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Future-Proof Solutions for Elemental Compliance Screening Using XRF

original air Date: Tue, december 3, 2019

Duration:45 minutes


Regulations restricting the use of hazardous substances in manufacturing are proliferating worldwide. Their aim: reducing the health and environmental impacts of certain harmful materials in consumer goods and other products. Different standards apply in different countries, affecting products from electrical and electronic components to toys, food contact material, and others. Additional challenges include the detection of non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) and the need to test for critical raw materials (CRMs) for example in electronics.

Fortunately, analytical technology has kept pace with regulatory demands. Analyzers employing X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry have evolved excellent capabilities for rapid screening. This webinar will give an update on the requirements and show the potential of modern XRF instrumentation.


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Dirk Wissmann

Dirk Wissmann is the Product Manager for XRF instruments at SPECTRO Analytical Instruments and is responsible for the strategic development of the complete product line, including application development and product support. Dirk’s experience in spectroscopy began with his graduate work in physics at the University of Siegen. There he worked with Fourier-transform spectrometry in the UV-Vis spectral range in combination with inductively-coupled plasma. Dirk moved to SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH in 1990 with assignments in quality control, training, application development, and marketing.
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