The smallest and lightest handheld XRF analyzer available, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Niton XL5 Plus enables manufacturing professionals to make informed decisions that impact workplace safety while improving productivity and mitigating user fatigue.
Smaller and lighter than other laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analyzers, Rigaku Analytical Devices’ KT-100S identifies difficult materials including low-alloy steels, stainless steels, high-temperature alloys and lithium.
The Vanta Element from Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas provides the same fast material- and alloy-grade identification as the line’s other models in a rugged, cost-effective package. The 2.9-lb X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer works in temperatures ranging from 14 degrees F to 113 degrees F (-10 degrees C to 45 degrees C).
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‘One-Button’ Advanced Rockwell Hardness Tester
Buehler’s Wilson RH2150 is easy to program and offers an intuitive software interface with Buehler’s DiaMet hardness testing software. Use the external footswitch with the actuator-mounted clamping device to clamp and activate either manual or automatic start, as well as to release manually or automatically after test.
Smart Visual Inspection Technology Meets Metrology Products
A new Mitutoyo-Kitov agreement will lead to the integration of Kitov technologies in Mituoyo’s metrology solutions. Look for future development of more solutions to come from the new partners as they combine Mitutoyo’s measurement technologies with Kitov’s planning and inspection technologies.