New approaches for testing meat are being developed at the Institute of Food Research (IFR) that use molecular spectroscopic techniques, principally nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), to analyse the fatty acid composition of food samples.
David Willetts, Minister for Universities and Science visits Oxford Instruments, global leader in the supply of nanotools to research and industry.
Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis announced today a new technical application report now available for Ag on PTZ ceramic compliant with the ISO3497 and ASTM B568 standard by using the X-Strata920 X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) benchtop analyzer.
Oxford Instruments has configured a new high performance, cost-effective X-Strata980.
The Oxford Instruments’ complimentary online webinars are geared toward providing effective learning and solutions for even the toughest industrial analysis applications and most complex technical dilemmas across a broad range of industries.
Oxford Instruments, one of the world’s leading NMR specialists, has launched Pulsar - an affordable benchtop, cryogen-free NMR analyser that offers convenience without the special requirements associated with superconducting magnets.
Oxford Instruments offers complimentary online webinars that provide effective solutions for even your toughest industrial analysis applications: http://www.oxford-instruments.com/webinars
The new integrated camera allows Oxford Instruments’ X-MET7000 users to accurately position the portable analyser on the samples, store images for future reference and include them in the analysis reports. Available for the X-MET7000 eXpress and X-MET7500
Oxford Instruments’ new mobile spectrometer PMI-MASTER Compact is ideal for inspections, quality control and safety procedures.
Oxford Instruments is proud to launch a new, faster handheld XRF analyser for high performance measurement. The NEW X-MET7000 eXpress delivers the high performance that is needed when measuring trace elements without compromising on time.
The Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Mr Taner Yildiz, experienced a firsthand demonstration of Oxford Instruments’ portable XRF analyser X-MET7000.
Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis announced a new agreement with NDT Products Ltd. to sell and service the handheld X-MET7000 Series XRF analyzers within Canada.
Oxford Instruments handheld XRF analysers support recyclers of automotive catalytic converters to determine precious metals fast and accurately whilst ensuring environmental compliance.
A large global multinational leader in the metal refining industry chooses Oxford Instruments X-MET7000 handheld analysers to reduce costly downtime and to make decisions on the spot.
As part of the Oxford Open Doors weekend Oxford Instruments displayed its X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) analyser at the Ashmolean Museum providing visitors an opportunity to have their antiques and objects of interest analysed in front of them.
An innovative new nanomanipulator with a resolution of 10 atoms is generating interest across a wide spectrum of industries. The OmniProbe 400, Oxford Instruments’ latest tool, is optimised for accuracy and high speed.
A large global multinational company in the healthcare industry chooses Oxford Instruments handheld XRF instruments for improved quality control and RoHS compliance.
On July 27 2012, Oxford Instruments successfully held its first China Metal Analysis Forum in Jinan, Shandong Province, China. This event marked the start to a series of metal analysis forums to be held across China within the next 12 months.
Oxford Instruments’ X-MET7500 Scrap Metal Analyser is the ideal tool for reliable identification of scrap metal for on-the-spot sorting and valuation, in the most rugged conditions.
Oxford Instruments’ X-Supreme8000 complies with the new ISO test method (ISO13032) to determine low concentration of sulfur in automotive fuels
New X-Strata920 from Oxford Instruments offers rapid and reliable XRF coating thickness measurement and materials analysis, combining sleek new design with improved stability and reliability, making a truly cost effective package.
The British Museum in London recently offered its visitors an opportunity to have their antiques analysed by Oxford Instruments as part of the Museum’s Science Day on the 18th March 2012.
Oxford Instruments is proud to launch a new faster, lighter and smaller handheld XRF analyser - the X MET7000.
The new FOUNDRY-MASTER Xpert is the ideal cost-effective Optical Emission Spectrometry analyser for foundries and metal producers.
Oxford Instruments introduces the new UVTouch OES probe, an essential tool for PMI (Positive Material Identification) work at high level.
Oxford Instruments and Verichek Technical Services form new strategic business alliance for the sale of X-MET handheld XRF materials analyzers into the Scrap and PMI markets in the USA.
Oxford Instruments’ MAXI X-ray detectors will be part of the launch to the International Space Station on 13th June 2009. X-ray detectors, developed by Oxford Instruments in Finland.
The UK’s Business Superbrand programme has announced the country’s strongest B2B brands.
Oxford Instruments’ launches a powerful, new, easy-to-use EDXRF spectrometer – designed for operation by anyone!
Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce the launch of its new CMI153 and CMI250 Coating Thickness gauges developed for the Paint and Powder Coating Industry.
Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis announce the launch of the FOUNDRY-MASTER PRO, a new Optical Emission Spectrometer (OES) analyser for the metals industry.
Oxford Instruments launches a revolutionary hand-held XRF analyzer with Silicon Drift Detector