For Analysis of Small Contaminants and Defect Analysis in Small Regions
Minimum 0.3 mm X-Ray Irradiation Diameter Effective for the Analysis of Small Contaminants and Small Regions
- Minimum 0.3 mm X-Ray Irradiation Diameter
The excitation X-rays can be collimated to 0.3 mm in diameter, which is effective for the high-accuracy analysis of small contaminants and for defect analysis in small regions, analyses difficult with standard specifications (minimum 1 mm in diameter).
- Enlarged Sample Images without Image Quality Degradation
This system supports smaller samples, which heightens the visibility of sample observation images. Users can switch to an enlarged image approximately 2.5 times larger than a previous image, without image quality degradation.
- Automatic Four-Stage Switching Between 0.3, 1, 3, and 10 mm in Diameter
The irradiation diameter automatically switches between 0.3, 1, 3, and 10 mm in diameter. This system supports not only the analysis of small spots but also macro composition analysis at 10 mm in diameter.
Note: The irradiation diameter is the size on the sample surface.
Small Metal Powder (Approx. 0.1 mm in Diameter) Adhered to the Surface of Snacks
By using an irradiation diameter of 0.3 mm, more accurate analyses can be performed, even for small contaminants on substance such as organic materials that strongly scatter X-rays.
Also Capable of Film Thickness Measurements for Small Spots of Plating
EDX-FTIR Contaminant Finder/Material Inspector EDXIR-Analysis
Provides Strong Support for Contaminant Identification Analysis
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