used for qualitative and quantitative phase analysis .
The PW 2404 spectrometer is used for bulk elemental analysis. It is equipped with a 60-specimen sample changer for automated operation.
The Philips CM200 transmission electron microscope (TEM) operating at up to 200 kV is a very versatile microscope.
The Phillips PW1720 X-ray diffractometer (XRD) is used for qualitative phase identification in crystalline substances.