MEM-C has developed a unique high-resolution x-ray emission spectrometer for studying phosphorus-rich, air-sensitive materials. Building upon Seidler's pioneering instrument-development work, a collaboration with local start-up company easyXAFS, and MEM-Seed funding, the MEM-C "phosphortron" is based on a dispersive refocusing Rowland geometry and consists of two parallel spectrometers that simultaneously capture core-to-core Ka and valence-to-core Kb x-ray fluorescence. It is housed within a temperature-regulated double glovebox in the MEM-C Shared Facilities space. The phosphortron allows automated, unattended measurement of up to 15 samples following a single round of sample mounting. Partnership with easyXAFS aided instrument development through sharing of control software. easyXAFS also benefited from MEM-C student training by hiring a recent MEM-C PhD graduate into a full-time position. This instrument offers users a unique and powerful probe for characterizing P-rich materials.