X-ray analyses to ensure material strength and durability

Construction materials need to be strong, durable, cost-effective, and sustainable. These requirements demand detailed control of material characteristics. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy is often used to monitor the elemental composition of raw, intermediate, and final products and optimize the production process, while X-ray diffraction (XRD) contributes to the mineralogical phase identification and quantification at various stages of research development, and production.


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XRF and XRD analyses ensure a precise understanding of raw materials and finished products, maintaining quality control and compliance with international standards in cement production. We offer benchtop, floor-standing, automated options, and solution packages tailored to your process.

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Elemental analysis by XRF and mineralogical phase analysis by XRD play a crucial role in developing asphalt materials and quality control. The analysis results aid in formulating asphalt mixes that meet performance requirements for the overall durability of road surfaces.

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