Bruker AXS, a division of the Bruker Corporation (BRKR), is a global market and technology leader in materials research, life science and quality control instrumentation for structural and elemental analysis.
The solutions cover bulk material and surface sensitive X-ray diffraction, biological and chemical crystallography, wavelength and energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis, X-ray micro-computed tomography, optical emission spectroscopy, and combustion analysis.
Bruker AXS systems emphasize modularity and flexibility. We offer the widest available variety of sources, optics, sample environments and detectors, along with expert advice on configuring the optimal system. Entry-level system can be reconfigured or upgraded to meet changing requirements.
Our solutions are easy to operate using TouchControl and one-button automation. We build robust and compact instruments for harsh environments. Professional training and worldwide service is in place to support our customers.
The S6 JAGUAR offers more analytical power with typically more than 50% reduced measurement times than any other compact WDXRF instrument, featuring its new compact WDXRF goniometer, closely coupled optics, and 400 W direct excitation power. Based on the brand new HighSense XE detector with its ultimate linear range of more than two Million cps, it delivers excellent accuracy and precision for quality control in industrial labs.
The S2 POLAR is the Energy-Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometer for the petrochemical industry The S2 POLAR masters all requirements for S analysis from diesel to crude oils. This also includes continuous process control of higher sulfur levels in refineries as well as norm-compliant Ultra-Low Sulfur (ULS) analysis of final products. The S2 POLAR complies with the international S norms such as ASTM D7220, D4294, and ISO 13032.
The G4 ICARUS Series 2 is equipped with HighSenseTM LED-powered detectors based on Non-Dispersive UV (NDUV) absorption photometry for sulfur detection delivering a ten times better signal-to-noise ratio and a linear dynamic range of five orders of magnitude with no spectral or thermal interference.