Niton UK has recently delivered a Niton™ DXL XRF countertop analyser to a charity that sits very close to their hearts. The charity funds over £100 million of research each year into all heart and circulatory diseases.
Did you spot our Niton XL3 XRF Analyser on BBC’s The One Show? The XL3's cutting edge technology was used by Alice Tate-Harte from English Heritage to identify which elements were present in a 500 year old painting.
The Imperial War Museum Duxford has been using a Niton handheld X-Ray fluorescence analyser while restoring an iconic V-bomber which saw service at the height of the cold war. Aerospace Manufacturing finds out more.