Regolith

Imaging the rock-atmosphere interface for landscape evolution studies

Regolith is studied by geoscientists for clues to how the atmosphere has interacted with solid rock at the Earth's surface over geological time.  Automated mineralogy provides a micron-scale view of this material, which includes soil, dust and other residual deposits such as calcretes, silcretes, ferricretes and commercially important variants (laterites and bauxites).

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Automated Mineralogy and Petrography Brochure

Automated Mineralogy & Petrography is a technology solution that images rocks. It provides valuable information on which minerals are present in a sample (mineralogy) and how they occur spatially (microtexture). Measurements are performed ultrafast and unattended (automated) to allow high sample throughput.

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Products for Regolith

QEMSCAN 650 SEM for Minerals & MInining
A laboratory-based, automated petrography analyzer, initially developed for the mining industry, the FEI QEMSCAN 650 SEM serves mineralogy petrology and metallurgy use cases in a wide range of natural resources industries, including mining, oil and gas, and geoscience institutes.
QEMSCAN 650F SEM for Minerals & MInining
A laboratory-based, automated petrography analyzer, initially developed for the mining industry, the FEI QEMSCAN 650F SEM serves mineralogy petrology and metallurgy use cases in a wide range of natural resources industries, including mining, oil and gas, and geoscience institutes.
MLA 650 SEM for Minerals & MInining
A laboratory-based, automated petrography analyzer, the FEI MLA 650 scanning electron microscope (SEM) was initially developed for the mining industry. It serves mineralogy, petrology and metallurgy use cases in a range of natural resources industries, including mining and geoscience institutes.

MLA 650F SEM for Minerals & MInining
A high-speed automated mineralogy analyzer widely used in the mining industry to optimize the performance of mineral processing operations, the FEI MLA 650F scanning electron microscope (SEM) reduces sample analysis turnaround time from days to hours, when compared to traditional automated mineralogy analyzers. This allows operators to increase metal recovery by responding faster and more frequently to changes in feed and waste stream mineralogy.

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