The Arex S is the first desktop X-Ray diffractometer designed for the fast, accurate and easy determination of Retained Austenite in compliance with ASTM E 975-03 Standard practice for x-ray determination of Retained Austenite in steel with near random crystallographic orientation.
X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) is considered the most accurate method available that can accurately determine retained austenite levels down to 0.5%. The integrated intensities of the austenite (220) and (311), and the ferrite (200) and (211) diffraction peaks are measured on the AREX diffractometer. The use of multiple diffraction peaks minimizes the effects of preferred orientation and allows interference from carbides to be detected
AreX D Features
- Power 50 W
- Air Cooled X-Ray Tube
- Micro Focus Mo Anode X-Ray Source
- Zr Filter
- Angular Range 21.5° - 44.5° 2Theta
- Linear Silicon Strip Detector (Dectris Mythen 1D 450)
- Video Camera for easy and precise sample alignment
- Door interlock switch, thick steel frame and lead shield for x-ray safety protection
- X ray safety compliant with ANSI N43.3-1993
- Power Supply: 110/220 V 50/60 Hz
- Dimension: 490w x 550d x 360h mm
- Sample Holder Dimension: 200w x 150d x 70h mm
- Weight: 37 kg
Quantitative determination of retained austenite content in heat-treated steels by x-ray diffraction has provided a reliable mean of controlling properties and ensuring quality.
X-Ray Diffraction is considered the most accurate method of determining the amount of retained austenite in steels.
Using "ASTM E 975-03 Standard Practice for X-ray Determination of Retained Austenite inSteel with Near Random Crystallographic Orientation" along with the AreX D, Desktop Retained Austenite issues can be easily monitored and controlled.
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