Spectro’s X-Ray Fluorescence Instruments Designed for Coat-Weight Measurement

X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy is engineered for coat-weight analysis and can be performed with a variety of instruments.

Spectro’s portable energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence instruments are designed to provide performance comparable to laboratory-based systems and offer the flexibility for transport to various process points for steel or aluminum sheet applications. X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy is engineered for coat-weight analysis and can be performed with a variety of instruments, ranging from handheld systems to laboratory-based wavelength-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy instruments. The company says this instrument provides reliable coat-weight measurements for a wide range of coating materials, including iron, zinc, manganese phosphate, zirconium, chromium and titanium. 

For more information, visit spectro.com.

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