WHAT IS FUSION?
Fusion is a technique used to prepare inorganic samples, with a view to analyze them by x-ray fluorescence (XRF), inductively coupled plasma (ICP), atomic absorption (AA) or any traditional wet chemistry method. Typical samples include: cements, ores, slag, sediments, soils, rocks, ceramics, pigments, glasses and even metals. A fusion can produce either a small, homogenous glass disk (or “bead”) for XRF, or an acid solution for other analytical methods.
THE KATANAX DIFFERENCE
Our fluxers combine exceptional fusion accuracy with all the advantages of electric power combined with speed, simplicity and a robust design for the most demanding labs. Our technology has many advantages over other sample preparation methods.