Alloy Analysis using the Niton XL2 800
Whether the need is quality control, sorting of scrap material, or even failure analysis, verification of metal alloy grade and composition is crucial to the success of many businesses. The Niton XL2 800 series provides a variety of rugged solutions for the most demanding alloy analysis needs.
Postive Metal Identification
Positive Material Identification or PMI, is an integral part of process safety management in the petroleum refining and petrochemical industries.
In response to a series of accidents resulting from material mix-ups, many companies have instituted stringent PMI programs. Industry organizations have also worked to develop guidelines to assure that the nominal compositions of all alloy components in a process system are consistent with design specifications.
Since their introduction in 1998, NITON analysers have become the industry choice for PMI. A combination of performance, portability, ease of use, and unparalleled attention to customer needs has made NITON the number one supplier of PMI instrumentation. This attention to customer needs was the driving force behind the design of these new instruments.
The XL3t is ideally suited to the testing of fillet welds and small components. This instrument was specifically designed to accommodate the rigorous demands of in-service PMI testing of components in excess of 800° F (430° C). NITON’s new XL2 Series analysers provide unsurpassed value in price, performance, durability, ease-of-use and routine maintenance costs.