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INDUSTRY NEWS Continued from page 4


UKLA President’s Report


So it is incumbent on suppliers, marketers and manufacturers in our industry to ensure that the information they provide is “legal, decent, honest and truthful”, as the Advertising Standards Agency’s mantra has it, in order to maintain the all-important confidence in the market and in its quality standards for customers and end-consumers.


That is why the UK Lubricants Association will continue to promote standards and fair competition in the UK lubricants market, and will also continue to support


its Verification of Lubricant Specifications (VLS) entity in investigating cases brought to it of potentially inaccurate or unsubstantiated performance claims for finished lubricants or for raw materials (whether base oils or additives) which are offered in the market.


By doing so, the UKLA and VLS will continue to encourage and promote healthy and fair competition in the UK lubricants market, and help to maintain the confidence of our customers and end-consumers for all concerned.


David Hopkinson, UKLA President


Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Expand the LAB-X5000 Analysers’ Capabilities for The Minerals, Cement and Lubrication Oil Markets With Even Greater Performance


Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Corporation (Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science), a Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation (TSE: 8036) wholly owned subsidiary engaged in the manufacture and sales of analysis and measuring instruments, today expands the analytical capabilities of the established LAB-X5000 XRF elemental analyser to include a new helium purge option for the more demanding applications in the minerals, cement and lube oil blending industries.


The Hitachi Hitch-Tech benchtop XRF elemental analysis range has successfully helped thousands of businesses around the world test a range of materials in the petroleum, paper, chemicals, minerals and cement sectors for over 40 years.


An integral part of quality and process control routines, the LAB-X5000 helps ensure raw materials and finished products meet their required specifications. The new low-consumption helium purge option provides greater flexibility and enhanced sensitivity for more challenging analyses, such as measuring low levels of magnesium in lube oil. Additionally, with this new option, the LAB-X complies with ASTM D7751 (Standard Test Method for Determination of Additive Elements in Lubricating Oils by EDXRF Analysis) and is the perfect quality and process control tool in cement plants for raw materials, clinker and finished cement. When helium


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Christelle PETIOT, Hitachi Product Business Development Manager, said: “By adding a new helium purge option, the LAB-X5000’s analytical capabilities make it the very best in its class, delivering superior performance across a wide range of applications. By combining ruggedness, simplicity and outstanding analytical capability, the LAB-X is the perfect tool in a laboratory or next to the production line for quality control for every shift, every test, every time.”


LINK


https://hha.hitachi-hightech.com/en/ campaigns/lab-x5000-benchtop-xrf


is not needed, the LAB-X automatically corrects the effect of atmospheric variations on X-ray results, ensuring repeatable results whatever the conditions.


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