Field successes and testimonials keep rolling in for the Z-300.
Meet the Z-300 – the world’s only handheld that analyzes lithium in soils, ores and brines.
The Z also measures other low atomic number elements that X-ray can’t, including Be, B, C, F, Na, plus the many transition and heavy metals that X-ray also measures. The Z uses the technique of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). LIBS is an optical technique and is therefore very sensitive to the low atomic number elements. No X-rays means no travel restrictions or licensing headaches. There are now dozens of Z-300 analyzers being used globally for lithium exploration projects. If you need to measure lithium or other low atomic elements in the field, the Z-300 is your solution.
Nico Scholtz, Tantalex Resources Exploration project in Democratic Republic of Congo
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