Live Webinar

Handheld Metals Analysis in Seconds

Advances in Handheld XRF Spectrometers Offer Superior Analysis Performance and Speed

Wednesday, January 31
2:00 p.m. EST
Duration: approximately 1 hour

New metal alloys enter the marketplace continually, as they’re developed to improve material performance across diverse industry applications. Some alloys are simple to test with a good handheld analyzer; some are not, requiring alternative technologies and instruments. If you’re unsure about whether you’re satisfying your metals analysis requirements — or you just want to learn more about how new technologies make handheld XRF analysis fast, accurate, and easy — this webinar is for you!

Handheld XRF Applications

Discover how easy it is to test metals for the following tasks — in seconds:

  • Incoming/outgoing inspection
  • Material testing
  • Positive material identification (PMI)
  • Aluminum alloy sorting
  • Alloy weldability
  • Weld seam analysis
  • RoHS compliance

Anyone responsible for metals testing or analysis in these areas should regard this as a can’t-miss presentation! SPECTRO experts will discuss handheld XRF technology, explain why it’s used, and perform a live demonstration. You’ll see just how simple and powerful these units could be at your facility, in the hands of your operators.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Review basic principles of handheld XRF technology
  • Learn how the technology can improve efficiency — and profits
  • Review new advances in design and technology that boost performance
  • See, first-hand, a live demo of a handheld XRF analyzer’s speed and ease of operation
  • Get answers to your specific technical questions

Who Should Attend

  • Plant managers
  • Quality control/quality assurance managers
  • Lab managers/supervisors
  • Project leaders
  • Inspection managers

Expert Speaker

Mike DeLeonMichael DeLeon, Ph.D., SPECTRO: As North American Application Department Manager for the spark optical emission instrument lines, as well as Applications Scientist for the X-ray fluorescence (XRF) product line, Dr. DeLeon works closely with field representatives and SPECTRO product development to provide the ideal analytical solution for each customer. He also participates in ASTM committees to advance crucial international standards and specifications — helping to shape the future for the diverse industries SPECTRO serves.

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