Remarking and Resurfacing

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is a nondestructive analysis technique that uses a concentrated beam of X-ray to determine the amount and type of elements in a device or material. Our team utilizes the EDX1800B X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer is specifically designed for RoHS analysis and quality control.

Our manufacturer customers are seeking compliance with RoHS / WEEE directive can quickly and non-destructively screen their products for Hazardous substances and ensure the safety of their products.

System Features:

Specifically developed for RoHS testing: Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Cadmium (Cd), Hexavalent Chromium and other hazardous elements

  • Automatic collimators and filters
  • Built-in SNE (Signal to Noise Enhancer)
  • Intelligent RoHS analytical software
  • Optional Plating-thickness analysis software
  • Optional Plating-thickness analysis software
  • Variable non-linear regression
  • Application Fields
  • RoHS and Thickness measurement of metal plating
  • Manufacturers who need to comply with RoHS Directive

Rapid Quote

It is important to establish that components are compositional as represented. Material analysis with pinpoint accuracy has the capability to ensure that the product that is identified and marked as RoHs compliant is in fact as it is represented. XRF is a proven solution to meet compliance regulations and is also a step in the anti-counterfeit mitigation process to verify suspect components.

Parts can be tested to assure they meet the manufacturer’s specifications or that they meet RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) compliance. We are able to verify that the manufacturer meets the parts RoHs stated compliance and we have the capability to print out a report showing the results along with a spectrum table. Our machine pinpoints to the area to be tested allowing us to test only the lead material makeup if requested.