MIRRORCLE is recommended for customers with the following needs:
Microtron is recommended for
customers with the following needs:
We would like to know the residual stress in metals.
▶ Residual stress can be measured up to a depth of 4mm for steel.
We would like to perform CT imaging quickly with submicron-level resolution.
▶ Submicron resolution is possible.
We would like to perform a XAFS analysis without waiting in line for a synchrotron facility.
▶ At Photon Production Laboratory, we gladly accept commissioned XAFS analysis at all times.
We are looking for a facility that can perform terahertz infrared spectroscopy.
▶ MIRRORCLE-6FIR is the only commercial device that can perform terahertz infrared spectroscopy of water.
We would like to measure membrane thicknesses and particle sizes of the order of nanometers.
▶ You can obtain from nano to micro meter-order information using small-angle X-ray scattering.
We would like to implement a comprehensive beam line for sophisticated X-ray analysis.
▶ At PPL, we can design, manufacture, and manage an X-ray analysis beam line using MIRRORCLE as the light source, including shielding walls.
We would like to know the density distribution of a range of elements from light metals to heavy metals.
▶ Our device can vividly distinguish even the slightest density difference (0.4 g/cm3) between copper and brass.
We would like to inspect large metal components using X-ray CT.
▶ You can take X-ray CT images with a 50cm-wide angle and 0.3 mm high resolution.
We want to inspect a concrete structure nondestructively.
▶ MICROTRON is the only device that can inspect 60cm-thick concrete; besides, it is portable and suited for outdoor analysis.
We are looking for a device that can perform electron beam disinfection.
▶ While its compact size, MICROTRON generates a powerful electron beam and is suitable for electron beam disinfection.
We would like to implement an in-house commercial-grade X-ray CT facility.
▶ At PPL, we can propose, manufacture, and manage a customized X-ray CT system using Microtron as the light source
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