Excillum is now expanding its product portfolio by launching another X-ray microfocus source product featuring its patented and unique liquid-metal-jet technology. The new MetalJet C2 will complement the existing product range by offering an entry-level alternative, enabling more users to benefit from the MetalJet technology and its capacity.
“By expanding our portfolio with the MetalJet C2, we are able to reach a broader group of users. Our intent is for this new product to constitute an affordable alternative to users requiring a microfocus X-ray source with features and performance beyond a conventional solid anode X-ray source, yet not the full performance of the MetalJet D2+ family, with the future option to upgrade to MetalJet D2+ performance. The aim for Excillum to become the preferred supplier when choosing an X-ray source is further strengthened by MetalJet C2, which nicely complements our current offer”, says Björn Hansson, CEO of Excillum.
The MetalJet C2 is built on similar technology as the more advanced MetalJet D2+. The two models are compatible so that the user may upgrade their MetalJet C2 unit to become a MetalJet D2+ at a later stage. MetalJet C2 is available to order with regular lead times and pre-orders have already been delivered.
For further information:
Susanne Segeblad, Marketing Communications Manager
+46 70 3555462
Excillum AB is a leading company in the field of high-end, microfocus and nanofocus X-ray sources. Excillum was founded in 2007 by a group of researchers from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. Excillum designs, develops and manufactures high-brightness, microfocus X-ray sources based on MetalJet technology as well as extreme resolution nanofocus X-ray sources based on advanced electron beam technologies and diamond transmission anodes. With the unique patented MetalJet technology unprecedented X-ray intensities can be achieved. The second generation MetalJet X-ray sources are now available for a wide range of applications ranging from scientific to production control in areas such as diffraction/scattering (XRD, SAXS), Spectroscopy (XRF, XPS), Imaging (NDT, CT, XRM, phase contrast) etc. Excillum has reached a strong market position and is now in an expansive phase.
Published: May 18, 2018