Stainless Steel Analysis with the Niton XL2 Handheld XRF Analyzer

Jon Shein from Thermo Fisher Scientific runs a demonstration, showing how quickly the Niton XL2 handheld XRF analyzer can be used to determine the composition of stainless steel samples.

In this case the the stainless steel impeller was found to be made of 2 different grades of stainless steel, which was completely inappropriate for its intended application.

Run time - 2:14 min

Stainless Steel Analysis with a Thermo Fisher Handheld XRF

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