Webinar: How XRF Can Help Grow a Finishing Business
Products Finishing and Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science will discuss ways in which X-ray fluorescence (XRF) can help finishing companies grow their businesses in a free webinar scheduled for 2 p.m. (ET) on November 1.
According to the company, attendees will learn about new and emerging markets within the coatings industry, and get help deciding which markets/applications a business should be targeting for growth.
“We’ll showcase new applications and demonstrate how by incorporating an XRF coatings analyzer into your program can help you to profit,” says Matt Kreiner, product business development manager. He says the presentation also will cover choosing the right analyzer configuration.
- Learn about different markets in today's metal finishing industry, including areas for growth..
- Get information on how to use XRF for a particular application.
- Find out how to chose the right XRF detector configuration for a specific operation.
As product business development manager, Kreiner focuses on Hitachi’s coatings customers globally and across numerous industries to find new solutions to the challenges they face every day in their work environments. He has more tha 15 years’ experience working with XRF technology, having started his career as an applications engineer, and has held many different roles within Hitachi. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Northwestern University.
To register for the webinar, visit short.pfonline.com/Hitachi111.
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