Ultramag always prefer portable testing equipment that allows them conduct in-situ analysis, thereby minimising the level of disruption to their clients’ processes and procedures. Their lightweight Niton XL3t GOLDD has already proved its worth in a programme of on-site testing for one of the biggest names in the petroleum industry.
Phoenix County Metals
With their order placed before the instrument was officially available, Phoenix County Metals quickly benefited from their new Thermo Scientific Niton XL2 handheld XRF analyser. The robust Niton XL2 has proven ideal for Phoenix’s application, which involves the identification of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium from waste materials and products.
ELG Haniel Metals use Thermo Scientific Niton XRF analysers to identify and sort scrap metals received at their Sheffield headquarters and their eight feeder depots across the UK.
When Weir Floway wanted to introduce an in-house PMI (Positive Metal Identification) facility, the handheld Niton XL3t XRF analyser provided the perfect solution.
University of Sheffield
Stonehenge’s ancient stones and their wider landscape are being investigated with the help of a Niton XL3t material analyser from Niton UK. By producing instant read-outs of the composition of stones and soil, the handheld x-ray fluorescence instrument has allowed the archaeological team from Sheffield University to change the way they work.
HMD Kontro Sealless Pumps
HMD Kontro, the company that originally designed and developed the sealless magnetic drive pump, use a Niton handheld XRF analyser to both confirm that the materials and components they are building their pumps with is to specification and also to witness this important fact to customers when they visit their factory to inspect the pumps before shipment to site.
The adoption of an advanced portable Niton XRF (x-ray fluorescence) alloy analyser has enabled the specialist engineering consultants at Tetra Engineering to investigate and quickly pinpoint failures within a power plant’s complex pipeline network.
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Humberside Reclamation LtdMichael Sanderson on 03-08-2017
British SteelMark Noteyoung on 03-08-2017
GE Oil & GasKerry McKenzie on 27-07-2017
Signet Trading LtdGraham Cox on 26-07-2017
H L Thorne & Co LtdMichelle Fletcher on 21-07-2017
Pfizer (Ireland) PharmaceuticalsBill Whitnell on 12-07-2017
Parker Hannifin Snap-TiteRoseann Moorehouse on 04-07-2017
Numac Engineering LtdDean Little on 30-06-2017
Goodfellow Cambridge LtdDan Bush on 29-06-2017
NOV Flexibles UKRobert Greig on 28-06-2017
Oceaneering Umbilical SolutionsWitold Polom on 27-06-2017
TC Ltd Martin Fisher on 23-06-2017
EDF Procurement HinkleyMark Williams on 22-06-2017
Promat B D LtdJason Herczeg on 21-06-2017
Druck Ltd / GE SensingParesh Vaitha on 19-06-2017
ELG Haniel Metals LtdShaun Barker on 15-06-2017
Furniss & WhiteSam Scholes on 08-06-2017