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10/1/2015

Fischer Technology Inc.’s X-Ray Fluorescence Instrument Measures Coating Thickness

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The instrument is often used for measurements on large coated parts.

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Fischer Technology Inc.’s handheld X-ray fluorescence instrument measures coating thickness and material analysis. The instrument is often used for measurements on large coated parts, difficult to reach areas, mobile measurements in electroplating shops, measurement of precious metals and for determining the composition of electroplating baths. The fundamental parameter method enables the analysis of solid and liquid specimens as well as coating systems without calibration.

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