Learn more about correctly identifying materials to prevent manufacturing errors. Control quality using KT-100 handheld LIBS.
Rigaku’s Jen Lynch introduces handheld LIBS technology for rapid metals identification and metals quality assurance to the readers of Quality Digest in the January 2017 issue.
Read the latest article about the new generation of handheld metal alloy analyzers – KT-100 handheld LIBS on the Global Recycling website.
New article posted on the Modern Machine Shop website discusses KT-100 handheld LIBS durability testing, making it the only MIL STD 810G certified handheld alloy analyzer fit for use in harsh conditions.
Copper Worldwide article discusses the latest technology for rapid copper identification, KT-100 Katana handheld LIBS.
Firehouse.com features video of Chief Brunette of Sioux Falls Fire discussing the benefits of Progeny ResQ handheld Raman for rapid chemical identification.
Article in the Food Navigator highlights a study on trends in counterfeit stevia and rapid identification using Progeny handheld Raman. Rigaku Analytical’s Application Scientist, Dr. Vali Ciobota, co-authored the study.Study: Counterfeit stevia on the rise but spectroscopy could be the solution
IPI Technology article: Dr. Suzanne Schreyer, Rigaku Analytical Devices Senior Applications Scientist, discusses compliance with new and existing pharmaceutical raw material identification regulations using Progeny handheld Raman.
Bree Allen discusses advantages of 1064nm laser technology used in Progeny ResQ handheld Raman chemical threat identification system in June 2016 article in CBNW.
Article in Battlespace News: Interview with Arve Lukander, Europe & Africa Sales Manager, discussing multiple threat identification using Progeny ResQ 1064nm handheld Raman.
This interview highlights Rigaku Analytical Devices’ contributions to the aluminum sorting industry using KT-100 handheld LIBS.
Article published in Safety & Security International. Interview with Bree Allen, President, on the benefits of Progeny ResQ handheld Raman analyzer for chemical threat identification.
Manufacturing News article discusses Katana handheld alloy analyzer utilizing laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy – LIBS capabilities for accurate and rapid scrap metal identification.
Ed Geraghty, Rigaku Analytical Devices’ Application Scientist, discusses the demand for rapid at-scene detection of narcotics and Progeny ResQ 1064nm handheld Raman’s superior identification capabilities.
David Mercuro, VP and General Manager discusses the new trend in light element identification, handheld LIBS and the capabilities of KT-100 Katana
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing online article. Dr Claire Dentinger discusses RMID quality control with handheld Raman.
Recycling Today – Metal Recycling Supplement . Dave Mercuro discusses Katana handheld LIBS’ sorting advantage for scrap metal recycling.
Law Enforcement Technology features an article about the benefits of 1064nm handheld Raman for the detection and identification of unknown suspicious substances.
David Mercuro discusses Rigaku’s KT-100 Katana handheld LIBS solution for accurate durable alloy identification.
The Wilmington Crier reports on Progeny ResQ handheld Raman, the newest generation chemical identification system for rapid detection of threats.