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11/6/2015

Fischer’s X-Ray Flourescence Instrument Analyzes Coating Systems

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This instrument enables analysis of solid and liquid specimens as well as coating systems without calibration.

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Fischer Technology Inc.’s handheld X-ray fluorescence instrument is a modern silicon detector that enables analysis of solid and liquid specimens as well as coating systems without calibration. The company says the instrument is typically used with measurements on large coated parts, like machine components and housings, difficult to reach areas, mobile measurements in electroplating shops, mobile measurements of precious metals and determination of the composition of electroplating baths.

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