Calibration Standards for FISCHERSCOPE® X-RAY Measuring Systems (XRF)
Calibration standards (often also described as reference normals, standards or reference material) are necessary in order to trace the measurement results on accredited material measures of the units mass and length.
We will be happy to help you in choosing suitable calibration standards for your measurement tasks!
All FISCHERSCOPE® XRF measuring systems perform precise measurement results, even without calibration, due to the integrated fundamental parameter method. If the traceability of measurement results is required, then calibration standards of FISCHER are the right choice.
- Traceability of the amount of Phosphorus in NiP-coatings
- On the Re-calibration of Au-Layer Master Reference Standards
- Traceability of mass per unit area and composition of ZnNi-coatings
- Recertification of master standards with Pd layers
- Recertification of Au on Pd on Ni master standard foils
- Re-check of Sn foils, self-supporting and mounted over Ni
- On the re-calibration of Ni-foil reference standards
- On the re-calibration of Rh-foil reference standards
- On the re-calibration of Pt-foil and Pt/Si Reference Standards
- Primary reference standards for precious metal analysis (gold alloys)
- Recertification of Zn and Zn/Fe secondary (“master”) reference standards
- Re-calibration and characterization of Ti secondary reference standards
- Characterization of Cr/Cu, Cr/CuSn and Cr/Fe reference materials
- Re-evaluation of Cr/Cu reference standards
- Re-evaluation of Cr/Fe reference standards
- Re-calibration of self-supporting Cr foils with Cr/Fe reference standards
- Characterization of Cr/Ni reference material
- Characterization of Cu primary and secondary reference materials
- Characterization of Cd primary and secondary reference materials