Malvern Panalytical Scientific Award 2023

Our 2023 Scientific Award is now open – and there’s a €5,000 prize for the best entry.
Entries close August 31st – you’ve still got time!

About Us

Our expert team draws on more than 20 years of experience in the development, sales and support of sophisticated analytical instrumentation for commercial and scientific purposes.

Working with XRF, NIR, LIBS, Hyperspectral and FTIR technologies, and with experience in the development of analytical solutions, PAS has an intimate knowledge of the specific product to suit what you need to do.

We get real satisfaction out of finding the precise solution for your specific application which may be quite different to that of another user of the same product, in the same industry. There is no one-size-fits-all answer in this constantly-changing market so you need to be dealing with the best.

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The PAS team constantly seeks out the best solutions and innovative technologies to meet the diverse needs of our loyal customers throughout Australia and New Zealand. 

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Established in 2009, Portable Analytical Solutions delivers comprehensive knowledge and support across an extensive range of instruments and applications.

  • User Training
  • Compliance Standards
  • Rental Options
  • Factory Support
  • Multi-technology Solutions
  • Applications in Precious Metals, Industry, Mining, Exploration, Defense, Environment, Consumer, Medical and Research sectors. 
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Elemental Assay in Mining Explained

Working out the volume and quality of deposits is one of the biggest challenges prospectors and mine operators need to overcome. Assay techniques can help with this, allowing the concentration of valuable minerals and metals to be calculated. 

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Finding Buried Treasure: The Stages of Mineral Exploration Explained

The Australian landscape is renowned for being mineral rich and mining operations here have the potential to be quite lucrative. However, the country is also extremely vast, making it difficult to identify deposits, particularly of the scale required to make mining economically viable. That’s why experienced prospectors maximise their chances of success by working through several structured stages of mineral exploration.

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