Bowman's L-Series XRF Produces Three Times Conventional Photon Counts
Bowman’s L-Series XRF (X-ray Fluorescence) is a plating thickness measurement system with a fully enclosed chamber that accommodates samples up to 22″ × 24″ × 13″. A variable focus camera enables quick measurement of recessed areas. The close proximity of its X-ray tube to its PIN detector produces more than three times the photon counts of conventional XRFs in a shorter time, the company says. Bowman manufactures seven XRFs, each made for specific part sizes and throughput, all made in the U.S.