The XL5 impresses at RWM 2017
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Niton instruments performed extremely well this week at the RWM exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham. Sandwiched between huge shiny skip lorries and sophisticated software solutions, Niton's Laser and XRF instruments attracted plenty of interest. Many people from scrap dealers to chemistry professors appreciated the finer features of the instruments. The newest XRF instrument, the XL5, gives faster more accurate results for a wider range of elements, while the PolyMax solves the problem of sorting light coloured plastics from black coloured plastics.
We also enjoyed basking in the praise lavished on our service team.
Look out for us at the Advanced Engineering exhibition at the NEC in November.