Elemental Measurement

em1Elemental Analysis using

Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF)

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry provides an accurate and high precision quantitative for determination of ‘total’

‘total’ inorganic elements in solid samples such as soils, sediments, mining ores, dusts, consumer products (including paint, plastics, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, electronic components and toys), metals and alloys (including jewellery). 

  NMIM offers a comprehensive suite of analysis from Sodium (Na) to Uranium (U) with sensitivity from <1 ppm up to 100 % by utilization of EDXRF.

em2NUMBER OF ELEMENT
Trend of elemental analysis techniques

em3Purity Assessment of Precious  Metal

EDXRF is an alternative method for analysis of precious metals.  It is a nondestructive technique and therefore used for applications where there is a need to maintain the  integrity of a sample. 

 

em4Analysis of Hazardous Substances and Products for WEEE/RoHS Compliance by EDXRF

EDXRF has emerged as the primary method for screening products for Restriction of Hazardous Substances and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS/WEEE) compliance. 

NMIM Info

NMIM plays an important role in disseminating the traceability of measurement to the whole country based on the International System of Units. Just like other world standard laboratories, NMIM has great responsibility in ensuring the national metrology infrastructures meet and comply with the global measurement standards.

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43900 Sepang
Selangor Darul Ehsan

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