Big Chamber Offers Coating Analysis for Larger Samples

Oxford Instruments expands its coating thickness product line to include the MAXXI 5, an instrument designed to measure coating thickness requiring high precision and versatility from X-Ray fluorescence (XRF).

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Oxford Instruments expands its coating thickness product line to include the MAXXI 5, an instrument designed to measure coating thickness requiring high precision and versatility from X-Ray fluorescence (XRF).

The instrument provides 100 percent non-destructive testing of solids and liquids and is highly-configurable, making it suitable to meet almost every specific XRF application need for process control within general metal finishing, plating, anodizing and electronics across a wide range of industries including high reliability electronics, aerospace and automotive. 

The choice of higher-end detectors and one to four collimators enable precise customization of the instrument. This is based on performance need and ensures that critical and challenging coating processes are controlled to specification. It has a large chamber size, making it ideal for the coating thickness analysis of larger samples ranging from brake drums, pistons, tools, faucets, knobs, plumbing fixtures, electronic components, fasteners and jewelry, the company says.

Additionally, the MAXXI 5 is capable of analyzing a wide-range of elements within the quality control process for electronics, jewelry, metalworking, RoHS and general metal finishing.