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Here’s 10 things you might not know about the handheld Vulcan laser analyser

As Hitachi High-Tech’s handheld laser analyser, Vulcan, celebrates its…

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Scrap yards – pushing handheld analysers to the limit

Scrap yards are one of the toughest and most challenging environments for…

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X-MET Case Study, SPP Pumps, rapid quality assurance

How the X-MET helps increase and maintain product quality: rapid, on-site…

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Using XRF to ensure food safety

The giants in the food and beverage industry are using handheld X-ray fluorescence…

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What is Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)?

Our Product Manager and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) expert,…

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Webinar: Why handheld LIBS is a popular QA/QC method for real-time elemental analysis

While Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) technology has been available…

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Vulcan case study, future proofing a scrap yard

As a start-up scrap yard, Romuta wanted to build an advanced, digitalised…

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Six reasons to get excited about the new LAB-X5000 benchtop XRF

With handheld devices making it easier to analyse samples on the move,…

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Measuring carbon in steel – absolute reliability matters

The incorrect analysis of the carbon content in steel can lead to a multitude…

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An urgent and ongoing need to test steel punches for the pharma industry

Nottingham-based I Holland supplies steel dies and punches to the pharmaceutical…

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